4 Best Selling Books @ 60% Discount

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Rich Dad Poor Dad

It is a book written by Robert Kiyasaki that focuses on financial literacy, financial independence, building wealth by investing in financial assets and increasing one’s financial intelligence. The author presents six essential lessons through this book which are – The rich don’t work for money, The importance of financial literacy, minding your own business, taxes and corporations, the rich invent money and the need to work to learn and not for money. Buy this book  and gain insight into the experience and tips from Robert Kiyasaki.


By Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
*Los Angeles Times bestseller*

“If hygge is the art of doing nothing, ikigai is the art of doing something—and doing it with supreme focus and joy.” —New York Post


By Michelle Obama
In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. As First Lady of the United States of America—the first African American to serve in that role—she helped create the most welcoming and inclusive White House in history, while also establishing herself as a powerful advocate for women and girls in the U.S. and around the world, dramatically changing the ways that families pursue healthier and more active lives, and standing with her husband as he led America through some of its most harrowing moments.


By Arundhati Roy
From the best-selling author of My Seditious Heart and the Ministry of Utmost Happiness, a new and pressing dispatch from the heart of the crowd and the solitude of the writer’s desk.
In this series of electrifying essays, Arundhati Roy challenges us to reflect on the meaning of freedom in a world of growing authoritarianism.
The essays include meditations on language, public as well as private, and on the role of fiction and alternative imaginations in these disturbing times.
The pandemic, she says, is a portal between one world and another. For all the illness and devastation it has left in its wake, it is an invitation to the human race, an opportunity, to imagine another world.




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9 reviews for 4 Best Selling Books @ 60% Discount

  1. Apurba Sarkar (Google book review retrieved)

    I think Rich Dad Poor Dad is a very well written book indeed as I have a clearer view on how to handle my own finance . This book had a clear cut on basic principle of what we need to have in our mindset to succeed . A person commented to go college and learn theory , I would say this book contain all those expensive colleges would offer to a student . I’ve start my first step in investment because of the inspiration of this book . All other criticizers are criticizing him to gain popularity , what a pathetic scene . T. Kiyosaki keep writing good books for the community no matter what the people says .

  2. Lavanya Murugaiyan (Google book review retrieved)

    Ikigai : Recently, I was in a pretty bad mental state; feeling low, useless and lost. I wanted a direction, and this book has now become my guiding light. If you are someone who always wondered about the secret to long, happy and organised life, this book, Ikigai, is all about it and more. It is written in an easy language and is very precise ( absolutely no nonsense). I have become a more positive and happy person, thanks to this wonderful book.

  3. Always INSPIRE (Google book review retrieved)

    Reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad is an amazing investment of time. You get more returns than your investment the moment you start devouring page after page of this book. For the beginners who desire to achieve economic prosperity, Kiyosaki offers workable insights based on real life experiences. It teaches us ideas about applied economics that should have been taught to us in schools or at home. The principles of financial literacy- Accounting, Investing, Understanding markets and relevant laws are explained in a way that even a layman can fully relate to them. The author emphasizes the importance of sound finances for a better meaningful life. He argues that while one may be academic genius, a topper, a gold medalist, there is every possibility of ending up as a failure without financial know-how. The book teaches the difference between assets and liabilities in a way we never imagined. The author says that while the rich invest in assets and let money work for them, the middle class invests in liabilities naively considering them as assets and work for money. For example, expensive house/car is a liability for rich and an asset for the poor. The rich take risk, but the poor always play safe when it comes to investment and returns. The rich create assets to pay their expenses, the poor balance income and expenses without ever pondering about it. The difference, the author says lies in thinking. “If you have to invest in something, invest in financial literacy”, the author asserts. It is lack of financial literacy that middle class salaried people think Mutual funds as a safe option for investment, reposing more faith in the fund manager than their own understanding of finances. All this, the author mentions, was taught to him by his rich dad, a man whom he met in childhood. The Poor Dad tells him “I can’t afford it”, while as Rich Dad teaches him “How I can afford it.” This difference of mindset between the two Dads emerges from an understanding of finances. He expects his experiences will help others in arriving at better financial decisions.

    However, i would like to add that after reading this book, i also read The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason. First of all, Clason’s book is a masterpiece. I don’t know why people who suggest things like ‘five books you must read before you die’ never bother to mention Clason’s book. You can’t compare Clason with any other author on the same subject when it comes to language, expression, thought and message. Infact, after reading Clason, i thought for a moment that Rich Dad Poor Dad is inspired to a great extent by the theme of the Clason classic.
    To anyone who is interested in reading Rich Dad Poor Dad, which by the way every person must read, i would suggest reading The Richest Man in Babylon first.

    Thank you.

  4. Anusuya Bhattacharyya (Google book review retrieved)

    Michelle Obama is inspirational. She is cool. She has an unique fashion sense. Everyone knows that. What Becoming shows is the depth of her wisdom and honest self reflection. Michelle’s world view is deeply compassionate, genuinely honest, and will instill warmth in your heart. However, it’s not a bit overly sweet or sugar coated.

