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Book Review: Bad Boy Bloggers: Four Stories of Technology Disruptors by Anuj Tikku

Anuj Tikku, a Bollywood actor turned writer, is always into the headlines for writing head-turning books. Recently, he came up with Bad Boy Bloggers: Four Stories of Technology Disruptors. This is a short book, more of a research material than a non-fiction.

Well, in its essence it is about 4 bloggers. Three bloggers are from abroad, while Tikku has mentioned himself as the 4th blogger. The insight of the book tells that in some or other way these bloggers have disrupted the conventional way of living or perspectives of life.

Other than Anuj, in the book, these three bloggers are Julian Assange from Australia, Alexi Navalny from Russia, and Mark Manson from America.

Julian Assange runs WikiLeaks, he shows videos and other stuff that puts any government in an embarrassed state. Similarly, Alexi Navalnny is against the Russian government, he is also banned from his country. And the third one is Mark Mansion, who wrote the book ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck’. Clearly, these bloggers are famous for their work, be positive or negative. How do they influence the world? You can get all answers by reading the book. Another suspense is why Anuj thinks that he also belongs to the race of disruptors? Well, for his support there are many reasons. Pick up the book and get all your answers. This book is good for aspiring to established bloggers, who want to have fame in their niche. More or less, the stories are inspiring yet controversial.

Tikku is seen as a shocker boy in the book, it also includes many thought-provoking quotes from him. Overall, it is a different book with some unique content. Indeed a good book for those who are looking for something extra in their lives. Writing was simple as like Wikipedia but there are some editing errors, had that been rectified it could have been a well-placed book.


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