The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma #bookreview

Hello all beautiful people out there!

Amidst these self-isolation times or should we say “time for self”, I am surprised to find so many new things either from family, social media or from general happenings around the world. In circumstances where the entire nation is adhering to lockdown orders, it is important to keep in contact with everybody around and help wherever and however possible.

Today’s post is a review of a very famous bestseller author. This book still makes it to the list of a must read in many readers wish list.

        “The purpose of life is a life of purpose.”

– Robin Sharma

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Truth, love and a little malice by Khushwant Singh #bookreview

Hey all lovely readers out there!

We meet here again with another book review. For the month of May, I chose to review this autobiography of a very well known Indian figure Khushwant Singh. The reason why I used “figure” for him will be clear within the review!

One of my dear friends recommended this author to me days back and I was able to get this book really cheap on Amazon. So let’s get started.


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