Theater director Felix has been unceremoniously ousted for his role as Artistic Director of the Makeshiweg Festival. When he lands a job teaching theater in a prison, the possibility of revenge presents itself – and his cast find themselves taking part in an interactive and illusion-ridden version of The Tempest that will change their lives forever. Continue reading “Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood | A Story about Love and Revenge or about an Obsessed Lunatic?”
I did it, guys! My yearly goal was not very high this time – only 50 books. But I am so proud to be completing this ahead of time!
(Also I just bought a bunch of AMAZING books that should be arriving soon, so I hope to go crazy mode in November! i.e. Closing myself in the room and reading 24/7!)
If anyone interested to see what books I read this year, here is the link —-> GoodReads Challenge 2016
Have you completed your GoodReads challenge this year? If not, how many books do you have left?
I was tagged by Icebreaker694 a while ago and also by Liza @Duskangelreads just last weekend to do the Blogger Recognition Award.
Thank you so much, girls, for nominating me! Make sure to check their wonderful blogs! Continue reading “The Blogger Recognition Award!”
For a while now I’ve been wanting to adapt my blog to the seasonal mind-set and to the weather outside. I don’t know why, I just love it when my blog portrays exactly how I am feeling and right now I am feeling Autumn!
Instead of giving full revamp to my blog and my header image (that I quite like) I decided to add little autumn touches here and there (the same way I decorate my house for the season!).
Have a nice Sunday!
A thriller with a twist? Herman Koch knows how to surprise his readers.
Get ready to have your mind blown away by the unforgettable quotes, intriguing characters and completely unpredictable and unforgettable ending! Continue reading “Dear Mr. M by Herman Koch | A Stalker? A Murder? A Love Affair?”
Once upon a time, in a peaceful kingdom far far away, there lived a young girl. Raised in the family of artists, she’s seen and experienced what it was like and what it takes to survive in the world divided in castes. Continue reading “Political Issues in Illea | Interesting Concept in the Selection Series”