People disappear when they most want to be seen: The Truants by Kate Weinberg (book review)

A modern whodunnit, a story about friendship and betrayal, transition (or not) to adulthood, "The Truants" is a story I recommend if you're interested in reading murder mysteries and / or stories with a strong literature flavour. For a great experience, try playing truant while reading the book! 🙂

The dark side of fame and First Contact: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green (book review)

Ariel Bissett, one of the few people I follow on Youtube, mentioned during this video about "A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor". I was very intrigued by the long name. But is was a sequel, so I had to start with the first book - "An Absolutely Remarkable Thing". I started reading it with no expectations, and … Continue reading The dark side of fame and First Contact: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green (book review)

Let’s talk about the Future Library – Books written during a century, to be published in 2114

Do you ever think about what the world will look like in 100 years? Will people still live in cities or maybe there will be a migration to rural areas? Will the planet still have enough basic resources for all its inhabitants? Or from a book-related perspective - will people still read physical books? The … Continue reading Let’s talk about the Future Library – Books written during a century, to be published in 2114