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The Who: Can’t Explain by Steven Rosen – Book Review

Beginning with the cover of the book, I would like to rate 4/5- a scary vintage vibe with a touch of respect. Simple, scary and respectful.

Speaking of the title The Who: Can't Explain combined with the book cover, briefly, it is definitely a must-read for literature lovers. I would rate the title a 4/5.

Speaking of the content, I don’t want to be a spoiler and would like to say that it is much layered and you must have the patience and understanding to not miss out on any aspect! In short, you need to have hawk’s eye to learn minute details and the book would be more fruitful if you read between the lines!

The research quality is excellent. The overall flow of the book is good and I completed it in two days. You can read it over and over again without getting bored. You sure are to get goosebumps at every read. It is the most recommended read for history lovers/ researchers.


Speaking of the overall book, I would like to rate this novel, a whopping 4/5 and would recommend it for young adults to understand the complexity of emotions involved.