Category Archives: Book Reviews

Transcendence, Saving Us From Ourselves, a Review by Sujay Desai

Transcendence, Saving Us From Ourselves, a Review By Sujay Desai In Saving Us From Ourselves, Navin Doshi presents the sterling truths of ancient Indian philosophy as a coherent solution to the complex issues that humanity faces in the modern age. Although we have achieved tremendous technological and material progress as a human race, the basic […]

BOOK REVIEW: What the Dog Saw (Malcolm Gladwell) by Sujay Desai

BOOK REVIEW: What the Dog Saw, by Malcolm Gladwell By Sujay Desai Over the last decade, Malcolm Gladwell has developed a singular reputation for delivering a fresh perspective and unique insights into a diverse and fascinating array of topics. His insatiable curiosity is put on full display in his new book What the Dog Saw, […]

Book Review: Poorly Made in China by Sujay Desai

Book Review: Poorly Made in China (Sujay Desai, Jan 18th 2010) When most Americans see the words “Made in China” on a consumer item, they immediately think of low prices.  Fueled largely by Wal-Mart and other national discount superstores, we tend to focus more on the price tag of the item and less on the […]