We live in strange times, so discussing about the strangest books I've ever read seems to fit in the picture 🙂 The 10 books I selected are strange from different point of views - from weird-freaky books to strange-but-interesting books.
As we are getting closer and closer to 2018, I couldn't resist planning what books to read next year. In this post I included 7 books that I want to read, ranging from contemporary writers to classics. Here we go! § The Labyrinth of the Spirits by Carlos Ruiz Zafón This is the book I expect the … Continue reading Reading plans: What fiction books I want to read in 2018
I consider the beauty of books lies not only in the stories contained but also in the stories of their writers and the broader context in which they were written. Taking this approach, I started writing a new type of blog posts: Get to know the writer. These posts will present (famous) authors, focusing not … Continue reading Get to know the writer: Fyodor Dostoevsky
After having reviewed a book written by a contemporary writer (The Circle by Dave Eggers), now it’s time for a classic one - Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. This book was recommended to me by my brother as an “easy one” compared to other Dostoevskian masterpieces, and it is the first book by Dostoevsky … Continue reading Deep dive into criminals’ psychology: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky (book review)