If I had paid money for this book, I’d have been upset. This was, at best, a long blog post and, frankly, less informative than most blog posts on writing I’ve read. Allegedly, this was written by an experienced writer who had produced multiple screenplays, among other things. Based on the writing in this book, I find that assertion hard to believe. The book barely talked about the enneagram to begin with, so it was hard to get any useful information about how that might be used to make better characters. Nearly a quarter of the book was a lengthy example based on the move Maleficent, which, again barely had any information about how moving a character through the personality types on the enneagram. This whole thing felt like a bottom-feeding blogger trying to crank out a quick ebook based on a trendy topic.
Don’t waste your time on this thin, sad, little “book”. The blurb for this book claims you don’t have to even be a writer, which seems to be something its creator believes, because he didn’t seem to need to be a writer to create it.