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You Will Sail Through: A Book Review

  Book Title: You Will Sail Through Author: Abhishek Bhargava Publishers: BlueRose Publishers My Ratings: ***  About the Author:  Abhishek Bhargava is an MBA from Symbiosis Institute of International Business, Pune, Batch of 2015-17 and currently works with a Consulting organization based in Bengaluru, India.  Along with an MBA, Abhishek holds a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering.  Hailing from Vidisha, a town near Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Abhishek has a knack of storytelling and writing since his school and college days where he won numerous accolades in the likes of debate competitions. Nobody's journey of life is devoid of hardships and hurdles, but very few take lessons from experiences. Leave alone thinking of writing a book that can guide peers at sailing through smoothly. This book by a Millenial for the Millenials is in fact a treasury that we can enrich ourselves by reading.  A non-fiction book in the garb of storytelling, Abhishek Bhargava-the author has written

Conspiracy At Meru (Book 2) & Vengeance Of Indra (Book 3)- Vikramaditya Veergatha Series- Book Review

  The VIKRAMADITYA VEERGATHA Book Series will be complete with the release of the 4th book- The Wrath Of The Hellfires in December. The book is available for pre-order on Amazon now! Book Review of Book 1- The Guardians of Halahala can be read HERE Book Title: Book 2- The Conspiracy at Meru Author: Shaturjeet Nath Publisher: Jaico Books My Rating: ***** VICTORY IS TEMPORARY. THE BATTLE IS ETERNAL.- The Logline of the book itself told me that Vikramaditya and his Council of Nine would have many hurdles to face as the Guardians of the Halahala. The story was getting more interesting! The author has successfully created a world that was much beyond my imagination and far more layered than any Indian mytho- fantasy fiction I've ever read. I won't be exaggerating if I say that the book is worth reading for the most elaborate, and well-articulated battle scenes. The attack of the Vyalas- mythical creatures is one of the most gripping passages, the Maruts fighting back valiantly with

Tuesdays with Morrie- An Inspirational Non-fiction

  Book Title: Tuesdays With Morrie Author: Mitch Albom Publishers: Hachette India My Rating: ***** About the Author:  Mitchell David Albom  is an author, journalist, screenwriter, playwright, radio and television broadcaster and musician. Mitch Albom the author begins visiting his aged college professor, Morrie Schwartz who is terminally ill. Every Tuesday he flies to meet the dying sociology professor and records all that the old man has to share. I am so thankful to the young man and to the old man for sharing life's greatest lessons through this memoir. This is one non-fictional book that I found greatly inspirational.  One would think that a dying man's memoir would be greatly melancholic and depressing. The topic of death is always scary and causes anxiety to most of us, but this book is anything but that! Morrie is a cheery professor, greatly energetic despite his failing health and so intent on proving that 'dying' doesn't mean 'useless'. Impending

Subtle Echoes: Book Review

  Book Title: Subtle Echoes (Kindle Edition) Author/Poet: Tehmeena Salam Publishers: Fanatixx Publication My Rating: **** About the Author: Tehmeena Salam is the Co-Author in five anthologies which hold a World Record, published by FanatiXx Publication. She has also published her poetries in more than 15 anthologies. The beauty of the UT Andaman and Nicobar Islands, has seen this flower blossom through her days. A post kidney transplant patient and survivor of graft rejection, she is pursuing her ambition as an MBBS student in Andaman and Nicobar Islands Institute of Medical Sciences (ANIIMS). A big thankyou to Tehmeena Salaam for giving me her book for reading and reviewing. However I assure my readers that my opinions of the work remain unbiased.  Subtle Echoes is a mixed collection of 48 pieces of poems and letters, each unique, each beautifully expressed. There are many aspects about this book that sets it apart from the books of its genre. Firstly, it's the poet's creativi