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Review: Stoner by John Williams

Bollocks!!!!

That’s all I can think of about this book. Yet I give it 5 stars! Ha!

I know people like Stoner exist. You have a young man who is, if not happy to work on his family’s farm, he is at least not unhappy. 567 more words

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Review: The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker

100% my type of book. I loved every single minute of it and hated for it to end.

Oh. My. Word.

Sometimes I look at my library and despair at ever finding a book to read. 454 more words

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Review: Golden Prey (Lucas Davenport #27) by John Sandford

If this had been the first time I had ever picked up a John Sandford book I would have run out like I did over 25 years ago and rushed to read more by him. 484 more words

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Review: Middlemarch by George Eliot

This is a book I wish I had read a very long time ago. I wish I was reading it over and over again. There are just so many characters involved and I know I missed out on bits…but never fear, I am already starting it over again! 302 more words

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25th Titanic Filmfest - Budapest - 2018.

April, 4.  – April, 13.  2018

The Titanic Filmfest is the biggest international film festival in Hungary. The most outstanding, daring and innovative movies coming to movie lovers in Budapest. 105 more words

Das Japan Festival 2018 in der Urania, Berlin ☆ The Japan Festival 2018 at Urania, Berlin

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(Spät, aber doch noch…: )
Am 27. und 28. Januar 2018 fand im Berliner Veranstaltungshaus Urania das 9. Japan Festival statt. 2,212 more words

Japan ☆ Japan

Urania time machine… | Luxurious Nomad


Entering through these reasonably ‘normal’ looking doors of the Urania, one has no idea they are actually a time machine, transplanting one back to the late nineteenth century… …even the previews were of old movies, and of theatrical productions… Oh, and the movie I saw was “The Shape of Water” – an astonishingly crafted piece …
http://luxuriousnomad.com/urania-time-machine/