Cricket As I See It by Allan Border

I just started watching cricket in recent years, and there are still many things to learn about it every day. I felt embarrassed that I only knew Allan Border through his commentary. At that time, my first impression is I really liked his insights and calmness in expressing his thoughts…

Becoming Kim Jong Un by Jung H. Pak

Becoming Kim Jong Un is written by a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer who has accumulated knowledge about the development of North Korea under the new leader, Kim Jong Un. The writer gives a brief history of Kim Jong Un's grandfather, Kim Il Sung as a founder of North…

The Land Before Avocado by Richard Glover

Richard Glower is time travelling back to late '60s and the early '70s when he was between seven and seventeen, growing up in Canberra, Australia. Recent studies have shown that older generations opinionated that life was better 50 years ago. Although life expectancy is higher, better public access and social…

488 Rules for Life by Kitty Flanagan

This book was never on my list until recently when the author mentioned the nomination of this book. I was sceptical and still am with books written by celebrities, comedians or any famous people. I feel bad for being judgmental before I check the preview of this book. Also, I'm…

Silk Road, Eileen Ormsby

Silk Road still can be a controversial topic to be discussed among ourselves. From an IT person's perspective, I'm curious about the website, especially it's architecture and the framework design, but I know that I won't dare to visit the site. They built their utopia of drugs. Although I feel…