Z Głowy – Janusz Głowacki

Sometimes you come across a book that makes you think: ‘how nice to finally talk to someone intelligent’. And that is one of those books, Głowacki’s ease of storytelling and ability to seamlessly jump from a raunchy anecdote into very serious musings on the nature of the world make this book a pleasure to read. …

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Animal: The Autobiography of a Female Body – Sara Pascoe

I want to say it is a feminist book, but then in a way, it really isn’t because feminism is not the focus here, and writing about half of the population doesn’t make a book feminist. But then it is just in a quirky way. It is, as the subtitle announces, an autobiography of a …

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Adrian Mole. The Cappuccino Years – Sue Townsend

Adrian Mole is a character that accompanied the British public for thirty years. First introduced in The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 ¾ published in 1982, Adrian grew and developed throughout the subsequent decades, while also becoming the chronicler of the societal changes happening in the United Kingdom. I remember I read the …

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