Hope is the last to Die – Halina Birenbaum

Hi guys! This is a rather special book! I bought it last year when I visited Auschwitz and Birkenau Concentration Camp and it is published by the Publishing House of the State Museum in Oświęcim, which is the Polish name for Auschwitz. Birenbaum was a prisoner in Auschwitz, among others, while the war lasted. She was … Les mer Hope is the last to Die – Halina Birenbaum

Gunning for Greatness – My life – Mesut Özil

Hi guys! There is a first for everything right? This is most definitely my first football book ever, but I also think it's my first biography in some sense..I think so, I can't remember all the books I've read I'm afraid, hehe. I stumbled upon this book on Kindle because you could read parts of the … Les mer Gunning for Greatness – My life – Mesut Özil

On Tyranny: Twenty lessons from the twentieth century – Timothy Snyder

Hi guys! This book has 20 lessons from the 20th century that we could all learn a great deal from. "History does not repeat, but it does instruct.  In the twentieth century, European democracies collapsed into fascism, Nazism and communism. These were the movements in which a leader or a party claimed to give voice … Les mer On Tyranny: Twenty lessons from the twentieth century – Timothy Snyder

I et speil, i en gåte – Jostein Gaarder

Hei bloggen! Nå kommer det endelig en norsk forfatter her! Jeg er dessverre ikke så flink til å lese bøker av mine egne landsmenn, men sånt skjer jo dessverre. Dessuten har jeg en merkelig opplevelse av at jeg oftere blir "skuffet" over norske forfattere enn utenlandske. Hvorfor kan jeg ikke helt sette fingeren min på, … Les mer I et speil, i en gåte – Jostein Gaarder