A book making waves in Europe – a dystopia where islamists take over France. A sobering look into what can befall societies that don’t stand up for themselves. It’s a good satire of indivisualism and a search for meaning that blinds people to greater threats.
A great Russian classic, a dystopia that inspired Orwell, and a nightmarish world based on the repression in communist Soviet Union.
This is my favourite urban fantasy series and the author newer dissapoints. Tenth book in the series is as fresh as the first one. Amazing.
An Eastern European fairy tale that will enchant you and never let go. Just dress up warmly for winters in Russia bring dangers of their own. 😉
A new favourite that I’m most likely to return to again in the future – an absolutely fascinating and poetic read. 😀
This is not a book I enjoyed – the short of it is explained in the review.
Second quarterly report on the progress of my reading challenges.