Renáta Kanóczová

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12 Books That Changed My Life // From The Happiness of Pursuit and The Art of Asking, to His Dark Materials, and The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Fiction and non-fiction of every kind, books have shaped my life from the moment I could read. I'm sharing you my top 12 in the hopes that maybe one of these books can become a part of your story, too. xx

12 Books That Changed My Life // From The Happiness of Pursuit and The Art of Asking, to His Dark Materials, and The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Fiction and non-fiction of every kind, books have shaped my life from the moment I could read.

From the obvious to the more obscure, and possibly even impossible, here is the ultimate list of things to do in Iceland. How many have you crossed off?:

From the obvious to the more obscure, and possibly even impossible, here is the ultimate list of things to do while travelling in Iceland. How many have you crossed off?

Writing about the trial of one of the major architects of the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann, in 1961, Hannah Arendt coined the phrase “the banality of evil” to describe the systematic, unexamined way this genocide was enacted. The conversion of the barbaric to the everyday is expressed potently in two words in this memoir by the writer and documentary maker Marceline Loridan-Ivens.

Buy But You Did Not Come Back by Marceline Loridan-Ivens, Sandra Smith from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over

An exquisitely moving portrait of an elderly man’s struggle to hold on to his most precious memories, and his family’s efforts to care for him even as they must find a way to let go.

And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman / A touching and imaginative visually rich one-sitting read novella about descending into old-age dementia

19 Books To Spend Your Entire Weekend Reading — And Still Have More Fun Than All Your Friends

When you’ve been working like a dog all week, every moment from Friday afternoon until your alarm goes off on Monday is precious. How you spend those hours of freedom must be perfect; when the dreaded Sunday evening rolls around, you need to have ze