âReading “I Love Charts: The Book” is a complicated experience. It left me feeling cold and empty not unlike after reading Hitler’s Mein Kampf or the Communist Manifesto. But at the same time it made me sexually aroused not unlike reading the Kama Sutra or the Bible. I give credit to the authors. If I were planning to write a book about the French and Indian war from the point of view of the French Indians, I likely would not have chosen to do it in the form of series of innovative charts. However this bold decision pays off with a deep exploration of the human psyche. The creativity on display is remarkable and will constantly have you feeling as though you are hanging over a precipice above a huge chasm overlooking a shadow realm where your soul will be ripped to shreds, leaving naught but a desiccated husk. Many of the charts are very clever. If you are looking for a book that will make you laugh out loud, then cry tears of the darkest despair, then “I Love Charts: The Book” may be exactly what you are looking for.
“Brilliant but disturbing” - the fist Amazon review for I Love Charts: The Book is insane.