How to Win Friends and Influence People – Book Summary

How to win friends and influence people

Every human being wishes that their favourite person likes them or wants to be with them. People want to have many friends and they must have a positive image in everyone’s mind. But observations have proved that most people fail to do so. The reason behind failure could be not knowing the rules and principles that can help them build a personality that can help them influence people and win their hearts and earn respect to make new friends. There are many books around the world that teach you to…

5 Reasons to Read The Forty Rules Of Love by Elif Shafak

5 Reasons to Read The Forty Rules Of Love by Elif Shafak

Forty Rules of Love is the kind of book that breaks and mends you simultaneously. It challenges one’s perspectives on love, relationships, faith, and the constraints of a life lived trying to meet society’s demands. Here are the top 5 reasons why you need to read this masterpiece.  Characterization Whether it’s about the dervish eager to find God, a prostitute from the brothel, a drunker from the tavern or the beggar, every character is written with such beauty that the reader visualizes the scene without thinking much. The detailed descriptions…

Review of a Book Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

I recently read book Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. It was a historical fiction. It is a story of two sisters living in France who react differently to the war waging in their country. They both showed courage but in different ways. Also, this one was based on a true story. It was about a woman who helped allied soldiers escape from Germany to Spain during World War 2. But this book has more to it. It not only tells a very thrilling story about the girl but also at the…

Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai and Shah jo Risalo – A Book Review

Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai and shah jo risalo

Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was born in the House of Shah Habib ( his father) on 18 November 1689 in the village of Hala Haveli, a few miles to the east of the present town of Bhit Shah (named after him). Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was raised during the golden age of Sindhi culture. His first teacher was Akhund Noor Muhammad Bhatti, although he was largely self-educated. Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai was a Sindhi Sufi Scholar, mystic, Saint, and a Poet. Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai…

Things Fall Apart – One of the Best Novels: Book Review

Things fall apart Novel Book review

Things Fall Apart is about the tragic hero Okonkwo, who does not want to leave his culture and values. It is all about Igbo culture and Umuofia community of Nigeria. The protagonist Okonkwo wins the wrestling by beating Amalinze the Cat and earns honour, fame, respect in his community and becomes a leader. Before that, If we read the earlier life of the hero of the story ‘Things fall apart’, Okonkwo. It’s really a heart-touching. His father Unoka was a lazy person. He often borrowed money from others. So, they…

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Book Review

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About Stephen R Covey The author of the book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is Stephen Richard Covey – an American, born on October 24, 1932. His profession was an educator, businessman, author and keynote speaker. His most popular book in the world is  “The 7 habits of highly effective people”. Stephen Richard Covey died on July 16, 2012. About the book: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People The 7 habits of highly effective people first published in 1989. The main object of this book self-developing through…

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki – A Book Review

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This book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, is written by a famous writer and businessman Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. Robert T. Kiyosaki is best known as a number one writer in personal finance books. According to the sources, there are 32 million copies of this (rich Dad poor Dad book) have been sold out all over the world. Does this book raise a question in our mind that Can the education of our Universities, our colleges, our schools provide us with such education as we can be rich?  From…

The Gaze By Elif Shafak – A Book Review

The Gaze by Elif Shafak

Introduction of The Gaze By Elif Shafak ‍‍‍The Gaze is a novel which is written by Turkish writer Elif Shafak and its publication occurred in Turkey in 1999 with Turkish title “Mahrem” and was translated into English in 2006 and won the prize of the best novel by Turkish Writers Association. ‍‍‍While going through the pages of The Gaze by Elif Shafak, the generality of thoughts and perceptions paved it’s root to my mind, these perceptions were about, self-hood, love of a different kind, of hankering to be accepted and…

Veronika Decides To Die – A Book Review

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Introduction of Veronika Decides To Die The novel Veronika Decides To Die is written by Paulo Coelho that deals with the psychological terms of human life in different aspects. Verily, the writer answered the question, ” is life worth living ?”, in this novel. As it is said “life is itself a quotation”, so of is true, it isn’t easy to explain it well. And yes, life is worth living and it needs some correct predictions. Actually, Paulo Coelho gives some interpretations of life and defined his thoughts through the…

Innocence and Foolishness By Rizwan Ahmad – Book Review

Innocence and Foolishness By Rizwan Ahmad - Book title

During the hustle and bustle long days of summer, I got finished this wonderful book: innocence and foolishness. This fascinating collection of nonfiction and novella depict, as old as a mound of dead, the tradition of our culture and author’s, Rizwan Ahmad Memon, personal village-life experience and all about rotten and bleak as well nerve-wracking beliefs of villagers. In this book, it is easily perceivable that parents sent their children city to earn money when times were tough, it was nonetheless short-sighted of them. They never push their children to…