Book Reviews

So many books, so little time! Isn’t it?

To save you from the trouble, read the review before you select your next read. Or may be check out the book reviews and if they sound interesting and prominent to you, you can add it up on your wish list.

Under this section, you will find honest and independent book reviews by me. However, if there are any paid collaborations, I will always put a disclaimer about the same. Kindly note that paid collaborations does not mean that my views will be adulterated. If I disliked a book, I will be very transparent about it.

Book Reviews

Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

The questions discussed in the book are absurd yet very interesting. My favorite chapter was the one where the correlation was discussed between legalizing abortion and the crime rate with fell drastically all of a sudden. Another one to mention was the correlation between the money spent during elections and the chances of

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