Which is the most over-hyped book you have read?

Kind of agree with some of the above answers. For me, the three that were inordinately disappointing were:

1. Life of Pi: It did not make sense to me, no, I mean, literally did not. I could not understand the play of present and past and future, could not follow or grasp what was happening, when it was happening or why! It was like wading through mud in the darkness- could not see anything. The most confusing book ever, simply because I could not even get the flow of the language.

2. Fifty Shades of Grey: I hold the dubious distinction of having read more than 10,000 Mills and Boon and maybe another few thousands of trashy romances. Believe me, I know my trash ;-) And 50 shades... was so un-erotic, un-passionate, un-arousing. Not to mention the horrible horrible grammar and language and really bad English.

3. Twilight- I only read Book One, and hated it. Again, completely brainless, useless, reason and logic-less!  Bella has to qualify as one of the dumbest book heroines of all time.

On the flip side, I adored Atlas Shrugged (which some people here did not like).
How to lose body fat fast, particularly in my belly area

Hi Jen,First, let me clear some misconceptions you may have.You cannot lose body fat fast. You can sure lose a lot of weight, but that would have a lot of water weight and muscle weight. Usually, people who lose weight fast tend to get back all and more of it.You cannot target belly

Assuming no air resistance, straight downward free falling from the height of International Space Station will take how much time?

This is going to be a very approximate answer, ignoring the fact that over 408 km (which is the height of ISS orbit) the gravitational acceleration is not uniform - it gradually falls off to about 88% of its strength at sea level.But if we simplify things and consider uniform acceleration of 10 m/s^2, then time taken to fall

How to know if I'm getting fast results or slow results with my workout at the gym

It depends on your current fitness level, the intensity and frequency of your workouts, your diet, and most importantly, your goals. If your goal is to put on muscle mass, you should see an increase in strength, (the amount of weight that you can lift), almost weekly