One of my favorite topics when I was taking Russian classes was the two giants in their literature: Leo Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoevsky. After some research, I found out that the two have extremely opposite lives, economically speaking, yet both ended up being great authors. Another thing I’ve discovered is that the Russians seem to … Continue reading The Burden of Free Will
Yup, you read that right. will.i.am, together with Brian David Johnson, wrote a book and the cover’s literally bright — I mean, look how shiny it is! So, apart from its obvious glow, what made me pick this book among the hundreds on the shelves? I would say it’s the title. WaR (Wizards and Robots) … Continue reading will.i.am has a bright book!
Paulo Coelho nailed it: The Winner Stands Alone is indeed “a crude portrait of where we are now”. It’s been a long time since I took a break from reading genres like this but my return is definitely worth it. So, what made me pick this book among the hundreds in the shelves? For one, … Continue reading A closer look on ourselves
In this article, I would like to give the spotlight to Mr. & Mrs. March. I believe they played an important role to the success of the Little Women in the story. In taking a closer look at the reasons why we love the sisters so much, let’s give the torch back to this lovely … Continue reading They are the parents we were wishing for
I must admit: it is my first time finishing a classic and to be honest, I think it would remain a frail hope if not for the lockdown due to COVID-19. Nevertheless, I can justify that the 541-page book is indeed a good read. In fact, it is all together a “good” book, that is, … Continue reading Little Women: The March Sisters