Legends over Generations by Ashraf Haggag | Book Review
Summary:Since the beginning of human settlement, a lot of people came up with ideas, philosophies, beliefs, experiments, research, redesigning of thoughts, talents, and surveys to bring myths to reality.
People contributed to various life aspects science, politics, literature, arts, social activities and so many other fields. These genius minds put a keen interest in every phenomenon right from when they were young. The zeal, passion, dedication, hard work and efforts they put into their work helped them discover something new about the world we live in.
In these Legends, we’ve seen inexplicable abilities that helped us define our existence and human life. Their names are engraved in the sands of time for their work in the welfare of mankind with different inventions that have made our lives easy, enjoyable and successful. The following chapters commemorate the greatest personalities we’ve ever seen who changed the world.
They are among the most influential people of today’s world. With practical advantages in various aspects, they have helped us to grow a better understanding of the world and different working phenomenon’s that governs us. Their way of shaping modern day culture is completely unrivaled.
Release date:March 31st 2018
No. of Pages:Paperback, 228 Pages
Every once in a while you discover a book that envelopes your emotions and you wonder how those events could happen. This is one of those books. The cover of the book is a collage of all the legends from various fields. The book is divided into 4 parts. They are Human Rights, Science, Politics and Art & Literature. Each chapter is exciting and well-written. The authors discuss legends from different time period, different genders, different styles, etc.
I found every chapter to be enlightening, and a great example to their premise that we have long held beliefs about leadership. This book will make a great read for the ones who get intrigued by history. I thoroughly enjoyed it and l learned from its pages. Special thanks to the author for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.