Kiedy Atena Odwraca Wzrok – Jakub Szamałek

Another gift from my dear friend from studies, last time she got me Szamałek's second book Czytanie z Kości, which I devoured in a day. It was no different this time. What I did differently this time was that I refrained from rereading the author's biography, as last time I found the comparison with mine a …

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Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death – M.C. Beaton

After finishing It at the beginning of the month I had a bit of book hangover, the world built by King was fascinating and has been my home for two full weeks, so I needed something to clean my palate before next 'serious' book. As I'm also trying to clean up my Kindle a bit …

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Numero Zero – Umberto Eco – Quotes

I’d lost all faith in everything, except for the certainty that there’s always someone behind our back wanting to deceive us. “The whole business of mobile phones can’t last,’ declared Simei. ‘First, they cost a fortune and only a few can afford them. Second, people will soon discover it isn’t so essential to telephone everyone …

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