Wednesday, 14 March 2018

The Big Switch by John Thomas | Book Review


Summary:

What does a 24-year-old man want in life?
Love?
A decent job?
Keith has both. He is a software engineer at a reputable company and has a girlfriend whom he loves a lot.
Yet, there is something missing in his life. He is not even close to being happy.
Only after losing his girlfriend, he realizes what the reason for his unhappiness is.
He realizes that he is caught up in the wrong career.
With time running out, he knows that he must switch to a new career — one that makes him happy.
But, is 24 too late to do that? Is he making a mistake?
Find out as Keith follows his heart in pursuit of an impossible-looking dream.





Author:

John Thomas

Release date:

November 5th 2017

No. of Pages:

240 Pages

The storyline is gripping and flow of the story is also well maintained. The thing I like about this novel is its written with such a simplicity and yet with so much of connecting. The author has actually made the reader visualize every situation precisely. It was so good I felt as if I were right in the story--I could visualize everything as it happened. I didn't notice any grammar errors or any other errors. I am sure most of us would like to finish this in one go as soon as you are done reading first few pages since it builds on interest to get it finished soon.

This story really makes you understand the importance of life’s decision, doing what you like not what you do to survive. It was unpredictable with major twists and turns. I highly recommend this book, as its very relatable and it gives you hope that things to work out in the end if you give it all you have.

Here are my favorite quotes from the book:


"When you love your job, you don't count the hours. You just enjoy every single minute"

"Set a goal so big that it scares you. Decide on something that won’t let you sleep at night."

"If one has to succeed, then he must get used to the idea of failing. Failures are the stepping stones to success."


 I received a review copy of the book from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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