The best thing about Robin Sharma is the way he waves the quotes, sayings and anecdotes of various leaders, scholars and writers in his conversations with his much needy friend.
It is a different book with a different take. I would recommend you to read irrespective of your belief in what he experienced and writes, or not.
It is a story about an interaction which Mitch had with his old dying Sociology Professor Morrie. The subject of these interactions is the meaning of life which Morrie taught Read More
It is wonderfully written and never bores you. The storyline and the buildup are much better and interesting than many other Indian English Novels.
It is a beautifully written book, a different style wherein two narratives are parallelly running. One is of the reunion of friends and another one is a commentary by the guiding spirit wherein she gives the background of the events, persons/ individuals.
The novel is a classic and is a must read, especially for students prior to joining the college where they slowly formulate their ideas about the world and politics as such.
Such a journey is not only required when you are depressed but also when you are happy, successful and motivated. It is the journey to find balance, to really discover yourself and to be and do what you always wanted to do.
It was a golden chance for Tharoor to create a modern day classic on Hinduism and he used it to criticize his political opponents.
The story of a lineage or clan condemned to one hundred years of solitude where uncountable characters come, play a part and go. It is really amazing how the author has woven such an intricate complex storyline.
A wonderful book of wisdom and habit forming that would surely help all the readers to conquer what Robin Sharma calls the interior empire of Mindset (psychology), Heartset (emotionality), Healthset( physicality), Soulset( spirituality).
The poem is another good attempt by Khaled Hosseini to bring attention to the refugee crisis which is taking mega dimensions in the world.
The author has attempted to bring out the real problem, through her research, about the problems that the current generation of Kashmiris are facing and manages to touch a few of the reasons for their discontent, which makes this book a must read for everyone who must be hearing about the Kashmir problem day in and day out.
There are two parts to the book and the first part story builds the character of the protagonist, a person who is not a hero but a person who is doing whatever to survive. Though the prose is difficult the writing style is linear.