Seeing as how you ignored all the other opinions from people who had read the book that I put forward,
"ALL" the people included a salon writer who posted a huge caveat that you choose to ignore. A writer and a shrink who posits pure conjecture hardly constitute a mass of opinion, let alone, the right one.
even managing to twist one of them to say completely the opposite,
Oh, was the quote mistaken? Let me know how I specifically put in the wrong words from what was in the article.
I merely said, that I would not read it because of the EFFECT it has on popular opinion.
You are not responsible for the wrong headed opinions of others.
And I don't actually have to handle toxic waste such as this to know I don't want to.
If you read it yourself and held the same opinion, I could respect that. This book does not have a negative majority feeling a la Mein Kampf. The book has arguable merit, unlike Mein Kampf. That alone, should be enough evidence for you to be open minded and to consider other view points.