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I don’t remember where I first read about this book, maybe a suggestion at Amazon? Anyway, I got it through a friend and started reading it two days ago. What an engaging and eye-opening book! Just cannot stop reading until my iPad runs out of battery! Even though this book is from 1985 and neuroscience has come a long way since then, the content remains relevant even today. I love Oliver Sacks‘ approach to understanding neurological issues especially from the patient’s perspective. Looking forward to reading more case studies from this book.

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Found about The 50th Law through 50 Cent‘s interview. This is a collab between Robert Greene and Fifty. Thought I’d give it a try. Finding Fifty’s part quite interesting. Only 48 more pages to go before I move on to our Book Club’s pick for this month 🙂

 

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Confession: I’m not a sci-fi fan. That’s why when one of our book club members recommended Foundation by Isaac Asimov, I was quite reluctant to read it. Still, in the true spirit of trying all sorts of books (that I probably won’t read on my own), I decided to give it a go. It took me some time to adjust to this book but after a few pages I got hooked. What an engaging book! Finished it before anyone else did 🙂 My favorite character – Hardin! Really loved his epigrams. This is the first Asimov book that I’ve read and now I’m all set for the second book in the Foundation series (as soon as I finish reading the book selected for this month).

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A visit to the Liberty Books outlet is never a waste of time. It’s the place that I cannot ignore. Ended up buying this book during my last visit to their outlet. I started reading this book on Mar 27th but had to stop due to work commitments. Hope to finish it over next few days.

Dr. Samer Nashef is a senior heart surgeon with special interest in the issues related to quality of care in heart surgery. His book The Naked Surgeon talks about the power and peril of transparency in medicine. His writing style is fluid and non-technical making the book accessible to general public. He is very logical and methodical in presenting his work which I loved. The topic itself is quite interesting. Enjoying this book a lot!

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Went to Dolmen Mall for something and stopped by at Liberty Books. As expected, I ended up buying 4 more books 🙂 Finished reading The World According to Anna by Jostein Gaarder yesterday and started How to be Bored by Eva Hoffman last night. Have read 20 pages so far and I’m hooked! Felt like she was talking about the issues I’ve been thinking about. Hoping to find some practical tips to try.

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So, when I went to Gloria Jean’s on Saturday to meet my friends, I didn’t remember that they now have a Liberty Books corner there. Obviously, I had to end up at that corner if I was in the cafe for 4 hours 🙂 Despite repeatedly telling myself not to buy any book as I already have too many unread ones at home, I ended up visiting the book corner and, finally, buying One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern. I would say that the book found me as I had never heard of Cecilia or her work 🙂 Started reading it last night and so far it’s been a good read. Have only finished the 2nd chapter but the plot has started to reveal itself. Hoping it will be a good read.

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