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Reviewed in India on 25 December 2018
It takes a lot of effort to finish this book and I must admit, after 3/4th of the book, I too did skim a couple of pages. However, what I really liked about the book is how it explains with trivial experiments, how our choices are not our own, how we are governed by our biases, how the world is not as orderly as it seems to be. Biases like someone setting a base price for negotiation, our natural tendency towards risk aversion, outside versus inside view, what you see is all there is..and many others have been explained quite nicely.

What I would have liked the author to also have done though is that not only explain an example of a bias but also talk more practically on how that bias shapes our day to day lives, what we could do to avoid the same.
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