I found this book to be an accessible and insightful journey through the philosophical quagmire that is the notion of Free Will. The theological arguments surrounding the issue are something I had never considered until I read this book. I was initially a little retiscent about reading this as I had just read “Free Will” by Sam Harris, which is somethnig of a pamphlet compared to this book. It transpired that the Sam Harris book served as an excellent introduction to the subject and this book delves much more deeply into the notions and scenarios of free will. It is very concisely and pragmatically written, yet each chapter covers new ground and fleshes out concepts clearly using relevant examples which are easily relatable on every level.
The book is a worthy investment for anyone with either a passing interest who wishes to further broaden their knowledge of this fascinating and controversial subject. If you are already knowledgeable in the field then this book is still a must have.