Jak King described the appeal of the book by saying "Sager's book goes a long way toward making a very complex debate understandable by overlaying each issue onto a real life scenario" in a recent review as published in the Ormsby Review. Read the full review here:
Engaging, accessible and thought provoking. This book is a good first step for anyone interested in exploring inequality as well as other social justice issues." —David Wilson, retired orchard contractor, Kelowna, B.C.
I found this book easy to read and digest. It helps us to think about how we can build a more fair, less unequal society." —Deborah Gesensway, journalist, Toronto.
More succinct and accessible than Piketty." —Leo Eutsler, retired carpenter, Burnaby BC.
This book is well written, accessible to readers without an academic background, and entertaining. It’s a quick yet informative read." —Nalini Elisa Ramlakhan, Philosophy PhD student, York University.
Inequality is at the heart of the social issues we must address. It is essential that inequality be more widely understood." —Patrick Monahan, geologist, Victoria, B. C.
These are pressing social issues indeed. I found the dialogue method engaging and good leavening to the statistical information. We can do better as a society!" —Phil M. Lew, builder and designer, Corvallis, Oregon.
Sager makes complicated ideas digestible and gives us a very fun read." —Corina Lee, graduate student in Philosophy, York University.
Many times I’ve struggled with your academic door stoppers. Now you write something readable - and you’re telling me that publishers don’t want it?!" —Grant M. Morrison, cousin of the author, Surrey, B.C.