The Precipice Amazon ratings 1-1-2022

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[Inspired by the previous question for 1st Jan 2021]

In March 2020, Oxford philosopher Toby Ord published The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity. It argues that safeguarding humanity's future is among the most important moral issues of our time. Fans of the book include Nate Silver, Max Roser, Tom Chivers, Scott Alexander, and Cate Blanchett. A paperback edition will be published in March 2021 in the US.

As of January 1st 2021 the book has 235 ratings on Amazon. You can view historical data in this spreadsheet.

How many ratings will Toby Ord's book The Precipice have on Amazon on January 1st 2022?

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A previous question resolved ambiguously due to confusion about ratings vs. reviews, see the lengthy discussion here

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