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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari : A Review

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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
ISBN: 817992162X

Reviewed By: Roco



"A captivating story that teaches as it delights."-These are the words of an author that captivated the world and inspired the reading young minds to shape them perfectly in all their physical, mental and spiritual dimensions. This book, in its pristine literary skills, reflects how a person should live in a complete balance of moral values, strength and courage.

Julian Mantle, a famous lawyer never failed to achieve the goals he have set for his life. As a result of his shooting relevance in the field he excelled, he proudly claims a seven digit salary, a mansion, a summer house and his most valued Ferrari that lay in the middle of the driveway of his mansion. Julian, with a strong, healthy, halcyon heart in the courtroom, stands brimming with enthusiasm, confidence, ready to strike or challenge anything before him. His unmatched skills gave him the title of ‘Mother of All Murder Trials’ among the lawyers.

The first chapter of the story starts with a depressing tale about our protagonist, Julian Mantle collapsing in the courtroom, with the Bailiff and his paralegal standing panic stricken in the courtroom, while the rest of the spectators gazing and asking to themselves “Whats happening?!’.Then the author resorts to giving a brief description of his life and what a person he is.
On his Oak table is engraved the words of a legend that read

“ Sure I am , this day we are masters of our fate, that the task that has been set before us is not above our strength, that its pangs and toils are not beyond endurance. As long as we have faith in our own cause and unconquerable will to win, victory will not be denied ”

Robin Sharma, projecting these lines in the very first Chapter looks to conquer the reader’s and fill it with optimism! Julian’s outrageous theatrics against the accused was powered by a passion to use all his skills for the betterment of the society. While he worked hard to reach his goals, making his every steps further perfect, he forgot that his glory will once spiral down due to the fact that his mind is thick and stale with spiritual crisis.

He was once a startling figure in court with his flamboyant style and tactics that made it to the front page of most issues, but now he held a fragile personality and extinguishing confidence as soon as the dawn of his life neared because of his placid workaholism. He lost his heroic approach in the court and soon became a fading figure in the minds that one stood to praise the Mother of All Murder Trials.

John, her co-worker then reveals that her pathetically heavy lifestyle and reckless habits are not only the cause of her down-spiraling fame, but also a secret that every staff in his firm fail to share, eventually this might be the cornerstone of the story, but too little is revealed in the First chapter

In its vibrant totality, and culmination of spiritual motivation, he reveals that what lies behind you and what lies before you is nothing compared to what lies within you, that make this book, one of the still enjoyed best sellers around the world

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