Book reviews

The Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama (Part 1)

Barack Obama has to go down in time as the coolest President ever. Not just because he successfully created an aura of simplicity around him, but also because he writes like pro. The Audacity...

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 sometimes nudge us in the right direction to our goals,...

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Of all the books on financial independence and wealth accumulation, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is probably one of the most popular. Asides being a bestseller, it is also one of the most criticized; you...

Thoughts from a Wealthy Perspective by Sam Egube

‘Thoughts from a Wealthy Perspective’ is a unique self-help/ success oriented piece. Its uniqueness lies in its view of the principles regarding wealth accumulation as well as its presentation methodology. For one who has...

Book Review- Your Right to Write

So I heard about this site through a friend and was duly welcomed with an eBook on writing. Out of curiosity and being a sucker for books, I read the sparse 63-paged piece in about...

“Who moved my Cheese? An amazing way to deal with change in your work...

Who moved my Cheese is one book that completely explains the concept of change in the most simplified terms possible. The paperback version of the book had only 32 pages but explicitly explained the...

Homo Superior: Emergence by Akinwaleola Afonja

Homo Superior: Emergence, is the first part of a two-part series on what the author calls “the seven pillars of destiny”. These pillars include: Capacity Building, Dynamic Communication, Superior Sexuality, Strategic Relationships, Millennial Leadership,...

You are too gifted to be poor by Hilton Etakoh

“You are too gifted to be poor” is an all-encompassing book on self-development as well as talent development that seeks to nudge the reader into consciously aiming high in order to secure long-term wealth....

The Power Review

About the Author Rhonda Byrne is an Australia born author and movie producer. She is widely known for her books: The Secret, The Power, The Magic, and Hero, as well as The Secret film. The...

Lonely Roads by William Ifeanyi Moore

Lonely roads is a book by the Nigerian Pharmacist and writer William Ifeanyi Moore, that vividly describes the reality of slavery, ethnicity, gender inequality, oppression and the evils of ignorance in some traditional methods....

Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

Eat Pray Love is a memoir on one woman's search for everything Across Italy, India, and Indonesia. Being a memoir, the details and happenings are as real as Elizabeth Gilbert lets us believe. I...

The Survival Mindset: A Systematic Approach to Combating Corruption in Nigeria by Arnold Obomanu

Corruption is one problem that has eaten its way into so many clusters, institutions, and countries. In Nigeria, it has clogged the very heart of the economic and socio-political system, causing more wrong than...

Book Review- The Art of War

The Art of War is a compilation of timeless war strategies. Written by Sun-Tzu during the sixth century BC, the book comprises 170 pages broken into 13 chapters, solely devoted to the concept of...

The 6 “Baddest” laws of Power: The 48 laws of Power by Robert Greene

The 48 laws of power, to me, is one of the greatest books…of all time. Robert Greene covers every aspect required for those who crave power, at whatever hierarchy they find themselves in life....

The Smart Money Woman by Arese Ugwu

The Smart Money Woman, is a book on personal finance and financial freedom that nudges readers into developing positive money habits. While the basis upon which the lessons are formed are entirely fictional, every...

Book Review: SuperGirl 2 SuperWoman

Supergirl 2 SuperWoman is a book by the award winning mentor, Sheun Oke. The book comprises 11 chapters with a total of 113 pages. The idea behind this piece, is fuelled the author’s passion...

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 self-disappointment even. However, self-deceit is an even worse option. Over...

EBooks or Paper Books: A Peace Treaty

Growing up, reading was simply a forced habit. My dad had the ‘motivational father thing’ going on and, as expected, wanted his kids to join in on it. We had shelves upon shelves of...

How Intelligence Kills by Okechukwu Ofili

‘How intelligence Kills’ is simply the most hilarious and controversial book I have read this year. It somehow manages to tackle hardcore issues like Religion, Gender gap conflicts, Corruption, Illiteracy and tons of other...

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 mysterious it seemed. The book was carefully sealed in a...

The Memory Book by Harry Lorayne & Jerry Lucas

The Memory Book is a book on enhancing one’s long and short term memory through the aid of imaginative systems or methods. Basically, it is a book about mnemonics that seeks to completely stop...

Book review: Lucky or Smart by Bo Peabody

Lucky or Smart is one book that completely challenged my regular thinking pattern. For a book with only 58 ‘tiny-lettered’ pages, it provides practical knowledge required by any business person or aspiring entrepreneur to...

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich is one of the greatest and most influential books ever written. With over 15 million copies sold and a number of revisions by various authors and elites; this book remains...

Book Review- The Richest Man in Babylon

“The Richest Man in Babylon” is a compilation of invaluable laws and principles of gold, unraveled from the fallen Babylonian Empire. The 186-paged book, written by George S. Clason, consists of stories of wealth...

Bringing Down The House by Ben Mezrich

‘Bringing Down The House’, is one book that showed me how truth can indeed be stranger than fiction. This piece, is a novel-like reportage of the true story of six MIT students who milked...