Reviews by lata agarwal
On 1/6 lata agarwal wrote: This book was not exactly what I thought it was going to be. It was better! It makes you want to make a difference in your way of life- but the way is not as challenging or difficult as one may assume. The book reaffirms my faith in God and the Supreme Power (Christ/Allah/Ram whatever) and make you feel ... Outlive Your Life (Book Review)
On 10/11 lata agarwal wrote: I am not very fond of military warfare, so picking up this book was a very different choice for me. The book is a great introduction on Patton's life, his military strategy and his impact on modern war. I liked the perspective this author took in sticking to facts instead of the movie persona of ... Patton (Book Review)
On 7/26 lata agarwal wrote: This book by Max Lucado is definitely a one-time read. It's perfect for people who are going through a rough patch and maybe even for those who want to regain their faith in God. But don't pick up the book in case you expect something wild or fun (The lovely cover of the book drew me to it first).I liked ... Fearless!
On 5/15 lata agarwal wrote: Never Let You Go is Erin Healy's first solo fiction novel. The book revolves around Lexi Solomon, who's family was torn apart 7 years ago. She has somehow managed to hold on and salvage whatever she could out of life. But suddenly, everything seems to be coming back. Her husband (who abandoned her) has ... Never Let You Go- Book Review
On 4/7 lata agarwal wrote: I'm normally not much into non-fiction, but this book by Maxwell was really really good! The author takes us through 5 Connecting Principles and 5 Connecting Practices of people who are top-achievers. Basically, if one can learn how to communicate well, you can get your idea across to your friends, peers, ... Book Review- Everyone Communicates, Few Connect
On 3/10 lata agarwal wrote: Contractor Roy Hallums recounts the harrowing ten months he was held captive by Iraqi insurgents, the heroic rescue by American troops, and the faith that helped him survive it all.One day when Hallums was working late at his office in Iraq four kidnappers broke in and hauled him away at gunpoint. The ... Book Review- Buried Alive
On 2/13 lata agarwal wrote: The book is awesome reading. It's a firsthand account from Dr. Nick, who was Elvis Presley's doctor for ten years. He tells his side of the story - about the sudden death of Elvis- The King of Rock n Roll. I think the story was quite enlightening, and gives a vivid description of the life of Elvis, through ... What really happened to Elvis- Book Review