Books on My Bedside Table

The pile gets higher as I’m developing a bad habit of starting too many books while halfway through others! Oh well…let’s see who made the cut πŸ™‚ -‘The Berlin Novels’ by Christopher Isherwood. I was given this book by boyfriend when we were on a blind book date (we get an hour in a bookstore to choose a book for each other) This edition consists of two of Isherwood’s books: Mr Norris changes trains Goodbye to Berlin -‘Rich People Problem’Read more

Books on My Bedside Table

A delightfully, eclectic mix that suits my whale so well (: Kruso, by Lutz Seiler- a German translation about bohemians on the ‘German Democratic Republic’ Insomniac City by Bill Hayes- Loved this! Full review available If I Could Tell You Just One Thing by Richard Reed- a beautiful gift from a friend which I can’t wait to dip into The Call by Peadar O’Guilin- YA, think Irish Hunger Games with mythical creatures Night Letter by Robert Dessaix- My mother’s favouriteRead more

Books for My Bedside Table

A rainy day, a cup of tea and a bookstore…the perfect day   The Age of Reinvention by Karine Tuil Another New York tale because I’m addicted to a city I’ve never been to! The book tells the story ofΒ talented law student Samir Tahar, a French Muslim, who encounters what he believes to be racial discrimination when applying for jobs. On a whim, he shortens his name to Sam and soon after is employed by a firm believing him toRead more