Personal Growth

The code of Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani It involves pretty good clarifications for different daily activities, thus it would be easier to define things in our lives.   The Magic of Thinking Big  by David J Schwartz I was not inspired anyway.

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Let Go

Crossed  by Ally Condie The sequel to Matched and the second book in the Matched trilogy. Cassia  – on a journey to find Ky and the Rising against the Society. Ky – the main character,the potential Pilot Indie –  mysterious, sneaky, and possibly dishonest. Indie wants to find the rebellion and join; this is why she […]

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Brave Kids

I’m finishing all 14 books of this series one by one, fabulous The Baudelaire Orphans, Violet, Klaus, Sunny, they always had each other on each other’s back. Violet Baudelaire is fourteen years old and loves creating amazing inventions; Klaus Baudelaire is twelve and an obsessive reader; Sunny Baudelaire is a clever baby. For the siblings, it’s like having a sailboat in the […]

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To Be Continued

All about books that I started, not finished, yet still deserve a list (mainly for the lovely cover). It’s comforting to edit this ever-growing list, which means, optimistically, I have stopped being the “start then compiled to finish” weirdo. How We Met  by Michele A’Court Stories may mean much more for the teller rather than […]

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Romantic Fiction

Never love a highlander  by Maya Banks This is the last part of the McCabe trilogy.I really got myself astonished to find that agaaain I finished reading what I would call a stupid ( always love) novel from the very beginning till the end. I don’t like stupid and male chauvinistic books. When girls say they don’t like a […]

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