An interesting look at the genetic basis for personality. Reasonably entertaining, although slightly pedestrian in format, being a sequential run-through of various character traits with subdivision into "facets". It is a good reminder of the logical, rather than emotional or spiritual basis for the utility of tolerance. There is a multiplicity of personality types for good reason, otherwise they would have been bred out of us before humanity even evolved.
Speaking of humanity, it is also a good reminder of the case for Animal Rights, in that she is constantly comparing humanity against the personalities of other species. How can you treat anything with a personality without respect?
Her little "screen tests" on character types probably won't tell you what you didn't know about yourself, but they do quite clearly remind you that you ARE a type.
I got the impression that maybe the author wrote this as an effort in self-understanding, as she quite frankly reveals she is pretty quirky herself.
Read as an e-book borrowed from Auckland Libraries via Overdrive, on my Kobo Touch e-reader.
I am an extremely intelligent, witty and fascinating guy.