'From Where I See' is a thriller that is more non-fiction than fiction. After a close friend commits suicide, a reason is sought. Although the structure could be improved (a bit chunky at times) author Ajay Yadav explores what makes humans unique and the rational behind many societal beliefs. Rationality is not an absolute concept: It rests on a fundamental premise, and people have different premises' from which they live their life by. Combining philosophy with religious interpretation and a dash of polemic, we are presented with a diverse range of topics. The discussions presented in the book are more philosophical, that is not to say that the book is inaccessible. It is highly accessible to any reader as the author is certainly a talented writer. I found this book to be an interesting departure point, to a more enlightening world-view.