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IuliaC

IuliaC

Joined January 2019

Books, cats, coffee, tea, flowers, wine, anything magical
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Impacarea cu tine insuti by PARINTELE NECULA FRANCISC DOBOS
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Lux, moda si alte bagatele politicesti: In Europa de Sud-Est, in secolele XVI–XIX by GIULIA CALVI CONSTANTA VINTILA, MARIA PAKUCS-WILLCOCKS, NICOLETA ROMAN, MICHAL WASIUCIONEK
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My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh
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The Cat and the City | Nick Bradley
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I loved this collection of 15 short stories where the city of Tokyo itself and a cat are characters alongside the inhabitants populating this lively capital. Fragments of their life are beautifully and originally illustrated. They are just humans in a vibrant city, experimenting love, loss, addiction, grief, regrets, failure, healing. The stories have in common some of the characters but also possibly the legendary shapeshifting cat.

BennettBookworm That reminds me of Jemison‘s The City We Became where the cities are actual people, too! 7h
IuliaC @BennettBookworm This sounds great, I've stacked it, thanks! 🤗 6h
charl08 Tempting! 4h
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Some notable ideas in this one, but it is definitely more useful if read during teenage years.

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I'm catching up on the classics with this collection of short stories by the master of the detective, mystery and macabre genres. The virtue of classic and must-read authors resides in that their work remains captivating and meaningful even almost 200 years later.

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"Yes, there was a war. Yes, we came from its epicenter. In that war, a woman gifted herself a new name-Lan-in that naming claimed herself beautiful, then made that beauty into something worth keeping. All this time I told myself we were born from war-but I was wrong, Ma. We were born from beauty."

A heart-breaking, raw and grief-stricken confession written in a beautiful poetic prose. The story itself reminded me of "Transcendent Kingdom"...

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Women Talking: A Novel | Miriam Toews
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A powerful, disturbing and tragic story inspired by real events. The conversation between these abused women is wonderfully used as a means of illustrating all major philosophical themes and a feminine universe where fragility and vulnerability coexist with strength, wisdom and love.

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River Between | Ngugi wa Thiong'o
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Two communities live on the shores of a river in Africa; one has adhered to christianity, while the other still abides by the old traditions and rituals but has embraced school and education, both hoping that their way is the one which will provide for a better faith and life in general. While their conflict grows deeper, an innocent young couple of lovers, who try to reconcile the visions, falls victim to this rift of doubt and hate.

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This is not just short prose with an open ending but also with an unpredictable plot which invites the reader's imagination to creatively contribute to expand the stories.

This is not for a reader seeking action in a book, but for one interested in the writing style and the fine sense of observation which sheds a particularly distinctive light on common events in people's lives.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful photo 📷💜 3w
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Lust For Life | Irving Stone
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I'm well aware this is a masterpiece of its time (1934), but it simply didn't resonate with me.

The novel depicts 16 years of famous Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh's life between the time he worked for Goupil Gallery in London and his suicide at the age of 37.

On a separate note, I absolutely love Van Gogh's work as an artist.

Graywacke Too bad it didn‘t work. But at least it encourages searching out more Van Gogh - that‘s always good. 3w
IuliaC @Graywacke Exactly! 😊 3w
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Despre sensul vieții | Mihai Morar și Părintele Necula
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I received this book as a gift. It's a beautiful dialogue between a radio journalist and a Christian orthodox priest about the meaning of life. I haven't imagined I would enjoy this as much as I did.

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Anxious People: A Novel | Fredrik Backman
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I know I'm so late to this party but it was a fantastic one. This is my second novel by Backman and I enjoyed it even more than the first, totally worth all the hype.
Bank robbery turned into failed hostage and apartment's open house situation. I laughed out loud, then used some tissues to wipe out heavy tears, then laughed again, briefly, so representative for Backman's style!

vlwelser I love this cover. This book was great. 1mo
IuliaC @vlwelser loved this book too! 1mo
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Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta | Aglaja Veteranyi, Vincent Kling
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Short but quite shocking pseudo-autobiographical novel. A young girl travels around the world with her family of circus performers after they fled communist Romania in the 1960s and tells her disillusioning story in fresh, cruel and violent images. Her childhood is haunted by her fear of not losing her mother whose number is to dangle from her hair and by her mother's fear for her daughter not to be abused in a world of poverty and struggle.

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Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta | Aglaja Veteranyi, Vincent Kling
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"In each new town I dig a hole in the earth in front of our wagon, I thrust my hand in it, then my head and I hear God breathing and chewing underneath. Sometimes I wish I sank, despite my fear, in there, to let myself bitten by him. God is always very hungry."

