I'm an Australian author - a student of life.
I was inspired to write this book because I felt there was a need for such a volume, in easy to understand language that would stimulate the little grey cells and really make one think about life.
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
What is happiness? What is love? What is truth? Can you live without your car? What’s good about pride? What’s bad about winning? Can you live without computers? So many questions and where will readers get their answers? Margaret Lynette Sharp's 60 Questions, Insights and Reminiscences is an insightful book that delves mainly into diverse topics which are dealt with in six parts. All the topics are relevant to readers and they deal with questions about life and living. The author’s interpretation of the topics is interesting to note and the topics discussed all encourage readers to look at themselves, their lives, and their society. The question and answer sessions in the book cover all the topics that are connected closely to human nature. This book is a good tool to reflect upon and scrutinize life through the eyes of the author.
I like the simple and elegant style of writing which makes it easily understandable to all readers; young and old alike. The author’s observations on life and her light-hearted manner of addressing the questions of life make reading this book a unique experience. It is a look into human nature and life done in an entertaining and engaging way. The book will be comforting to many readers who have a lot of questions in their minds that need answers, and do not know where to look for these. I would recommend this book to readers of all ages because of its content and style of writing, which make the answers appealing.