The Vanishing Sky by L. Annette Binder

Bloomsbury | 2020 | Paperback | 278 Pages I've read so many books about World War 2 and they never cease to amaze me on how a person, a family and one's country situation became radically different as a result of world wars, world war 2 particularly. This book is about how one German family … Continue reading The Vanishing Sky by L. Annette Binder

Feathertide: A girl. A secret. A life-changing journey. by Beth Cartwright.

2020 | Penguin Random House UK | Paperback | 422 Pages "Sometimes whatever it is you are running from is the very thing you should be running to." A fictional book about self-acceptance, self-love and about a journey of self discovery. Marea was born covered in the feathers of a bird. Since she was young, … Continue reading Feathertide: A girl. A secret. A life-changing journey. by Beth Cartwright.

Seven Years Of Darkness by You-Jeong Jeong

Little, Brown | 2020 | Paperback | 338 Pages The grey area between the facts and the truth. For 7 years, Choi Sowon is branded as the son of a murderer. This social ostracism made Sowon lives without friends and even rejected by his relatives. Worse, his relatives took away his trust fund and the … Continue reading Seven Years Of Darkness by You-Jeong Jeong

How I Built This by Guy Raz

Macmillan | 2020 | Paperback | 370 Pages Do you think you have what it takes to be an Entrepreneur? If you are an aspiring entrepreneurship or someone who is pursuing entrepreneurship like me, this book is a must read for you. The author has interviewed many entrepreneurs who are the founders themselves. Mostly the … Continue reading How I Built This by Guy Raz

confessions of a forty-something f##k up by Alexandra Potter

Macmillan | 2020 | 506 Pages | Paperback There are some people who start their new year feeling all gloomy and thinking their lives are bleak. I was one of those people at the beginning of the year 2020 like Penelope Stevens, our narrator of this book. Towards the end of December, Penelope Stevens packed … Continue reading confessions of a forty-something f##k up by Alexandra Potter

June and July 2020 Wrap Up.

June month was my slowest read that I only managed to read 2 books only. June Wrap Up:-1) The Scarlatti Inheritance by Robert Ludlum 🍩🍩🍩🍩 2) The Captain's Wife by Abby Jane Morrell 🍩🍩🍩🍩 In July, I'm glad I managed to read 6 books. July Wrap up:1) Artemis Fowl and Opal Deception by Eoin Colfer; … Continue reading June and July 2020 Wrap Up.

The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity by Lynda Gatton & Andrew J. Scott

Bloomsbury | 2017(first published) | Paperback | 351 Pages This book was written in 2016 and the fact this book made its way to me is truly a Divine appointment. The first paragraph of the introduction in this book alone said alot on what this book is all about: "We are in the midst of … Continue reading The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity by Lynda Gatton & Andrew J. Scott

Mastering the Market Cycle by Howard Marks

Nicholas Brealey Publishing | 2018 | Paperback | 323 Pages "You have to know whether the market is red-hot and thus overpriced, or frigid and thus a bargain." If you have read 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' book by Robert Kiyosaki, do you remember how Robert encourage the readers to invest? If yes, I highly recommend … Continue reading Mastering the Market Cycle by Howard Marks

Review | The F*ck-It List by John Niven

William Heinemann | 2020 | Paperback | 242 Pages What would you do when you know you don't have much time to live in this world? While we mostly know people who make use of that remaining time by doing charitable activities, make up with their pasts, settle their outstanding debts as to not troubling … Continue reading Review | The F*ck-It List by John Niven