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 Instagram Image by Atlantas BookBlog (@atlanta_loves_books) with caption : "In this weeks art interpretation: Language by David Shrigley (2014) 🖤 what do you think about it? What language could th" at Sotheby's - 2002972656854117849
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In this weeks art interpretation: Language by David Shrigley (2014) 🖤 what do you think about it? What language could that be? What does it say about modern society though? To me this text does three things: 1. expressing unconventionality and 2. linking individualism vs swarm behavior with wealth and 3. talking about trusting in each other or not affects markets. Those markets of course could be the art market in which the value of something is very intangible, this could be the money market in which the value of one currency depends on the number of people trusting in it or this also could be the insta world in which attention is the most valuable good. For me the text is rebellious and critical in once. Shrigley is a British artist who is famous for his cartoons. The linoleum cut above can be bought at an Sotheby’s auction at the moment here in London. I’m curious what price it will make.

 Instagram Image by Atlantas BookBlog (@atlanta_loves_books) with caption : "Adjustment Day | Chuck Palahniuk (2018) ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 9/10 the amount of witty and drastic stories #chuckpalahniuk wrote is unh" at Marylebone, Westminster, United Kingdom - 2002371944835365449

Adjustment Day | Chuck Palahniuk (2018) ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 9/10 the amount of witty and drastic stories wrote is unheard of. His latest dystopian novel about an anti multi cultural world still hit me although my expectations very quiet high - since is on of my favorite books. What he can do very sophisticated is combining elements everyone know of their everyday life that express kinda Zeitgeist with shockingly outrageous thoughts and taboos. His characters are all so special, somehow egoistic and yet sooo likable that the story delivers potential for identification while it really repels you at the same time. Result: a reshuffled mind, big emotions, super clever thought provoking impulses, quiet some shocks and a lot of reading fun. ❤️ my fav picture in this is „eating fruit loops out of a skull“ 🍭 💀 My fav character is Walter. Did you read it? How did you like it? Who is your fav character? Btw- the book offers besides other great literature references and interpretations an interpretation about fight club that is so shaking up and yet absurd that it is worth it to read the book only for this passage. Maybe I do another post about this soon. Who loves fightclub?

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[Ad] Yet another very emotional post sent to you from London. I recognized myself being always busy even on vacation. Meaning there is no point in time during my day where I am not listening to music / podcasts, watching something, trying to learn or improve or most importantly you never see me without a book in my hand. Reflecting that since I am far from home I feel like that all the stories, essays and reports I read are part of a subconscious concept of not being alone with myself. This is I think because I don’t want to be confronted that many hours of hard work mostly paid of but ohne particular dream does not come true no matter how hard I try. Did you ever had the feeling that books are helping you to escape normality and everyday life even better than traveling?

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Posted a lot about my trip to London already. It starts today. Although I am looking forward to it since weeks and I was in London about 50 times already I am getting nervous right now 🙈 somehow social anxiety is ruining my joyful anticipation. While in my job life I love flexibility, challenges, spontaneity and complex situations I absolutely don’t like it when it comes to my private life or emotions 🤷🏻‍♀️ maybe there is a connection that this needs to be balanced and contrary. Right now I am in vacay mode and feeling I should be excited about many possibilities but the opposite is the case: I am scared that not everything is set up for my trip yet 🙊 spontaneity I really don’t like at the moment but commitment neither. Can anyone relate? Does anyone have tipps how I can be more relaxed about my travel?

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#readinginbed #luxuryhotel #booksinbed #bookinbed #" at Vienna, Austria - 1999293809269036314

Good Morning, book lovers! 💕 with which book do you start your day?

 Instagram Image by Atlantas BookBlog (@atlanta_loves_books) with caption : "Packing my suitcase for London ❤️🇬🇧 of course I have an extra one just for books 🤓 what do you think should I take the g" at Alte Oper Frankfurt - 1998176455279967065

Packing my suitcase for London ❤️🇬🇧 of course I have an extra one just for books 🤓 what do you think should I take the goldfinch by Donna Tartt with me or not? Already packed 5 books for the 10 days I am staying in London. 😆🙊 Btw - hairstyle inspired by @marielouduvillier . Clear yes to scrunchies, no matter what Carrie Bradshaw says.

