I’ve been wanting to read The Analyst for years but I never quite got to it. When I recently asked on social media for suggestions of books to read next, this book was mentioned a few times, so there you go. “Happy fifty-third birthday, Doctor. Welcome to the first day of your death”. Imagine that […]Read more "My thoughts on The Analyst by John Katzenbach"
This book is can be highly, highly controversial and the value it brings to a reader depends mostly on the already made assumptions and wisdom of such reader. As any religion-related topic, this book taps strongly into already-made beliefs. Most people, by age 20 or later, already have an strong opinion regarding religion, spiritualism, God, […]Read more "Thoughts on “In Conversation With God” by Neale Donald Walsch."
I’ve just finished “A Brief History Of Time” by Stephen Hawking and I feel my brain more efficient, bigger and smart just by reading this book. What an amazing journey Hawking takes you to; you’ll learn about the discoveries of Galileo, Newton, Einstein, Maxwell, Hubble, and so many other great scientist that have changed the way […]Read more "A crash course on the history of physics. My thoughts on “A Brief History Of Time” by Stephen Hawking."
The Rosie Project is a story of a very socially awkward geneticist looking for love who finds Rosie, a gorgeous and bit crazy woman who will make him change for the better.Read more "Why I loved “The Rosie Project”"
This is probably one of the books in which I’ve learned the most about something specific and so common as Olive Oil. Turns out, Olive Oil is AMAZING and you might have never really tasted a real Extra Virgin olive oil. I was very surprised to learn that most (in my case 9 out of […]Read more "My thoughts on Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil"