The Cube

The Cube Review

Spread the word . . . but keep the secret!

The Cube is an imagination game—and more—that holds a secret you are dared not to reveal. Last seen making the rounds in the coffeehouses of Eastern Europe, the Cube is rumored to be of ancient Sufi origin, but no one really knows for certain. This mystery game just seems to reappear when and where it is needed. Now it is here! Inside these pages, the game is revealed along with intriguing stories of others who have played the Cube—including such celebrities as Gloria Steinem, Willem Dafoe, Erica Jong, and Judy Collins.

So don't be square . . . Get Cubed!

Title:The Cube
Edition Language:English

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    The Cube Reviews

  • Carly Laughlin

    "The Cube" is an interesting psychology experiment, but it should begin with a few suggestions: do it in a quiet place, take time to visualize, and try to picture as much detail as possible. After fin...

  • Sammy Tiranno

    I really like the imagination exercise and the contemplation that it can provoke, but in the end it comes off as a glorified dream dictionary for the conscious mind. Part four relates "celebrated cube...

  • Brandon Baggett

    An easy read to let you know how you can help others discover themselves. Just be prepared to go through a lot of analyzing others, specifically those who are full of themselves, to get the full meani...

  • Ray

    Cool read but drawn out too much, could have easily been a 50-100 page book....

  • Shubhada

    Very interesting book, and has an ability to keep you hooked till the end ( except certain in between pages- quite a few of them, which I skimmed and skipped)

    Basically, it is your imaginat...

  • Edna Honig

    I completely ruined a dinner party with this book. I had found it earlier that day in a used book store, and I thought it would be fun to use it at dinner. I told everybody to pick their cube, horse, ...

  • Martin Kurniadi

    It sure is a nice book to have!

    This will get you an inner knowledge about your friends, future love, your trouble, ideas, and of course... YOU!
    I wouldn't say it was as important as t...

  • Lindsey Weeks

    I know this isn't a "book you read" kind of book, but seriously. What a bunch of horse sh*t. Here's what I want: a book that is a tool I can only use once. Should I be in a weird mood when I try using...

  • Azra

    I had played the game years ago but without the book to explain more about what element was about, I didn't fully appreciate what it meant back then. Plus, I wasn't the most aware thing around then ei...

  • Corie

    Unlike a lot of people I thought this was really quite cool. Except I wish I had put more actual thought into the first one third of the book - the THINKING part before I impatiently scanned ahead to ...