"My family broke abroad like glass breaks."

"I let my skin drop on the floor."

"I dream that my mom dies. She leaves me a box with her heart's beats."

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These Precious Days | Ann Patchett
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This wonderful collection of essays walked me through all possible emotions. I'm so grateful to Litsy for discovering this book. ?

"That's what I got from these books, the ability to walk through the door where everything I thought had been lost was in fact waiting for me. All of it. The trick was being brave enough to look. The books had given me that bravery, which is another way of saying the ability to believe."

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This memoir is a little treasure for book lovers; chapters in the author's life are entangled with references to books that have educated, shaped, amazed, supported and uplifted her in tremendous ways in good and in bad times.

"Every book holds a memory. When you hold a book in your hand, you access not only the contents of that book but fragments of the previous selves that you were when you read it."

The_Penniless_Author I've been meaning to ask you, how are things in your part of Romania? Have you gotten a big influx of people leaving Ukraine? 1mo
IuliaC @The_Penniless_Author I'm in Bucharest and although quite far from all borders with Ukraine, we still got a lot of people from Ukraine here too. In the first weeks of March almost everyone I know has been involved in a way or another in assembling donations, hosting refugees etc. I still can't believe something like this happened in 2022 and hope it ends soon. I now value peace in a whole new way... 1mo
The_Penniless_Author @IuliaC Agreed. My wife is from Bulgaria, and even though they haven't seen the same numbers Romania has, there have still been a lot of refugees passing through. I hope it ends soon, but unfortunately I don't see an easy way out of things at the moment. 1mo
IuliaC @The_Penniless_Author I totally agree with you 1mo
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⭐️ “I will make piles of my most treasured books and read through them, taking comfort not only in each book itself but also in the reassuring knowledge that there are many more to come.“

⭐️ “When the bite of real life is too brutal, I retreat into made-up worlds and tread well-worn paths.“

⭐️ “Reading built me and always has the power to put me back together again.“

DivineDiana Beautiful quotes! ❤️ 1mo
IuliaC @DivineDiana it's a very "quotable" book ? 1mo
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The Soul of a Woman | Isabel Allende
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A beautiful tribute to the women of her soul and to the women in her life. A delicate collection of thoughts about her mission, about women's condition, about ageing as a woman, her manifesto for a better world.

“The patriarchy is stony. Feminism, like the ocean, is fluid, powerful, deep and encompasses the infinite complexity of life; it moves in waves, current, tides and sometimes in storms. Like the ocean, feminism never stays quiet.”

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Galapagos: A Novel | Kurt Vonnegut
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My first novel by Vonnegut. I enjoyed this original and surprising satire!

"Thanks to their decreased brainpower, people aren't diverted from the main business of life by the hobgoblins of opinion anymore"

KatieDid927 His wit is unmatched. If you dug this one I recommend Cat‘s Cradle. 2mo
TheNeverendingTBR Slaughterhouse-Five and Breakfast of Champions are also amazing! 👌 2mo
shortsarahrose Seconding Cat‘s Cradle and Slaughterhouse-Five. Haven‘t read this one or Breakfast of Champions yet. 2mo
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IuliaC @KatieDid927 thanks for the recommendation, stacked! 👍 2mo
IuliaC @TheNeverendingTBR I've stacked both! 👍 2mo
IuliaC @shortsarahrose thanks, I've put both of them on my to read list 👍😊 2mo
The_Penniless_Author Not that you need any more recommendations at this point, but where Vonnegut is concerned I can't resist 😁 I second everything above, and would also add The Sirens of Titan and Mother Night to the list. 2mo
IuliaC @The_Penniless_Author thanks so much, added! 👍😊 2mo
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This book is the sleep bible, the science explaining the "what", the "how" and the "why" of sleep.
I've always loved a good night's sleep and knew quality sleep was crucial to health, well-being, work productivity and creativity, and now I am also aware why, as the saying goes: "Sleep is the best medicine."

jlhammar Yes! Such an interesting book. Learned a ton. 2mo
IuliaC @jlhammar me too! 👍 2mo
jewright And I suck at sleeping! I always have. 2mo
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The Best Short Stories | Guy de Maupassant
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"I waited in a still, nut-brown hall, pleasant with late flowers and warmed with a delicious wood fire - a place of good influence and great peace. Men and women may sometimes, after great effort, achieve a creditable lie; but the house, which is their temple, cannot say anything save the truth of those who have lived in it."

