Myths are Real, Reality is a Myth: Book Cover

Myths Are Real, Reality Is a Myth : Book Review

Myths are Real, Reality is a Myth (By Dr Awdhesh Singh)

It took me more than two months to write this review.
I have been a follower of the writer “Dr Awdhesh Singh”, and he writes effortlessly on Quora, regarding various issues. He has a mass following and he is among one of the top most followed people on Quora.

Myths are Real, Reality is a Myth: Book Cover
Myths are Real, Reality is a Myth: Book Cover

Coming to this book, “Myths are Real, Reality is a Myth”,
I am almost done reading the book. An avid reader like me, couldn’t finish this in one read. Well, it won’t be a justice if you spend 3-4 hours on it once, and then keep it aside. No. The book has many little stories and teaching on every page, that it takes so much time to digest all this. The book provides an overwhelming experience. Under the ‘philosophy’ genre, it is a must-read book.
At times, reading this book felt like my grandpa ‘telling me stories’. So much wisdom… in few pages…

The writing style is engaging and the language used is simple. The book has a gripping aura around it.

I received a review copy from the author and my review is unbiased, anyway.
The book is worth the money. I’d have paid the double amount for the book.

P.S. Going to gift a copy of this to my sister on her birthday!

Purchase your copy from Amazon here,

About the Author

Dr Awdhesh Singh is an engineer from Indian Institute of Technology holding PhD in the area of e-governance. He took voluntary retirement from Indian Revenue Service after twenty-five years of service to pursue his interest in writing. His earlier books Practising Spiritual Intelligence for Innovation, Leadership and Happiness and The Secret Red Book of Leadership have been in the bestseller list in India. He is one of the world’s most popular writers on Quora with over five million views per month.


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