Book Review: Origin, by Dan Brown

Book Review: Origin, by Dan Brown
Book Review: Origin, by Dan Brown

There are two kinds of readers, the one who are loyal fans of Dan Browns books and then the one who won’t even go close to them. I am the former. I was waiting for the release date of Origin and on the very same day I was in the bookshop to buy it.

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Book Review: The little book of lykke, by Meik Wiking

Book Review: The little book of lykke, by Meik Wiking
Book Review: The little book of lykke, by Meik Wiking

Lykke is the Danish word for happiness. Danish people have been consistently ranked as the happiest people in the world so this may have been a deciding factor in Mike’s naming of this book. This is his second book, his first one is The little book of Hygge, which is a worldwide bestseller. Meanwhile he is working as the CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen, so who if not him, can teach us more about how to achieve happiness in our life.

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Book Review: Perfect, by Cecelia Ahern

Book Review Perfect Cecelia Ahern“Perfect” is as interesting as “Flawed”. I was a bit worried because sometimes the first book is more interesting than the second and third, but this isn’t the case here. There are some really unexpected turns and I read the book in one day – literally.

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