Review: Happiness is a Commodity

Happiness Is A Commodity - The Behrg

I received this book to give an honest review. So this novella is told through a man named Jerry via his blog. He informs the world of how he has noticed certain elite have happiness. When he gets invited to this "party" though it isn't a normal party. It is one you don't want to go to ever. Unless you are good with getting joy and happiness from the hurting of others is how I took the story. We see through Jerry how no one has happiness unless you have a punch card and then you are only happy for so long. Though it is really worth it to have no feelings? To me it isn't. I am not too sure on this novella as it just didn't click with me on any levels. I couldn't connect with Jerry and I wasn't sure of where this story was truly headed. The author asks at the end of the book what makes you happy. There is so much that makes me happy but I have to say the one thing on the list is freedom. The freedom to make choices or decisions that I want to make. The freedom to be who I want to be. If I went on with the list it would be my family the fact that they are so sweet, loving. My husband he scarifies so much of his own happiness for others. To me this was an okay book nothing that really stood out for me.