Letters from a Stoic

5/10 The Book in 3 Points Should You Read It? Some great points, but it is mostly repeats with unfollowable rambling, further complicated by difficult language. It was somewhat funny at points which was surprisingly nice. I found myself losing track of his points throughout the text. If you are Read more…

A Guide to the Good Life

4/10 The Book in 3 Points Should You Read It? The book relays the points of stoicism nicely, however, mainly rewriting of original concepts. You are better off reading the source materials from Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, and Epictetus. He is a good writer and relays the essential points nicely. However, Read more…

Meditations

8/10 The Book in 3 Points Should You Read It? One of the most hyped stoicism texts there is, and rightfully so. The middle, however, was dull and highly repetitive. If the book was just the first two chapters and the last two chapters, it would be a 10/10. The Read more…

Vagabonding

8/10 The Book in Three Points Should You Read it? How do you live in different countries across the world out of only a backpack? Do you even want to do that? This book inspired me to plan a 6-week trip to Buenos Aires and a 10-week trip to Italy, Read more…

Steve Jobs

9/10 The Book in Three Points The Review Recently, I’ve been reading a lot of biographies. Anne Franke, Benjamin Franklin, and Leonardo Da Vinci are all excellent. This is one of the best ones I’ve read; maybe it’s because this biography is more relatable. Steve Jobs only died ten years Read more…

Musashi

10/10 When I was a teenager, never did I ever think I would read a 1000-page historical fiction but, but I did and oh boy, am I so glad I did. Musashi is one of the best books I have read in a long time. A tranquil yet exciting book Read more…

Open

9/10 Emotional, gripping, and somber, why is it that all good artists have some aspect of sadness in their life? Open, an autobiography of Andre Agassi, chronicles his fantastic tennis career as he became one of the best tennis players ever, all the while “hating tennis.” Andre’s book, in the Read more…