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This book written by Scott McBain has an excellent cover which like the majority of other books I have chosen for this assessment is the main reason why I chose to read this book The cover has a simple white background with an embedded white and grey maze in the centre It really captures the potential readers eye Although you the marker were probably expecting a bit more depth as to the reason for choosing the books we read I believe that in some cases the old idiom You cant tell a book by its cover fails to live up to the truth of its virtuous metaphoric meaning when applied literally in a library scene Although I know that the task hinted that we needed to write periodic journal entries this book should warrant an exception as it is a superb meaningful and thought-provoking read so much so that the reader fails to remember to put it down and make periodic journal entries Thus this one entry will be a reflection on the entire book This book is one of the best books that I have ever read and it is strikingly relevant to todays society and to todays individual because we live in a culture today that encourages the majority of individuals to seek power over some one else Whether it be the power of a president or prime minister over their country the power of a CEO over their multinational corporation the power of a religious leader over their congregation or the power of a school teacher over their students Everyone is taught to seek and utilise power in this world This novel is the pinnacle of power It contemplates the use of and the abuse of power and what one will do to attain that power The book is about a mysterious institution that everyone knows exists However the way it operates and the identities of its members are
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