Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2010
DD ISBN 9780062015945 $24.99
No one likes to admit they’re wrong, but we are wrong often enough that it's worth thinking about. In this book about "wrongology," author Kathryn Schulz examines what it means to be wrong about something—to have an erroneous opinion, then to recognize it and change. It's worth considering why we are wrong and how we develop incorrect opinions because they reveal a lot about ourselves. While the book can become a bit technical, narrator Mia Barron's congenial reading keeps the material interesting. Playfully narrating the many examples, Barron makes this an enjoyable listen about an unexpected subject. K.M. © AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2010]
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