What’s Been On My Mind Lately…

What’s Been On My Mind Lately…

Lately something has been bothering me, which I find hard to put my finger on precisely. To be honest, it has been drumming around in my head for a while, several months actually, but I am struggling to find a way to put it into words. It is an almost indescribable...

Book Review: The Rebel (Albert Camus)

The Rebel is probably the most intensely philosophical book that I have read in my entire life. It packs a punch from the word go. As a result it took me quite some time to read and digest the contents of this gem from the legendary French/Algerian philosopher Albert...

Book Review: Cancer Ward (Alexander Solzhenitsyn)

Cancer Ward by Alexander Solzhenitsyn is a masterfully written, insightful and poetic indictment of communism in Russia. Viewed through the lens of the lives of a cast of colorful patients and healthcare personnel at a cancer ward of an unnamed hospital in Tashkent in...

Book Review: South of the Border, West of the Sun (Haruki Murakami)

This was my third Murakami book (after Kafka on the Shore and What I Talk About When I Talk About Running), and I found it to be quite a departure from the dream-like fantasy and World War II themes for which he is renowned. South of the Border, West of the Sun is...

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