I love to read and I'm not very picky . Fiction, non-fiction, classics, pulp, shampoo bottles, safety instructions, they will be read.
  1. The bridge of San Luis Rey by Wilder Thornton
    Full of beautiful sentences and I love the way it is structured. It starts with an introduction that sets the story. It follows with chapters from the perspectives different people and a last chapter that brings them back together.
  2. A little life by Hanya Yanagihara
    It kept me reading and the characters were interesting enough. However, in the end I had some mixed feelings. Mostly the relentless suffering was, to me, not believable. Still, it stuck with me long after I finished it!
  3. Bonjour Tristesse by Francoise Sagan
    I don't think a book can be more French than this one.
  4. The ocean at the end of the lane by Neil Gaiman
    It's a slim book and I'm in awe of Gaiman's capability to write so vividly yet so efficiently.
  5. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay
    I felt too old for this. But I think it is a valuable collection for younger women.