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One good book per week for Ghana.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 3 nappal ezelőtt
    'Roman military adventure at its best. Ranks with the best historical fiction available today.'
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 16 nappal ezelőtt
    Inspired by the true story of a woman so many tried to silence, Rosalind is a tale of hope and perseverance, love and betrayal.
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  • Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 2 hónappal ezelőtt
    This is a captivating guide for book lovers, offering a concise bucket list of essential reads that transcend cultural and genre boundaries. Delving into the wisdom of literary giants like Dickens, Austen, and Murakami, the book explores themes beyond romance and wealth, tackling conflict, oppression, identity, and psychology.

    With over a hundred classic works from around the world, this gem reveals the transformative power of literature, illustrating how books enrich our understanding of ourselves and the diverse world we inhabit. An invitation to explore universal truths, it reminds us that a single book can change an entire life.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 3 hónappal ezelőtt
    This collection explores ancient myths and legends from diverse cultures throughout the world. Through the retelling of these stories, the book explores the timeless human quest for understanding life's profound questions. From the creation of the world to the nature of death, the tales feature gods, heroes, villains, and mythical creatures, shedding light on the mysteries of existence.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 3 hónappal ezelőtt
    This deftly written novel is one young man’s intimate account of a botched circumcision, and his journey to accept his fate and embrace his future, as he gains a deeper understanding of what it really means to be a man.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 4 hónappal ezelőtt
    Lucy Fry published her memoir, Easier Ways To Say I Love You, delving into her deeply personal experiences and emotional journey, reflecting on intense sexual and romantic encounters. Influenced by the works of renowned female writers such as Maggie Nelson, Ariel Levy, and Deborah Levy, Fry's memoir resonates with authenticity and emotional depth.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 5 hónappal ezelőtt
    Sensual, poignant and sinister, this is a story of obsession — and survival.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 5 hónappal ezelőtt
    A bold and unflinching tale of one woman's unconventional approach to life and loss.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 6 hónappal ezelőtt
    From Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri: twelve of his most controversial non-fiction pieces form this collection on the theme of freedom.
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  • Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 8 hónappal ezelőtt
    The novel follows three Zimbabwean men as they struggle to find places for themselves in Edinburgh.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 9 hónappal ezelőtt
    When Mr. George loses his job teaching English at a private secondary school in Bulawayo, his pension payout, after forty years of full-time service, bought him two jam doughnuts and a soft tomato. When he backs his uninsured white Ford Escort into a brand new Mercedes Benz, the out-of-court settlement sees him giving up his house to the complainant, Beauticious Nyamayakanuna, and becoming her domestic servant. Through the prism of this engaging post-colonial role reversal, and spiced with Georgeís lessons on Shakespeare, John Eppel draws down the curtain on one particular white man in Africa.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 9 hónappal ezelőtt
    Twin sisters Hassana and Husseina are torn apart after a brutal raid on their village. This tragedy will set them on a voyage to unfamiliar cities and cultures where they will forge new families, ward off dangers and begin to truly know themselves.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 9 hónappal ezelőtt
    Acacia is a strong and independent woman whose heart and heritage like rooted in Africa, while her reality in contemporary America finds itself in a very different time and place.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 9 hónappal ezelőtt
    The pivotal character Aggie is employed by the NGO MUTE, an organization dedicated to establishing an archive and alternative library. Aggie grapples with the challenges posed by her mother's mental illness, as her mother is confined to a prayer camp. Meanwhile, Aggie's husband, Idan, becomes entangled in an affair with Randa, a much younger woman, further complicating the dynamics within their relationship.
    Bookmatehozzáadott egy könyvet a könyvespolchozBook of the Week 9 hónappal ezelőtt
    Bom Boy is a well-crafted, and complex narrative written with a sensitive understanding of both the smallness and magnitude of a single life.
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