This year’s longlist? Exciting, predictable yet surprising with a few books I had not known existed.
I’ve listened to some brilliant stories read by their authors on the newest NY’er podcast (the writer’s voice). I’ve showered and powdered mid-afternoon for ultimate cosy feelings. I’ve left the washing in the rain for days to harden and sparkle with the first of the year’s frosts. And, I abandoned the Man Booker International project […]
Less of a review and more of a list of favourite quotes as reasons to why you should read this book and read it now.
‘Fish Have No Feet’ is reflective, nostalgic, depressive; filled with rhetorical questions and existentialist musings.
There’s something about the art of translation that always makes me want to romanticize it in the cold light of morning.
Basically, I love a good ‘people trying to find their place in this meaningless existence we call life’ story.