The last book review that I did was of the celebrated book called The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. It was the first self-help book I ever read. And even that book was picked up by me because it was so famous that I wanted to be able to claim that I have read it. Well, I found it to be a good book and enjoyed it well.
However, after that dose of philosophy, spiritualism and self-help commonsense, I was in mood of some real entertainer. I looked at the bookshelf of my Tab’s book reader. The list of still-to-be-read books stored on it is getting longer and longer, as the free time on my hands is getting shorter and shorter. Anyway, the second book on the first shelf of the ebook reader was what urged me most insistently to read it. The book was ‘Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne. And you know well, where there is a secret, there always exists an urge to unravel it.