For reasons I want to keep out of digital world, I was unable to keep posting reviews of books that I read recently. So, the pile is composed of:
Victor Hugo — „Les Miserables”
Sven's Birkets - „Guttenberg Elegies”
Tatiana Rosnay - „Sarah's Key”
George Lakoff - „Political Mind”
Arthur C. Clark - „2001: A Space Odyssey”
and... currently reading Marek Hartel's "The Book of Abraham" and listening to Conrad's Nostromo ....
I hope I will manage to review each item from my list soon ....
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Friday, August 27, 2010
Friday, August 13, 2010
The past that haunts the present - Sarah's Key
I have just finished Sarah's Key by Tatiana Rosnay. Amazing, enchanting yet sad and tragic book. For another tragic reasons I want to keep me out of digital world, so I will not write a review today. Time will come and I will ...Maybe
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