Published: 25 October 2017
“From a renowned IP Attorney, Professor and Author comes a fast paced legal thriller!
The Dravidian tribe in the Western Ghats holds the key to ancient knowledge capable of redefining the fundamentals of modern medicine. When an army of Bio Pirates descend on them, the warrior tribe is faced with an adversary that must be taken down at all costs to avoid complete destruction. The last weapon in the Dravidian arsenal is Arjun Mamidi, a young, blind lawyer.
Q. Hi Jyotika, and thank you for agreeing this interview. Tell us a little about yourself and your background?
Hi. A voracious reader, ardent writer, passionate teacher, movie buff, shopaholic, zealous dancer are few ways I would like to describe myself. I enjoy the simple pleasures of life and create value in every situation.
Pages: 624, Kindle Edition
Published: 21st November 2017, by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Cover Rating: 5/5 (hint: something is in symmetry, see carefully)
I get excited when I hear Tim Ferriss is going to release a new book. The guy knows what to write, or at least how to present information in terms of mere words. Last year, I spent 18 days on his Tools of Titans which came out in the month of December. I haven’t spent more than 15 days on Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. Tim’s books tend to cover a vast amount of information that is not easy for a human brain to process. After putting my nose in his other books such as The 4 Hour Work Week and The 4 Hour Body earlier this year, I had a plan.
Pages: 224, Kindle Edition
Published: January 2002
Cover Rating: 3/5
“Long-term travel isn’t about being a college student; it’s about being a student of daily life. Long-term travel isn’t an act of rebellion against society; it’s an act of common sense within society. Long-term travel doesn’t require a massive “bundle of cash”; it requires only that we walk through the world in a more deliberate way.”
Rolf Potts travelled more than 60 countries across six continents. He is the author of Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel, a book that fascinated me a for long time before I decided to finally give it a read. All that excitement was worth.
In past few weeks as the device I own has begin to age, I encountered some tiny glitches while reading books on my Kindle. May be it is the last update (5.8.1) that I recently got, which sucks and due that the device is a bit of unstable. Irrespective of the cause, there are some problems you are going to encounter if you own and use the Kindle device for reading books.
Cannot Connect to WiFi
Yes, yes. It happens. But you cannot leave your device always on WIFI mode. It will suck out the battery. Keep device on the airplane mode for proper battery output. Use WiFi, when necessary.
What if doesn’t work? You can’t see a WiFi network in the network list, or you can’t connect to a WiFI that you can see on the network list. In this case, consider restarting your kindle.
Pages: 446, Kindle Edition
Cover Rating: 3/5
Boomerang by Temba Magorimbo is based in Africa and is one those few novels that I have read that allows me to explore the enormous continent. The novel is a unique in many ways with a good start that allows the reader like myself to indulge in it from page one.