I categorize How I Built This as an inspirational book authored for aspiring entrepreneurs, instead of an entrepreneurial book of any other category. The book latches on the “formula” used by some of the world’s most renowned entrepreneurs to set their businesses off the ground. Each chapter and section is split into the chronological order
I was able to convince my mom to accompany me around the metro to go shopping (lol, right?). After our endless walking in Robinson’s Galleria, we ended up in Pho Bac for some snack.
Eleanor & Park is about two star-crossed teenagers, Eleanor and Park- who- despite knowing first love almost never lasts, were still brave enough to try. This book reminds us of our good old days at 16, when we thought falling in love was the best feeling ever. Rating: 4.5/5 (Click for rating system) ◊ Eleanor &
Eats, Shoots & Leaves isn’t exactly a grammar book, but a point of view on the current grammatical state of today in a witty and delightful way. A thing or two to learn about proper grammar and how important they are is what to expect in this book. Rating: 4/5 (Click for rating system) ◊ Eats,
Starters revolves around teenager Callie, who’s only hope to live is through an odd organization, Prime Destination. These teenage bodies are rented out to seniors who want to be young again. But after a malfunction in the neurochip from her rental, she wakes up in the life of the renter. Rating: 4/5 (Click for rating system) Other
The First Phone Call from Heaven revolves around some “chosen” people who received a special call from their dead loved ones. The grieving single father Sully is determined to find out if the whole thing is a miracle or a massive hoax. Rating: 4/5 (Click for rating system) Other famous books by Mitch Albom: Tuesdays