Book Reviews

The Rudest Book Ever

The Rudest Book Ever by Shwetabh Gangwar gives  reader   a fresh perspective on how we see the world. It puts emphasis on why one should focus on learning how to think rather than learning what to think. The book can change your life- A Must Read. Concepts like “You Are a Nation” and “Stop Chasing Happiness” have a freshness rarely seen in self help books.

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari 

The Book is a fresh approach. It gives the reader a perspective on some realities of our time. it begins with the origin of the species and ends with post-humans. The Book presents the truth about “THE TRUTH” of our times. It gives a fresh perspective about Gossip and Religion in modern society. The development of language is dealt upon nicely. The spread of empires and trade as well as the rise of capitalism is nicely presented in a no-Nonsense manner.Much of Sapiens is extremely interesting, and it is often well expressed. A Must Read.

Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World- A Scenario of Future

It is not a book about Covid-19. Fareed Zakaria, a CNN host with a Ph.D. from Harvard, talks about the future.

Wisely, he stays away from the daily battles over masks and lockdowns. Nor is doom-mongering his business. Instead “Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World” employs a wide lens, drawing on governance, economics and culture. Call it “applied history.” What insights does it offer during a catastrophe that evokes the Spanish flu after World War I, which claimed 50 million — some reckon 100 million — lives?

He talks about the world after the Plague, about the world after Spanish Flu. He talks about the past, is like the Torch.
A Must Read.The book gives a insight into the past and future.

The Mastery of Self: A Toltec Guide to Personal Freedom

by Miguel Ruiz Jr.

In this book, Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. provides a clear roadmap reach his or her potential. The Narration impacts teaches you stay focused every day. This is exactly the same kind of book. Thank you so much.

According to Toltec Tradition, we each live in our own personal dream, and all of our dreams come together to make the Dream of the Planet. Problems arise when we forget that the dream is just a dream and fall victim to believing that we have no control over it.

In fact, if you have a book review podcast, this is one book you’re highly recommended to go over in your podcast. It’s going to give you better traffic than if you decided to buy spotify plays.

A Wonderful Read.