Making Excellence A Habit by Dr. V Mohan

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‘My success, part of it, certainly, is that I have focused in one a few things.’ ~Bill gates

A well researched book on healthcare system of India, by Dr. V. Mohan. He is one of the leading doctors in medical field in India. His contribution to research on diabetes is one of his biggest achievements.
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Through this book he shared his journey, his early life, his experiences in inital days of learning medicine, his success and failures..
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The book is divided into various chapters, about dreams, focus, empathy, passion, knowledge, failure, collaboration,empowerment, snowball effect etc.
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Every chapter starts with an encouraging quote. The book is all about fulfilling your passions and working towards your goal.
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Apart from being a doctor and a writer, the author is also a poet. Infact, he also shared about his spiritual side. The author made sure the book is informative and resourceful.
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Overall, a well researched and inspiring book.

The Sword of Kalki by Abhishek K S

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I have always been fascinated with mythology, and this was the reason I took up this book. Before reading this book, i had no knowledge about kalki in detail. I just knew in an overview.
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This is the first book of Kaliyug series, and I am glad i could read it. The last avatar of Vishnu, kalki, I supposed to destroy the evil. The book is from the point of view of a kid, Rey. He believes in logic and truth. His parents told him a lot of stories but he did not believe in them. Rey tries of find himself amongst his insecurities and later comes out as a brave hero.
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The book has humour and sarcasm. The narration could slightly on the mythological side, but it was presented a more of new age drama. The cover is beautiful.
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Overall, it is a good book for beginners.

Jasmine Builds on Shifting Sands by Sanjay Desai

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A short book of 160 pages, falling in the self help and fiction genre, Jasmine builds on the shifting lands, is a well written book.
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The protagonist Jasmine, is inspired by modelling and wants to pursue it as her carrer. The book has a brief description about the struggles and hardships people face in the city of dreams, Mumbai.
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The book is written in two halves and two stories and timelines are braided together. Even though the stories are fictional, they are inspiring and spiritual.
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The book initally describes the beautiful kedar trek. The vocabulary is versatile. The highlight of the book is e-microlearning i.e several QR codes to scan and learn further from the book.
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The cover of the book is attractive and vibrant.
The narration is one of a kind, with easy yet diverse characters. All of them are described in detail. At a point the book became slightly predictable.
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Overall, a great read for all kinds of readers, with a fabulous narration.

Life Unknown by Kartikeya Ladha

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This book is an experience. A journey which provides inspiration and helps to finds oneself.
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This non fiction will be loved by people who love to travel and explore. The book is divided into three parts and every part is pleasing.
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The narration is impeccable. The author’s writing made me imagine every sentence he wrote. The book certainly has depth and details.
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The book asked me a lot of questions, and made me search for answers. The author makes us understand, the way to find our peace through travel.
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Overall, a fantastic book for all kinds of readers.

Quaker by Rohan Singhvi

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Semioccasionally, we find books in which the characters define the route of the plot. Quaker, by Rohan Singhvi, is one such book and this is my first time reading a book like this.
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The author has focused a lot on developing the characters and providing them a strong background.
The fictional world built by the author named, Warem, is a chronicle of Rick Quaker. I loved how easy is the language and writing of the book.
The book has depth and brilliance. The genre of the plot is thriller focusing on gang wars and mafia. I liked the story telling with clever and clean writing.
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Overall, a short read of 140 pages with a unique plot and mind blowing narration and crisp language.

A Lotus Land by Bhuban Patra

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The konark Secret Duology’s, first book, The Lotus Land, is a historical book based on Konark Temple.
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The Introductory book is about approach to building this magnificent temple. The writing of the book is simple with a powerful narration.
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The story point of the book was its historical background, which is well researched. The Journey of the Chief architect, Bishnu Maharana, is a fascinating.
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The language is fresh. The narration and plot are intruging. I am looking forward to the second part of the duology.

God is Great by Dr.Joish Upendra Kumar

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Do you think Science and spirituality are connected? Do you think Einstein’s theories and mythology connected?
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All these answers can be found in this short book about spirituality. Madhav, a scientist, attends a seminar and finds answers to these questions.
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Madhav is a person impressed with cosmetology and astronomy but he finds his way to enlightment.
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The book is interesting and positive. Overall, the book conveys a message about God, culture, faith in day to day conversations.

Gamed by Kaveri Bhar

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Kristina is married to Smith, but is in love with, Craig. The book, Gamed by Kaveri Bhar is about the protagonist’s point of view and her behaviour.
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The book comprises of various themes, like, lust, love, loss, betrayal and much more.
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Smith lives in a different country and Kristina finds it difficult to cope up and tries to keep herself occupied with her work. She seeks everything from her relationship with Craig which she should get from Smith.
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The story is predictable and could be more precise. The cover does not go with the plot. The narration is ok.
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The book needs editing and proofreading.

The Paradise Conflict by Abhishek Ghosh

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The paradise conflict is a book about Civil imperial regime and the rebels’s squabble on earth’s most important resource, Water.
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The world created by the author has various tribes and all of them decline the Imperial rule. The topic choosen by the author is significant in today’s world.
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The two characters really stood out for me. A secret agent named, Judy and Mitra from the imperial regime. The book had impressive twists.
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The fascinating dystopian novel is very thoughtful in terms of plot and narration. The climax of the book is action packed.
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Overall, a powerful novel in the genre of dystopia and this book can be a good introduction to this category.

Renee’s Triumph by Indrani Sinha

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Renee’s Triumph is a story of a Strong willed girl, named Renee. The book draws her journey from teenage to adult life, to marriage.
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The plot is about the transition of her life. She decides to let go of her career and marry. Her choices according to me, are bold.
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The book is simple and precise, to the point. The perspective of the author is in the right direction making the book a light read.
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Overall, a good book for new readers.