Title: The Rudest Book Ever

Author: Shwetabh Gangwar

Publisher: Westland

Genre: Self Help

Rating:4.5/5

The Rudest Book Ever comprises the chapters which will surely change the way you think. The book starts with the concept of “How to think.” The author has devised solutions to almost every problem that a teenager goes through. Moreover, there are many aspects of the book that will be helpful for other age groups.


The book gives an insight into the reality of the world. Shwetabh has done fabulous work in making the people understand the root cause of every problem. The book has 17 chapters and it is written lucidly.


The topics like how to think, how people consider themselves special, why people try to emulate their ideal, and many other topics will render you to change your mainstream perspective towards things. Over time our generation has stopped questioning their actions. It is certainly due to the excess use of social media and easy access to all the things.

The author discusses many aspects of social media that affect us and we don’t even recognize them. The main highlight of this book is that you can relate to every solution and example mentioned in it. The book teaches about self. After reading this book you will get to know how your self is related to your self-image, self-confidence, and self-esteem. Many topics of the book revolve around the “SELF.”


Readers are suggested to read this book thoroughly and understand its every point. One can feel the change in the way they think after reading this book.

About Author

Shwetabh Gangwar: The Author of "The Rudest Book Ever."

Shwetabh Gangwar is a novelist, Youtuber, public speaker, and a professional problem solver. He owns two Youtube channels and has over 2 million combined followers. He solves the problems of people sent to him on his Instagram account (@mensutra).

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