These days i m reading #TheMuseumOfInnocence by #OrhanPamuk. Someday i will visit the museum too.
I just started - after, with apologies to fans, holding off for ... 35 years .... reading Dune, by Frank Herbert.
Instantly hooked. It's like Game of Thrones + Star Wars on steroids (I'm only on page 40). I'm annoyed at myself. But he did put me off with the Rats book.
I've been a lot into sci-fi this year, and I love it!
fiction is good for the heart and this is good fiction:
The Faster I Walk, The Smaller I Am by Kjersti Annesdatter Skomsvold
"Is it really possible for a woman to disappear so completely that the world won’t notice her passing? The Faster I Walk, the Smaller I Am is a macabre twist on the notion that life “must be lived to the fullest.”"
many of you may be aware of this - project gutenberg (so named for the first mass printed book - the gutenberg bible) is a resource for free public domain e-books for your e-reader of choice. more books than you could ever read, for nothing!: https://www.gutenberg.org/
"Amal Sater: If it's not too late; we can simply call it The Book Corner! I worked as an early childhood educator for many years and that's where we would go for "quiet time". This is also why I'm so very fond of Shel Silverstein🌳" - thanks for the suggestion for the group title Amal!