What is the writer’s opinion of the book?
He likes the book a lot and recommends it to everyone.
He likes the book but is not so happy about some of the promises it makes.
He doesn’t like the book because few of the claim can be proved.
He finds all claims impossible to be proved.
Correct answer: GET
Question: What is the writer’s idea through the book?
Answer B: He liked the book but disliked some of its promises.
The remaining answers:
A. He liked the book very much and recommend it to everyone.
C. He doesn’t like the book because few claims can be proven.
D. He finds every claim cannot be proven.
Information in the article:
similar his claim that music help you sleep better seems reasonable. Yet when he goes on to promise his music will help cure depression and even cancer therapies, he begins to sound a little bit unbelievable.
Translation: Similar to the author’s claim that music helps you sleep better is reasonable. But when he goes on and promises that his music therapies will help with depression and even cancer, we start to find it a little hard to believe.