Throughout history, there have been thousands of people who have made a major mark in our lives; that have really changed how we live. But how many of those people do you know are left-handed and really did it all on their own? Well, in this large book, Ed Wright has found a poignant and brilliant group of Southpaws who - if they hadn't been around - life would have been a lot different for us. From Ramses II to Bill Gates, this book has quite a collection of people's lives. Many of them didn't have the best education, but they often had the most brilliant mathematical minds around, thought outside the box when nobody else could and had the best ideas when everyone thought all was lost.
From musicians to artists to rulers and politicians, this book has a very different view into how a Left-Handed person works; as they have particular traits that make them purely original beings and separates them completely from the right-handers of the world. Once you read this book, you'll be looking at your leftie friends with a whole new respect.
Now I love reading these kinds of books. This is a book I purchased in the Book Warehouse at Arndale in Logan City. And the main thing that caught my eye was that it was about left-handed people; famous ones. Being a leftie myself, I have always felt either a little left out or different from everyone else because of how I think or see things. And this book has made me feel okay about my differences from my right-handed friends. Actually, the only thing that's missing from me as a leftie is my mathematical ability; as it disappeared at a young age from an illness. Otherwise, I'm doing fine.