Book Review: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Author: Robin Sharma

Genre: Self-help


“The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” is a captivating and inspiring book written by Robin Sharma that tells the story of a successful lawyer named Julian Mantle, who abandons his fast-paced and materialistic lifestyle to pursue a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

The book is divided into two parts: The first part is a narrative that follows Julian’s transformational journey, and the second part is a series of lessons that Julian shares with his friend, John, about the principles and practices that helped him find enlightenment and inner peace. The story of Julian Mantle is both intriguing and relatable, as many of us have likely found ourselves caught up in the rat race of modern life, feeling unfulfilled and disconnected from our true selves.

Julian’s transformation serves as a powerful reminder that it’s never too late to change course and pursue a more meaningful life. The lessons that Julian shares with John are practical and insightful, offering a step-by-step guide to living a more purposeful and fulfilling life. From practicing mindfulness and gratitude to pursuing one’s passions and living with intention, the principles outlined in this book are both timeless and relevant.

Overall, “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” is an excellent read for anyone who feels stuck in the daily grind and is looking for inspiration and guidance on how to live a more meaningful life. Robin Sharma’s writing is engaging and easy to follow, and the lessons he imparts are both profound and practical. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to find greater fulfilment and purpose in their life.


Cover- 3/5

Narration- 4/5


Story- 4/5

Overall rating- 4.5/5

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