AliGhaemi

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (10 of 14)
Location: Toronto, Canada
Anniversary: Feb. 29
In My Own Words:
Books I recommend are found in my reviews. Here are several top picks: Grapes Of Wrath, Of Human Bondage (unabridged edition), David Copperfield, Catcher In The Rye, The Way Of Wyrd and most books by Jane Austen or Noam Chomsky.

Interests
I reside in Toronto, Canada.

Likes: nightwalking, elderly couples holding hands, bicycling late at night, staring at stars and wondering what the planets revolving around them look like and authentic sushi.
Mount Fuji from a distance with a lone ch… Read more
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 447,673 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 14
Selling To Vito: The Very Important Top Officer by Anthony Parinello
Selling To VITO (Very Important Top Officer) is a book dedicated to the science of getting past the proverbial gatekeeper and reaching the executive prospect.
The book discusses in detail everything from attitude to the format of letters one should mail to the content of the voice mail one must leave. In that respect, the book is complete and combined with the personal experience the authors bring manages to offer an above average methodology into an important aspect of most sales cycles.
Having said that, does the book's advice actually work? Well, the answer is some yes and a lot of no. Having put the methodology to work first hand - letters, labels and all - it is fair to say… Read more
The Bourne Supremacy by Robert Ludlum
The Bourne Supremacy by Robert Ludlum
3.0 out of 5 stars Bourne Again!, June 4 2004
The Bourne Supremacy is the second book in the Bourne trilogy of author Robert Ludlum. This time around Jason Bourne has been flung unwittingly into the politics of China and has to both reincarnate himself and battle his own reincarnation.
The book is fast-paced, thrilling and certainly has enough action to satisfy the most ardent of espionage buffs. It, however, loses points once it begins to avail itself of one too many coincidences and lucky breaks. Sure, the reader is supposed to reason, this is fiction and fantasy, but a little more realism would probably have worked here.
Nevertheless, The Bourne Supremacy is a fun and involved read for those who can suspend their disbelief… Read more
The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum
The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum
Jason Bourne is a man with extraordinary skills. He has an altered appearance, access to millions of dollars and can get more using his many talents. The problem is that he does not know who he is, how or why he has acquired his skills and where he comes from. He is a man with no memory.
Stranded in Southern France and nurtured back to health by a drunkard doctor, Bourne is desperate to regain his past, future and identity. How can he do it though if he does not know where to start and what to look for? Moreover, there are individuals out there gunning for his life. A Canadian woman is helping, but will that be enough to remain alive when international assassin Carlos will do anything… Read more