Life is What Matters by Alka Dixit – Book Review #Thebookblogtrain

When you love your life, you have complete control over your life and you will never see life as a problem or burden.

Author: Alka Dixit
Publishers: Srishti Publishers
Rating: 3.5/5

Review:

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Life is What Matters by Alka Dixit is a story of Dr Aditi who embraced her imperfections and succeeded in life. It’s about her journey towards success while suffering from a life-threatening infection.

The plot of the story is interesting full of motivation. The author tells about the mantra of a happy life in a crisp way. I liked the way the author started the story in an engaging way. Divided into three parts the book conveys a wonderful message of being happy at any point of life, in every situation.

The narration of the story is Lucid and appealing. One can connect to the story from the very first page. There are some wonderful quotes, Musings and poems which keeps the reader hooked throughout. The pace and flow of the story are smooth.

The author tells about so many things that we face in our day to day lives. There are some examples, stories that the author has shared to make the concept more simple. There are some tricks and tips that will be helpful for each and every one.

The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is Lucid and Candid. You can relate to the story from any page of the book. There are some dialogues and drama which keeps the reader invested in.

The character that the author made is strong lending credibility to the story. Dr Aditi’s character was inspiring and played a vital role. Her journey was indeed fascinating and there’s so much to learn from her.

Walk through crises of life with positivity. 
Realize the true happiness that life holds. 
Overcome fears, shortcomings and hurdles. 
Exercises and guidelines to build a stronger you.
Achieve big with available opportunities and resources. 

It’s a wonderful book with an interesting story and lots of lessons. I liked the cover and the title of the book. Like reading a self-help book? go for it.It’s a Treasure.

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Summary:

Our daily lives keep us so occupied that all we see in it is chaos and not the blessings that come with it. We see the problems that stand in our way and forget the ones we have crossed and moved on from. Isn’t it! To understand life, we need to first value our life. In simpler words, we need to take care of our life. What if we raise both our kids and our own life simultaneously?

When the author first met the enigmatic Dr Aditi, she was intrigued by her profound understanding of life and penned this book on her effective and easy way to adapt a plan for a happier life.


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This Post Has 27 Comments

  1. Anvesha

    Nice Review

  2. Sanjota Purohit

    “Being happy at any point of life, in every situation” very important for a healthy life.

  3. Jameela

    Very well written piece, so crisp and clear?

  4. Jameela

    Good work very well written ?

  5. Sudarshan

    Wonderful and to the point review! Will surely try this book!

  6. ANOUSHKA GOEL

    Great review! Keep writing!

  7. Deepika

    Agree with Sanjota! Being happy in life is the most important thing. Love the author mentioned this topic and you reviewed nicely.

  8. Moumita

    Nice review !

  9. Ankita Arora

    Amazing review. Crisp and to-the-point 😀

  10. sarmistha

    great review

  11. ujjwal mishra

    The title of the book is so interesting I am sure the book must be gripping too

  12. mylittleduniya

    It reminds me of the Movie Anand. Nice review

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Hahahahaha thank you

  13. Esha Chakraborty

    Looks like an interesting read… Will check this out soon

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Yess go for it

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Hehe thank youuu

  14. Novemberschild

    Well written review.

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank youuu

  15. Siddhi

    This book has some really great tips.

  16. Chresann D'souza

    Nice n crisp review

  17. Aishwarya Sandeep

    So true.. We always concentrate on the chaos and not on the blessings…

  18. Maya Bhat

    The blurb sounds really inspiring. Nice review 🙂

  19. Supriya

    Such a nice review… Very interesting

  20. Avni Jain

    Well written! 🙂

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank Youuu

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