Review by Senti Longkumer -- And Then I Met Margaret

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Review by Senti Longkumer -- And Then I Met Margaret

Post by Senti Longkumer » 19 Feb 2018, 08:56

[Following is a volunteer review of "And Then I Met Margaret" by Rob White.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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And then I met Margaret was written by Rob white, who is a philosopher, storyteller, author and inspirational speakers. The book consist of events from the narrator's life and each chapter has a lesson to teach the readers.

The book comprises of 21 chapters and each one closes with a myth he once believed in and then the reality he discovered along his journey of life. The myths are made known to us in the beginning of every chapter, the things he thought were right before life taught him lessons and how he overcomes his selfish and ignorant thoughts with something positive and healthy for him as well as the society.

In my personal opinion it is one of the most inspiring book I have read so far. The way the chapters are arranged in chronological order and according to the events from the narrator's life is a plus point. Every obstacle and problem is faced with such positivity that it teaches us how to be thankful for everything, even the bad days. The way he moulds his life and how he learns lesson from every experience help us to pay more attention in our own life as well. There's a hope that the problems we are facing today could be for a better and wiser tomorrow. The novel is filled with motivation and inspiration. Even from an ordinary problem he teach us great lessons. Now I'm more thankful about my life and face difficulty with a different and positive view. It has changed the way I view my life, and I'm continuously learning to be more forgiving and generous. I strongly believe that anybody who reads the book will have a different view about life in a way or another.

I rate this novel 4 out of 4 stars because everything about the book is great, it give readers a positive energy. The book is full of hope for the future and helps us understand that everything happens for a reason, and that every generous and kind action, no matter how small the act is, is never a waste. The moment you do something good for someone it will create a chain reaction of good deeds and it'll only grow bigger. It also teach us that at any given circumstances of life good always and always win over evil at the end. The things you do for someone always comes around.

I recommend this book to everyone. It is never a waste to read a good and inspiring book. And special recommendation to anyone who is facing problems in life and need some kind of encouragement to push yourself. This book will definitely help you.

The book is edited professionally with no grammatical errors or spelling mistake.

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Post by Eva Darrington » 24 Feb 2018, 00:51

It sounds like you were very inspired by the book. I enjoyed reading your review. It is so great that you really benefitted from this book. I didn't like it quite as much as you did, but I appreciated certain aspects, such as the structure of the chapters and the author's storytelling ability. Thanks for the great review.
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Post by KFree_Reads » 26 Feb 2018, 11:06

It is never a waste to read a good and inspiring book. And special recommendation to anyone who is facing problems in life and need some kind of encouragement to push yourself. This book will definitely help you.
Nice review! I am definitely in agreement with your comment above. It was certainly an inspiring read and I would also recommend it to someone who needs that bit of encouragement to get back on their feet and go after their dreams. It was not a waste for me at all. I also gave full rating although I had some minor issues with the book's structure, which I discuss in greater details in my review. Thanks again for your review!

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Post by Samy Lax » 26 Feb 2018, 11:14

I agree. Inspirational books are for one and all. Thank you for that wonderful review! :)
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Post by Senti Longkumer » 27 Feb 2018, 10:33

Eva Darrington wrote:
24 Feb 2018, 00:51
It sounds like you were very inspired by the book. I enjoyed reading your review. It is so great that you really benefitted from this book. I didn't like it quite as much as you did, but I appreciated certain aspects, such as the structure of the chapters and the author's storytelling ability. Thanks for the great review.
I did enjoy and learned a lot from the book. Thank you so much for reading my review and commenting on it. Means the world. ❤❤

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Post by Senti Longkumer » 27 Feb 2018, 10:39

KFree_Reads wrote:
26 Feb 2018, 11:06
It is never a waste to read a good and inspiring book. And special recommendation to anyone who is facing problems in life and need some kind of encouragement to push yourself. This book will definitely help you.
Nice review! I am definitely in agreement with your comment above. It was certainly an inspiring read and I would also recommend it to someone who needs that bit of encouragement to get back on their feet and go after their dreams. It was not a waste for me at all. I also gave full rating although I had some minor issues with the book's structure, which I discuss in greater details in my review. Thanks again for your review!
I would be more than happy to check your review and learn more. Thank you for reading my review and putting up your opinion. Lots of love.

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Post by Senti Longkumer » 27 Feb 2018, 10:41

Samy Lax wrote:
26 Feb 2018, 11:14
I agree. Inspirational books are for one and all. Thank you for that wonderful review! :)
It's always a pleasure. I did the best I could, thank you for reading through my review. Appreciate it big time. 💕

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Post by KFree_Reads » 27 Feb 2018, 12:53

Senti Longkumer wrote:
27 Feb 2018, 10:39
KFree_Reads wrote:
26 Feb 2018, 11:06
It is never a waste to read a good and inspiring book. And special recommendation to anyone who is facing problems in life and need some kind of encouragement to push yourself. This book will definitely help you.
Nice review! I am definitely in agreement with your comment above. It was certainly an inspiring read and I would also recommend it to someone who needs that bit of encouragement to get back on their feet and go after their dreams. It was not a waste for me at all. I also gave full rating although I had some minor issues with the book's structure, which I discuss in greater details in my review. Thanks again for your review!
I would be more than happy to check your review and learn more. Thank you for reading my review and putting up your opinion. Lots of love.
No problem, you're welcome! :)

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