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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (17 of 17)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 799,385 - Total Helpful Votes: 17 of 17
From Good to Amazing - No Bullshit Tips for the Li&hellip by Michael Serwa
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well pleased E11, 31 Aug 2013
I found myself so engrossed in it that I missed my train yesterday.

It was a powerful and engaging experience for folk just like you and me , who would like to be better individuals but do indeed sometimes need a swift proverbial motivational kick in the posterior , to shock us just enough to get us up and running ,leaving behind our comfort zones

Most striking for me was how well and concisely it has been written, in clear cut B.S. free zone language

The layout is uber user friendly ; short rapid fire high value bite sized chapters

So if I like me you happen to have several books on the go.. you can easily dip in and out of it with ease,… Read more
Bwana Karani by Mervyn Maciel
Bwana Karani by Mervyn Maciel
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
To meet author Mervyn Maciel in print or even better in person, is to have an uncommon privilege ,as the great Bwana himself take you on a safari down the poignant memory lane of the frontiers of colonial East Africana as it comes up sharp against the dawn of post colonialism.

He is that rare bird, the humble home spun chronicler, penning unflinching yet nostalgic homage to an era gone forever.To relive those days through the pages of this gem is to discover a sensitive caring man's tribute to the place of his birth and the peoples ,cultures and environments that shaped,honed and influenced him.
City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi by William Dalrymple
City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi by William Dalrymple
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Short of catching the first thing smoking to Delhi, this is as good as it gets ,ensconsced as I am in my hammmock.....!

Gently unravelling and revealing the timeless rituals , sounds , odours and pulse of the tapestry that is Delhi , William D.steers you gently down history's cobwebbed backstreets.

As a global citizen of Indo-Lusitanian ancestry I find it both humbling and inspiring that a Scotsman has opened my eyes to the mystique of the legacy that some of them helped create and for that I'm forever indebted .

If he has not already been granted the freedom of the city , he should be ...!