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December reads This month after I finished Kofi Annan’s Interventions (of which I still owe you a review) I read a great and long novel by my favorite Hungarian author, one of the works of my favorite Hungarian feminist sociologists – although not a study this time, but a romance, another Hungarian book I read in only an afternoon (yes, Hungarian Christmas candies were involved…), an English novel throughout a journey back from the countryside (and back from Christmas to weekdays), a wonderful women’s guidance book I got for Christmas and a tale everyone needs to read once in a…

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November reads

First of all, instead of random book titles once in a while, I decided to do a monthly book recommendation post from now on. November was rather poor for me on that front, with only four full books finished, while I am also making progress with my first ever Spanish language book, and learning a lot. What I read in November included two classics, one Hungarian romance (sort of) and the long anticipated memoirs of former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. Many might find strange that I have never read Lolita and The Great Gatsby before, but in Hungary neither…

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Könyv: Hotel Bali (Fejős Éva)

Könyv: Hotel Bali (Fejős Éva) summer ends, light summer reading continues…

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Könyv: Csajok (Fejős Éva)

Könyv: Csajok (Fejős Éva)

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