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A book about human nature that makes your head spin – in a good way

Vincent Deary’s How We Are is crammed with ideas. William Leith can’t wait for the next two volumes

6 September 2014

9:00 AM

6 September 2014

9:00 AM

How We Are Vincent Deary

Allen Lane, pp.261, £16.99, ISBN: 9780241005355

Vincent Deary is a therapist, and this book is the first part of a trilogy. How We Are is about human nature. Books two and three will be called How We Break and How We Mend. Three serious tomes, backed by a serious publisher. You open it thinking: this is not going to be an easy self-help book where everything is mapped out for you.

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