• Book Review,  Inspiration

    Fulfill the purpose

    I was with a friend sometimes ago and we were discussing about books. He asked me about the book I was reading and I told him ‘Shoe Dog’ by Phil knight. I asked him the same and he opened his back pack and brought out a book. ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari‘. I was fascinated by the tittle( I love Ferraris) and I had to plead for the book, but he declined. Well, I wasn’t too heartbroken( I’ve been learning to accept rejections from people) and this dude here has learned to protect his books like treasures. Long story short, I had to get the book myself and I…

  • Book Review

    The Fault in our Stars – John Green

      The Fault in Our Stars – John Green [Book Review]   I do not know to do Book reviews, but the so much brilliance and humor,and tragedy, and flirting,and love in this book eludes me. So,I would try my best to describe it in the best way I can,even though it is indescribable. Let me begin with saying that Mr. Green succeeded in creating a very honest,and deeply resonant story,though based on a premise that could have been mawkish if handled by some other writers. I love that he brilliantly tackled big themes – life,love and death – with this book. TFIOS stars 16-year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster, who for…