Daily History

What Jane Austen Ate and Charles Dickens Knew – From Fox Hunting to Whist – the Facts of Daily Life in Nineteenth-Century England  by Daniel Pool This book is so academic and so cool. Details of 19th-century England, from daily house life to social life, with all these confusing titles and social norms. It’s very helpful […]

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Telling

Me Talk Pretty One Day  by David Sedaris Audiobook read by the author Travelling to Paris and things and people from childhood till now.

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Travelling

At Home in the World – Reflections on Belonging While Wandering the Globe  by Tsh Oxenreider Finished this book on my first birthday in Fiji. Starting to find Suva lovely and pretty after the first month’s cross-cultural shock. Marvelous strawberry gateau by the way \(‵▽′)/

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Somewhere Cold

The Library of Ice – Readings from a Cold Climate  by Nancy Campbell Audio book read by Tania Rodrigues About ice and polar climate and the art of life there. About ice, about seals, about people and about the community. Beautifully written, not a bit boring even there’re a lot of academic quotes.Quite the opposite, it’s […]

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Filthy War

The Book Thief  by Markus Zusak I thought it would be a girl who loves reading. The books turned out to be marking her way of struggling and living through the terrifying war time. What did the white Germans do during WWI and WWII? They suffered.

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Another Jack Reacher

Bad Luck and Trouble, Jack Reacher Series, Book 11,  by Lee Child Audiobook read by Jeff Harding You don’t mess with the special investigators. Jack Reacher Series: 1    Killing Floor 2    Die Trying 9    One Shot 10  The Hard Way 11 Bad Luck and Trouble 20   Make Me

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Self Defination

Nine Perfect Strangers  by Liane Moriarty I’ve been extremely busy and unhappy  for the past few weeks. This book helped little. While I love the part about the Lotto couple anyway.

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