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I was also amused while reading some of the negative reviews. People actually read this book thinking it would answer the age old question of what is happiness. That's not what you'll find. However the author's vast knowledge of both centuries old and modern day literature, art, and science on the subject is impressive.

It's a good, light read, intelligent and witty. It's critics seem to be those that expected him to explore every aspect of every culture he visited and come to profound conclusions. Instead he engages the reader with a breadth of knowledge on the studies of happiness, while making humorous cultural observations, and interviewing a wide scope of humans to get their observations on happiness. I never expected to love this book, but I do! It is well-written and provocative. I led the discussion at my book club, and everyone there had a different opinion about what should be the "happiest place in the world".

Weiner's sense of humor is dry and right on. There were a number of other readers who, like me, did not expect to like the book, and did! He describes places beautifully - you are there.

His years of writing for NPR have surely paid off. He zeroes in on what is important, even though it seems he is a very casual tourist. He is not.

He has a laser-like focus on the sense of place. I'll probably read more of his books now.

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