In general, I am a huge fan of literary classics and a contemporary fiction, and I spend most of my time reading it. Lately, I tried to extend my literary horizons by adding some new biographies and non-fiction books into this years reading list. I wasn’t disappointed and enjoyed throughly some contemporary perspectives from talentedContinue reading “Non-fiction corner”
I’m trying not to love New York in that kitschy soapy hollywood way, because yes, it totally has all it’s glamour, but also cockroaches on the subway and Trump buildings everywhere. Then again, Guggenheim is the cosiest and most comforting place in the universe, MET Opera has the best productions in the world and allContinue reading “Back to New York”
…not that phone photos can fully capture it.. I’ll be back with photos from the next hike:)
In full honesty, this post is just going to be random mixture of everything from sci-fi to non fiction. I just read some amazing books last couple of months, so I wanted to create a short recommendation list. First and foremost, I finally got around to read Dune by Frank Herbert. And while I’m notContinue reading “Some book recommendations”
Most amazing orchestra: I just had a wonderful opportunity to hear Berlin Philharmonic playing Verdi’s Requiem conducted by Riccardo Chailly. It was a supremely powerful performance. Requiem is just one of those intense pieces that are absolutely best enjoyed live and I am forever grateful that I had a chance to hear it in such a greatContinue reading “Reasons to love Berlin”
Let me start by saying that my picks below were not necessarily published this year, rather they are the books I got around to read in 2016 and I loved them so much that I wanted to make a record of it. If you want a comprehensive list of the best books published in 2016,Continue reading “Best books I read this year”
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