Category: Book Review (page 2 of 2)

Book Review: The Jethro Parables

Title: The Jethro Parables

Category: Fiction, Fantasy

Author: Justin Fillmore

Overview: Justin Fillmore straightaway starts his debut book by introducing its main character Jethro T. Sully along with a flawless description of the dry countryside and the horrible circumstances a dry age brings. Debutant author precisely and subtly builds the perfect foundation of Jethro’s character and the situation of the era in its first chapter itself. The strong foundation allows different characters like the horse of the Jethro, The characters at the watering hole and not to forget The Reverend which has a significant role in this short but nailbiting narration. Continue reading

Book Review: The Great Gatsby

Title: The Great Gatsby

Category: Novel, Fiction

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

Overview: The literary classic and a book which is considered “Great American Novel” among some mass, is set in a post-WWI era. The story revolves around Jay Gatsby and his love interest. The novel which was widely accepted and celebrated after the death of its author starts on a very discrete and detailed plot of, The philosophy of Jazz Age or Modernism. Scott Fitzgerald quickly shifts the focus towards the lifestyle of Jay Gatsby after forming a grand foundation of the conditions of America socially, economically and much more. Continue reading

Book Review: The Leader Who Had No Title

Title: The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life.

Category: Self-help book.

Author: Robin Sharma.

Overview: If success, business, and leadership are very often vocabs either in your current life or in your future plans, this is the book you should unquestionably read. Robin Sharma takes off this book by seamlessly explaining exactly about Leadership and Success. He accurately separates these two phenomena from any profession or occupation. His fictitious fable revolves around 6 main characters, each character is reflecting some part of ourselves, our doubts, misunderstandings, and much more.

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Book Review: How to analyze people on sight

  • Title: How to analyze people on sight.
  • Category: Self help book.
  • Author: Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict.

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