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The Question by R. Breuer Stearns Book Review

Updated on December 18, 2015

Disclaimer

I was sent a free copy of The Question by R. Breuer Stearns in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of The Question by R. Breuer Stearns.

The Question by R. Breuer Stearns

"If you could ask any one question and have it answered correctly, What question would you ask? How would you decide? Who would try and stop you from asking? To what extremes would you and they go?

Source

R. Breuer Stearns

R. Breuer Stearns is both an investor and author. R. Breuer Stearns:

  • graduated from Phillips Academy
  • Harvard University (AB)
  • University of Chicago (MBA,)
  • DePaul University College of Law (JD).
  • R. Breuer Stearns is a Founder of VestaPoint Capital LLC.
  • R. Breuer Stearns lives in Arizona with his wife, two dogs, two cats, and a horse.

Review

First off as I wrote at the top in the disclaimer: "I was sent a free copy of The Question by R. Breuer Stearns in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of The Question by R. Breuer Stearns."

When I began reading The Question by R. Breuer Stearns I expected the book to be either science or psychology based or perhaps sci-fi; instead I found a book that was told as a story. The book focuses on the main character Nate who is trying to learn about what happens during a crisis situation what determines if those involved with succeed or fail.

I found The Question by R. Breuer Stearns to be a very interesting read. I liked that book was told in story format as it gave the book a good flow to it and it made it easier to understand the concepts. At the conclusion of The Question by R. Breuer Stearns I was left wondering just how much of The Question by R. Breuer Stearns was fact and how much was fiction. I would recommend The Question by R. Breuer Stearns to those who enjoy sci-fi as it will take them deep into the wormhole that is life.

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