Random Thoughts ... Through a Coloured Prism

Rated 4.94/5 based on 18 reviews
It is an inspirational book. The book is based on thoughts, not necessarily completely new nor will it give any new philosophy towards life. Some fictional narrations, mixed with real experiences, are also covered in the book to see human relations from different angles of life. Earlier book was free to download. However, now it is priced. More

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Words: 50,380
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781311730886
About Hiranya Borah

Born in a teachers' family in a village of Assam, a province of India. Borah started his journey of writing at a tender age of eleven. He published two novels in Assamese language and other fictional and non-fictional stories in Assamese periodicals during his college days. Then Borah stopped his literary activity for more than three decades.
He has published more than hundred books on this platform in English within a span of four years. The books are on different topics like inspiration,romance and love, humour, ghosts, thriller, children etc. Eight of his published books, are already in the first two thousand most downloaded books among all categories and one book, random thoughts through coloured prism, ranked below nine hundred among all categories (comprising more than 4.8 Lac books) on this platform.

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Review by: James Hold on April 30, 2018 :
I enjoyed this. Parts of it reminded me of Jordan Peterson's 12 Rules For Life. Some personal observations and remembrances, often touching, other times teachable. A good effort.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

Review by: Tuku Moni on Nov. 07, 2017 : (no rating)
The book is now available in paper back copy also.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Tuku Moni on Sep. 19, 2017 :
No, I am not giving any comments on this book from my side. Two comments I am reproducing from my FB friends:
Vikash Srivastava: Nice collection of random thoughts, good effort.
Diganta Baruah: You have marked your presence well.
And many more.
Please keep it up.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: monaborah on Sep. 18, 2017 :
After editing once again and adding few chapters the book has enhanced its utility as an inspirational book. Please keep it up.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: TiraGP on Sep. 10, 2017 :
A few nice essays and stories in this collection. After reading about ten of them, I started to skim and search for the best pieces. The author might consider grouping the various essays into sections based on topics or themes. A good balance between reasoned persuasion and passion.
(review of free book)

Review by: Ayumi Kawashima on April 30, 2017 :
interesting and uplifting. Made me think about a lot of different stuff.
(review of free book)

Review by: anwesha borah on July 23, 2016 :
Everytime I feel bad, I read some of the inspiring stories of this book!
(review of free book)

Review by: Tuku Moni on July 13, 2016 :
Every time I read this I like more the contents. It always give me encouragement to do something.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Borah on May 07, 2016 :
After reformatting the book it became more reader friendly!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Tuku Moni on Nov. 08, 2015 :
Nice and encouraging book
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Tuku Moni on April 29, 2015 :
It is worthy book those feel depressed due to some reasons. 'Those 54 days of my life ' is an eye opener for all husbands. Thanks for writing so vividly!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: monaborah on April 29, 2015 :
It is a fantastic inspirational book. Chapters are small and independent. One can read one chapter within five to ten minutes.That is is the best part of it. You will love it for sure!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Borah on Jan. 13, 2015 :
Old thoughts are expressed in a new style. One may like some of the articles as they carry some messages. Otherwise, some may read as coffee table reading material!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Tiklu on Aug. 05, 2014 :
A good read...
(review of free book)

Review by: Avinash Jain on July 01, 2014 :
First of all I would declare that I am not sort of a serious reader for motivational, inspirational or such books. It was suggestion, or I shall say recommendation, for me to read this book.
Initially, before beginning I was like "Ya, Its gonna be like those old preaching books, non interesting.". But after I had just gone through the first chapter, I couldn't just leave it there, like what happens to me when I am mid way through one of my novels.
After I had read some 5 or so chapters, I could hardly believe that this was a inspirational book.
Everything in it is so well written that you can't actually differentiate it from any novel!
I would seriously like all my friends and acquaintances to just read it.
Hope others too like it!
(review of free book)

Review by: Dpka on June 10, 2014 :
Seems like a common man diary...Every reader must hv seen himself/herself in Kanak in one story or more... very nice thoughts, expressed beautifully. Looking forward for more books wid more professionalism.
(review of free book)

Review by: tukiba on June 09, 2014 :
A wholesome entertainment with moral lesson.

A good coffee table read! I thoroughly enjoy it :-)
(review of free book)

Review by: Tusar Bordoloi on June 09, 2014 :
The book compels you to sink inside you and search for the protagonist “Kanak”within .
Random thoughts yet universal in its contents, meant to be very light hearted but soul rendering as the contrasts and conflict of an evolving human character in its life’s journey is unfolded in different stories.
Light reading but thought provoking… can be finished in single sitting.
(review of free book)

Review by: anwesha borah on June 08, 2014 :
It is an amazing book for common persons who can identify himself/herself with Kanak, who is the central character of most of the stories. This book can be also model book for the teenagers as most of general articles have some moral teaching.
(review of free book)

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