Posted in Nonfiction psychology

Morgan Housel “The Psychology of Money”

This book tries to explain our approach to being rich and the rich. The book…

Posted in psychology Self help

James Clear “Atomic habits”

This book is an effective tool for establishing useful habits. Simplicity and consistency are key…

Posted in Architecture Estonia Guidebook Tallinn

Contemporary architecture in Tallinn : a guidebook

This pocket-sized book is superb introduction to the Tallinn most interesting buildings. It includes eight…

Posted in Asia Cultural Fiction society

Han Kang “The Vegetarian”

Han Kang is a South Korean writer who was awarded the Man Booker Prize for…

Posted in Architecture Art Nonfiction Sightseeing Spain

Eleanor Van Zandt “The Life And Works of Gaudi”

This superb book is about Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852 – 1926), who in…

Posted in ADD Nonfiction

Gabor Maté “Scattered Minds”

The author of the book, Dr. Gabor Mate, is a physician whose special interest is…

Posted in Asia Cultural Fiction Humor Japan

Sayaka Murata “Convenience Store Woman”

Keiko, a 36-year-old woman, has been working in a convenience store for eighteen years. It…

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Kathleen Rooney “Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk”

This book is inspired by the life and work of a poet and ad woman…

Posted in Australia Fantasy Fiction Friendship Nature

Robbie Arnott “The Rain Heron”

“The Rain Heron” is Robbie Arnott’s second novel. The first one, “Flames”, was shortlisted for…

Posted in England Fantasy Fiction Humor

Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman “Good Omens”

Angel Aziraphale and a demon Crowley grow accustomed to life on Earth and make a…

Posted in Animals Biology Nature Nonfiction

Mark Carwardine „Extreme Nature: The Weirdest Animals and Plants on the Planet“

This beautiful book is a mind-blowing guide to the weirdest and most remarkable wildlife on…

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Sue Monk Kidd “The Invention of Wings”

I stumbled upon Sue Monk Kidd’s „The Invention of Wings“ while looking for „The Secret…

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Uzma Jalaluddin “Ayesha at Last”

What comes first, love or marriage? Even people with the same religious background seem to…

Posted in Fantasy Fiction Magical Realism Science Fiction

Matt Haig “The Midnight Library”

‘Between life and death there is a library’, she said, ‘and within that library, the…

Posted in Autobiography, Memoir Children Cultural Fiction Guatemala Maya South America War

Rigoberta Menchú & Dante Liano „The girl from Chimel: tales from a Mayan village“

Have you ever looked at the small coloured stones in the river magnified through the…