- Genre: Non-Fiction (Psychology)
- Pages: 256
‘Fluid’ by Ashish Jaiswal starts of with talking about a concept that is holding us back : Anti- Fluidity. It means to restrict ourselves or confined ourselves within the boundary of one particular stream or thing.
It is a research based book and the language is easy to understand. The title and the cover of the book are attractive and perfect. Writing style of the author is straight forward and narration of few stories, that is there to explain the concept easily, has been done properly.
The author has used the concept of being fluid in writing this book as the book has information from all possible sources. Though in the end, the author displays some feelings of nationalism that somewhere I feel isn’t appropriate and a little finesse in editing and structure formatting will make this book a perfect 5/5.
The theme of the book is to make people understand and adapt Fluid concept and this book is successful in doing that. I recommend this book to everyone and readers, do read it and keep recommending this book as it is much needed now more than ever.
Remember, the people who changed the world and created history were all Fluid and do read the iPhone’s Design Journey; it’s actually mind-blowing.
@ashishjaiswaled you have done a great job! Thank you for writing this book.