My July readings

Hi guys. If you’re following me on Instagram, you might know that I am a book lover. Since I learnt to read, I always grab one with me everywhere I go. Here in Thailand, it is quite difficult to find a large choice of books. People don’t really read. When my boyfriend was visiting me, we found a huge bookstore at the 3rd floor of Siam Paragon : Kinokuniya. I really fall in love with this place. The shop offers books written in several languages which is really amazing.

I chose three books from Japanese writers. Two are from Haruki Murakami : Kafka on the shore which I have already read in French & Men without women. The second one a short stories collection about the relation between Men & Women. It is very interesting but can sometimes reminds you some bad experience. If you are not afraid of that, I highly recommend you to read this one.

I just started yesterday evening Nocturnes written by Kazuo Ishiguro. You might know him. He wrote the great success book titled Never Let Go which was adapted in screen with Keira Knightley in the cast.

Nietzsche attracted me again. I bought Beyond Good & Evil which I had read one million times in French. This one comforts me in every hard moments I had & I was curious to read it in English.

The last book I took is The Career Guide for creative & unconventional people by Carol Eikleberry & Carrie Pinsky. Currently, I am fond of this kind of business books. I also bought Collins Dictionaries about economics & business terms. They will help me during my business studies in London. Please let me know in the comments section if you want a review for one of these books. I will be glad to write it for you.

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  1. Salut ! Très bon choix de livres : Kafka sur le rivage de Murakami est vraiment un très beau livre. Si tu as aimé ce livre, je te conseille “la ballade de l’impossible” qui est lui aussi vraiment génial !!

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