Book Review Of Amazing Grace By Bernard D’sa

Book Review Of Amazing Grace By Bernard D’sa


  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

  • Publication Year: 2017

  • ISBN-10: 1976196906

  • ISBN-13: 978-1976196904

  • Pages: 100

  • Rating: 4.5 on 5

Motivational books hold a unique charm for me as they provide the readers with the confidence and inspiration to stride over the challenges life puts up before them. That is why the offer to review Amazing Grace authored by Bernard D’sa appealed to me immediately. The very first look at the cover page, which features a simple yet appealing design, made me believe that this book would prove to be a great read.
Amazing Grace is a collection of short stories and quotes, which are beautiful, inspirational and heartwarming. The book aims to help the readers look at the brighter side of the most difficult challenges they face in life and seek happiness where only gloom seems to be prevalent. The book inspires the readers to leave behind their fears, which are mostly a creation of their own mind and learn to live a positive life full of opportunities. The book makes the readers understand that achieving their objectives and realizing their dreams is only possible through constant efforts and unwavering focus on the objective. To drive this lesson home, it features the words of wisdom from people who did not give up their dreams even in the face of seemingly insurmountable adversities.
Amazing Grace is one book that can help change the perspective of people towards life and help them realize the importance of people, who are generally taken for-granted. Personally, it helped me grow as an individual and clarified my views about what is wrong and what is right somewhat more. The easy and simple language of the book helped me understand its context without frequently referring the dictionary, which was another plus point. Overall I loved the amazing book and I wish Bernard D’sa great success for making an honest effort to improve the lives of the readers and help them lead a happier and fulfilling life.
In short I can say after reading this book I end up becoming a fan of Bernard.