Posted in Art Estonia Nonfiction

„Metsa ja mere vahel. Eesti loodusmaal / Between the Forest and the Sea. Estonian Landscape Painting“

This great art album provides an insight into Estonian landscape painting. It is based on…

Posted in Estonia Nonfiction

Hilary Bird „TARTU : five walks into history: out and about in the City of Great Ideas“

I recomend a book about Estonian second large city Tartu (about 18o km from Tallinn)….

Posted in Fiction Romance

Jojo Moyes “Me Before You”

Cheerful and bubbly Louisa lives an ordinary life until she unexpedly loses her job at…

Posted in Fiction

Andrés Caicedo „Liveforever“

Andrés Caicedo’s novel „Liveforever“ is a kind of „all-inclusive“ tour to Colombia of the seventies….

Posted in Autobiography, Memoir Biology Nonfiction Philosophy

Derrick Jensen „A Language Older Than Words“

Derrick Jensen is a writer, ecophilosopher and environment activist. „A Language Older Than Words“  shows…

Posted in Fantasy Graphic Novels Science Fiction

Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons “Watchmen”

“Watchmen” is not an ordinary comic book series. It is so much more because it…

Posted in Fiction Historical Horror Mystery

Alma Katsu “The Hunger”

“The Hunger” is a book that is quite hard to describe: it is part historical…

Posted in Fiction Magical Realism Short Stories

Haruki Murakami „Birthday Girl“

The works written by Japanese author Haruki Murakami are among library readers very popular. In…

Posted in Fiction Historical

Min Jin Lee “Pachinko”

This might easily be one of the best fiction books written based on Korean and…

Posted in Fiction Horror Thriller

Stephen King “Pet Sematary”

I don’t know what is it with Stephen King’s writing that gets readers hooked until…

Posted in Autobiography, Memoir Health Nonfiction

Paul Kalanithi „When Breath Becomes Air“

October, and the autumn in general, is probably the most fitting month to be reading…

Posted in Fantasy Fiction Magical Realism

Haruki Murakami “1Q84”

It would be an understatement to say that this literary work is one of my…

Posted in Fiction Mystery Young Adult

Mindy McGinnis “The Female of the Species”

A thought provoking, painful but achingly honest novel from the Edgar Award-winning author, exposing aspects…

Posted in Cultural Fiction Historical War

Mary Lynn Bracht “White Chrysanthemum”

“Some historians believe fifty thousand to two hundred thousand Korean women and girls were stolen,…

Posted in Historical LGBT Romance

Mackenzi Lee “The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue”

We step into the world of a spoiled brat who is not happy about the…