Here will be a summary of books (sorted by author’s countries) that I read so far in 2015 and some that I have in my current pile. Feel free to comment, if you have some suggestions for books for me.
I have made two challenges: one is more Poland oriented (but nobody said you can’t read books/comics from other countries), one is about reading literature from across the world (Around the World: A to Z 2015).
I only read 19 books so far this year, so far (not counting comics) from 9 countries. Six more countries on my list. I owned only 2 books (e-books), the rest was borrowed from libraries. Continue reading to see the list and my short opinion on each book.
Continue reading Worldly Literature in 2015: summary so far
Welcome to the brand new challenge Around the World: A to Z 2015. It is a challenge that will take you around the world, learning about the writers from various countries. Please take a moment reading the general rules, and come along.
If you’re a Polish reader, please join us at Różne Czytanie blog: od A do Z.
The rules are simple, choose at least 1 country, and 1 book by a writer from that country. These countries are:
- Aotearoa (New Zealand);
- Azərbaycan (Azerbaijan);
- България (Bulgaria);
- भारत – Bharat (India);
- Bolivia (Bolivia);
- Црна Гора (Montenegro).
Continue reading Around the World: A to Z January 2015
Merry Christmas for you. May it bring joy to you. 🙂
Below are the Christmas songs/carols for you to enjoy from around the world.
Dzisiaj w Betlejem (Today in Bethlehem, traditional carol)
Continue reading Merry Christmas!
I got recommendation to watch two science-fiction series during The 2015 Sci-Fi Experience: Helix (medical/virus) and Continuum. Except there are two science-fiction Continuum series. Both Canadian, I think.
A woman wakes up somewhere in the space on a ship. She lost her memory, and the ship is lost too. And there is a dead man on the ship, who was supposed to kill her. What is going on?
Continue reading Continuum Twins!
District 9 is a hit science-fiction cinema film from few years ago. I refreshed my memory of it lately, watching it in TV. My opinion on it, hasn’t changed after all those years. What’s my opinion? Continue reading.
Director: Neill Blomkamp
Country: SAR (Neill Blomkamp), New Zealand, Canada, USA
Time: 112 minutes