Book Review: The Cassandra Compact

Yesterday, I've finally finished reading this book. I am not a big fan of sci-fi but since this book sort of relates to what actually is happening right now, i am kind of absorb into it very quickly. The main character Dr Jon Smith is really a very inspiring man. He is very brave and smart. I wish I can be as brave as him. The starting is a bit melancholic meaning it has a very somber mood but as we read more, we find that some of the conflicts that was experienced by the characters, fraud, deceit, cruelty, and conspiracy. Somehow, it shows us how we can be blind by the perfection a person has because perfection never cease to exists. The reason why? We can alter this human made records and data.

Think about it, even a student myself; i find people who cheats, and elope from doing their work. all they can ever think is their own benefits and they take things really easily. I don't know how they were able to score in the end but when working as a group they truly feel no responsibility in doing it. Sorry for the ranting because it's just something i want to share. Live your life to the fullest, not taking it for granted.

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