Official Review: Wisdom by Arun mago

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The book starts with what teachers we have in life and what they taught us. This book is like a knowledge gain about things we know but still not knowing fully. The author describes various arguments of his life. I think the author should edit it again and put some more emotions and feelings into the book. It's a great review.

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Very unfortunate that the book came out with such a low rating. Unoriginal plus badly edited doesn't leave it with much merit.
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The overall message of this book is actually intriguing. Some books could actually be impressive despite being unoriginal, but it seemed from your review that this book wasn’t that much of a charmer. Alas, the potential of this book’s message could’ve been much more if only it was more well-delivered

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I at once was attracted by the title as I believe it's an important quality that all humans should have. I also agree with the writer that humans are trapped in boxes and being more with nature will be more revealing. Thanks for the insightful review.

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Wisdom by Arun mago seems such a positive book. Being with nature can bring peace in one's life. I would love to see this book. Congratulations.
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I'm more interested in the content than its originality and other stuff , and this book looks good from the sample I read . I would love to get the full book .Congratulations on being book of the day.
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The book sounds inspiring and motivating. I would like to read this one. Congratulations BOTD.

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From a sampling, this seems like an interesting book covering numerous topics such as wealth, responsibility, and politics as well as the author's opinion on the topics. It might be worth another look. Well done.

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Post by Christieee »

I like motivational books, but it will be much better if the author can review this book to inject his own wit, twist and personality into it. For now, it seems like just every other motivational book which can come across as cliché. Also, another round of editing will be great.

I appreciate the honest review.

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Good message behind the writings. I believe if proper editing is done, the book will be more outstanding. Congrats on making the BOTD

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Thank you for your fabulous review. After reading this and the sample, I agree with much of what you stated. I don't think this will be for me.
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The message of the book is relatable and encouraging. It lacks enthusiasm, but I think this is still a good book to read. It just needs improvement. Thanks for the good review today.

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This sounds like my kind of book. I love the imagery of modern people living in boxes. As a nature
lover I must confess that boxes such as the cell phone and the office do make me feel trapped sometimes. :( Congrats on BOTD.

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The book seems to include have some interesting topics but I was not intrigued by this book. It didn't capture my attention for that reason I don't think I'll be reading this book. Thanks for an amazing review!

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While I do enjoy reading motivational books, it seems that Wisdom needs to go through some more editing for it to be better. I also think that it needs more ideas and better storytelling in order to engage with readers better. Congrats to the author on BOTD nonetheless. :)
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