Book Review~ Marry Me, Stranger by Novoneel Chakraborty

Marry me stranger, is the book i have started reading due to curiosity of knowing that when two stranger get married then how things gonna happen in their life and how they deal with their reality but it was not the story of marriage.

It is the story of a Rivanah who was the single child of Mr. & Mrs. Bannerjee. After selecting from MNC located in Mumbai, Rivanah moved from Kolkata to Mumbai and stayed with her cousin sister and her husband for some days later shifted in PG with two other unknown girls in whom one become her best friend and other one was not because of her reserved nature.

In story where does writer explain Rivanah and Ekansh’s relationship that part is nice to read.

Basically this was the story of Rivanah and a stranger from whom she had been getting messages over her phone since the day she came Mumbai, and firstly Rivanah was irritated, nervous, feared and so many other emotions dealing within herself about stranger, but when that stranger exposed Ekansh in front of her who was cheating her in their relationship till that day a soft core generated in Rivanah’s heart for that stranger after that stranger helped her for solving more problems of her life.

It’s a story you can try to read if you like mistery genres series.

Read a series of books to know what happens with Rivanah and the stranger’s friendship?

My Rating~ ⭐⭐⭐

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Marry me, stranger

Book Review~ The kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

The kite runner was a story of two friends and a father. The protagonist name was Amir and his friend’s name was Hassan. They both used to play together in their childhood, and knew various games to keep themselves busy like other children.

The habit of them I liked the most was their book reading when they both sat on the stone under pomegranate tree and then Amir turned the best storyteller and Hassan seemed a perfect audience.

Amir and Hassan had a lot of common things like they both didn’t have mother, they both raised in same household and sharing the same wet nurse.

Amir is the son of a prominent and wealthy man, while Hassan, the son’s of Amir father’s servant, is a hazara, member of ethnic minority.

This story make you think about your relationship with your friends. In this story l love how Hassan always explicitly displayed his unwavering loyalty for his friend. For me he was the hero of story.

This story had hidden a dark secret till the end which broke everyone in two parts. One was in Afghanistan and other one was in California.

Amir and Hassan intertwined lives, and their fates, reflect their eventual tragedy of the world around them.

When Amir flee with his father from Afghanistan to California, he thought that he had escaped his past. And yet he could never erase Hassan’s memories from his mind.

The kite runner was a story about friendship, betrayal, and the price of loyalty. This book has made a very special place in my heart and it forever be a treasure for me.

“For you, a thousand times over,” this line said by two people in this story,

Once it urged me to cry,

Second time it successfully brought little smile on my face.

My Rating~ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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The kite Runner

Book Review~ How I taught my grandmother to read by Sudha Murty

How I taught my grandmother to read contains 25 stories which is based on Ms. Murty life’s experience, and those she heard from others, Basically book has good collection of short stories and semi autobiographical in nature which based on meaningful secrets of life.

The book language was so simple and easy to read. It would be the best recommendation for beginners. Author experience and stories are so interesting to caught reader’s attention.

The book stories were themed around morals and wisdom, it is enough to refresh our mind and encourage us to be optimistic in our tough time.

Book is the journey of author’s grandmother to become literate. Book talk about another good topic too like Girl child education, Savings money, Gender discrimination, Belief on yourself, family support, Be Honest, Do something for society, Give some freedom to your kids, etc.

The book come across some great personalities like Mr. Abdul Kalam, Mr. JRD Tata with whom Ms. Murthy shared cordial relationship.

Overall book is worth spending for, some its stories I will keep close to my heart forever. You can call this book a light read with heavy wisdom which is definitely rare combination to get.

My Rating~ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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How I taught my grandmother to read

Book Review~ Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Omg what book this was. Although I am not a big fan of self help books but in this book I have explored so many different aspects which I never did before.

The book mainly focus on financial education, personal finance, entrepreneurship which should teach to everyone so they can exactly know how money works.

In this book author was little boy and very curious to know how rich earn enough money so easily, so he and his friend Mike goes to mike’s dad for learning from him because he was a businessman. Whom author tell his rich dad and his real dad was poor dad for him.

His rich dad create so many situation for both of them to learn how to earn money and give lesson too.

There are some of my favourite lesson his rich dad given to him and Mike was

“Money is one form of power. But what is more powerful is financial education.”

“Money comes and goes, but if you have the education about how money works, you gain power over it and can begin building wealth.”

“People do two things. Some just let life push them around. Others get angry and push back.”

“Learn to use your emotions to think, not think with your emotions.”

“If you want to be rich, you need to be financially literate.”

“The one thing that holds all of us back is some degree of self-doubt.”

“Teaching was one of their ways of giving.”

The writing style of author was simple but efficiently capture reader attention.

The book does a fantastic job to teach about why financial education must learn to everyone. Initial chapters are so good to read and could have so many things to learnt from it.

Last chapters I have liked less because author focus too much on real estate business only, which could be difficult and complicated for investors in the beginning.

Author himself tell his book has best selling tag not best writing tag because I have seen alot of people around me who tell about this book but they are not applying those lesson in their life which was centre point of book.

I would recommend this book because it gives so many advice or lesson about money which generally people don’t give you within little piece of money.

My Rating- ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Rich Dad Poor Dad