Book Reviews


Book of the Month: Joy Iseki’s Live Your Younique Life

In a world that is constantly telling you how to dress, talk, smile, eat, and even identify, Joy Iseki’s Live Your Younique Life is a beacon in the darkness. In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” […]


Book Review: Phoenix; Rising from the Ashes of Defeat

At some point in our lives, we’ve had to battle depression in one way or another. Life, for all its beauty, can also be a quagmire and takes a toll on everyone of us. However, it is not whether or not you are challenged, rather, it is how you rise to it. Phoenix: Rising from […]


Book Review: You and Your Mindset by Edirin Edewor

Life is an eternal quest for success. From the Tower of Babel to modern-day economies, man has always sought to better himself. Like most things, self –improvement is easier said than done. This is where You and Your Mindset comes into play. If experience is the best teacher, then Edirin Edewor is the best choice […]


Book Review: Courtship 101 by Tunde Awoyele

Like rain, tax, or weeds growing up through the pavement cracks, sooner or later it has to come into effect. At some point we all feel a special connection to another person which surpasses the mundane nature of everyday relationships. Human existence is bordered on the bond we form with the world around us. The […]


Talent Management by Kenneth Adeyemi; Book review

Talent Management One major problem which faces any society today is the issue of untapped potential; Talent Management. Nothing is more frustrating than having talents one is unable to harness fully. To freely paraphrase Shakespeare, people suffer not from lack of talent, but from lack of the illness which should attend it. The illness is […]


Book Review; The Adventures of Nihu by Omoruyi Uwugiaren

I believe it was Stephen King who said something about writers holding the power of creating worlds in their hands. The Adventures of Nihu provides quintessential proof of that statement. Not only has the author managed to tell a story that covers all the facets of human endeavor, he has very much birthed his own […]


Book Review – Little Me Big Them by Obidigbo Chisom

Little Me BIG THEM is a very intriguing and mind-liberating book for those suffering from the topic of discussion in this book. In a generation where youths are seen to be wasted and visionless (and to some extent, this is true), Chisom comes in with an exquisite book that seems to tackle one of the major […]


Book Review: Eat Fit: A nutritional blueprint for healthy living

Some believe properly balanced diet keeps you going while others believe when you eat well you live well. Whatever you believe, it has been sufficiently established that eating fit could be learned and mastered, and we could all improve our health and also take note of our eating habits. In Eat Fit: A nutritional blueprint […]

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