Reviews

  • "Inspirational . . . this book fascinates because of the broad spectrum of testimonies."

    Financial Times
  • "Something more than the usual self-help guff. What Should I Do with My Life? is closer to the oral histories of Studs Terkel or This American Life than to Tony Robbins."

    Time
  • "A fascinating social document, and a kind of superior self-help book . . . very readable."

    Guardian
  • "The 'ultimate question' is a topic always in season, worthy of Bronson's skillful probing and careful anecdote selection. Brimming with stories of sacrifice, courage, commitment and, sometimes, failure, the book will support anyone pondering a major life choice or risk without force-feeding them pat solutions."

    Publishers Weekly
  • "A remarkable social document, raised to the level of literature by Bronson's own deep level of involvement, his candour and compassion-as a work of research, the book is wide-ranging and impressive"

    Evening Standard