4 out of 4 stars
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Burn Zones by Jorge P. Newbery.
Jorge’s autobiography reads like a captivating fiction novel. It is a book filled with episodes of emotions, it makes you imagine been in Jorge’s shoes and how life was in the 80’s. It takes into consideration the changes and development in the world today. I fell inlove with the book over and over again. He was able to identify his strengths and weaknesses which I’ll recommend as a good character because most people even in the modern era have not been able to identify theirs.
It was an interesting self-improvement narrative, instead of stating the normal ways to overcome failure, he put it in a story which will be able to capture the young reader's attention. It was an awesome to teach by scenario book; I found myself eager to read it even whenever I was busy. So I will rate this book a 4 out of 4 stars. I will highly recommend this book to every reader it is an interesting book. This book is very thoughtful and insightful; it brings to light the part of businessmen that we never get to hear about.
The Burn Zones by Jorge P. Newbery. is applicable to everyone. The plot of the whole novel is very inspiring and to think that it even a real-life scenario makes it more exciting to read. It can be said that the book was exceptionally flawless. It will feel you up with courage and motivation. I found this book to be excellent and very engaging as I also got to learn new vocabulary from the use of old English. He writing style keeps the story moving forward, it doesn’t include so many details and it does not only apply to businesses but also life generally. The parts I love most about this book is how much his family supported him, the reference to the discrimination of the blacks and whites, the fact that pictures were used and his self-determination when he was a bike racer.
Burn Zones by Jorge P. Newbery. displays a young vibrant determined mind of Jorge from when he started selling newspapers to ice cream to music band to bike racer to real estate mogul. He threw himself at every opportunity he identified with a singular focus, and he was also selfless and he realized it will be a win-win situation if he could help people from his position, even when the ice storm wiped him out he refused to give up and kept trying to rescue the situation.
In summary, this is a great story full of drama, inspiration, and hope. And I will recommend it for all; if possible it can be made into a movie to inspire those who don’t read books.
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