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The Anomaly | Herv Le Tellier
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A tribute to the OuLiPo manifesto. I loved all the philosophy disguised under this smart thriller.
A plane with over 200 passengers onboard coming out of a terrible storm lands safely 106 days after a perfectly identical copy of it had landed. While the theory explaining the event sounds quite spectacular, the more shocking and thought-provoking is the question: what would you do if you met yourself and had to live in parallel with your double?

kwmg40 I had to look up OuLiPo. Very interesting! 2mo
IuliaC @kwmg40 me too, I found about it right before posting the review when I googled the author's name 😊 2mo
Schwifty This almost sounds like the story of the duplicates in Unspent Time, although that one was a bit like a Monty Python sketch. 2mo
IuliaC @Schwifty I've added this one to my list too! 👍 2mo
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Real Estate | Deborah Levy
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This memoir was such a pleasant weekend read. A beautiful meditation on women's condition and the relation with their emotional baggage and material possessions. Wisely chosen literary references and meaningful geographical locations added depth and relevance to the message.

"There were spectres in the shadow of my own life too: childhood, Africa, love, loneliness, ageing, my mother, all the unreal estate in my property portfolio."

rachaich O listened to her on radio 4 a while ago and she was really interesting. 2mo
IuliaC @rachaich I thought so too, I'll check her novels as well 2mo
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The Queen's Gambit | Walter Tevis
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I know just some basic chess moves and still found it very entertaining, I imagine it must be fascinating for chess lovers!♟️♟️♟️
I binge watched the TV show right after I finished the book.

Happy World Book Day and International Writers' Day! 📚

WJCintron LOVED both the book and the series!! Love chess!! 😃 2mo
IuliaC @WJCintron me too 👍 although I'm a terrible chess player 🙈 2mo
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"Taken together, all of these studies suggest that the path to a life of meaning and significance isn't to "live in the moment" as so many spiritual gurus have advised. It is to integrate our perspectives on time into a coherent whole, one that helps us comprehend who we are and why we're here."

Some useful and practical ideas in this book. Knowing WHEN to do something is just as important as knowing how to.

claudiuo I love Freesias, what a gorgeous bunch! 3mo
IuliaC @claudiuo mee too! 😊 the scent is fantastic 3mo
vlwelser I read one of his other books and liked it a lot. I'll have to look for this one. And the 💐 are gorgeous. 3mo
IuliaC @vlwelser thank you ? it's my first "meeting" with this author, but I'll check his other books as well ? 3mo
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Song of Solomon | Toni Morrison
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A man on a quest to uncover his inheritance and understand his identity; a very special family novel, slow, heavy and painfully realistic in the first half, with quite a steep shift to a more alert and captivating storyline in the second, flirting with magical realism, myths and allegory.

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I understand the TV series is coming up soon!

The writing is so elegant, the setting so atmospheric. In 1922 Count Rostov is sentenced to house arrest in Metropol, the most luxurious hotel of Moscow, where he lived. We witness 32 years of Russia‘s tumultuous, painful and tremendous history experienced by a man who refused to let himself defeated by harsh and inevitable changes, and whose education and humanity proved to be priceless in any era.

Gissy So pretty that edition 😍 3mo
IuliaC @Gissy I like the other one too 👍 3mo
janeycanuck I didn‘t know this was going to be made into a tv show! I‘ll have to pay attention for it. 3mo
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annahenke Oh love your review - I didn‘t know about the show! exciting! 3mo
IuliaC @annahenke thank you 🤗 3mo
cdcnmac Loved this book, didn‘t know about the show- Thank you for posting this! 2mo
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"By their very nature, human beings are so capricious, so complex, so delightfully contradictory, that they deserve not only our consideration, but our reconsideration—and our unwavering determination to withhold our opinion until we have engaged with them in every possible setting at every possible hour."

batsy 😻😻 3mo
IuliaC @batsy 😺😽 3mo
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SRWCF What a gorgeous 🐈! 3mo
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320 de pisici negre - Editura Nemira | Rodica Ojog-Bra?oveanu
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This one was a sweet detective story and comedy, the 3rd installment in a series written by a local author. The main characters are an adorable 63-year old lady who was arrested for being involved in art thefts, has been mistaken with someone else and taken out of prison by a group of gangsters, her black tom cat and a police inspector who has the bad luck of being assigned to find her.

