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Tony Michalski, the publisher of the book, says The Millionaire’s Message is “exemplary of the excellent books we publish. It’s perfect and necessary reading for Attainers, MLMers, business people, and just about anyone who wants a better life. We’re pleased to receive such an excellent review from such a prestigious reviewer as the Midwest Book Review.”

All this information comes from James Cox, editor over at the Midwest Book Review.

is dedicated to showcasing reviews for fiction and non-fiction books that are self-published, small press published, or Print-On-Demand (POD) published titles. This prestigious online book review magazine is published by James A. Cox and the Midwest Book Review.

The Midwest Book Review’s “critique” reads in full:

James A. Cox, Editor-in-ChiefMidwest Book Review278 Orchard DriveOregon, WI 53575-1129

The Midwest Book Review is an organization of volunteers committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. We accept no funds from authors or publishers.

Established in 1976, the Midwest Book Review is an organization committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. The MBR publishes the following monthly book review magazines specifically designed for community and academic librarians, booksellers, and the general reading public:Full permission is given to post in thematically appropriate Web sites, newsgroups, e-mail lists, Internet discussion groups, and organizational newsletters or to distribute to interested individuals. Please give the Midwest Book Review a credit line when doing so.The Midwest Book Review has contracted with Gale Cengage Learning to provide them with electronic copies of our book reviews. Gale Cengage Learning then makes our reviews available to library systems nationwide in their print, magnetic tape, and diskette series, Book Review Index (an interactive CD-ROM series designed for use by community, university, and corporate library systems throughout the U.S. and Canada), as well as online databases such as Lexus-Nexus and Goliath."Is religion far more harmful than it's worth? "Away with All Gods!: Unchaining The Mind And Radically Changing The World" certainly believes so. Calling out Religion as a roadblock to scientific, moral, and political progress that oppresses people on terms of race, beliefs, and gender, author Bob Avakian makes a call to action against all belief systems that stand in the way of social progress and world peace, stating that religion is not a necessary element to solid moral values and peace of mind. "Away with All Gods!: Unchaining the Mind and Radically Changing the World" is a must for any who seek a dissenting opinion for religious studies shelves and for anyone who is disillusioned with their God or gods."

—Midwest Book Review, May 2008