I recently received a copy of "The Book of Common Sense for a Successful Life" by D.L. Dennis. I have to say that the title of the book was very true - this is a book that is nearly entirely common sense. In this book, Dennis attempts to enlighten us with spiritual, financial, and social advice. Most of the common sense tips in the book fall under the financial heading, discussing topics such as retirement, saving money, the value of money, and giving to the church and community. The problem that I had with this book was that most of the tips in this book are completely common sense, especially to those of us who have been around the block a time or two. I really didn't feel like I took much away from this book, because it was a lot of concepts that I am already very familiar with. Perhaps it would make a good gift for a college graduate or someone just starting out on their own, though.
FTC DISCLOSURE: I received this book for free through the BookCrash.com blogging program in exchange for an honest review. I was not obligated to write a positive review.