@Dreams (Book Review)

​”Enthusiasm is a key ingredients in the pursuit of your dreams. Be enthusiastic, Be passionate and keep your dreams always in your mind. Your every breathe should remind you about your dreams.”

 – Jogi (@Dreams)

Dreams is the most fascinating word for all of us. Dreamers are the crazy people who are doing remarkable job to take the world forward. One must have to dream first to achieve what one wants to do in life. But to achieve our dreams, we have to live the dreams and concentrate on them and work hard to to finally make them a reality.

Blurb:

@Dreams is a journey of three youngsters about finding ways to achieve their dreams in college. It’s a story of love, laughter, friendship, struggle, inspiration and lifelong learning. It unfolds the maze of life through learning therapy to transform life in the direction of dreams.

About the Book and Story:

@Dreams is a book for everyone who has a dream. For a dreamer, life is a continuous process of fulfilling the dreams, these dreams may be the smallest or the biggest ones. We all human beings have infinite potential, realizing this infinite potential and then following our heart and dreams can transform the life completely and that’s the story of Umang, Samar and Virat in @Dreams. The story reflects the fact that we can overcome all the odds and achieve whatever we want to achieve.

The story revolves around Umang Saxena who is now a successful engineer. He narrates his own story of achieveing a dream and making it a reality. He has got admission in an engineering college at Murthal, Haryana. In college he met Virat and Samar, later they became the best friends. Umang belongs to a middle class family and his eldest brother bears all the expanses of his and the family. Trang, the elder brother of Umang is like his friend and always motivate him to do well. Umang is an intelligent student and study hard but he got distracted after going to college and not scored well in the first semester exam. He came to home and met Pavitra in an computer institute where he went for sime extra classes in vacation. Both became good friends very soon but Umang returned to college after vacation. Umang was afraid of ranging in college and as his friends Virat and Samar. After a satisfactory result, Umang wrote a letter to his eldest brother and told him the reasons of not scoring well honestly. In between all these, all three friends do a lot of fun in the college. What happens next? How they overcome from ranging? What was their dreams? Will they achieve them? Will Umang met Pavitra again? All these questions constantly pops up while reading and you will get the answers of each one. I am not going tell you the whole story here. For that you should go through the whole which is a very inspiration and worth reading.

My Review:
For me, @Dreams is one the most inspirational book, I’ve read so far. And it will have a life changing impact on me. I have learnt a lot of things as I am in the graduation years and looking forward to achieve my dreams. I think this is a must read book for every under graduate students because it can motivate you more than anything else. The story is the heart touching. It is full of love, passion, inspiration, struggle, friendship, laughter, fun and life long learning. Narration is pretty good. And the best part is the inspirational lines by the authors. After reading those lines, I read them again and again. I also liked the way Virat is doing the preparation for civil services from college. Samar is little bit different from Umang and Virat but he is an interesting guy. The part of Mahima also well described smarty by the author. Because love and flirt is an important thing during college days. Learning therapies in each chapters which is again very motivating. I’ve written some of the inspirational lines for you below. Cover of this book is simply beautiful and eye catching. And what more you expect from a book. It has almost everything. This is kind of book which you’ll remember for a long time after reading. 

An inspirational poem from the book:

“Keep in mind the dream you dreamt,

Let the fate and destiny do what they meant.

Learns as much as you can,

Fail as early as you can.

When fear and failure drive you insane,

Rise, fight and learn from them then,

But never ever make the same mistake again.

Kepp Learning….”

My Ratings:

  • Cover – 4.5/5
  • Title – 5/5
  • Blurb- 3.5/5
  • Plot/Content – 5/5
  • Writing – 4.5/5
  • Total – 4.5/5

About the author:
Jogi, More of a dreamer, learner, leader, reader, traveller, explorer and changemaker than just being an IT professional.

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More About This Book: 

  • Title- @Dreams
  • Author- Joginder Rohilla (Jogi)
  • Publisher- Cyberwit.net
  • No.If Pages- 220
  • Buy Online- Order it form Amazon
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