Quiet but powerful, and unmissable.
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A different look at an event which made history.
Well researched, but it has a bit too much of an "inside politics" feel.
One by one the authors learn that the only way to overcome the loneliness of an expat is to get out there and interact with the local culture.
An intriguing premise in a novel that falls apart under the weight of its complexity.
An adventure all hearts should embark on.
A book of simple love poems embellished with beautiful sketches by Touka Netestani.
"Reading will bond a child and parent closer, even from birth."
Milton teaches us to be okay with who we are and that sometime home is the best place to be.
I found Prison Stories to be almost a bit too ‘preachy’ for my taste.