Category: Humanities & Social Sciences

KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)

Kings, conquerors, psychopaths is a non-fiction, historical book providing us a realistic look at how leaders and rulers brutally controlled us and how many of the same characteristics are displayed in the tyrants and cooperations we have today. The book introduces us to a… Continue Reading “KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)”

Lessons from the Len Master by Ron Zayas (Book Review #810)

Lessons from the Len Master is a self-help book designed to help the reader achieve tremendous success in life and business and learn how to negotiate things ethically.

Unchecked Capitalism is Killing us! By Earl Rynerson (Book Review #822)

Unchecked Capitalism is killing us, has been written to educate the reader about the direct harm that unrestrained Capitalism has on the Americans. The author takes his time to make sure nothing is left unsaid. The validation of the spoken words are highly referenced… Continue Reading “Unchecked Capitalism is Killing us! By Earl Rynerson (Book Review #822)”

How to Heal by Jessi Beyer (Book Review #717)

How to heal is a self-help book mentioning nine therapy methods assisting the reader in letting go of their life drama and finding peace within.

The Poop Diaries by Abby Ross (Book Review #694)

The poop diaries is a non-fictional collection of stories from plumbers about their most hilarious, disgusting, frightening and memorable experiences making service calls. You would expect the book to be filled with poop stories, but it is not. Aside from the humor and the… Continue Reading “The Poop Diaries by Abby Ross (Book Review #694)”

Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess (Book Review #688)

Taking action for a better tomorrow is a book written from a common man seeking to assist the human race is surviving and advancing society, humanity and the world. His view is an observational one and begins with him expressing the change that has… Continue Reading “Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess (Book Review #688)”

FORGET NORMS – “A Provocative Reasoning” by Neville Diony (Book Review #698)

Forget norms is a self-help book about personal growth and creating new thoughts. The work also touches on social, environmental issues such as being a good Samaritan and assisting citizens in need. The effects of being a people’s pleaser and the ways humans react… Continue Reading “FORGET NORMS – “A Provocative Reasoning” by Neville Diony (Book Review #698)”

Productive People Primer: Practical Pointers You Must Follow to Increase Drive and Focus by Marvin Mills (Book Review #694)

Productive people primer is a self-help book written with the intention to assist the reader in understanding how to become more self-reliant, goal-oriented and successful in life.

Living Lightly – Bring Happiness and Calm to Your Everyday by Dale Curd and Kimberly Alexander (Book Review #680)

Living lightly is a self-help book written about ways to create happiness and calmness into your life. It approaches the matter by initially identifying that things are not going well. It asks you to step back and have a different look at the situation… Continue Reading “Living Lightly – Bring Happiness and Calm to Your Everyday by Dale Curd and Kimberly Alexander (Book Review #680)”