The Questions Nobody Asks

Where Do You Go From Here?

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
370 Pages
Reviewed on 08/11/2022
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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite

There are so many questions to answer if only someone decides to ask them. Have you ever thought about the world around you? About yourself? About the changes that could be made to the world? And what about the big questions? In his book, The Questions Nobody Asks: Where Do You Go From Here?, Robert Mills will make you reflect on 36 hypotheses (have you ever wondered what if...?) and stimulate your curiosity on topics ranging from religion to science. He will make you explore the ocean, space, and even yourself. He will ask you what if we can see inside dark matter, if we can truly defeat death (or at least extend life), why life is so hard - and much more.

The Questions Nobody Asks is the starting point for a series of reflections (and, why not, conversations with other people) on the issues that Robert Mills presents to us. The topics he deals with are complex and very interesting and will make readers think about things they may have previously ignored. Those who only need the information that Mills gives in a few pages will have enough knowledge to form their own opinion, while those who wish to learn more will be encouraged to do so, thanks to the bibliography found at the end of each chapter. We all need to read books like The Questions Nobody Asks to broaden our horizons, so I recommend this book to readers who wish to improve themselves with enjoyable and instructive reading.

Tommy Wong

The Questions Nobody Asks: Where Do You Go From Here by Robert Mills is a fascinating book. As stated in the foreword, “In today’s busy world people become so preoccupied with their day-to-day existence that they rarely have time to think.” In this book, Mills presents questions in four groups in such a way that they invite readers to think. These topics are (1) What about the world around you? (2) What about you? (3) What could change our world? and (4) What are the big questions? Within each group, there is a list of “what if” questions. Before writing the book, Mills did detailed research because the information has breadth and depth. Using his knowledge, he provides an insightful discussion followed by a list of references for each question.

I liked The Questions Nobody Asks by Robert Mills because it raises issues that we seldom think about during our ordinary daily life. These involve important matters that can change the world. Given the current geopolitical situation, I was particularly interested in the discussion of “What if Russia and China combined their power?” which was intriguing. In addition to the questions on politics, I was very pleased to see that the book contained many interesting spiritual concepts. I have a deep interest in spirituality and these questions and discussions truly nourished my soul. For those who are interested in topics that are outside the mundane, this is a recommended read.

Rabia Tanveer

The Questions Nobody Asks: Where Do You Go From Here? by Robert Mills is a philosophical nonfiction book about what we as a society should be concerned about but aren’t. We are so used to living our lives in the fast lane that we have forgotten what it is like to actually live, breathe freely, and think. Instead of worrying about where our next meal will come from and how can we make more money, the author wants to redirect your attention to things that are less common but more important. Divided into four parts, the author asks some questions that we have thought about at least once in our lives and decided they were insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Each part opens the door for conversation and makes you THINK!

I loved this book. You might think a book like this would not be entertaining, but you are wrong. Author Robert Mills opens the door for conversations and discussions, some things that we have lost in the fast-paced world. While each of the chapters has something valuable to offer, I particularly enjoyed part three of the book where Robert makes you question some very important what-if scenarios. We need a change in the world, the good more than the bad, but we never even consider these because we never discuss these things. You can tell that Robert did a lot of research for this particular part. Part four of this book was a little frightening, to be honest. The big questions asked in this chapter hit close to home and made me realize how insignificant we are in the grand scheme of things. The narrative style is soothing rather than challenging, which makes the reader truly open their mind and think. I liked the subject matter and the thought behind it. I would highly recommend The Questions Nobody Asks!