Category Archives: Book Review

Book Review – The Prince (Niccolò Machiavelli)

About the Author Niccolò Machiavelli is one of the finest plants to have grown in the extraordinarily fertile soil of Renaissance Florence, the city where he was born on May 3, 1469, and died on June 22, 1527. Like many of the other great artists, thinkers, and statesmen of his time, Machiavelli did not come from one of… Read More »

Book Review: Behind Closed Doors

The novel Behind Closed Doors is written by Ngaire Thomas, which got published in New Zealand. The novel revolves around the Exclusive Brethren and provides an extensive description of what all is happening behind the doors of Exclusive Brethren. There are a lot of questions which are left unanswered. The book tries to find the answer to one… Read More »

Book Review: A Feast of Vultures by Josey Joseph

“A Feast of Vultures by Josy Joseph” deals with “The hidden business of democracy in India.” Looking at the contents of the book, it is hard to believe that it belongs to the non-fiction genre. From a story about a small village that needs roads and a hospital to one about high profile business rivalries and shady politics,… Read More »