Voices To Be Heard

The Hate U Give  by Angie Thomas The hate U give little infants fucks everybody. Starr witnessed Khalil being murdered and everything changed ever since. All of the characters, Starr who live in black communty but study elsewhere, Khalil who had to sell drug because of his mom, starr’s boyfriend Chris who was lovely and brave, Seven […]

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Accompnaying

Anna and the Swallow Man  by Gavriel Savit Audio book read by Allan Corduner One of the most beautiful and implying covers. The little girl seem safe and belonged in the shadow of the swallow. The gift for languages of both Anna and the swallow man helped a lot during their traveling. Their journey is not exaggeratedly easy, […]

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Kaikoura Earthquake

Surviving 7.8 – New Zealanders Respond to the Earthquakes of November 2016  by Phil Pennington I‘ve never been in an earthquake until the 7.8 magnitude Kaikoura Earthquake. Still it feels good to know stories of other persons who live in the same city and went through the same earthquake as I did. For me the most unpleasant […]

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The Wizard

Storm Front, The Dresden Files Series, Book 1  by Jim Butcher Audio Book read by James Marsters Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden is THE WIZARD. As always, there is also a female detective who did nothing but ask why and cause problems in a silly way( yes Lt. Murphy here ). I hate the routine set up of stupid-female. This one did […]

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Life in Rarotanga

An Afternoon in Summer – My Year on a South Sea Island, Doing Nothing, Gaining Everything, and Finally Falling in Love  by Kathy Giuffre One of the best titles. With Nice old landlady, flowers everywhere, not-so-many-overwhelming-choices, all those raniy and sunny days, life in Rarotanga, Cook Islands seems slow and simply. I can really understand what the […]

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Time-travelling

In the Embers, Great Northern Audio Theatre Collection  by Brian Price Beautiful old music. Fantastic idea for time travelling of emotions, as they aren’t substance, thus have no quality.

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Kids in Wartime

The War That Saved My Life  by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley Audio book by Jayne Entwistle This story was set during World WarⅡ. Ada had twisted foot, but was brave enough to run with her little brother Jimmy as evacuees from school. During their time living with Susan Smith, Ada learned to ride the pony Butter. Frankly I […]

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Agoraphobia

The Woman in the Window  by A. J. Finn A psychological suspense, a bit like The Girl on the Train. They’re both suspenseful but not scary. Dr Anna Fox suffered from agoraphobia, PTSD ever since the family accident and can’t get out of the house any more. The Russells moved in across the park and then things happened […]

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Another First-Love Story

Love in the Time of Cholera  by Gabriel García Márquez Audiobook read by Armando Durán Timeline: Fermina’s husband the doctor, died an unexpected way  – Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza and telegram and the garden and in love – civil wars and Fermina married with the doctor –

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