Reviews by Olukunle Alabetutu

Advice to Young Men

by William Cobbett

Dead but still speaking is the right word to describe Cobbett William. If only i have found this advice ten years ago. But it is not too late to make the rest of my life count. I love Cobbett instruction they are has relevant today as it is two hundred years ago.

Reviewed on 2009.04.28

The Eight Pillars of Prosperity

by James Allen

The mind that read and understand this book will be expanded to its highest elastic limit. If you want to be awaken read this book until you master it. I felt a miralce after my first reading i will continue to read the book until it become part of my psych.

Reviewed on 2009.03.07

A Book of Discovery

by M.B. Synge

This is a must read for all living. It shows the the level of human endurance, boldness in the face of death, inquisitivness, determination and triumph of human spirit against all odd. This book has broaden my horizon and widen my understanding of our world.

Reviewed on 2008.05.02

Round the World

by Andrew Carnegie

Round the World is a classic I love the book and will recommend it to anybody. It give a vivid picture of Japan, China, Singapore, Egypt,Hindia and some other countries. If you check out all this countries almost a century after you can see that China that was written of as a never do well, Japan that was given some hope is a super power today while india that was not given a chance has gotten Atomic bomb.
This is a lession for the whole third world countries. If we put our act in order we too can become a super power in record time

Reviewed on 2008.02.27

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