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August 18, 2018

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars
Published by - Invincible Publisher
Genre - Fiction
Publishing year - 2018
Language - English
ISBN - 978-93-5206-455-7
Pages - 222
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My Review - 

The Blue Moon Day is the author's debut book. It's a story about five different individuals Abi, Deepak, Vivi, Sankaran, and Prabha. They were lost in their lives. Each individual has their own story and struggles. Abi wants a good job. Deepak wants his love, Priya. 

Vivi is hanging between her job and family. Sankaran, who is living in an old age home, wants his family. Prabha wants to live a healthy life. They all go through a dark face in their life until a ray of hope comes and changes their lives completely.

The author describes each of their story in separate sections. Each story is divergent from the others, but the teaching and end are the same. We all know that one person who brings positivity into our lives. 

In this story, an old man helps these five people to achieve their happiness. He gives purpose to living. He is kind of Santa Claus who knows what you want and helps you find it. One can easily connect with characters.

I really like the concept of Zero mind theory. In this theory, a person can do all the work that he/she hasn't done in ages without giving any single thought. I applied this theory to my life, and I must say I am very impressed by the results. 

"There is no way to happiness. Happiness is the way."

The author's writing is simple and easily understandable. There are a few errors in the book. He did a good job, but there is still a long way to go. The author said - Just as writing fast is a talent, Reading slowly is also a virtue. 

I would recommend that you read this book slowly to gain the most from experience. But it's a quick read. I complete this book in 2 days. One can finish it in a few hours as well. So it's your choice whether you want to read it slow or fast, but it's a must-read. It does not extend unwantedly and is good for newcomers, too. 

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