Becoming Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli (Book Review)

Looking into Steve Job’s life from a friend/journalist’s perspective, this book depicts the flaws and the genius behind one of the greatest inspirer of the modern world. The book also describes Steve’s breakthrough as a process of constant change but not an overnight success, it is more like a book dictating what not to do […]

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck by Mark Manson (Book Review)

Just by looking at the title of the book meant this book contains strong languages, a lot of them. That does not mean this book is talking about ‘bad’ stuffs but the author intend to put it that way because he felt the need to express those ideas or principles that he have more prominently […]

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Surrounded By Idiots by Thomas Erikson (Book Review)

As a fellow human being, we are used to categorise items according to its similarity as to help us understand the world from a clear lens. Nothing less is done in this book, Thomas classified humans into four colours based on previous behaviour models (which did the same thing except they used specific characteristics.) Red, […]

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Tiny Habits by BJ Fogg (Book Review)

If you fail to be more productive, lose weight, exercise regularly, or keeping a resolution to last more than a week, it is not your fault, stop blaming yourself, it is a design flaw. From Tiny Habits written by BJ Fogg, habits are formed by an equation, regardless of being a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ habit, […]

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Kafka on The Shore by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

Another masterpiece by Murakami, this time he flawlessly tied two completely unrelated stories into one. His style in writing is nonchalant and yet his skill really shows in this novel. Two parallel stories ran at the same time, one with Kafka Tamura and another with Nakata. They simply laced together in the end, merging two […]

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Permanent Record by Edward Snowden (Book Review)

Writing this review might spell unprecedented doom to me as I am reviewing a book written by a fugitive, a ‘leaker’ and a man who values truth more than the rest of the world. At the age of 29, Edward Snowden was willing to put everything in his life to gamble in order to form […]

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what we talk about when we talk about love by Raymond Carver (Book Review)

Nothing more American than this book, I had a tough time reading this book as I failed to comprehend the intrinsic meaning of each section of this book. This is a compilation of American shorts from the 80s which peered into the lives of normalcy- adultery, alcoholism, vices and enigmas- spelling the word America. Although […]

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