Monday, June 1, 2015

Book Review: Mid-Career Crisis

Author Name: Partha Sarathi Basu

Publication Name: Collins Business




Mid-Career Crisis – a tough situation to be in. It is a phase, which slowly ventures into our life and makes it complicated for us. Partha Sarathi Basu’s book, ‘Mid-Career Crisis’, is an answer to all those complications.

As you read it on, you get engrossed and feel that bits and pieces fo your life has been woven in a different form. I felt so. When I was reading this book, I can safely say that I was going through my mid-career crisis, a bit too early. You know the time when you have given everything to your job and it cannot get better or worse; in some cases. That is the mid-career crisis for you.

Basu patiently deals with various things, situations, or hopes, which generates this phase. And if you believe or not, you are bound to feel it. Then what? This book exactly tells you how to overcome your crisis and shine like a star. If had not been this book, I would have too carried out mundane routine.

The best parts are the lovely stories. Every part/chapter comes with story of real life people. Yes, it amalgamation of real life struggles with reasons that bring you to a halt. This book is helpful read. Moreover, the simple and precise writing style does the trick. I would definitely recommend it to everyone!


1 comments:

Ranveer vishal said...

An excellent review Nikita and mid-life crisis can gnaws us to death.

AN interview of author Shuchi Singh Kalra on the other blog:

https://vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com/2016/06/03/fatglam-shuchi-singh-kalra-on-the-move/

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