Think Like a Freak: How to Think Smarter about Almost Everything [Hardcover] £5 + £2.75 P&P @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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Think Like a Freak: How to Think Smarter about Almost Everything [Hardcover] £5 + £2.75 P&P @ amazon £7.75

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Books with words and paper and learnin' and stuff don't seem to be much of HUKD speciality, but here goes anyway. This has only been out for 2 months and has a RRP of £12.99. You'll struggle to fin… Read More
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
Books with words and paper and learnin' and stuff don't seem to be much of HUKD speciality, but here goes anyway.

This has only been out for 2 months and has a RRP of £12.99. You'll struggle to find it any cheaper than around £8 on other sites. Amazon had it at £9 until 7 days ago. Even the Kindle version is only 25p cheaper. I was going to wait for the paperback version at the end of the year (currently £8.70 on preorder!) but found they were rehashing too much of the content on their podcast and I'd prefer to read it first, and then listen.

I just pray no one thinks I'm pushing a garbage self-help book, because the title doesn't do itself any favours in that respect.

Their rational explanation of why e-mail scammers always say they're from Nigeria rather than any other country without the scamming reputation has had me thinking for days...
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travis
This has only been out for 2 months and has a RRP of £12.99

And its already down to a fiver? Must be a cracking read.
#2
Looks like an interesting title, I'll give it that much..
#3
Going by the description I think the wife may have written this better to avoid me thinks
#4
And its already down to a fiver? Must be a cracking read.

Latest in the Freakonomics franchise; if you like to have an alternative viewpoint on contemporary trends then these are fantastic (their thoughts on the decline in modern crime rates ensures a healthy debate...)

If it's not your kind of holiday reading, I'd probably understand.
#5
This is a cracking book, if you like food for thought then it's well worth a read!
#6
The Freakanomics books were amazing
Will definitely be purchasing this

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