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Reading Reccomentations 2020 —

What I’ve been reading...

Books give us the chance to escape to worlds that don’t belong to us and experience things we never have or never can. I hope you will find a book that moves you within the ones I have read.

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Kya story is defined by prejudice. Abandoned by her family and forced to take on the world alone, her story defines all odds to then come crumbling down unjustly. Kya’s unique perspective shows us a different side to loneliness, where one can be his truest self.

Circe by Madeline Miller

A truly interesting insight into Greek mythology narrated in a modern way. The story of Circe the witch goddess appears tangible and not that far from reality, with ‘godly’ episodes that spice up the narration. Really makes you consider reading The Iliad and The Odyssey.

Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak

The Dunbar brothers are far from ordinary. Their lifestyle is complicated, as they have been left to fend for themselves after the death of their mother and the disappearance of their father, nonetheless the bond that ties them together will bring you to the brink of tears.

The Girl with the Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier

The painting is gorgeous and once you read the book it will give you a different perspective for looking at art.
The story is immersive and will keep your eyes glued to the pages from start to finish.

Ducks, Newburyport by Lucy Elmann

This book with it’s almost 1000 pages is practically only one sentence. It recounts the thought of the protagonist whom is a middle aged woman who spends most of her time baking. The book raises awareness on many issues facing the planet but in a very light and unique way.

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