Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: AuthorHouse (9 Sept. 2003)
By: Larry Odell Johnson (Author)
The author has written a book combining elements of sociology, religion, philosophy, and mathematics, in a demonstration of how the sedisciplines are connected through the lexicon of language. His purpose has been to present in everyday terms an exposition for understanding specific aspects of some of the most insulated areas of formal knowledge. The author's theoretical approach is deliberately atypical. This self-labeled 'scrambled eggs 'approach argues the author is done for the purpose of bringing deeply hidden meanings immediately to the surface, in deference to the most efficient use of the reader's valuable time. The author believes learners should not be obligated to spend years puzzling through abstruse language in an effort to gain insight into important information, especially when the information can be brought within the range of their understanding within a matter of hours. He does not compare his book with others ostensibly of the same type but, rather, he says that while his book is not unique it is unusual. That is, his book will give its diligent and discerning reader insight and perspectives that will enable him/her to understand the most esoteric contents of almost any other book they will ever read.