Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer (part 1)

He kept a journeys diary in which he wrote about himself as a third person – as a courageous loner, denying civilization, finding himself in the embrace of nature.For those… Read more

“Currency Wars” By Song Hongbing

  This is a book depicting a monetary warfare from the perspective of a young Chinese economist who immigrated to the US: Song Hong Bing. The book mentions “a war… Read more

“Buddenbrook” by Mann – The boundary between art and decadent pre-war times

“Buddenbrook” is Mann novelist’s first novel, it was completed when he was 26 years old (admirable). 800 pages of four Buddenbrook families spanning the German context throughout the nineteenth century… Read more

Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer (part 2)

He was convinced by the lifestyle he chose.McCandless changed his name to Alexander Supertramp. He met people like Rainey and Jan (Brian Dieker and Catherine Keener) – hippy couples still… Read more

“Seven snowy nights” – Hard to review!

Jin Yong is a sophisticated and sophisticated person, he is like a light wine, drinking down and still leaving a feeling of comfort and sweetness. Gu Long is full of… Read more

Ivanhoe by Walter Scott – An epic song of the nineteenth century England

Based on a historical fact, Ivanhoe brought to the reader a picture of Western society in the Great Crusade.First published in 1820, Ivanhoe was Walter Scott’s famous fictional historical novel.… Read more

Was Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov based on a true kidnapping story?

On July 13, 1948, Sally Horner stole a 5 cents book from a local grocery store. Sally did it in a ritual to be admitted to a girls’ congregation she… Read more

“Mike Tyson – Undisputed Truth” Review (part 2)

  His criminal past at the start of the age began to haunt Mike many years later, as he says he sometimes goes back to the ghetto, like a mouse… Read more

“The Clown” By Heinrich Boll – We have to be a “clown” to live a lifetime?

    Perhaps in every age, the freedom of every individual is always in conflict with the self-sufficient moral foundation of society, and moreover, if the society in which that… Read more

“Man’s Search For Meaning” by Viktor Frankl review

First of all, this is a novel based on the true story of the author Viktor Frankl – who spent a long time in Nazi concentration camps during World War… Read more