Hello bookworms, how are you this fine day??? How is your reading TBR going??? Here I am back again after being terribly sick. I have been reading like crazy and have so much more to read this month that I am going crazy with all the number of books I have to read. I don’t think I can finish any of them but still trying and this is one of those 10 books that I will be reading this month. So let’s start with this review, shall we???

So an intern in story mirror contacted me for a paid review of this book and I bought this book from Amazon and read it in 2 days and now it’s time for reviewing it. So come along, people.

I sincerely thank Story Mirror and the intern who contacted me for providing me with such a great opportunity in exchange for an honest review.

New York To New You by Manoj Gupta.

•Book Description:

Author: Manoj Gupta.

Publisher: Story Mirror Infotech Pvt Ltd, 2020.

Genre: Self-Help, Non-Fiction.

Chapter: 22 Chapters.

Pages: 208 pages.

Series: Not yet Disclosed.

Time: 6 Hours.

Publishing / Published: 16th July 2020.

•Official Summary:

This book is all about you and your Odyssey within.
Two men from opposite sides of the world are brought together by a moment of serendipity. James, an investment banker and the darling of Wall Street in New York meets a Guru, the Life Transformer in India. And there is a mysterious character, RK, who has a mysterious link with both these characters.

What happens when the three meet after James’ flight from New York? This book is about enhancing your mindfulness, wellness and inner leadership. It explains the distinction between how to make a living versus how to live. It includes ‘how-to’ steps, to transform your thinking – and in turn, your life.

•Critics Ratings.

Goodreads: 4.21/5 Stars.

Story Mirror: 5/5 Stars.

Amazon: 4.5 Stars.

Taken from the respective sources

•My Summary.

James, an investment banker and an arrogant and egoistic man who lives in New York creates a big blunder and flies to India to avoid the media and the craziness that will start as soon as he is seen in the outside world. In India, he meets a Guru who teaches him the ABCD of life and helps him control his emotions so that he can transform himself and his life to a new and better way of living.

•My Rating.

•My Review.

Loved it so much. This was one of the best non-fiction that I have read in my life but there is also something that I didn’t like. So come along and check it out.

*Points I liked.

This book was a life-changer. I loved every page of this book. I loved every line of this book. This book is not like the other books that explain about you directly, this book uses the story of James and Guruji to teach you the aspects of ABCD and it also furthermore narrates a beautiful tale of the relationship between a disciple and a teacher. The concept of ABCD is explained so nicely and elaborated thoroughly well. The writing and style of the book are so nice and easy. I loved the concept and the way this book was written. I am in just love with this book but there is something that I didn’t like and that is:

*Points I Disliked.

I didn’t like the grammatical errors and the missing words that were in the book, it used to distract my flow of reading. This book was mind-blowing but this one error made me take 0.5 stars from the ratings but overall this book was the best non-fiction book I have ever read.

So that’s it for today. I hope you liked my review and I would recommend you to read this book too. Do tell me if you have any other non-fiction book you want me to read and I will be back soon so until next time…

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