Cautionary tales and their subliminal messages

I haven’t got lots of time for reading lately so the only books I’m stuck with are children ones. I don’t mind even if I have to read the same book 2 or 3 times a day as I can analyze the whole messages behind each and every single story. The one I’m going toContinue reading “Cautionary tales and their subliminal messages”

Project Integrity International or the project for a new society

The world we live in today has drastically changed from as it used to be hundreds of years ago. We still have an economical system, still have a society but our greed transformed us and our environment. And from that greed lots of problems occurred. Being an Earth citizen you already know the problems weContinue reading “Project Integrity International or the project for a new society”

Funny and witty Bridget Jones

As a woman  I like to read chick lit from time to time. After a long day at work the best thing to do is have a good laugh with a funny book. I totally love Sophie Kinsella, Jane Green, Helen Fielding or Lindsey Kelk. Whenever I read them, it’s like a complete connection withContinue reading “Funny and witty Bridget Jones”

Some nice teachings from Lao Tzu

Happy Easter (for those of you who celebrate it) and all the best wishes to all of you. Being so busy lately, was looking for a short text to read and came across Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu. What can be better  than some nice short texts that can make you question things and find yourselfContinue reading “Some nice teachings from Lao Tzu”

Patterson and his 8th Confession

James Patterson is known as one of the best thriller writers so I decided to give it a try since there aren’t many books dedicated to this genre that I’ve read so far. I really enjoyed 7th Heaven last year and now I came across The 8th Confession, the eighth book from Women’s Murder ClubContinue reading “Patterson and his 8th Confession”

The Time Keeper and his lessons

“Man wants to own his existence. But no one owns time.” Time, what a great subject. It’s in our minds every day, we mention it like hundreds of times throughout the day (“I need more time”, “I don’t have enough time”, “Give me more time”, “What’s the time?” etc.), we all want it and yetContinue reading “The Time Keeper and his lessons”

A nightmare in 1984

“The best books… are those that tell you what you know already.”  From all the books I’ve read so far, the best and the most complex one is for sure 1984 or Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell. So concentrated and yet so complete. 1984 takes the art of writing about dystopian societies to another level. It’s soContinue reading “A nightmare in 1984”

Would you like to live in A Brave New Wold?

I’ve been spending  lots of time lately over here and  I came across 50 books to read before you die and thought to myself it’s time to catch up with the ones I haven’t read yet. So I started with A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. The book seemed so intriguing that I alsoContinue reading “Would you like to live in A Brave New Wold?”