First of all, I want to say that The Butterfly Effect is a very visual and beautiful book, perfect for gifts. It’s beautifully illustrated with glossy material and whatnot.

Butterfly Effect emphasize that no one in this world is insignificant, and whatever you do, matters and have lasting effects on your surrounding, whether you realize it or not.

The book is loosely based on the ‘Butterfly Effect’ theory:

The butterfly effect is a common trope in fiction when presenting scenarios involving time travel and with “what if” scenarios where one storyline diverges at the moment of a seemingly minor event resulting in two significantly different outcomes.

Butterfly Effect is a very good book… it tries to convince you that nobody is small, no matter how small they feel, and they’re equally important as well.

However, I could not fully appreciate the true beauty of this books because it used many American history examples. Non-Americans would not be able to appreciate and relate with those stories inside The Butterfly Effect.

Good read? Recommended? Only to Americans. 2 stars out of 5 stars.

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers for an advance reading as part of their Booksneeze bloggers program . I was not required to write a positive review and therefore, the book review is 100% my own opinion.