Mysterious Journey of My Education

(15 reviews)

Published In: 2020
ISBN: 978-99980-914-0-5
No. of Pages: 116
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Book Overview

This book hopes to inspire the children who are depressed with poverty, troubled with poor parenting, dejected by the community, and crushed by the fear of failure. Moreover, the book anticipates uplifting the spirits of teachers in Bhutan. They deserve the best of the experiences and honor ever known to the mankind.

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Customer Reviews (15)

by Karma Yuden (March 14, 2022)

5 Reviews

Whoh! I been sitting and reading and completed the book just in-one-go. It took 2 and half hours and I didn't even stand. My gosh! You won't believe it though! I didn't regret purchasing this book.  Amazing story and I can feel those childhood days and impressed by the act of the children that leads into a better human. I want to congratulate you for all those achievements (though its late) and pray for the beautiful and exciting future. And don't forget to enjoy and have fun at the same time! 

by Samten Thinley (July 25, 2021)

3 Reviews

The book took me through an emotional roller roaster. It is an inspiration not only for people from poor family background, but also for people from all walks of life. The book, through the life journey of the author, inspires us to never give up no matter how hard the situation gets. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!!!

Thank you for the life journey, dear Author!

Happy reading guys.

by Dorji Wangchuk (July 18, 2021)

1 Reviews

"If you are born poor it's not your mistake but if you die poor it's your mistake."
The book is a personal memoir that recounts his struggle for education and finally how he found North Star.

by Dristi Sharma (April 02, 2021)

6 Reviews

This book is a personal memoir. Depicting the life of students who come from poor and struggling families, this book reminds us that through sheer hard work and determination, no matter how bad the situation is, we can achieve success in life. An exceptional story and a must read!

by Pema Dorji (January 04, 2021)

1 Reviews

This book is much informative and heartening which aims to motivate and inspire the youth. This book gives a hope for those who are depressed with poverty, poor parenting and etc... that one day parts of there lives will light with sparkling rays of happiness and success. This book is highly recommend to read especially the youth including myself.

by Mani Wangchuk (December 15, 2020)

1 Reviews

This book is mainly for the students who from poor background.

by Jigme Thinley (December 14, 2020)

1 Reviews

It's written perfectly by a young man who has experienced near poverty childhood and success later. It's touching, sad, funny and everything we don't wish or wish but through out the naration, the author never loses his sense of humor. Read it in a single sitting.

by Mon Maya (November 27, 2020)

1 Reviews

The novel shows the karmatic and destined life,courage and bravery, self realisation and exploitation in the mask of fake identy. whereby a girl born in rural area with superstitious beliefs and her journey into the life.She goes far from her homeland to become a monk(ani) after her mother experies.But!Life tends to be difficult with strange people who usually berates her.Climbing the wall of difficulty she finally returns home with many life experiences and life lessons to be a real Monk (ani).

by Dawa (September 29, 2020)

1 Reviews

This book contains many information which aims at motivating the youth like us. We can find from the book that he had gone through many research work as various information has been cited in the book written by several eminent writers. This book really helps in broadening our mindset and changing the very outlook that we are having now. The book also tells us how grateful our parents are that we should not take them for granted at any circumstances. So I recommend all the youth as well as adult to go through this book as it is really worth reading.

by Sangay Tenzin (September 28, 2020)

2 Reviews

In this book author touches every single steps of his life journey. As we are born under the same sky but with different destiny, our hardship, happiness, family that surrounded you, the society that you lived in. As mentioned in the book, author grew up taking Golden food (Kharang, 'yellowish grain from maize') and lived in small hut with tear and torn out cloths. He live in a society where his world is run by poor parenting and was look down and dejected by community. However, he walk with big dreams. But he never led his dreams to become his master. Whereby, he find his own north star.
I personally recommend this book to today's youth where your world is run by shallow relationships from parents, love, best friends and friends. Moreover, it will be helpful for those who are struggling in finding your north star.
Author- I have faith in you!
Faith is the source of my power!
Waiting for next phase to read....

by Dorji Wangdi (September 27, 2020)

1 Reviews

The theme of this juvenile revolves around how poverty matures immature (physically, mentally and psychologically),how poor parenting morphs their child to rich and horizon of the "teachers" has expanded beyond the notion "tutors". Therefore it's interesting non-fictions with mixed auto Siwtch button moods for every readers

by Tashi Tshering (September 26, 2020)

1 Reviews

Energizing and motivational book. Right book for the students like myself. Thank you for a better choice by Bhutanese author

by Kurtoep AssTee Wangchuk (September 26, 2020)

1 Reviews

This book gives motivation and inspiration to see things more clear. It gives new hope and energy for those who are on the verge of giving up. More importantly it teaches no matter how many times you fall down in your life, never give up, keep focus on your goals and get up every time you fall down. This is the key message I got after reading it. Therefore I would suggest everyone to read this book especially the children who lack parental support and guidance, who are not economically sound and struggling for education.
If I were to grade this book out of 5, no doubt it is 5 out of 5.
Thank you.

by Sonam Lhamo (September 25, 2020)

1 Reviews

Sad, funny, inspiring, and satisfactory read. Informative for children. Must read 'for' students

by Dorji Wangchuk (September 25, 2020)

3 Reviews

As an author, ego shouldn't get better of me but I still enjoy reading this book of mine. The second edition is coming soon