Not Just Another Grouchy Grammarian

Musings about language, books, grammar, and writing in general

Review: Man’s Search for Ultimate Meaning, by Viktor E. Frankl

I was not ready for Viktor E. Frankl’s Man’s Search for Ultimate Meaning. This is one I should have done in paperback or Kindle so that I could make notes and comments.

The book is not very long, but Frankl raises lots of questions — and this is about things I have been pondering for a long time, so I found it very interesting. In fact, I had conversations about some of the questions he raised with my wife, and two friends over the course of the day. I like books that challenge me and make me think, so this was a Very Good Thing.

I do recommend this if you are of a philosophical turn of mind, but you might want to get it in paperback, rather than as an audiobook.

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