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Reviewed by Tracy A. Fischer for Readers' Favorite
Wow! That's what I thought when I got through reading Questions Not Being Asked: Topical Philosophical Critiques in Prose, Proverbs and Poems, the newest offering by author Inno Chukuma Onwueme. Covering topics as varying as civil unions, war and warlessness, the American Dream, human suffering, the Green Party, and chauvinism, this work certainly runs the gamut of societal and political concerns, as well as concerns that affect many readers personally. Written in a well thought out and dynamic short essay format, the book is easy to follow, logical, and clearly presents the author's thoughts, ideas, opinions, and research into each of the subtopics that he tackles. This book is a treasure trove of ideas for the reader who likes to think, and should be looked at as a stopping point for earnest contemplation of many of the issues in our current society and that of the world at large.
I found Questions Not Being Asked to be a very intriguing read. Challenging in parts, but not in a bad way, simply because author Inno Chukuma Onwueme's excellent concerns and questions force the reader to challenge their own thoughts and beliefs, the book will have you engaged from the very beginning. Any reader who enjoys non-fiction, reading a very interesting person's opinions that are backed up by facts, or simply a book that makes you use your mind will enjoy Questions Not Being Asked: Topical Philosophical Critiques in Prose, Proverbs and Poems. I am pleased to recommend this book, and will certainly keep my eye out for any other similar offerings by author Inno Chukuma Onwueme in the future!