Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl (Book Review)

The book illustrates the experience of a psychologist in a concentration camp during the odious Holocaust. Battling with the mental dreads and also the physical ones, we get to see through the eyes of an actual prisoner from a psychological point of view, giving the readers a different perspective of life itself. Viktor managed toContinue reading “Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl (Book Review)”

Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

Another Murakami book from me, but this time I read one of his first novels- more like a novelette. The book started with a prologue of how Murakami started off his career, some of the elements there were covered in his other works. As usual, he has this nonchalant and light way of delivering theContinue reading “Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)”

The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer (Book Review)

This was my first lengthier book after a few months of light reading, this was somewhat heavy but not as much weight as I expected. The book was a fun, gripping read. The fact that it was un-put-down-able already beaten an average book. Stephenie managed to utilize every small detail in her writings, even theContinue reading “The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer (Book Review)”

Ma Huateng & Tencent 腾讯 by Leng Hu (Book Review)

Ma Huateng, also known as Pony Ma, is one of the co-founders of Tencent company. Pony Ma is one of the master copiers in the world, copying his way to pave his own in China, and even the whole world. copy + innovation = success That is more or less most of the business plansContinue reading “Ma Huateng & Tencent 腾讯 by Leng Hu (Book Review)”

Think Like A Freak By Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner (Book Review)

Thinking that your mind is not as innovative than other people? Give a read on this book, Think Like A Freak encompasses a list of different ways that how a freak thinks, definitely a bemusing read for you. Their style and presentation of ideas in this book is light, simple and story-based rather than justContinue reading “Think Like A Freak By Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner (Book Review)”

What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

This is the first book that I picked up after months of hibernation from reading. I took a hiatus from doing these reviews because I had to take care of more important stuffs resulting to no time in doing any sort of reading. Anyhow, here I am, back into reading books, again. If you haveContinue reading “What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)”

Future Crimes by Marc Goodman (Book Review)

Moore’s Law has been applicable to our lives, especially our technological parts, which depicts that growth is exponential. Ranging from your laptop to your fridge which are objects that are connected to the internet, namely the Internet of Things (IoT), are completely hack-able. “Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.” stated by Murphy’s Law isContinue reading “Future Crimes by Marc Goodman (Book Review)”

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Book Review)

Gravitating into the life of Paul- the author and the story of the book, I experienced how is it to be him, being in his shoes for about 200 pages and getting off after that. That experience is intriguing and gave me a little but thorough insight on being a doctor and a patient inContinue reading “When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Book Review)”

The Remains of The Day by Kazuo Ishiguro (Book Review)

After reading through this piece of story, ruminated across some nights, I only realised that the title ‘The Remains of The Day’ is an actual illustration of the entirety of the book. The book started off flat and ended off plain because the elegant crumbs of the penmanship laid at the heart of the book.Continue reading “The Remains of The Day by Kazuo Ishiguro (Book Review)”