Search Results: "Ram Charan"


BOOK REVIEW

GLOBAL TILT by Ram Charan
NON-FICTION
Released: Feb. 26, 2013

"A thought-provoking presentation about already discernible global trends."
Business consultant Charan (The Talent Masters: Why Smart Leaders Put People Before Numbers, 2011, etc.) offers his view of where the world economy is headed in the next 20 years, along with his prescriptions for success. Read full book review >

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Tell My Dad by Ram Muthiah
FICTION & LITERATURE

"It's hard not to root for a protagonist ridding the world of scum, even if he's a merciless killer."
A vigilante patrols the San Francisco Bay Area looking to stop pedophiles and other criminals from kidnapping or hurting any more young girls in Muthiah's debut thriller. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Feb. 1, 1992

"Occasionally repetitive and simplistic but nonetheless a warmhearted and genuinely inspiring introduction to compassion as a way of life."
The freewheeling author of the pop spiritual classic Be Here Now teams with fellow Hindu devotee Bush to guide inexperienced Americans on to the path of compassionate action—offering his own spiritual autobiography as testimony to the transforming power of love and social action. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

NIGHTS OF VILLJAMUR by Mark Charan Newton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 29, 2010

"Readers who don't mind occasional violence will enjoy exploring this impressive world."
The first book of a promising fantasy series. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

THE BROKEN ISLES by Mark Charan Newton
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Dec. 1, 2014

"A disappointing end to what had been a distinctive series."
Final book of the Legends of the Red Sun series (The Book of Transformations, 2011, etc.), written in the style known as New Weird—meaning somewhere between bizarre fantasy and far-future science fiction; it was first published in the U.K. in 2012.Read full book review >

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CITY OF RUIN by Mark Charan Newton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 28, 2011

"Less weird than some, with fairly orthodox plotting, characters and narrative that build to a satisfying conclusion while promising still more."
Second book of a series (following Nights of Villjamur, 2010), reaching U.S. shores after publication last year in the UK, where the author resides. Read full book review >