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“For it is said that humans are never satisfied, that you give them one thing and they want something more. And this is said in disparagement, whereas it is one of the greatest talents the species has and one that has made it superior to animals that are satisfied with what they have.”

John Steinbeck

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“Monsters are real. Ghosts are too. They live inside of us, and sometimes, they win.”
― Stephen King, The Shining


Review: Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow By Gabrielle Zevin

If you ask yourself “Do I need to read this book”, then I think you will find it interesting that this is the story of an indie company that creates games. At the same time, it is a story about friendship, which was bonded by their passions and ideas.  

Game united all of these people in the book, and Game disconnected them. Do I recommend reading “Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow” for a person who does not play video games? Yes, I think this story will be interesting for you too.

Anxious People By Fredrik Backman

Briefly about the plot Anxious People is about an inept bank robber who ran from the police in panic and took hostages in the apartment.

Review of the “Beartown” by Fredrik Backman

“Beartown” is one of the sad and at the same time optimistic books, which I read last year. I’m writing this review and I’m crying, because it still hurts my soul. It is one of the books that make you reconsider all your vision and experience before.

Book Review: “Happy People Read and Drink Coffee”

The main character of “Happy People Read and Drink Coffee” is a woman who had a perfectly happy life. Diana owned a literary café with a funny (as for me) name: “Happy people read and Drink Coffee”, and had a happy family with a caring husband, and a small, beautiful daughter. But one day her happiness was destroyed by a tragic car accident, her beloved family died.

Book When Nietzsche Wept By Irvin Yalom

Book “When Nietzsche wept” is about one of the fathers of psychiatry, Josef Breuer, and his patient, Nietzsche. The beginning of the story is about a woman who asked Josef to help her friend and a fascinating new philosopher. He wrote that he would commit suicide in a letter to her, and she is frightened that he can do this. None of the doctors could help him before; therefore, she thinks that only Breuer has enough knowledge and courage to help him.