This book is well-researched, easily understandable and very readable. The subject was primarily about understanding and being aware of what influences and limits our choices. The author is a law professor and he uses laws and cases to explain many of his points. He uses anecdotes, books and movies to illustrate his points. I particularly liked the explanations of the ways our brains and memories trick us into making certain choices. I'm very happy that I read this book. I won this on 8/26/11 through the goodreads first-reads program. Received this today. It's an Advanced uncorrected proof. It has the notes section and credits, but not the index. The table of contents lists everything, but without page numbers.