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    Bookreview: “The Lifechanging Magic of not giving a F**k”

    I read “The lifechanging magic of not giving a f**k” by Sarah Knight and here is my review. I picked this book up during a vacation in London, UK. It proved to be the perfect read at the time, since we were stuck at Stansted Airport in the plane and in baggage claim for almost 12 hours. The lifechanging magic of not giving a f**k I.Loved.This.Book. I can’t even tell you how much it just resonated with me. First of all it was so liberating to just read the f-word in a self-help-ish lifestyle book. Thank you, for not being too clean and serious. Second of all, I actually read…

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    Bookreview: The Smoking Hourglass

    Here is my book review of “The Smoking Hourglass” by Jennifer Bell. “The Smoking Hourglass” is the second book in ‘The Uncommoners’ series, following “The Crooked Sixpence”. Read my review of the first book here>> “As soon as Ivy and her brother Seb set foot back in the mysterious underground city of Lundinor, they know that something has changed […] something dark is stirring just below the surface, and uncommon traders are uneasy. Ivy and Seb have stumbled into a plot that could condemn every uncommoner to a disastrous fate […] can Ivy and Seb put a stop to the sinister Dirge’s plans?” (Blurp borrowed from Penguin books) Review of…

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    Book 10/196: France

    “The reader on the 6.27” by Jean Paul Didier-Laurent is the French contribution to my project: Reading the World and is thus the 10th book in this context. I picked it up in an English small-town bookshop, because I liked the cover and found the plot interesting – it was also compared to Amelie, which is a form of storytelling that I enjoy. Genre: Fiction Summary: “The reader on the 6.27” is about a man who commutes to work and every morning, he brings with him scraps of paper with writing on it. Scraps he has saved from the big monster machine at his workplace, where books are shredded, dismembered…