Charbel M. Tadros

Author, Website Designer at Brandpluss, Personality Development Coach, CEO at Future Academy, President of the Sydney Autism Community Lions Club

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Book Review: The Magicians trilogy by Lev Grossman

What happens when Harry Potter meets The Chronicles or Narnia? Yep, you get The Magicians by Lev Grossman. In this trilogy which has been adapted as a TV series recently, we go along the journey of Quentin, a young adult who is obsessed with a fantasy book series discussing the magical land of Fillory, which […]

Book Review: The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield

Note: This book review covers The Celestine Prophecy and other related books including The Celestine Vision. To some it may sound like blasphemy, but The Celestine Prophecy has been a bible for me for the past seven or eight years. This book is magic in itself because it starts working and reshaping your life as […]

A Leaderless Democracy: the Solution to Lebanon’s Crisis

In light of the recent revolution in Lebanon, many issues have come to light and many others remain undiscussed. With no clear solution in sight, Lebanon remains at the same standpoint it has been at for over thirty years: how can we achieve a true democratic balance in a very small country made up of […]

Book Review: Graceling Realm by Kristin Cashore

Being perhaps one of the most “disjointed” series I’ve ever read, Graceling Realm made of three books “Graceling”, “Fire” and “Bitterblue”, is nevertheless a nice read. I call it disjointed due to the fact that whether you read Graceling or Fire first, the story still makes normal sense because each of these two books is […]

So your Child has Special Needs…

No Two Children are ever the Same Nowadays, all over the globe, we hear of many different diagnoses which go under the umbrella of special needs. They may be physical handicaps such as blindness or paralysis, intellectual handicaps such as cognitive delays and mental retardation, social adaptation disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders, behavioral disabilities […]