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Book Review: Bring ’em on by Rachit Ghate ‘Mark’


Is living becoming irksome? Are relationships turning sour/unsustainable? Are you at a crossroads, confused, in a Catch-22 situation, in need of counsel and advice? Do you find others unbearable?

You aren’t lost/ebbed/withered/a spent force. You are laying your hands on the panacea. Receiving, imbibing, assimilating and implementing all that is contained herein would usher in the transformation. Relevant, situation-centric, situation-specific, contextual, and with value-addition, you will stand strengthened and empowered after going through this book. It does not matter whether you are an upstart or a virtuoso in your chosen area, or if you are confined to working at/from home or are on a globe-trotting spree. You are bound to be caught in circumstances that could be dicey. Who isn’t in need of a helping hand? You would benefit substantially from the doses of motivation, solace, analogies and anecdotes contained herein.
Go through the contents and face the vicissitudes with courage.
Finally, ‘Bang ’em on’ after you ‘Bring ’em on’!


Cover: 5/5
Title: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Presentation: 4/5
Plot: 4/5
Final Rating: 4/5
The cover is beautifully designed. The use of the image of “breaking down of the chain” in itself signifies a lot about the context and content of the novel. The Black shade used in the background add to the value of the cover. It’s one of the best covers I have ever seen.
The title despite being simple, is quite meaningful and motivating.
Bring ‘Em On: Unleash Confront Conquer by Rachit Ghate ‘Mark’ is
one such book which everyone should read once in life, it talks about topic related to everyone’s life like purpose of life, behaviours, values, success, relations, and many more such topics.
It is written in such a way to improve one’s quality of life, so that one is able to improve on those areas of his life in which he can improve.
The language used is simple and easy to understand. The use of quotes made the journey of the novel quite interesting.
Favourite Quotes from Book:
1. “When you start with nothing, you learn to appreciate everything.” – Anthony Gucciardi
2. “Without self-respect and love, you cannot reciprocate the same.” – Rachit Ghate ‘Mark’
Looking forward to read more from the author in future.

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