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vérző sziget (bleeding island) - Csomós Róbert

language : hungarian

published: 2009 by Timp publishing Budapest

281 pages

memoir, non-fiction

the writer tells his time setting up from 56′ when there was a rebellion starting and passing in Hungary where people were either fleeing or got slaughtered for being part of the resistance against the russian pressure they felt. 217 more words

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az aranyember - Jókai Mór

hungarian classic

572 pages


via Goodreads: Mór Jókai (1825-1904) was the first Hungarian novelist to achieve world fame. “The Man with the Golden Touch” was published in several foreign languages in his lifetime, appearing in more than one English edition under the title “Tímár’s Two Worlds” and in the U.S.A. 534 more words

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#tometopple TBR pile

the readathon is created I believe by Sam  , you can follow updates on twitter. it takes place from 7-20th of April and the challenges are the following; 52 more words


#ayearathon April wrap up

this months theme is Classics.

they choose peter pan to read but I dont have a copy neither time to read it on the computer so I’ll just put here what I read and currently read and plan on finishing in the month of April; 24 more words


2017 march book haul

  Tokyo Underground by Vágvölgyi B. András (I got this one as a freebie to my japanese themed manga purchase.)

 Caged Slave by Yukio Takamura, … 32 more words

Manga Review

book haul #2. (2015.09.24-2016.03.13)

on the left are the 4 books I still didn’t get to read from this period of time.

the right is the books I’ve already read from the purchased books. 350 more words

Classical Literature