First name / Friend, it is Book Day! We would like to continue with the book club series of our newsletter! At Arwani Law Firm we like to always keep you posted on the books that are being read by our lovely staff. Hope you enjoy and have the chance to read some of our suggestions. Our list is made up of the following:
The Great Alone: This novel was written by Kristin Hannah. A POW Vietnam War vet, Ernt Allbright, and his family move to the northernmost state of Alaska in search of new beginnings in America's last true frontier. However, afternoon Ernt becomes more ill and winter approaches, the mother and daughter realize no one is there to help them in this lonely terrain but themselves. In this unforgettable portrait of human frailty and resilience, Kristin Hannah reveals the indomitable character of the modern American pioneer and the spirit of a vanishing Alaska―a place of incomparable beauty and danger. The Great Alone is a daring, beautiful, stay-up-all-night story about love and loss, the fight for survival, and the wildness that lives in both man and nature
The 33 Strategies of War: This could very well be one of Robert Greene's most useful and inspiring books in his collection. From the author that brought you The 48 Laws Of Power and The Art of Seduction, comes his most daring writing yet. In this book, Greene teaches you how to approach life as you would warfare. He gives you 33 strategies of war from the greatest warriors, generals, and political leaders that you can use in everyday life. Understanding these will help you pursuit your goals and maintain a stable mindset throughout our never ending wars with ourselves, others, and life in general.
Stories That Stick: This book is written by Kindra Hall, a leading expert in story-telling and brand development. Stories That Stick provides a clear framework of ideals and a concise set of actions for you to take complete control of your own story, utilizing the principles behind the world’s most effective business storytelling strategies. Hall lays out a framework that allows you to convey your passion clearly and concisely. She offers specific, actionable steps readers can take to find, craft, and leverage the stories they already have and simply aren’t telling. Every person, every organization has at least four stories at their disposal. Will you tell yours?