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The following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Everyone is Addicted” by Yosef Kutner.

5 out of 5 stars.

Everyone Is Addicted by Yosef Kutner is a thought-provoking book that delves deep into the complex world of addiction, offering insightful perspectives and practical guidance on how to overcome it. With a unique blend of personal stories and valuable lessons, this book shines a light on the universal struggles of addiction that affect us all.

Kutner’s book takes readers on a journey through the intricacies of addiction, exploring the various forms it can take in our lives. He does this by skillfully weaving together narratives of real individuals who have battled their own addictions. From substance abuse to technology addiction, the stories within these pages are relatable and serve as powerful reminders of the omnipresence of addiction in our society.

One of the book’s most commendable aspects is its candid and compassionate approach. Kutner shows a deep understanding of the complexities surrounding addiction, emphasizing that it knows no boundaries. His storytelling prowess is evident as he brings to life the struggles of everyday people, making it easy for readers to connect with their experiences.

Moreover, the book provides practical insights and strategies to combat addiction. It doesn’t merely dwell on the problem but actively seeks solutions. Kutner’s incorporation of spiritual and philosophical elements adds depth to the book, offering readers a holistic approach to understanding and addressing addiction.

Kutner’s ability to dissect the human condition and the underlying reasons for addiction is impressive. He stresses the importance of self-awareness and mindfulness, encouraging readers to look inward for answers. This introspective journey is thoughtfully woven into the book, guiding readers toward personal growth and transformation.

The book earns a rating of 5 out of 5 stars. I don’t dislike anything about the book. The book’s compelling narratives, practical advice, and philosophical insights make it a valuable resource for anyone seeking to understand and overcome addiction. I did not find any grammatical mistakes in the text.

I wholeheartedly recommend the book to anyone grappling with addiction or seeking to support loved ones on their recovery journey. Yosef Kutner’s compassionate and holistic approach to addiction provides a refreshing take on a topic that affects us all. This book is a testament to the power of storytelling and self-discovery in the pursuit of a healthier, addiction-free life.


The following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Soul Cloud” by Yosef Kutner.

5 out of 5 stars.

“Soul Cloud” by Yosef Kutner is a captivating and thought-provoking fusion of science fiction, technology, and spirituality. Set in a near-future world amid the backdrop of a Coronavirus pandemic, the novel follows three brilliant MIT graduate students on a groundbreaking mission: uploading a human brain into a supercomputer. As their ambitious project gains momentum, the narrative delves into the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences that arise when technology pushes the boundaries of human understanding.

The author’s writing style is accessible and engaging, allowing readers with varying technical backgrounds to grasp complex scientific concepts. The characters are well-developed, with multi-dimensional and relatable protagonists, and their personal journeys intertwine with the larger narrative, adding depth and emotional resonance to the story. Miriam, in particular, stands out as a character whose spiritual experiences provide a profound counterpoint to the technological advancements in the plot. Her journey underscores the novel’s exploration of profound philosophical and ethical questions about the fusion of human consciousness and technology.

The book excels in its ability to introduce mystery and intrigue, weaving elements of organized crime, corporate greed, and societal unrest into the narrative. These elements create tension and suspense, making “Soul Cloud” an engaging page-turner. While some readers may find certain passages exploring spiritual and religious themes didactic, these moments underscore the novel’s central message and will resonate with those interested in the intersection of science and faith. I did not identify any substantial issues. Furthermore, the editing of the book has been executed professionally, with a noticeable absence of significant grammatical and typographical errors. I wholeheartedly rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

“Soul Cloud” is a remarkable work of speculative fiction that adeptly combines cutting-edge science, ethics, and spirituality. Its navigation of complex technological concepts while addressing essential ethical and philosophical questions makes it a compelling and intellectually stimulating read. I recommend this book to fans of science fiction who are interested in the boundaries of human existence and the limitless potential of the human spirit. This book offers a thought-provoking experience that will leave you pondering long after you’ve turned the final page.

Customers reviews

People tell about the book

Shmuel K, from Israel, 23-year-old College Grad and Gamer. “ I have been undergoing Cognitive Therapy for many years. Your book is so clear that I wish that I knew the information before I started therapy. I read this book every day during my lunch break. I love that you though to have added many pages at the back of the book for notes. And believe me I read with a pen in hand so I can record my thoughts
Jon C from Mexico City. “ I have been in recovery for over 10 years and I thought that I knew it all. Your book is truly enlightening, truthful and in plain English. The AA Big Book doesn’t come close. Thank you so much for reaching out to help those that need help
Mike D. from Las Vegas. “ I have struggled my entire life with alcohol. Finally, with your fabulous book, I was able to figure out what my problems are. I am not Jewish and at first I hesitated to begin this read. I am so happy that I did. You gave me understanding and I will always be grateful. My deep love and appreciation.
Ben B movie director/producer, “ I was intrigued by the title and now I am Addicted to the terrific insight. I have learned more about myself than I ever expected to know.
From the Daughter of our oldest family friends, “ I really enjoyed the "down to earth" and honest way in which you write and your use of practical and real life "meshalim" (examples) is right up my alley. Having been brought up with Chassidus, it was a breath of fresh air to see and read familiar concepts presented without all the "holy and pie-in-the-sky" terms and jargon. While I am not an addict in the typical sense, many people are addicted to negative behaviors and I guess can learn from those who conquered addictions to things that are (seemingly) more dangerous.