Memoir, Must Read, Non-Fiction

Educated by Tara Westover #MithilaReviewsBooks

As I reached the last page of this book yesterday night, I felt totally numb. This memoir of Tara Westover is unlike any memoir I've read till date. Read on to know more about this must-read. Please note that this is a discussion post, and not a review. So, beware of spoilers!  The cover of… Continue reading Educated by Tara Westover #MithilaReviewsBooks

History, Non-Fiction

Battling Injustice: 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates by Supriya Vani #BookReview

What if I told you that there were 16 women who graced this earth with their beautiful personas, their dedication to a cause as high as a mountain peak, their willingness to sacrifice everything which could shake the earth, their resilience to personal tragedies which made them formidable, their hearts of gold which shines out to their near and dear ones and the world alike?  "Battling Injustices: 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates" by Supriya Vani is a book that brings the stories of these 16 women to light. Not only does it enlighten our minds to the possibility of doing more than what we do everyday, but it also shows us avenues where there still is a requirement of help and lack of peace. It teaches you to humble yourself and get to the ground level and get things done, not for yourself, but for the whole humanity at large.

Business, Non-Fiction, Startup

Entering StartUpLand by Jeffrey Bussgang #BookReview

I received a copy of this awesome book from HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW PRESS, people! Apart from the fact that this book has been published by HBR Press (whose magazines I worship and keep under my pillow while I sleep) "Entering StartupLand" by Jeffrey Bussgang is a book that must be read. And it has that… Continue reading Entering StartUpLand by Jeffrey Bussgang #BookReview

Non-Fiction, Self-Help

Option B – Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant| #MondayMotivation

broken blue bubbles

We all live some form of Option B. This book will help us make the most of it.

~ Blurb of ‘Option B’ by Sheryl Sandberg

For this book review of Option B, I’m going to try a new format of writing a review post :  a chapter by chapter review. This book is not only about the grief of losing someone you love, but also various other reasons why people are forced to reinvent themselves and choose Option B. And hence, I’m doing this review on a chapter-by-chapter basis. 

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