It all started when I noticed that The Sentence by Louise Erdrich was (finally!) available in Romania as paperback. And then I thought ... if I order a book, why not put together a bigger order, to refresh my shelves and have my Spring fully BOOKed? 😉 Super happy with my new books 🙂 The … Continue reading Let a whole lotta’ books come to me! Or how I got myself busy for the next months
Currently reading My current read is Parable of the Talents by Octavia E. Butler, the second book of the Earthseed series. Parable of the Talents continues the story of Lauren, a young woman who created a new community in the midst of social and climate chaos. Quite interestingly, the story is told not only through … Continue reading What I’m reading in August 2022: dystopia, honour killings, and a fascinating (fictional) island
This month I travelled a lot - through reading, while being in Romania. From the neighbouring country Moldavia to Turkey and then to the UK, the stories I read this month spanned through time and geographies. Quite interestingly, a touch of serendipity: all three stories had a common theme - stories of women who were … Continue reading What I’m reading in July 2022: Moldavian folklore, Turkish culture, and a bit of immortality
The time has come to wrap up 2021! And what better way to think of the past year than sharing the favourite books I read? 📚 With 41 books read in 2021, I am happy to say that it was quite difficult to choose my top 10! As I already wrote reviews for all books … Continue reading Best Books I Read In 2021
The past month was a good one - summer holidays always bring a fresh boost of energy and a lot of reading time. I read 5 books, an interesting mix of planned and unexpected reads - a Caribbean story, a story inspired by Shakespeare's life, a South Korean surreal book, a modern classic about a … Continue reading What I’m reading in September 2021: heartbreaking stories and modern classics
I must have heard of A Little Life from other bloggers. None of my friends read it, something I found out when I was craving to discuss it with someone. So - thank you, dear bloggers, for bringing A Little Life to my life.