Reviews are important for authors, because it shows other’s approve of their work, and offers readers insight into the work that is objective. Today my book earned a five out of five star rating and was reviewed by ForeWord Clarion Reviews, a print magazine and online review service for readers, booksellers, book buyers, publishing insiders, universities and librarians. Read the review here.
ForeWord Clarion Review reaches 20,000 print subscribers and about 150,000 people visit the review service’s website every month.
Among the comments of the reviewer, Barry Silverstein wrote, “The second section of Globalization, titled ‘Around the World in Ten Chapters,’ should prove to be exceptionally useful to any corporate manager who needs insight into the economic viability of virtually every region of the world.”
“The breadth and depth of Globalization suggests this book could be the single reference required for the reader who needs to know more about any aspect of the global economy.”
My intention for writing this book is to show people how current globalization movement can effect them, but more important to help them find answers to engage the globalization movement. So the comment from Silverstein is approps.