Tuesday, January 30, 2018

From Midwest Book Review

Reviewed by
Midwest Book Review

The Sense Of Humor
Max Elliot Anderson
Elk Lake Publishing
9781942513971,  PB, 332pp, www.amazon.com

Synopsis: During these uncertain times, what people need most is a good laugh. Imagine what would happen if you understood there is an untapped force, contained within you, that has the power to totally change your life. And what if you discovered all you had to do in order to unlock this secret is simply to start using it? So it is with humor. "The Sense Of Humor: Let Humor Fast Track You to Healthier, Happier Living" is designed by Max Elliot Anderson (who has spent most of his life in the production of documentary and dramatic films, client videos, and television commercials) to demonstrate the sense that humor can make in the life of anyone who is willing to use it. Humor will deliver direct health benefits to the user. Outside of this primary benefit, humor will touch the lives of everyone around the user in positive ways for relationships, families, education, at work, in ministries, and so much more. "The Sense of Humor" cuts across social, economic, ethnic, and educational barriers. Music had been said to be a universal language. So, too, is laughter!

Critique: Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, ""The Sense Of Humor: Let Humor Fast Track You to Healthier, Happier Living" is one of those life-changing reads that will linger in the mind and memory long after the book itself has been finished and set back upon the shelf. Thoroughly 'reader friendly' in tone, content and commentary, "The Sense Of Humor" is very highly recommended for community library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections. For personal reading lists it should be noted that "The Sense Of Humor" is also available in a Kindle edition.

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