Book Reviews

The Art of Supreme | AB Kaura | Book Review

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Notion Press; 1st edition (10 May 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 248 pages

Book Review

The Art of Supreme is a coming-of-age novel about our protagonist, Karn, who discovers universal intelligence along his journey. Through his journey, we learn about egotistical emotions and how we can unlearn the concepts passed down to us to live a more fulfilling life.

Partly based on a true story, The Art of Supreme follows a novel approach to a self-help book. Through storytelling, the author intends to share the tools and methods to apply to our day-to-day lives. These tools will equip the readers to develop a holistic understanding of their inner selves and take appropriate measures to live a balanced life.

The book talks about pleasure, profit, power, and how humans are inclined to appease their egoistic selves. More often than not, without even realising it, we tend to do things driven by our egos. The book advocates the need for developing self-restraint and freeing ourselves from any idea that holds us back.

Soul is pure memory, understanding is pure experience, intelligence is pure consciousness, and the mind is pure imagination.

People should substitute drama with debates, debates with perspectives, and perspectives with perceptions.

I liked how the book talks about complex human emotions and gives pretty insightful thoughts. The writing is crisp, however, I felt the narrative could have been precise to avoid confusion one might encounter as they read the book.

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