BOOK REVIEW | The Optimist’s Creed by Gideon Mutai

The Optimist Creed (Mutai)(Coversfront)BOOK: The Optimist’s Creed: How to Make the Most of opportunities by your Hopeful Outlook to Life
AUTHOR: Gideon Mutai
Reviewer: Nancy Oyula
Genre: Non-Fiction
ISBN-13: 978-1517007522
ISBN-10: 1517007526
FIRST PUBLISHED: 2015
PUBLISHER: Mystery Publishers via the CreateSpaceIndependent Publishing platform (Print-on-Demand)
LANGUAGE: English

Written in an insightful manner, “The Optimist’s Creed” is a book full of nothing but prudence. There is so much logic and enlightenment in the text. The author’s style of putting out points is artful and well expressed.

This book is distinct and excellent in more than one way. One thing that stood out for me in the book is the author’s use of stories. In every chapter, as you read on, you are guaranteed a story. This makes the book even more appealing to look at. I’ve always loved stories, and I love that the author used short stories when expounding his sentiments.  You can never stop once you start reading this book. There’s always that urge of moving to the next chapter. In addition to his writing, the author adds quotes by prominent people in history to complement the various points he talks of. He also gives examples from verses in the bible and adds ancient proverbs from different parts of the world. That’s an A1. This style of writing is splendid.

Read full review on LightenUp (Nancy Oyula’s Blog)

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