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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy

This is the read of utmost unhappiness, especially because I loved “The God of Small Things.” This is an incoherent “novel,” which is more like a draft of ideas. 93 more words


Trăm năm hòa hợp, ước định một lời - Tố Quang Đồng

Bao lâu rồi tôi mới thức cả đêm để đọc truyện như thế này cũng không biết nữa, chỉ biết rằng cứ muốn đọc mãi như thế. 1,762 more words

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I Served the King of England by Bohumil Hrabal

This is Ditie’s epic tale, full of dream-like descriptions and rather bizarre characters. He’s a lowly waiter whom we meet in a posh Prague hotel before WWII. 61 more words


The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

This book! I loved it. It’s about Liesel Meminger who is the book thief. Books are her anchor during WWII, as she lives outside of Munich, with her foster family and a Jewish man hidden in the basement. 8 more words


Cành hoa đánh cắp - Sưu tầm

Bài trên trang của Chiếp’s class. Mời các bạn vào link gốc để xem rõ hơn.

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Ghost Boy by Martin Pistorius

This is an incredible tale, written by a man who was trapped in his body for 10 years, after misdiagnosis during a rare illness. He couldn’t do anything physically, but he was mentally aware. 53 more words


Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami

Although I’m a fan of all of Murakami’s novels, I haven’t enjoyed his short stories. This is the first collection that I really liked. The only difference that I can put my finger on is that these short stories have a cohesive theme. 16 more words