I’m from a poor country where people don’t read a lot (don’t wanna say at all), but yet when a challenge such as #bookchallenege goes on in social media you’re impressed with numerous book-titles people share. One of my friends once said ‘now I understand why we are not so developed country – because we are busy reading books’ – very ironic indeed, but clever too. I truly believe that if people in my country would read half of the titles they shared in facebook only we would be a more developed country. Reading grows you professionally, it opens your mind, it enriches you vocabulary, and it makes you feel worth.
My father is one of the people who always read. Since I was a kid until now I never say his hands without a book (journal, newspaper). Fortunately he inherited his passion to me. I’m in love with reading; books are my best –best friends. You will find me reading different type of books from romantic novels to professionalized book on economy, energy, engineering, etc.
Whenever I want to choose a book to read I go online and search for book reviews, and most of the time I check both the highest and poorest ranked reviews, because I know the truth lies somewhere in the middle. Most of the types I was not disappointed from my choices. Book reviews not only help you understand the content of the book, but also within the line you see the written style and emotional ties it leaves behind.
There are plenty of blogs and journals devoted to book reviews, and I’m not a professional in this regard, but I want to share with you my opinion on some of the selected books from my library. I’m sure it will help you understand the emotions and messages it leaves behind, but I must admit the idea behind it is for you to go and read the book and come back to my site and start a discussion with me – because there are no two person who read the same book.