Non- Fiction

Fitness Powered Brains by Chong Chen (Book Review #232)

This review was kindly requested by Chong Chen. Fitness powered brains is a short book revolutionizing the field of physical fitness and brain science. The book provides strategies to strengthen the brain and by doing so, increase productivity. It also subsequently, assists with the coping methods and reduces stress. The intention of the author, I believe, is to assist the reader in achieving a better life and providing a more successful way of living. He believes that fit people are more effective, []

Your Ultimate ACT Prep Book by Ashleigh Owens (Book Review #233)

This review was kindly requested by Ashleigh Owens.  Your Ultimate ACT prep book is written with the intention to provide the best strategy and work ethic to increase your score. ACT is divided into four multiple choice subject tests: English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning. Subject test scores range from 1 to 36; all scores are integers. The book is like a test prep course without the expensive costs. What I liked about the book was that it is integrated into four chapters []

Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life (Book Review #189)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Immediacy is a non-fiction – Psychology – Social Science book written about ways of which we can cope in everyday life. The book begins with informing us that from the day we are born, every single one of us must cope with the world we live in. Based on how effective with cope, we succeed to []

Reincarnation by Tabitha Zalot (Book Review #190)

This review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. Reincarnation is a non- fiction- semi-religious book written about Karma and what happens after death. The author believes that there are seven levels of astral worlds where people have to evolve through different lives until they reach the level of Karma, which can liberate them from the reincarnation cycle. I found the book to lack major references and substantial evidence to suggest the opinions mentioned in the content. There are some indications []

The Psychosomatics of An Eye Disease – Keratoconus Written by Dr. James Okun

It is time for James Okun to pick our brain and inform us on some important medical matters. You can show your support by buying his books or leaving a comment here if you like- Jeyran Main James D. Okun, MD is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Duke University and of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is the co-author of The History of New Innovations in Modern Medicine: New Thought and the Threat to Traditional Medicine []