    The realities of life, the disappointments, the poignant moments when a family member struggles with ill health, it is all there. The harsh words from a counselor which instilled self doubt, the struggles of a working mother, the enormity of the Presidential victory, and the attendant burden of responsibility have been clearly portrayed. Honest dissection of personal mistakes makes us identify her as “one of us.”

    Michelle Obama moved from the rugged yet vibrant neighborhood of Chicago to the hallowed halls of Princeton and Harvard. She has the articulation of a true student of those exalted halls of learning, without the exclusivity or snobbishness which could so easily have accompanied such an achievement. This book could have been written only by someone educated in the truest sense, someone who thinks with incisive logic and feels from the depth of the heart.

    This book is full of moments, moments of triumph, moments of struggle, moments of frustration, moments of humor and family bonding. I encourage you to dip into it, and take away any insights you may wish to use.

    I found many, and I will re-read it in many stages of my life when I need to see the world through the eyes of goodness and wisdom. This book is precious. Thank you Michelle.

  5. Abhik Ganguly (Google book review retrieved)

    Arundhati Roy undoubtedly has literary qualities of the highest order and a lot of things she points out might indeed ring a bell even in the most mediocre of minds. But what might bother readers is instead of a balanced approach, she often relies on the rhetorical approach of SJWs, which personally she is obviously entitled to but as an ‘intellectual’, it becomes a bit hollow and empty, much like John Lennon’s ‘Sometime in New York City’.

  6. Shobha Venkatesha (Google book review retrieved)

    About Becoming :
    “If you don’t get out there and define yourself, you will be quickly and inaccurately defined by others.”

    This is just one of the quotes from the book ‘ Becoming by Michelle Obama ‘. I just wish this phenomenal book would never end cause every moment of Michelle’s life is worth something to learn about.
    She has walked us through her entire journey from being a little girl from the south side of Chicago till her last day in the White House.
    She met Barack in her office whom she had to mentor, as they started working they became close friends. Friendship blossomed into love. Their deep connection in love, trust in each other’s capabilities, challenges encountered together brought them success in their endeavors.
    There is no handbook for the incoming First Lady. It’s technically not a job or an official government title. But, certainly there was an inclination to engage actively and work towards achieving measurable results.
    Being a First Lady, it was never a bed of roses as she had to strike a balance between family, friends and work. She worked as a role model and aimed to eradicate problems such as obesity, poverty, irregularities in the education system and supported causes like the importance of nutrition and fitness regime.

    There is so much truth and integrity and raw emotions to be pointed out in this book. There is truly something in these pages that makes a person challenge oneself to BECOME more.

    Definitely worth reading

  7. Vasava Jayesh (Google book review retrieved)

    Azadi : I think if those facts are worthy to compose a movie then it should be composed on this Book.

    One of books is covered all heart-breaking facts of freedom and struggle and movements, and strickes.

    Thank you.

  8. Khan Shabir (Google book review retrieved)

    Azadi is a seriously good read. Gave me goosebumps while I reflected on the chapters of the book.

  9. Saanvi Subramanian (Google book review retrieved)

    Becoming Book Report :

    Recently, I finished reading Michelle Obama’s memoir, Becoming, and it taught me a lot about hard work and the journey to success. This book was eye-opening and inspiring, giving me a glimpse into how much work it takes to become successful and all the struggles along the way. It amazed me how she went from living in a little Chicago apartment to studying at Princeton and Harvard, and ultimately becoming the First Lady.

    The book is divided into 3 categories each portraying different stages of her life : Becoming Me, Becoming Us, and Becoming More. Becoming Me gave insight into Michelle Obama’s past and her backstory. I enjoyed reading about Michelle’s childhood and seeing her development from a child to an adult. I saw a lot of determination and perfectionism even in her early days. I found myself often wanting to be her friend, due to her great attitude, personality, and charm.

    Becoming Us explores the next chapter of her life in university and her meeting Barack Obama. In this section, Michelle described how she felt like an outsider since she was one of the few black students in the school. Luckily, she was able to find good friendships and relations, including Barack Obama.

    Finally, Becoming More is about her life in politics and becoming the FLOTUS. In this bittersweet section, Michelle describes all of the struggles of being in the spotlight and having your voice heard. She gives advice about dealing with criticism and how to be confident. My favorite quote from this book is: “If you don’t get out there and define yourself, you will be quickly and inaccurately defined by others.”

    Michelle wrote this book in such a compelling and engrossing way that I found myself rooting for the Obama family in all of their adventures. I never knew about all of the sacrifices the family had to make in order to even have a chance at winning the election.

    This book taught me about hardships and success. There will always be an easy way out of hard work, but to be successful, we need to push through our limits, no matter what other people think. Michelle Obama’s journey greatly inspired me to follow my dreams and push through my difficulties. She is someone who never gives up and powers through any situation, and I greatly admire that about her.

    I would 110% recommend this book to anyone and everyone with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Thank you for reading this report.

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