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    Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD REVIEW ë PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ò Franco Arda FREE DOWNLOAD Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Won this from a Goodreads First Reads Giveaway so thank you Franco Arda and SmarterComics for giving me an autographed copy Looking forward to reading The Prince once that arrives This will be my first review written for

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD REVIEW ë PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ò Franco Arda Fortune Favors the Bold from SmarterComics is publisher Franco Arda's own contribution to SmarterComics offerings According to the bio blurb he's a former derivatives trader for Deutsche Bank I'm guessing this is what worked for him Pretty bold to admit to being a derivatives trader Fortune Favors the Bold offers classically good

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    (KINDLE) Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Author Franco Arda Much than inspirational a life changing experience If you are not familiar with SmarterComics as I was not before this book you will be pleasantly surprised and hooked My only regret is not being able to review this book sooner By the covers title Fortune Favors the BOLD and even after reading the book summary I had no idea what

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    (KINDLE) Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Author Franco Arda Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD REVIEW ë PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ò Franco Arda Perhaps with the exception of the page length 50 Fortune Favors the Bold by Franco Arda exemplifies what a comic should beThe Artwork and words complement one another perfectly Each chapter conveys an entire thought or concept independent of all other chapters yet they follow a pattern which helps to explain severalof our less complimentary human tendencies Each chapter has a clear beginning middle and ending and moving from one e

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    Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD (KINDLE) Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Author Franco Arda I won this in a first reads contestIt's an interesting read on how being bold can help you live a happier and awesome life I really liked the illistrations I think that is what helps set it apart from other books like itEach section starts out with some uotes and then goes on to explain the idea in the chapter The pictures just really make th

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    (KINDLE) Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Author Franco Arda This was light and so very enjoyable I began highlighting right away It was a nice little 'pat on the back' of encouragement Used well this read could give you the confidence to 'boldly go where only few dare' remembering t

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD REVIEW ë PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ò Franco Arda I won this on Goodreads Although I read through it in no time I found it a bit self reflecting I think a lot of

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    (KINDLE) Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Author Franco Arda REVIEW ë PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ò Franco Arda This was an interesting little book It's full of advice and encouragement on how to improve your everyday life The illustrations was good and it does give you food for thought Thank you to Goodreads and Franco Arda for my autographed copy of this book

