The Secret Lives of INTJs by Anna Moss
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I admit the secrecy of it all initially captured my attention. I’m still astounded by the fact that the secrets included within are not secrets at all.
The organization also needs to be improved and some parts of the work need to be hacked for consistency. The chapter about the difference between INTJs and INTPs should be put in the appendices (because the author has another book about INTPs) because her personal recount of somebody she cannot remember the name of but can recall features is hilarious to me. -_-
More importantly, I find that a secret shared to everyone defies the very definition of secret.
I will try to come up with a more substantial review when I feel the need to do so.
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