“Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” by Bryan Stevenson, one of the most influential and brilliant lawyers, is one of the best-sellers in the U.S. and is also considered as one of the best books of the year. The book won the Carnegie Medal for Nonfiction. This book is about the justice system, and fixing the broken system of justice.
Bryan Stevenson grew up in Delaware. He studied at Harvard Law School. After that he started representing poor clients. In the young age, Bryan Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative to help most desperate, needy, and poor people, and those people, who have wrongly been condemned. The initiative also tried to help women and children facing problems in the present justice system. One of those cases was that of Walter McMillian, who was sentenced to die for a murder, he said he didn’t commit. That case helped Bryan to explore more conspiracies, legal brinksmanship, and political machination, and changed his view about justice and mercy forever. Continue reading “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” by Bryan Stevenson – A review→
“The Glass Castle: A Memoir” is a book written by Jeannette Walls, an American writer and journalist. She is a regular contributor to MSNBC.com. The book is one of the best-sellers in the U.S. and has reached best-selling rank in “Biographies and Memoirs”. This book, a sensitive and thoughtful memoir tells the story of a woman (the author), who lived a nomadic life with her family, which was a kind of dysfunctional family. However, with persistence, determination and intelligence, she was able to move out of that hopeless condition. Continue reading “The Glass Castle: A Memoir” by Jeannette Walls – A Review→
Faraday Future is a California-based automaker. Jia Yueting, the founder of LEtv (which is also known as Netflix of China) is supporting the company. The company is also thinking of opening a $1 billion production plant in Nevada, where it will concentrate on the production of self-driving electric vehicle.
This year in January at Consumer Electrics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the company introduced its 750 kW, 320 km/h, futuristic looking single-seat concept car, the FFZero1. The company noted, “It is more than a concept car—it is a car of concepts.” Continue reading FFZERO1 Concept car by Faraday Future→
The term “outliers” refers to the brightest and the best people, and who can achieve a high level of success by stepping out from the main thinking, i.e. they think differently. In the book, Gladwell tells about the factors that are mostly responsible for high levels of success. The author tells that we usually give too much attention to the characteristics of successful people, but we often forget to give attention to other important factors such as culture, family, and generation of successful people. While describing the factors behind the success of people, Gladwell also discusses the secrets of software billionaires, great soccer players, good mathematical abilities of Asians, and greatest rock bands. Continue reading “Outliers: The Story of Success” by Malcolm Gladwell – A review→
Thousands of people in the present era are working on helping others through personal finance books. Main points in almost all of them include less spending, more saving, better investing, getting out of debt, and solving other such financial issues. However, the book “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill has presented those things in a way that none other book can. The book was among the best-selling books of all time. Continue reading “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill – A review→
“When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi is among the bestsellers in the U.S. Kalanithi was an Indian American and was the son of a doctor. He had almost completed his decade of training as a neurosurgeon. This was really a hard profession to do as doctors in this profession see the life, the death, and the worsening of life of patients, and all this lies in few millimeters of cutting. For example, few millimeters of wrong incisions by surgeons could result in huge problems in the life of patients. Kalanithi was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic lung cancer and died at the age of 37 years. Continue reading Paul Kalanithi’s “When Breath Becomes Air” – A review→