Mixed Reviews for 'The Creative Act: A Way of Being' by Rick Rubin
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Mixed Reviews for 'The Creative Act: A Way of Being' by Rick Rubin

A collection of reviews for the book 'The Creative Act: A Way of Being' by Rick Rubin. The reviews range from highly positive to negative, with opinions on the book's content, writing style, and impact on creativity. Some reviewers praise the wisdom and insight of the book, while others find it repetitive or lacking substance. Overall, it is a mixed bag of opinions.

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  • Great book for styling

    This is a beautiful book for styling bookshelves or coffee table.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Book Quality
  • Book used and damaged?

    This book is really pretty and I was excited to receive it. Unfortunately it had folded pages and stains on the cover. I can’t even process an exchange and that’s frustrating because I just recieved it??

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Book Quality
  • Motivated me

    I pick this book up when I'm in an artistic slump. Always brings me back up.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Artistic Journey
  • Book came scuffed

    Back cover of the book came with black scuff marks all over

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Book Quality
  • Fantastic book!

    Great commentary on the creative process! I can’t stop thinking about what I learned, and I’m applying it daily.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Inspiration and Insight
  • Repetitive

    Had to read this book for school, had some good ideas but it was extremely repetitive and contradictory

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Disappointing Content
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