The End of Happiness – A Book Review

“The End of Happiness” by Michael Roizen is a story that could have been written about any number of topics and themes. The author, though, chooses to focus on the theme of the journey to happiness. The book title refers to a quote by Albert Einstein, “I always wanted to live in a world where people are happy and free.” In The End of Happiness, Roizen explores various ways to interpret this quote to bring a different view to life.

The End of Happiness

The theme of the book as presented is that the journey to happiness is simply a journey, not a destination. It is a continual process that many individuals go through throughout their lives. No matter how happy or sad someone may be, they continue to grow and develop. It’s not as if the journey to the end of happiness is without obstacles or struggles. The author presents many different viewpoints from those who want to change their life for the better, those who want to simply enjoy their current circumstances, and those who want to help others find that path.

The End of Happiness is a short book that offers some interesting insights into the topic of happiness. The author provides lots of examples and stories to illustrate points he’s made in the text. If you are looking for an easy, quick read that will spark a few conversations and get you thinking about what you could do to improve your life, this is definitely a book for you. It will give you plenty to think about.