Review: Finding Your G-Spot by Geetika Saigal

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Synopsis: The Probability of your parents’ meeting: one in a million. The Chance that they had you and not another genetic version of you: one in 4 million billion. (yeah, that’s a number too!) The Number of moments you have lived (knowing that any of us could pop-off any moment): ~9.4 million in our lifetime.

You, Yes YOU, are a miracle.

Do you not then deserve to lead a miraculous life?

A life that you know is meaningful to you, that doesn’t leave you feeling like you are simply running, not knowing where to and why so. So go on, give yourself and your life the best shot.
How?

By ceasing this race to ‘somewhere’ for just a few hours; Re-discovering Your Real Self, Re-aligning Your Thoughts, Revamping Your Life – All in (nothing worthwhile is simple!) 4 STEPS + 15 Do-it-for-Yourself EXERCISES.
This book is written for all of us, whether you’re just starting out your life or wishing to change it.

Review: I should probably divulge before starting my review that I am not a fan of self-help books. However, this book was recommended to me and I couldn’t put it off.

This book is an unconventional yet interesting one. The author bares her heart out and teaches not only the readers but herself on how to make your life meaningful .

Finding your G Spot has four parts and each part comes with a ‘D-I-Y’ exercise. I enjoyed the pace of the book. I also loved how the author portrays her vulnerability and encourages her readers to do the same in each chapter. The prose is informal,so much that it reads like a journal or,like conversations.

I liked the way the author approached the narrative, kept the language inviting enough so that the reader can relate.However,I had qualms with the writing which was marked with verbosity and other grammatical errors. The title of Chapter 19 had a glaring mistake ..the word “promoted” was spelled wrong. I am not sure if my book alone had the mistake which could be anyone’s fault .

Ignoring the grammatical errors,I found the message of the book to be helpful and it will definitely help anyone who is depressed or anxious or just feeling down for the day.

Verdict: This one gets 3 out of 5 stars from me. I would recommend it but not without reservations. If you want a self help book to cheer you up or just be your friend ,I would tell you to pick it up.

Author: Leigh Bardugo is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of fantasy novels and the creator of the Grishaverse. With over two million copies sold, her Grishaverse spans the Shadow and Bone Trilogy, the Six of Crows Duology, and The Language of Thorns—with more to come. (To hear about new releases, tour dates, and giveaways first, sign up for Leigh’s newsletter here.) Her short stories can be found in multiple anthologies, including The Best of Tor.com and the Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy. Her other works include Wonder Woman: Warbringer and the forthcoming Ninth House. Leigh was born in Jerusalem, grew up in Southern California, graduated from Yale University, and has worked in advertising, journalism, and even makeup and special effects. These days, she lives and writes in Los Angeles, where she can occasionally be heard singing with her band. She would be delighted if you followed her on Twitter, elated if you visited her website, and fairly giddy if you liked her selfies on Instagram.

**Publisher: Invincible Publishers

    Publication Date: April 2018

    Paperback: 192 Pages

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Author: Book Rambler

Hi! I'm Shalini. I am an avid reader, daydreamer, future scientist. In order to ramble about books with you, I created this blog. You can find me here and on any of my social media channels.

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