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Something on a very personal note to Dolly Aldertons Everything I Know about Love 💕 Did you read it? Because I am c. at the last third and for my the read is really like a rollercoaster ride 🙊 Since the report about a girl in her twenties strolling around in the nightlife of London is so detailed, so realistic and so typical for our time that many little things remind me of myself which makes it easy to identify with the main character. But in the moments I really get evolved then something absolute absurd happens or the narrator gets very whiny. My feelings for this story fluctuating between enormous love and blank aversion 🤷🏻‍♀️ still think it’s a great book because it does so much to the reader and the writing structure is so smart - yet I don’t know where this all leads to. Is it a story about love, zeitgeist, women or just random. Lets see.

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Yes this is a bookstore. Maybe it’s doesn’t look like it and if I wouldn’t have google it before I probably would have walk past it - but it’s a bookstore and a cafe. A super super cool one. In Vienna 🇦🇹 Recently discussed with a friend (a skeptical friend though) that my dream would be to open up a book cafe where you can drink coffee made by pro-baristas, choose from 1000s of teas incl. fresh flowers, toast with exquisite drinks, eat soul food or super sweet pancakes 🥞 and this all combined with brows, buy or order all books you ever dreamed of. Plus readings, lectures, writing workshops and bookclub meetings. Did I forgot something? My friend said that times are over for this - Netflix and so on are to strong competitors. What do you think? Do you know similar concepts you can recommend?

 Instagram Image by Atlantas BookBlog (@atlanta_loves_books) with caption : "The Trap | Melanie Raabe (2015) ⭐️ 6/10 since I am not a crime novel expert and I am well aware that thrillers / crime s" at Hugendubel Buchhandlung Frankfurt Steinweg - 1995774976327536194

The Trap | Melanie Raabe (2015) ⭐️ 6/10 since I am not a crime novel expert and I am well aware that thrillers / crime stories are subject to other rules than other novels I won’t start to discuss the writing style of this book but focusing on plot and characters. The story starts from an interesting perspective: a woman who never leaves her house since the day her sister was killed by a stranger. A closed setting is so thrilling because it offers the reader to only see the details that are important to the puzzle. On contrary for the writer it’s more difficult because every little detail needs to add up and needs to be a plausible part of the puzzle. Here the plot of this book does not work - because the woman in the house recognizes after years the killer of her sister at the TV. Although one could forgive this outrageous coincidence the reason why she can identify him. Back then when she found her sister dead the killer was turning around during his escape showing her his face. WHY??? Why would he do this? That not plausible and if he wouldn’t have done that the whole story wouldn’t exist. So based on the plot I could not recommend this book. Whereas the characters are quiet interesting: the woman in the house is ambivalent in trusting herself and the view on the victim, the sister, changes completely during the story from an angel to a horrible person. Lastly the house as a literary picture to me is very inspiring. It’s not only her home but it’s also HER trap which gives the title a second meaning and makes the story also to an experiment about anxiety. ❤️ did you read it? What do you think? What’s important thing in a crime novel to you?

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🌸🌸🌸 give away 🌸🌸🌸 Since it’s international women’s day today I have a special give away for you: a surprise novel about an outstanding woman who fought for her way 🤟 + 2 small gifts If you would like to receive this please tag 2 friends in a comment and mention me in your story (latest Sunday 8pm). On Monday I will post to whom the surprise will be send. 🌸(Instagram has nothing to do with this) Good luck and happy IWD 19!!! 🌸🌸🌸

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Since now is good weather I feel immediately ultimate FOMO and pressure to go outside experiencing " at HOFBURG Vienna - 1994943980074149057

Summertime Sadness. Since now is good weather I feel immediately ultimate FOMO and pressure to go outside experiencing something special instead of staying at home reading. Although I miss my books. Does anyone know the feeling? (Above one of my this years favorite Gesten & Geräusche by Dirk Bernemann)

