Review of Tram 83 by Fiston Mwanza Mujila

“There are certain books you read in sobriety, and Tram 83 is not one of them.” That was my tweet, barely halfway into reading this...

Born A Crime By Trevor Noah

With Trevor Noah, you already know what to expect – rib-cracking laughter from his witty jokes as well as little dabs of information and...

David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants...

Another masterpiece from the author of Tipping Point and Outliers, ‘David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants’ takes an unconventional...

Nairobi Heat by Mukoma Wa Ngugi

*Re-posted from 2018's lost files* I stumbled on this book, Nairobi Heat by Mukoma Wa Ngugi, at a bookstore and was simply enchanted by how...

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

In all my many years of reading books, one of the most prominent authors I have heard about time and again, is Malcolm Gladwell....

Tested by Alpesh Patel

The beauty of biographies and autobiographies, is that they show us relatable stories and teach us life's lessons in its crudest form. They also...

33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene

As a few of us know, I’m an obsessed fan of Robert Greene. So, forgive me for whatever form of bias I put up...

To the books I just could not complete

As a consistent reader or reviewer, the inability to see a book through to finish is kind of a let-down – a level of...

Inferno by Dan Brown

Fiction spiced up with fact, is undoubtedly the best kind of fiction there is. This is the modus operandi of Dan Brown. While his...