Once in a while you come across a book that has the power to pierce through your heart. A Monster Calls is one such book. Written by Patrick Ness, it is a story about a young boy with an ailing mother at home. It covers a range of somewhat difficult topics ranging from death to guilt.
Feel, Deal And Heal - By Nirmal Yadav
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I received this book by Nirmal Yadav at a time when I was actively searching for ways to be happy. I was almost close to�depression, and took up active reading to beat it. It has worked for me in the past. When this book�came, I was curious as it was everything I wanted at that moment � to feel, deal, and heal.\n\nAbout the book\n\nThe book talks about feelings. Yes, the ones that are the hardest to talk about. In the world where�relationships are complicated and people are hideous, understanding one�s one feelings itself has�become a tough job, let alone understanding how others feel. The book talks about active persuasion of�happiness even in the minutest forms. We all know how we try to bury our feelings, especially the�painful ones. However, the author has a different theory. She believes that in order to truly experience�happiness, one must feel the sadness, deal with it, and then heal gradually � interesting, isn�t it? Well, I�know what you guys are thinking � It�s easier said than done, right? To make the process easier for�everyone is what this book is all about.\n\nMy thoughts about the book\n\nThe book was an interesting read. This book is not something that you pick and read for entertainment�or leisure. It is a book that you might read and cherish when you are down. It is also a book that you�would read and re-read from time to time. I, for one, would re-read some chapters again and again. The�book is quite simple and it can be read by anyone. Unlike many philosophical books that are a verbose�mostly, this book is for even the novice readers. I, however, felt that the book was a slightly slow read.\n\nWhat I liked about the book\n\n? The tiny quotes that were given here and there inside each chapter. One of my favourite as �No incident is responsible for anger. It�s our reaction to the incident that causes us to be�angry.� Such quotes are some daily remainders that you must keep for yourself.��The illustrations inside the book are fun, and it is interesting to read the book with that.�Especially, when you are irritated, these cute illustrations are so much fun to have.�? The author has also curated and added some special quotes by famous writers, like Mark Twain,�Kabir, etc. You can really find those informative and nice to read.\n\n? The book is such an easy, breezy read. You can read this during a quick train or bus travel.\n\nDo I recommend this book?\n\nYes! Definitely.\n\nReviewed by: Srilakshmi Indrasenan\n\nAuthor(s):�Nirmal Yadav\nPublisher: Fingerprint\nRelease: April 2017\nGenre: Non Fiction/Self Help\nBuy from�Amazon � Please use the affiliate link below & share the love!\n\n
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They say that sometimes the journey is more interesting than the destination. This couldn’t have been truer for Buddha. The world today knows him as