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Just finished the trap by Melanie Raabe. Before I write down my review I would like to discuss some questions about the book with you! Please comment or dm me 💕 1. Why does the murderer show his face to the narrator shortly after the murder? 2. Why is he coming to the house? 3. What do you think was the killed sister really like? An angel or an mean girl? 4. Do you have sympathy with the narrator? 5. Do you think the House the narrator lives in nearly all her life could be a metaphor for something? Let’s discuss! 💕

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What do you see in this painting? 
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This weeks art interpretation: House in the South by Marie Egner (1890) What do you see in this painting? Marie Egner was one of the most important painters of the Austrian mood Impressionism. She painted landscapes and flowery still lifes - everything en plein air. This house is drawn in her typical light but capturing mood. The light is perfect, everything concrete enough to understand the shapes, to get an impression of what we see and vague enough to not get lost in details but see it is a whole, as an impression. The perspective extraordinary since we don’t really look at the house but at the path that leads next to it. The perspective could be of the person who lives at the house or a passenger who just comes by. The house could be anywhere in the south. You could go, there walk by or just turn. It’s just a tender or maybe just a dream. Just an impression of a nice warm day in the spring. Someone sitting in front of the house in the sun?

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Usually get scared of books that have 1000 pages - but in this case it’s such a page turner that reading 10 pages feels like reading one page 🙉 one def can see that Author is a lyricist. What scares me now more about the book is the content haha 🙉🙈 it’s vulgar juxtaposition of dates with many women that all don’t know how trivial they are to him. That is difficult to take and I needed a break from the text. I am not finished yet with the book. It’s quality I see especially in its eloquence, it ruthlessness and the insights in how different dating was at the beginning of the 20th Century but how similar the people were to us today. Did someone read it? How is your opinion on 1000 pages books?

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City of Secrets | Stewart O‘Nan (2018) ⭐️ 6/10 this spy novel really demands much on its audience. The reader needs to have quiet a lot knowledge about history to place many details in this story correctly. The city of secrets stay secretive. Many characters have code names and the distance to the reader will never get smaller. I think the main character is not chosen well to discover the conflicts this set up has to offer. Normally in critics it’s discussed how the narrator perspective is chosen to offer the reader the view that is necessary for the specific content to be delivered. This book is told in 3rd person perspective and it taught me it’s not only the narrator but als the main character which is followed by the narrator that decides how to see what’s happening. And yet in this story the main character is to passive and has not enough knowledge about what is going on. Everything stays dusty and vague. Despite my troubles with the structure I have to admit that a few little moments are so well written and disturbing that it’s worth to read it. Also the fascinating love story between the main character and Eva is very special - i really liked that the main characters fate is repeated once with his former wife and then with Eva although this is due to his passive personality as well. Did you read the book? How did you like it? What do you think about passive main characters?

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The Surgeon | Tess Gerritsen (2004) ⭐️⭐️ 8/10 ...as Stephen King suggested - being prepared for being up all night due to this book is def a good idea because not only you won’t be able to put away the page turner till you finished it but also because you won’t sleep after you read it - it’s so so scary and tricky that it will make you think a lot. For all crime and thriller fans I can def recommend it as long as you ok with reading about blood 😱 Honestly I listened to this story as an audiobook years ago but recently I was book shopping and saw this nicely made note on the book shelf and immediately the whole pictures poped up in my head Rare enough a crime story leaves a strong impression like this plus the story is well written in a literary tone. Do you know the book? Did you like it?

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Donna Tartt dedicates her book the secret history to her friends Ellis. Oh my ... I wish I " at Manhattan, New York - 1991391687424842821

„To Bret Easton Ellis...“ 🖤 Donna Tartt dedicates her book the secret history to her friends Ellis. Oh my ... I wish I could do the same with my novel 😅 hahaha Which novelist you would like to be friends with?

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[Ad] Leaving them on read cause books more important 🤓 Do you have fix reading times during the day? during breakfast? Before sleep? Or do you read all time? 📖