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DOWNLOAD Ð Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics This is the first book in the series and written by the founder of SmarterComics himself Franco Arda Follow this secret agent as he gives you solid ideas on how to lead a bo. Won this from a Goodreads First Reads Giveaway so thank you Franco Arda and SmarterComics for giving me an autographed copy Looking forward to reading The Prince once that arrives This will be my first review written for this site but I feel it s only fair to write one since that is a lot of the purpose of these giveawaysTo start Fortune Favors the Bold is a comic produced by SmarterComics and written by SmarterComics founder Franco Arda and illustrated by Anjin Anhut Naturally the first thing I came across was the art both on the cover and in the book The cover is featured here on Goodreads and really shows what you will visually see in the book a James Bond kind of gentleman doing cool things like driving a sports car flying a jetpack climbing mountains running from guys in ski masks etc The character art is very good and it did for me what it s supposed to do It made me think that the guy is really cool and that if I am like him I too can achieve what he is doing The characters poses though seemed exactly that poses and a few times seemed out of place or awkward The only big issue I had with the art is that while the character art was good the environments were non existent gradients or kind of weak Only in three chapters did I really think the environments helped the art It made the art seem very strip like for me which while not a bad thing I don t think it helped or added to the content The title of illustrator really fits Anhut for this book the art doesn t really stand on its own and sometimes seemed out of place for the given text but does support the text and helps reinforce the ideas written for the book most of the time The panelling and use of gutters was a little basic and somewhat disjointed and I had to reread some of the pages to understand what was happening Most of the panel to panel transitions seemed like they were skipping parts of the story of the guy with the exception of Chapter 16which I will revisit later where there was good use of action to action and moment to moment transitions The placement of text was sometimes awkward yet other times was used very well and sometimes it was hard for me to tell when a historical character was being uoted or paraphrased Overall the art felt like good character sketches placed next to each other which while not a bad thing didn t really add too much to the book s ability to carry the ideas of the textThe writing though seemed to carry the art in this book which seems odd after reading the About the Author where it is said that Arda wrote this to inspire his daughter and not being satisfied with a text based book he met with a comic artist It is also odd knowing that he wrote this for his daughter since the book looks and feels very male A James Bond like guy driving cars boxing and flirting with women seem odd examples of trying to inspire a daughter and not because I believe in gender roles but this largely felt like an inspirational book to be marketed to the majority of 10 year old boys not necessarily a passing of wisdom from a father to his daughterThe book is broken into 25 chapters of two pages Each chapter makes a statement and backs it up with examples uotes of historic personalities and some decent tips Most of the chapters talk about becoming one of the exceptional but also seem to echo most How to be Successful books Only one chapter really wowed me and that was Chapter 16 It s OK to Fail which already covers a part of success not often seen learning from failure and that that s ok The art in that chapter was also the best for mepage 31 is probably the best looking in the book and really illustrated the text the best as well It s OK to Fail is easily the best chapter in the book has the best action and artwork makes the protagonist seem real and vulnerable and not as godly as in the other chapters and presents the only tangible relationship this man has to anyone It was the chapter that made me realize this book would be much effective as a story about this guy showing us how fortune favors the bold with his actions and interactions alone instead of the self help approach Overall the writing is ok though somewhat bland again with the exception of chapter 16 though I think it would be well suited for misguided middle school aged boysI think I d stand by that for the book as a whole Overall kind of bland and slightly disjointed but maybe that s only as a very self aware adult I would be happy to introduce this book to the middle schoolers I work with and have a few kids in mind already Seeing the Light jetpack climbing mountains running from guys in ski masks etc The character art is very good and it did for me what it s supposed to do It made me think that the guy is really cool and that if I am like him I too can achieve what he is doing The characters poses though seemed exactly that poses and a few times seemed out of place or awkward The only big issue I had with the art is that while the character art was good the environments were non existent gradients or kind of weak Only in three chapters did I really think the environments helped the art It made the art seem very strip like for me which while not a bad thing I don t think it helped or added to the content The title of illustrator really fits Anhut for this book the art doesn t really stand on its own and sometimes seemed out of place for the given text but does support the text and helps reinforce the ideas written for the book most of the time The panelling and use of gutters was a little basic and somewhat disjointed and I had to reread some of the pages to understand what was happening Most of the panel to panel transitions seemed like they were skipping parts of the story of the guy with the exception of Chapter 16which I will revisit later where there was good use of action to action and moment to moment transitions The placement of text was sometimes awkward yet other times was used very well and sometimes it was hard for me to tell when a historical character was being uoted or paraphrased Overall the art felt like good character sketches placed next to each other which while not a bad thing didn t really add too much to the book s ability to carry the ideas of the textThe writing though seemed to carry the art in this book which seems odd after reading the About the Author where it is said that Arda wrote this to inspire his daughter and not being satisfied with a text based book he met with a comic artist It is also odd knowing that he wrote this for his daughter since the book looks and feels very male A James Bond like guy driving cars boxing and flirting with women seem odd examples of trying to inspire a daughter and not because I believe in gender roles but this largely felt like an inspirational book to be marketed to the majority of 10 year old boys not necessarily a passing of wisdom from a father to his daughterThe book is broken into 25 chapters of two pages Each chapter makes a statement and backs it up with examples uotes of historic personalities and some decent tips Most of the chapters talk about becoming one of the exceptional but also seem to echo most How to be Successful books Only one chapter really wowed me and that was Chapter 16 It s OK to Fail which already covers a part of success not often seen learning from failure and that that s ok The art in that chapter was also the best for mepage 31 is probably the best looking in the book and really illustrated the text the best as well It s OK to Fail is easily the best chapter in the book has the best action and artwork makes the protagonist seem real and vulnerable and not as godly as in the other chapters and presents the only tangible relationship this man has to anyone It was the chapter that made me realize this book would be much effective as a story about this guy showing us how fortune favors the bold with his actions and interactions alone instead of the self help approach Overall the writing is ok though somewhat bland again with the exception of chapter 16 though I think it would be well suited for misguided middle school aged boysI think I d stand by that for the book as a whole Overall kind of bland and slightly disjointed but maybe that s only as a very self aware adult I would be happy to introduce this book to the middle schoolers I work with and have a few kids in mind already

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DOWNLOAD Ð Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Ears in the eye and then taking action Connect with your dreams and focus what is important in your life Do you want to be special Then be bold and do what the ordinary fear. Very inspirational I loved the famous uotes

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DOWNLOAD Ð Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Franco Arda Ò 1 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics Ld life How to take action and follow your dreams Words from the book Fear of failure often prevents people from achieving greatness Boldness reuires actively looking your f. This was light and so very enjoyable I began highlighting right away It was a nice little pat on the back of encouragement Used well this read could give you the confidence to boldly go where only few dare remembering that our greatest limitations are self imposed As a man thinketh has always been an idea that is dear to my heartI want to thank Franco Arda for this autographed copy

  • Paperback
  • 80
  • Fortune Favors the Bold from Smartercomics
  • Franco Arda
  • English
  • 01 October 2019
  • 9781610829953