Even though I didn’t plan to write about Fifty Shades of Grey, due to the fact that almost everyone wrote or talked about it, here I am writing. What made me write this post is a review I read on a blog some days ago. The blogger said that the books are poorly written (not something newContinue reading “Grey and His Fifty Shades”
Even though George Orwell stated early days that this novella reflects events during Russian Revolution in 1917, couldn’t help to notice the similarities between the situation presented there and our corporate society, where people behave a lot like the animals and the leaders a lot like the pigs. At the Animals Farm is like in anyContinue reading “Animals Farm in modern society”
Lately I have been reading many books about teenagers but the one I am presenting today even though it’s narrated by a teenager is far more than a YA book. It’s the history of people who life under oppression, who struggle every day and constantly have to fight for their rights. I am Malala is the storyContinue reading “A very brave girl called Malala”
Today we are going to see how much teenagers life changed during the years depending on the society they live in. And the best choices to do so are two teenagers’ diaries.
One of the books, that helped me find my way and find happiness was El arte de no amargarse la vida (The art of not making your life bitter) by Rafael Santandreu. Unfortunately it has only a Spanish version. Too bad, because this is not a self-help book we are used too, but a scientificContinue reading “The Art Of Not Making Your Life Bitter”
Disclaimer: This is not a book review. I don’t do book reviews, but when I find a book I really like, can’t help not to write about it here. So there it is, one out of many (!!Hope) books I fell in love with. One day-David Nicholls This week-end (or most of it anyway) I wasContinue reading “Three days in “One Day””
A list of the books I enjoyed in 2014