New Book ‘The Broken Horoscope’ Shows the Futility of the Zodiac Signs

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Author Raad Chalabi has written a truly ingenious read that open’s readers eyes to the truth about horoscopes.

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Even today some people still consult their daily horoscopes on how to live their lives.

The 12 Zodiac signs have been used throughout history to predict the personalities and actions of a multitude of people. Even today some people still consult their daily horoscopes on how to live their lives. In “The Broken Horoscope” author Raad Chalabi demonstrates the futility of boxing in one’s personality within the boundaries of twelve zodiac signs.

The theme behind “The Broken Horoscope” is simple. It basically states that the more one tries to pack individuals in predefined character slots in order to predict their future behavior, the less likely one is able to make any sense of what one subsequently observes their behavior to be. The book is intended to explore through imaginary dialogues the philosophical axiom that surprise is the essence of life and that human fickleness is its only anchor and the word maybe its only compass.

This highly informative book uses short and simple dialogues to communicate complex ideas and thoughts. The “Broken Horoscope” is undoubtedly an interesting read.

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About the Author
Born in the middle of the previous century, author Raad Chalabi, after equipping himself with PhD degree in Chemistry, embarked on a journey in life with scientific and commercial objectives. As a result of this endeavor the author secured several patents and managed, at board of directors’ level, many public and private companies in more than 10 countries. Among the companies managed by the author were software companies, finance companies and chemical companies. The companies were located in countries which are culturally diverse such as USA, Japan, UK, Russia, Bahrain, Cyprus, Spain, Malaysia and Switzerland. This allowed him to be exposed to human nature at the ‘front lines’ of business and politics. The author opted to share his global experience of people and cultures in a series of books which he hopes would both entertain and cause the reader to ask questions.

The Broken Horoscope* by Raad Chalabi PhD
Publication Date: April 25, 2014
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 326 pages; 9781493194476
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 326 pages; 9781493194469
e-book; £3.99; 9781493194483

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