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 image by SpringCeramics (@springceramics) with caption : "Books.... are you a kindle lover? Or a paper lover? I do both, but ultimately prefer books, something about the smell, t" - 1934229066072965992
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Books.... are you a kindle lover? Or a paper lover? I do both, but ultimately prefer books, something about the smell, the texture, the colour of the pages, it's more of a sensual act reading a book, snuggling under a blanket. Anyway, decided to make some bookmarks, will put some on etsy soon.... . . time

 image by Geethanjali (@100_books_in_a_year) with caption : "#guestpost by one of my best supports @padmasaran " The protagonist, a UPSC aspirant gets into Anna Nagar, the cradle of" - 1934228891709061560
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by one of my best supports @padmasaran " The protagonist, a UPSC aspirant gets into Anna Nagar, the cradle of civil service prep. in Chennai and tries to come in harmony with its dynamics - hostels, tea stalls which doubles up as question paper vendors, the No.1 coaching centers (which everyone claims though!?) and all categories of aspirants there. Continues the tale of his journey to clear the exam, interlaced with his love and struggles of fellow aspirants, few of whom have turned friends by then. As Geethanjali ( 100-books-in-a-year) had put up, this would be relatable to every person who had tried their hand in any competitive exam in India. But for a person who is running the same race at the same place as that of the protagonist, like me (almost everything matches up in my case), this is much more than that.😅😅😅 This ends up doing something a good self help book should do - to provide the thrust to move on (but more pragmatically than most self help does) 💪 Thank you ❤ @geethanjalikannan ( 100- books -in - a - year ) for gifting me this book. This did more than what you thought. 😇" . . . Thank you @padmasaran for your interesting insights . Looking forward to more of your guest posts. ❤ Let's 😎 #readingtime

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 image by Spectator40 (@spectator40) with caption : "L'arte di rimestare il letame senza insudiciarsi le mani.
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"Le cose come stanno"
Roberto Gervaso
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2017
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L'arte di rimestare il letame senza insudiciarsi le mani. ~ "Le cose come stanno" Roberto Gervaso @librimondadori 2017 ~ time

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Себастьян Жапризо 🇫🇷 "Долгая помолвка", 288 страниц. 
В очередном прочитанном мною романе Жапризо, выпол" at Saint Petersburg, Russia - 1934226264271121561

@serjantlech Себастьян Жапризо 🇫🇷 "Долгая помолвка", 288 страниц. В очередном прочитанном мною романе Жапризо, выполненном в стиле этакого облегчённого "Лунного камня" Коллинза, молодая обеспеченная женщина-инвалид с воистину маниакальной настойчивостью ищет своего сгинувшего во время Первой Мировой войны жениха. Его и ещё четверых солдат, осуждённых за самострел, командование приговаривает к весьма жестокому виду казни - выбросить их связанными на ничейную землю между своими и немецкими окопами, дабы слегка оживить застопорившиеся боевые действия (ну или противник их просто расстреляет, и дело с концом). Официальные власти и родственники жениха считают его погибшим после вышеперечисленных малоприятных мероприятий, но невеста считает, что сие есть ложь и провокация, и под недоуменные взгляды своих близких начинает свое расследование... Жапризо остаётся Жапризо: в книге есть и хитрые сюжетные повороты, напряжение, ненавязчивые размышления о войне, предательстве, любви. Но, признаюсь, до уровня предыдущих книг Себастьяна "Долгая помолвка", увы, не дотягивает. Начало романа невероятно медленное и тяжеловесное, с количеством без раскачки введённых действующих лиц и их взаимоотношений между собой с книгой может поспорить фильм "Викинг", привет Бэдкомедиану. Короче, 4⃣/5⃣, но всё же рекомендую начинать знакомство с Жапризо с таких его произведений, как "Дама в очках и с ружьем в автомобиле" или "Западня для Золушки", потом можно и за "Долгую помолвку" взяться. Ах да, ещё стоит сказать, что по сабжу в 2004 году снят винрарный фильм с Одри Тоту в главной роли, даже парочку Оскаров был номинирован, вот таки дела, малята. time

 image by Rick (@rickkelk) with caption : "Welcome to July, this is where I had the bright idea to join readalongs for two of Kings biggest books in the same month" - 1934221779822079156
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Welcome to July, this is where I had the bright idea to join readalongs for two of Kings biggest books in the same month. I read some really amazing books this month and it did actually take me a minute to decide which one was my favourite. Death on the Nile is easily the best out of the three Agatha Christie books I read this month. It's also the only Christie book so far that I have figured out who did it. The other two aren't bad, I don't actually think I've read a bad book by her yet, but they're just not very interesting. Catcher in the Rye was great, I'm planning to get the new hardback version at some point and probably read some of Salinger's other work. The Haunting of Hill House was amazingly creepy and I still need to check out the show. Under the Dome and The Talisman are both really good King books that I enjoyed a lot. The Talisman has a really interesting world and great characters that I loved reading about. Under the Dome is a bit of a weird one, but it was so cool seeing how easily the town goes to shit once they are sealed off from the world. The Drawing of the Three is my favourite Dark Tower book so far, I've still got two left so I can't guarantee that yet. Everything about that book is an improvement over the first in the series, I can't think of anything that I dislike about it. The characters, the story and the world are all amazing. I haven't read that many true crime books yet, but Helter Skelter is easily the best. It follows the story of the Manson family, covering everything from their initial crimes to the murders and the trials that followed. Written by the prosecutor of the case, Vincent Bugliosi, the book goes into a lot of detail about the crimes, including his insights of the police work that was going on behind the scenes. Books read in July: . *Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King The Talisman by Stephen King Under the Dome by Stephen King The Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie Towards Zero by Agatha Christie The Cat among the pigeons by Agatha Christie The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson - Fave from July

 Instagram Image by tlg (@hikenandclimbin) with caption : "Gracias/gracia/bendiciones . . .
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“Reading is like thinking, like praying, like talking to a friend, like expressing yo" at The Art Institute of Chicago - 1934221646382846165

Gracias/gracia/bendiciones . . . + “Reading is like thinking, like praying, like talking to a friend, like expressing your ideas, like listening to other people's ideas, like listening to music, like looking at the view, like taking a walk on the beach.” ― Roberto Bolaño, 2666 + Now: Nightstand reading - "When Einstein Walked with Gödel: Excursions to the Edge of Thought" Jim Holt - physics, philosophy & math, oh my! "The Great Believers" Rebecca Makkai - the carnage of AIDS & what we've lost. "His Dark Materials" (aka "The Golden Compass" "The Subtle Knife" & "The Amber Spyglass") Phillip Pullman - rereading the triptych in anticipation of "The Book of Dust" which is going with me to Holden Village in February. "The Red Thread: Nordic Design" Phaidon Press - PROJECT! "The Rest of Love" Carl Philips - poetry, ALWAYS. "Agnes Martin: Paintings, Writings, Remembrances" Arne Glincher - clarity. - + time @artinstitutechi@seattleartsandlectures@phaidonsnaps