It's a smashing new day, and I would like to kick start it with something refreshing.
Due to two main reasons (which I will explain in the next chapter, hopefully), I will write more in the forthcoming future.
This should be a norm long time ago, but procrastination has always have the upper hand upon me.
This, also hopefully, will be a thing of the past starting today.
I'll start off with a mini review of this book:
I was checking what is the best-selling book currently in Malaysia last week when I was alerted to this book.
This small book sits well among the best selling titles currently in Malaysia (at least according to on-line Popular book store).
And it sits well right in front of me, as Nora bought it weeks before (I informally share a place with Nora in the lab. We swap places at exactly 6 p.m everyday).
I had no interest in this book before, but upon realizing that it received warm welcome from readers, my interest deepens.
Written by a very young medical student currently in Eqypt, this book dwells on his current and past undertakings of his life.
A simple book by its nature, it breezes through his experiences when dealing with life. There is no particular point of interest that makes this book stand out...but there is no particular point that makes this book stand down also.
It was a good read anyway to fill time. This book is loaded lightly with quotes from hadeeth, which keeps my interest in check. I finished it about an hour later.
All in all, it's a good book for light reading.