Breaking Braydon written by MK Harkins makes an absolutely interesting read that kept me hooked to the book throughout. Though the subject is a time tested one, his approach to the subject keeps us guessing and provides the required push to keep it reading till the end. This review is by our book reviewer, Saradha Sankar, an aspiring author.
Braydon Decker, the self-made playboy billionaire neither stays with a woman for more than 6 hours nor takes her home. His past has scarred him making him lose belief in beautiful girls. Then he meets Jain Parker.
Surviving by Michelle Leigh is a romantic novel with few thriller elements and a generous helping of sacrifice, betrayal, friendship and more. The story begins with the childhood of Emma and her twin brother Danny and the hardships they underwent due to the earlier demise of their mother and the miserable time they have with their father.
Six years later, Emma joins as a temporary assistant in one of the most prestigious companies in the country, Alexander Marketing Corporation. She reports to the Head of the Department of Sales, Jack Stewart. This sets the story rolling and her life undergoes a change to begin a roller coaster ride.
Have we ever wondered how it would actually feel like to be your own boss? How is it that you end up becoming one from being a well-paid employee? It is the crux behind the selective self-help book titled Let’s Do This- An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Knowing When to Quit Your Day Job. Written by A J Johnston, this is a live account of how a highly successful working couple made a mountain out of a molehill with their entrepreneurial venture. With feel good style of writing and looking every bit an experience, many career-focused couples with a budding entrepreneurial idea would do well to consider this a learner’s guide as to how to effective initiate the process, if not follow it to the dot.
This book is written for a young adult and has all the elements to make it interesting. ChennaiFocus thought it is more appropriate to have this book reviewed by a young adult. This review on the book is by a young adult Aeldra Brown.
I enjoyed Satellite: Satellite trilogy very much. This book, Part 1, is the story of a dead man, Grant Bradley who is still not able to digest the fact that he is in a place called Progression aka After death world, far away from his fiancée Tatum Jacoby. He is perplexed to learn that he is chosen before his birth by the scheduler to become a Satellite, whose job is to take care of a person living on earth and save them from the wrath of their own decisions.