BOOK REVIEW  | James Doty, “Into the Magic Shop.”

BOOK REVIEW | James Doty, “Into the Magic Shop.”

Most readers heard about it from someone (my case), read the summary on the cover, or know who the author is. Doctor James Doty is a renowned neurosurgeon, investor, and researcher. People who expected a book about medicine were slightly disappointed. It opens with the description of brain surgery, but it moves quickly to the author’s personal story.

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BOOK REVIEW  |  “Reasons to Stay Alive”​ – A Powerful Reading Experience

BOOK REVIEW | “Reasons to Stay Alive”​ – A Powerful Reading Experience

Don’t judge a book by its cover, they say. “Reasons to Stay Alive” sounds dramatic, and, fair enough, you’ll be witnessing a journey that is, at times, heartbreaking. My overall experience with this book is positive, though, informative, unique by its approach. I feel it speaks equally to people who face depression and to those who are close to someone fighting it.
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BOOK REVIEW  |  5 Reasons to Read Scott Berkun’s “Confessions of a Public Speaker”

BOOK REVIEW | 5 Reasons to Read Scott Berkun’s “Confessions of a Public Speaker”

This book is self-explanatory – you can hardly avoid being redundant presenting it as the author did an excellent job writing it. It’s spot on, fluid, intelligent, valuable and entertaining, no less.
“Confessions…” is rather a textbook for anyone who’s speaking in public. Or aiming at doing that as a profession. Here are 5 reasons for you to read this book.

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