Daniel Klein is the author of the Times-bestseller Travels with Epicurus and the co-author, with Thomas Cathcart, of the international bestseller Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar. A graduate of Harvard, in philosophy, he is the co-author of twenty-five other books. He lives in western Massachusetts with his wife, Freke Vuijst.
'Witty and engaging.' Age 'Hearty and humorous...You may not come out with the meaning of life or love sorted, but you will have expanded your brain, and that can't hurt.' New Daily 'A simple but delightful idea...There are many books that offer a degustation menu of morsels of philosophy. Daniel Klein is able to make a party of them.' Sydney Morning Herald 'You would, of course, expect a book on philosophy to be filled with wise words, and this one is, but it also contains plenty of laugh-out-loud observations...A very enjoyable read.' BookMooch 'A breathtaking, entertaining and thoroughly digestible guide to some of the best thoughts ever thunk.' Weekly Review 'Humorous and thought-provoking.' North & South 'Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life They Change It is the sort of book that will give back to you in measure for that which you are willing to bring to it. For the message here is not seek, and you shall find. Rather it is, think, and you shall have thought.' Melbourne Review of Books