2013-09-02 10:44:28 - “Boots to Arses: Misfits, Vigilantes and the Random Visionary” by Anil George considers life from a different angle
“Boots to Arses: Misfits, Vigilantes and the Random Visionary” by Anil George germinated through the writer’s long term hobby of collecting quotes. Through the book, he has sought to connect their significance to his own life and those who inspired him. Dotted with simple doodles all across, “Boots to Arses” has pretty interesting chapters that will force the readers to reconsider life from a different angle. These include alternate viewpoints on music, world affairs and the movies, examples of foresights and total lack thereof, and snippets on Nobel Prize winners.
The author digs in deep and provides an interesting hypothesis on the circumstances that rocked Wall Street- borrowing much of the material from collected news articles published during that time span.
From a bird’s view, the book can be treated as a collection of non-fictional essays written by various people collaborating together in one space.
Anil George has been a part of the journalism world for quite some time and has earned accolades for his reporting skills in segments like technology and entertainment. He has been passionate about books from a tender age, and it was this same affinity that brought him into journalism. Anil George has worked in some renowned dailies and websites like Indian Express, TBWA Anthem, Gulf News and during his rediff.com tenure, became an admirer of the city of Mumbai. Currently, Anil resides in Dubai and is the Managing Editor of leading gadget magazine T3 Middle East.
Book : Boots to Arses: Misfits, Vigilantes and the Random Visionary
Author : Anil George
ISBN : 978-93-83271-28-3
Price : Rs. 650.00
Publishing Date: July 2013
Publisher: Power Publishers