Thinking Better is a history of how shortcuts have opened our eyes to better, and faster, methodologies. It advocates for outside-the-box thinking. Unfortunately, the book doesn’t contain ways to create these shortcuts for your own problems in either life or math.
I’m disappointed and feel misled by the publisher’s blurb. However, at least you will know what you are getting going in. 2 stars.
Thanks to Basic Books, Perseus Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.