Book Review of Gray Matter

Gray Matter
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Helpful Score: 3


This book is half thriller, half social commentary on the "superficial" desire for measurable intelligence in your children: high IQ, great test scores, Valedictorian status, etc. "But what are we willing to sacrifice?" the book asks. I wish there had been some measurable intelligence in this book, because while the question is interesting the book goes nowhere with it. Just a nice, evenly-paced, formula thriller. Don't expect any "content" just because the book is ABOUT intellect. Ha ha.