Tag Archives: Switzerland

Three Musketeers

The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells is a new fiction release on the shelves. Translated from the original German, the emotion filled story is one I enjoyed very much. Told in the first-person by Jules who is the youngest … Continue reading

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Unfinished Business

For Isabel, a Mandala by Antonio Tabucchi and translated by Elizabeth Harris is a small novel with a big message. This is a contemplative story about a dead Polish writer named Tadeus who returns to Earth from a star. His … Continue reading

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Humming a New Tune

Nocturnes: Five stories of music and nightfall by Kazuo Ishiguro is a collection of music themed short stories. As a Ishiguro fan and music lover, this novel aroused my curiosity. I ended-up being surprised because it seemed so different from … Continue reading

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Say What?

When in French: Love in a Second Language by Lauren Collins threw me for a loop.  I went into this book expecting a “hilarious” true story about the American author and her French husband. What I discovered was a book … Continue reading

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