So artsy, it drives you crazy.



Book review 19: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Do you find yourself aspiring to be a people-oriented person in this process/outcome driven world? Or are you still on the way or you have it figured all out? If you think you might fit into any of these blocks... Continue Reading →

Book review 18: Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom

Imagine a situation when you meet someone at a random chance after many many ages, that someone you've known forever...there may have been a time when your lives nearly felt like the same, you may've known each other so well... Continue Reading →

Book review 17: Trevor Noah – Born a Crime

Born A Crime by Trevor Noah is an autobiography book of South African childhood stories which has elements of funny bones and sad reality in life to accept. Through this book, Trevor Noah discovers his self journey through life.. his... Continue Reading →

Book review 16: I am David by Anne Holm

I would like to thank my grandfather Mr. Umesh Kamath for giving me this book from an evergreen never-ending golden collection of classic rich literature that he has possessed for several years. What is so amazing is that he has... Continue Reading →

Book review 15: The Takeover by Stephen Frey

A hotshot investment banker is at the onset of performing the largest takeover (a type of transaction where a bidder company acquires a target/smaller company with or without mutual consent) the world has ever seen whilst finding himself in a... Continue Reading →

Book review 14: Difficult Women by Helen Lewis

I have grown up being inspired by so many strong women, taking examples from several decades ago to much recent times: Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin, Mileva Maric, Aung San Suu Kyi, Michelle Obama, Nadia Murad, Malala Yousafzai to name a... Continue Reading →

Book review 11: Evans takes an O-level by Colin Dexter

I grab this little tale off my literature reader archives from grade 12, inadvertently reminded of this when I myself started taking up some German lessons. It is hard to place this genre as many could picture this through a... Continue Reading →

Book review 9: Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer

Its been a while since I put up a book review, but that was because I hadn't read much in the past year and now is the best time to get back to this very enriching great habit I have... Continue Reading →

Book Review 8: Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Catch the full story here: mobydick The tale centers around sailor Ishmael's narrative of an obsessive quest of Ahab, captain of the whaling ship Pequod, for revenge on Moby Dick, a giant white whale. Based in the period of 1800's,... Continue Reading →

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