This book is more like the ramblings of the author’s mind because the author spontaneously switches from one topic to another and then to his current situation. It became a little irritating at times because of the constant switching between topics in some chapters. Sometimes I felt the book was being dragged a lot. Apart from that I really enjoyed the way the author has discussed some of the most sensitive topics. There are so many information in this book which are an eye opener to me. I have really started pondering over some matters which I never gave thought to before. Topics like how the people with low wages must be surviving or how a certain situation of the country could be the government’s lack of responsibility never concerned me but now they do.
I rate this book 3 out of 4 because this book comes with a different idea than what I have mostly read in other non-fiction books. It amused me with the kind of topics and the way in which the author has discussed them. However, I do feel some of the parts in the book can be omitted to make the reading experience smoother because at times it felt the book is being dragged with extra words and information.
I would recommend Right Back To Where I Was Yesterday to those readers who are interested in the political affairs and real life situations particularly those which are linked to the US. This book is surely not for those who like to read real life stories because you wouldn’t really find a proper story in this book. Also, those who are into a lot of general discussions will like this book because of the way author discusses the day to day matters of life.
Overall the book was interesting except for the times when a lot of unnecessary information was mentioned. It inspired me to give a thought to a lot of matters that I once never thought of. Hence, I’d recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading about general affairs.