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A Horse Walks Into a Bar | David Grossman, Jessica Cohen
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I am not familiar with the entire social and political background, but still I am in awe of the author's brilliance in delivering such a complex drama encompassing so much individual and collective trauma under the format of a very believable stand-up comedy show. The constant back and forth between tragedy and comedy, soft jokes and more subtle, deep matters is terrific. I'm part of that audience that stuck with the show till the end.

sarahbarnes I read this a few years ago and it has really stuck with me. 3mo
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A Horse Walks Into a Bar | David Grossman, Jessica Cohen
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'We covered birthdays, which as you know are a day of reckoning, of soul-searching, at least for those who have a soul, and I'll tell you that personally, in my state, I just don't have the resources to maintain one. Seriously, souls demand non-stop upkeep, don't they? It never ends! Every single day, all day long, you gotta haul it in for servicing. Am I right or I am right?'

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I tapped more into psychogenealogy and transgenerational trauma. The family tree seems to be a living organism which influences our life in all major areas with almost mathematical precision. The moment of our conception, of birth, our name, all have a meaning and a purpose. We can heal our family tree if our ancestors' destiny is negatively impacting our life and free ourselves from repeating mistakes and lessons not learnt by our predecessors.

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I couldn't find this one's title in English.

Psychogenealogy gives a lot to think about! I will definitely read more on this topic.

To what extent do the loves, failures, revolt, despair and neurosis in our lives repeat the feelings and choices of our ancestors?

We have the chance to liberate ourselves from the transgenerational script and chase away the "ghosts" and traumatic legacies embedded in our family tree.

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The Discomfort of the Evening | Marieke Lucas Rijneveld
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Oh my, this is a jarring, hard one, although not much happens. Metaphors are magnificently achieved through an incredibly original use of terrifying, disgusting sensory and visual details.

Jas lives with her siblings at an animal farm in a very religious family. She's 10 when a terrible accident occurs, her parents' relationship deteriorates and the children try to process and understand death on their own, which leads to tragic consequences.

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I simply loved this one! ???
I was completely absorbed by the life of this small Armenian village isolated on top of a mountain, where everything is soaked in magic and symbolism and a late love saves the world. It reminded me of my grandparents' life and I believe this book was with good reason called "a balm for the soul".

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An enjoyable novel for children. This story is not new and although I've read similar ones over time, it is always good to be reminded of the important message it conveys. I spent some very nice hours in the company of these lovely characters.

Graywacke Nice location! 4mo
IuliaC @Graywacke in the cerulean sea 😊 4mo
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Migrations: A Novel | Charlotte McConaghy
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Thank you Litsy for this book which I devoured in a day!
I loved the lyrical descriptions of both the inner and outside world, the meaningful dialogue, the magnitude of human emotions and the realism of the heart-wrenching disaster of animal extinction.

'If the animals have died it will not have been quietly. It will not have been without a desperate fight. If they've died, all of them, it's because we made the world impossible for them.'

BarbaraBB That quote makes me want to read it all over again 🤍 4mo
IuliaC @BarbaraBB 🤍🤍 A book thay will definitely stay with me for a long time 4mo
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Lolita | Vladimir Nabokov
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"Human life is but a series of footnotes to a vast obscure unfinished masterpiece."

"Life is just one small piece of light between two eternal darknesses."

A fabulous and scandalous classic literary work of art I am glad I finally read.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome quotes!! Stacked 📚 4mo
IuliaC @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This novel is a treasure of quotes 😊 4mo
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Liz_M It is an amazing book if one can get past the subject matter. Jeremy Irons narrated an audio book and that is a stunning piece of work! 4mo
IuliaC @Liz_M I totally agree! 👍 4mo
Graywacke Those quotes are terrific. Congrats on getting to it. (I read it for the first time last spring) 4mo
IuliaC @Graywacke 👍 I have no idea why I postponed reading it for so long 4mo
Graywacke @IuliaC yeah. I‘ve stacks of unread books (real and hypothetical stacks) that I have some thought for. 4mo
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"The world‘s shrivelling beyond the windows, darkening at the edges and blackening at the centre"

I liked this gigantic, suspenseful and philosophical puzzle, its peculiar premise and particularly enjoyed the dialogue in the last chapters.

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My oh so late top 21 of 21 consisting of the 20 above + The Master and Margarita

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Hilarious take on political correctness and the warm mediocrity and cliches it inevitably leads to.

"Red Riding Hood screamed, not out of alarm at the wolf's apparent tendency toward cross-dressing, but because of his willful invasion of her personal space."

