I have to be on a city bus at 7 in the morning. Darn his eloquent and informal recounting of his first year, and the people who told me that it would be light, easygoing reading! Instead of being knocked cold by the steady prose, I feel as if I'll be up for a while. (Confounding factor: my inability to sleep has a cause other than the book.)
Not surprisingly, most of his discussions seemed to jive with what I've heard from people on this forum. Outlines, study groups, passive-aggressive professors like Plenini (sp?), and, of course, the dense cases with obscurantist (sp?) language. I was shocked by his list of the elite schools, though, and the average LSAT scores of the admitted applicants. That hasn't changed at all. And his descriptions of OCI and the job market.
Hopefully, I think that I'm now ready to step back from all this LS stuff until August.
Any reactions? I like to throw vague thoughts out here once in a while.