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The Bookshelf book review

The books on this page include nonfiction such as “motivational” books which allow you to straighten and enhance personal growth. I review books such as those written by Tim Ferris, which will make you think and reflect on how you can enhance your life productivity.

Or you might be interested in romance novels and want to find books that have wonderful stories of love, passion or heartbreak. Or you might like thrillers or fantasy. Here, you will discover fantastic books by a multitude of authors.

It’s my pleasure to help you decide on your next read.

Review: The Knight in Rusty Armor by Robert Fisher

Review: The Knight in Rusty Armor by Robert Fisher
Robert Fisher was born in Long Beach, California. At the age of 19, he began his career writing comedy scripts for Bob Hope and Groucho Max. He was also the author or co-author on more than 400 radio and 1,200 television shows. This led to him being nominated for the Emmy award and the Humanitarian Adward four times. The Knight in Rusty Armor is his book. It has been translated into Spanish and Catalan. This book contains seven chapters that represent our assumed life. It is told as a story. The knight's dilemma is the first chapter. He no longer ...
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Review: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari By Robin S. Sharma

Review: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari By Robin S. Sharma
Robin S. Sharma's The Man Who Sold His Ferrari, published in English in 1997 has been a best-selling self-help book and motivational book. It has been translated into 70 languages, and is now available in over 50 countries. Sharma tells a story about her theories on motivation and happiness. Julian Mantle, a wealthy, ambitious, and feisty lawyer, suffers a heart attack while he is being tried. He was forced to quit his profession and became "disappeared" after the incident. He knocks at John's office and tells John how he went on a pilgrimage to Nepal and met the Great Sages ...
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Review: The Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho

Review: The Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho
Paulo Coelho published The Manuscript Found In Accra at the end 2012 and this work has been on the most viewed list in all the book sites. The Manuscript found in Accra was written as a story, told by a narrator. However, it is not a novel or short story, unlike many of Coelho’s books. The structure of each chapter is the same: A question about an important aspect or human existence, its answer and its foundation. This narrative is believed to be a transcription from the Coptic teachings, a Greek sage who was transmitted to Jerusalem's inhabitants in 1099 ...
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Review: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Review: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki's and Sharon Lechter's book "Rich Dad Poor Dad", is the best-selling personal finance history book. It is very unlikely that you have never heard of financial or investment topics if that is what you love. But... Is it really interesting? Many people have an understanding of new financial concepts that aren't typically taught in college. The idea of financial freedom, or what is more, how to create passive income. This is why I will not only give a summary, but also highlight the key lessons that we can learn from it. From where did the title "Rich Dad, ...
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Review: Change Your Words, Change Your Life By Joyce Meyer

Review: Change Your Words, Change Your Life By Joyce Meyer
Joyce Meyer's book Change your words, Change your Life, explains that words have immense power. This is more than we realize. Words can influence people, moods, and even our future. Sometimes, what we say is more important than the words we use. It is therefore essential to learn how to use the right words to transform our daily conversation into a tool of healing, improvement, and positivity. Meyer's argument is supported by facts from daily life and passages from the Bible that emphasize the importance of the word. Joyce Meyer's book, Change your words, Change Your Life, is organized in ...
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Review: The Prophet By Khalil Gibran

Review: The Prophet By Khalil Gibran
The book was first published in 1923. It has not been out of print since then. It has been translated into over 50 languages and is still a bestseller every year. Although the West's intelligentsia didn't notice it, verses taken from "The Prophet" are found in countless songs and political speeches, as well as at weddings and funerals. John F. Indira Gandhi and Kennedy are just a few of the people who were influenced by the poet’s words. Its popularity reached its peak during the 1930s, and then it was a popular bible for counterculture. There are some indications that ...
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