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Rver | Franck Thilliez
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A good, solid thriller. I liked how chapters were organized and could be read in a different order as well and particularly enjoyed learning about narcolepsy.

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Untitled | Anonymous
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Always!

Gissy Yes!!! 📚📚📚📚📚🙌 5mo
Valiseb This is so true! (edited) 5mo
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The Poet X | Elizabeth Acevedo
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"Late into the night I write and
the pages of my notebook swell
from all the words I‘ve pressed onto them.
It almost feels like
the more I bruise the page
the quicker something inside me heals."

It is incredible how this prose in verse can encompass such a fabulous avalanche of emotions, hit with giant waves of teenage frustration and passion and make the reader relive that unforgettable age that is adolescence.

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Souffl | Asli Perker
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"The center of the earth is not a giant crystal; it's the kitchen in every house."

Three endearing and heart-wrenching life episodes: a woman finds purpose and relief from her sad life, a man learns how to treasure his beloved wife's memory and a woman succeeds to surpass a family crisis through the incrediby healing power of cooking and marvellous recipes.

I had no idea the souffle is one of the most difficult to cook dishes!

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Largely inspired by the author's personal experience, the book gives voice to so many unheard women, not only from Korea.

No wonder the novel has raised a debate in the Korean society and became a cult book, given how forthright it presents women's condition over the last 40 years. A wonderful book to read in just a couple of hours.

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Fresh Water for Flowers | Valrie Perrin
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Such a pleasure to read beautifully entwined tender and passionate love stories in a murder mystery and romance thriller. Violette has been a cemetery keeper for 20 years, she tends to her garden, keeps a registry of burial speeches and offers confort and a hot coffee to all visitors who stop by her house on their way in and out of the graveyard. One visitor disrupts her routine and we discover her painful past of loss, love, hope and redemption.

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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls | Elena Favilli, Francesca Cavallo
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Both volumes are wonderfully illustrated and inspiring compilations of 200 real heroine stories revealing a world of infinite possibilities

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Rarely do I finish a book and feel like I don‘t need to say a word about it, in a good way, to just interiorize the narrator's confession. The emotions it triggers are simply overwhelming. It is indeed a story about the harsh reality of immigrant life, opioid addiction and depression, love and loss, about turning to science for answers, but most of all it seems to be an exploration of the extent to which faith is able to ensure transcendence.

BeaG I enjoyed this one too! 6mo
IuliaC @BeaG me too 👍I found out about it here on Litsy 😊 6mo
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"I had to try to understand, to extrapolate from that limited understanding in order to apply it to those of us who made up the species Homo Sapiens, the most complex animal, the only animal who believed he had transcended his Kingdom... That belief, that transcendence, was held within this organ [the brain] itself. Infinite, unknowable, soulful, perhaps even magical. I had traded the Pentecostalism of my childhood for this new religion [science]"

mackelie I really want to read this book! It‘s on my TBR! 6mo
IuliaC @mackelie It's been on my TBR for a long time and I've just started it 😃 I like it so far! 6mo
BarbaraBB I so loved this one. 6mo
IuliaC @BarbaraBB 👍 I'm about halfway through it and love it! 6mo
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She writes beautifully, I savoured every chapter. I admire her capacity to inspect her deepest emotions and frame them in simple and wise words which bear profound meanings.

It may be or not a coincidence that I read this book exactly at the beginning of winter in my hemisphere.

She has voiced many of my concerns and I identified many of the struggles I've been through while experiencing the winters of my soul.

Lesliereads I got my copy of this book after hearing the author on an episode of “On Being” - but just because the seasons were transitioning [in the U.S.] between winter and spring, I think I opted to read other things instead (*shrugs). I‘ll try again this winter. ❄️ 6mo
IuliaC @Lesliereads I perfectly understand, I added this book to my stack sometime in spring if I remember well a put off reading it for some time and in the meanwhile it was translated into my language. I believe its impact is more powerful if read in winter 6mo
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🤍 For my own part, they [rituals] open up a space in which to host thoughts that I would otherwise find silly or ridiculous: that voiceless awe at the passing of time. The way everything changes. The way everything stays the same. The way those things are bigger than I am, and more than I can hold.
🤍 To get better at wintering, we need to address our very notion of time. We tend to imagine that our lives are linear, but they are in fact cyclical

zezeki Love that cover!! 6mo
IuliaC @zezeki to me it looks like "autumn meets winter" ? 6mo
zezeki @IuliaC Love it, it really does feel like that! 6mo
IuliaC @zezeki 🤍🤩 6mo
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