Book Reviews


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My Recommendations

Alex's Adventures in Numberland

#Mathematics

5.0 / 5

The story of mathematics that revolves around our world.

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

#Self-help

4.8 / 5

A practical guide for improving communication and getting what you want in your relationships.

Howard Hughes: His Life and Madness

#Biography

4.8 / 5

Real-life cinema inspiration Howard Hughes’s life is uncovered by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists. This book will let you decide whether Hughes was real-life Tony Stark or not.

Unscaled

#entrepreneur

4.5 / 5

The future awaits us. Venture Capitalist Hemant Taneja tells us about the impact of AI on our future. How will AI change our healthcare system, employment, education, and social life?

Origin

#Thriller fiction

5.0 / 5

I couldn't put my hands off this book when I first started reading this book. Realistic and pragmatic fiction that gives us something more to think about.

Zero to one

#entrepreneur

4.7 / 5

For those who are interested in startups, infamous angel venture capitalist Peter Thiel presents us statistics and reality of startups.

Righteous Mind

#political science

4.5 / 5

Have you ever wondered why are we so divided? Political scientist Jonathan Haidt explains political polarization, religious conflicts and more.

Rich Dad Poor Dad

#Finance

4.7 / 5

We are living in a world where capitalists dominate. The financial freedom is on our reach when we know how to make money work for us. As Robert said in the book, "don't work for money. Let money work for you."

Sapiens

#history

4.2 / 5

The general history of humanity is written in one book. One of the most interesting books that I have ever read. Recommended for anyone willing to face the reality of our own.

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