“Mindware: Tools for Smart Thinking” is written by Richard E. Nisbett. I have listened to an audio version of the book. I would recommend the print version of the book. The audio is difficult to understand with only single listening. Also there is some reference to the images for which you have to refer text and not just listen. The author is a scholar and its more of a scientific approach to thinking. Many words are difficult to understand. I listened to this as I thought its having something to offer. The book started well but then became difficult to relate to.
Rating: 2/5. This rating is for the audio book. I may have to read the print version to give actual rating to content. This book is certainly not for everyone. Many interesting topics one can come across in this.