The story about Robinson Crusoe is world famous, but what if someone were to tell it a little bit differently? Foe gives a whole different spin to the classic tale, and shows different sides of humanity while doing it. When reading about Foe, most I […]
Mindfulness is not for me. I don’t know why, but I’m not buying it. That was until I realized mindfulness does not have to involve yoga, and that instead it can involve loads of laughter. Frazzled is mindfulness with humor. Okay, I’ll admit it, […]
Every kid dreams of running away, finding treasures, play all day, and just have one adventure after another. This spirit is the one that Mark Twain captures in the classic The adventures of Tom Sawyer. When I was a kid I wanted to […]
In just a couple of years, Rick Riordan seems to have become the master of mythology for young adults. And now he dives into the Norse world, with the Magnus Chase trilogy. I loved the Percy Jackson series, and decided wisely to skip on the next series. […]
Paul Theroux might be THE name on travel writing. His books have inspired a whole new generation of writers, just as he was inspired once. All of his inspirations are now combined in The Tao of Travel. There was once a time when […]
Something to read, and something to collect. Penguin combines them by releasing their little black classics. Or little black books, because it sometimes feels like guilty pleasure. It is a smart move, to publish little extracts of well-known books. One or two […]
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