In this post, I have tried to summarize the books that I have read or re-read in 2018. A summary of the whole book in just a single sentence. But why? Because I find it to be one of the best ways to present the core idea of a book in a style that is easy to read and understand.
It was the summer season of the year 1784. In an elementary school, somewhere in Germany, a teacher entered the classroom of 7-year old students. Not in a mood to teach, she assigned them a complex task of adding up the numbers from 1 to 100. Thinking that they would take a lot of time to arrive at the solution, she decided to take some rest.
Before I tell you something about a Blind Spot, I would request you to perform an experiment. Just keep your screen at an arm’s length away and observe the below image. Now, close your right eye and look directly at the right motor-cyclist with your left one. You’ll observe that you can see the left motor-cyclist too.
On 1st September 1939, German dictator Hitler had invaded Poland and triggered the beginning of World War 2. By killing millions of Polish nationals, his devastating forces seized the entire territory and left millions of children orphan. But somehow, during the bombardment, around 500 Polish women and 140 children managed to escape the deadly circumstances.