I started reading Dune mid-2016, and among the 50 or so books I read that year, Dune was the best one of them. A marvellous book, a fantastic story, a gorgeous and mind-blowing journey through its pages, characters and settings. Frank Herbert truly created a work of art within the Dune pages. It was a […]Read more "The last of Dune. Thoughts on “Chapterhouse” and the journey of reading Dune."
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"
As the time passed, he lost what he never thought could be lost. He lost the willingness to fight, as he always did. He lost the urgency to run everywhere because time was pushing. He lost the need to lie, because there was no reason to do it, no more. But most importantly, he lost […]Read more "The Man Who Lost Everything"