Book Review: The Big Day by Blásquez Figueroa

Book Review: The Big Day by Blásquez Figueroa

The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa was amazing! It was a pretty quick read, not only because of its length but because the author does not waste words;

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Book Review: The Advisory Board by Hemant Joshi

Book Review: The Advisory Board by Hemant Joshi

The Advisory Board is like a warm fuzzy hug that just wraps itself around you from the first page. It was enchanting, charming and humorous. At times, it jogged memories of the past or made me ponder and reflect on…

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Book Review: Thank You Richa by Rima Sen

Book Review: Thank You Richa by Rima Sen

Richa and Kadhir have been friends since school. Kadhir is now a famous cricketer and Richa is an air-hostess in a well established airline company. Life is looking pretty good for Kadhir, he’s happily married to Shenbaga for twelve years…

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Book Review: The Innovators by Walter Isaacson

Book Review: The Innovators by Walter Isaacson

The Innovators by Walter Isaacson chronicles the history of computing and the rise of the digital age. Isaacson covers a broad range, from the prehistoric beginnings of computing in the 1800s,

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Book Review: Stories Of Us by Bobby Sachdeva

Book Review: Stories Of Us by Bobby Sachdeva

Stories of Us by Bobby Sachdeva is peopled with the religious, the good and the moral — grappling and trying to come to terms with an inhuman world and crueller selves

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Book Review: Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E Frankl

Book Review: Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E Frankl

Man’s Search for Meaning is written by a psychologist who survived several Nazi concentration camps and on his journey observed all the different reactions, choices and mindsets of people who survived WWII and those who didn’t.

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Book Review: Dangling Gandhi by Jayanthi Sankar

Book Review: Dangling Gandhi by Jayanthi Sankar

Pretty much every story in this collection, Dangling Gandhi by Jayanthi Sankar, has as its theme an individual’s relationship with the natural world.

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Book Review: Happimess by Biswajit Banerji

Book Review: Happimess by Biswajit Banerji

Happimess by Biswajit Banerji begins on a strong note combining humor, wit, creativity, and intelligence, wrapped in symbolism which lays the foundation for the rest of the stories.

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Book Review – The Startup’s guide to Sales by Roshan Louis Josheph & Ram Mohan Menon

Book Review – The Startup’s guide to Sales by Roshan Louis Josheph & Ram Mohan Menon

The Startup’s Guide to Sales is an excellent book about sales prospecting and new business development. The authors offer specific advice with things you can do with examples.

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Book Review: The Last Thing He Wanted by Joan Didion

Book Review: The Last Thing He Wanted by Joan Didion

The Last Thing He Wanted by Joan Didion is entertaining even if you are not interested in how the covert government works. But if like me, you are interested in how governments are changed without votes,

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