‘The Eloquence of Effort’ is a non-fictional book that discusses the notion of meaningful efforts and how they are never wasted. Regardless of how successful it is or what the outcome becomes, the concept is based on the Second Law of Thermodynamics, the Law of Entropy, and that is, “in the absence of human energy/ingenuity as an organizing force, all things/events spontaneously devolve into to a state of disorder. Citing the biographies of infamous criminals whose lives culminate in a cesspool of death and destruction.”
While the book is intense and the premise is extremely enjoyable, you also get to understand the arguments and concepts at hand. It isn’t written in a way where you would feel like you’d have to be educationally inclined. It is a book for everyone and a very insightful read.
I would also like to take the time and applaud the cover design. It is very well picked and put together. The cover represents the rich content inside.
I recommend this book to those who like to read out-of-the-box material and enjoy nonfiction books.
Written by Jeyran Main