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Friday, 22 March 2019

Book Name: Trapped
Author Name: Rajat Chakraborty
Publication: Author's Ink Publication
Published Year: 2019
Genre: Self Help
Pages: 181

                                                         Book Synopsis

Difficulties and hurdles are inevitable. Minor setbacks, major failures, degrees of struggle vary from person to person - no two are alike. When you find yourself questioning your strengths, that’s when you are faced with one major question - “Do I put my head down and try harder, do I seek help, or do I concede that I’m not meant to be doing this?” This book is dedicated to the bright young minds who are confused or in doubt about taking the next step. It helps increase your self-awareness, and find the key to unlocking your true potential.

                                                         My Review

With so many motivational speakers, online journals and already published some good self help material it's really hard to come across book by a newbie and you realise
he really taught you something is a tough job. Trapped by Rajat Chakraborty is one such book. The book has left me content, hooked with the seat corner until I finished it. It's book where you can easily go back and reinvent yourself. A healing guide which would not make you wonder why you lacked rather than where and in this moment you can kick start your dreams.

Author has very articulately defined each and every chapter. Each chapter has inputs and if one always stick to any one of the page he/she can really do well. The amount of energy and time invested in book is clearly reflected, author has mentioned throughout the book various sites for personality tests, careers enriching blogs, famous articles, his own journey and what not.
Without giving a second that the book has actually made into my worth book read of 2019.

Moving on to the title, really very apt. The book cover is sober and catchy; clearly defines one's state of mind in this hustle bustle world. With least grammatical errors reader would enjoy journey of so many living great men, how discovering yourself can change your life.
I would recommend everyone to read this book. Book will guide you, stay yo your side even when you have multiple dimensions to explore.

PS: Glad I get the opportunity to read this book.

My rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Reviewed by Aditi Srivastava