Madame Sousatzka – Bernice Rubens

Madame Sousatzka is the only work I read by Bernice Rubens, but it will not be the last. The story mostly takes place in Madam Sousatzka’s London house,…

My Brilliant Friend – Elena Ferrante

My Brilliant Friend is the first book in the Neapolitan Novels of Elena Ferrante’s quartet written in 2011. The book, which became a publishing success after it was…

The Touchstone – Edith Wharton

The Touchstone is my first book from Edith Wharton. Although I heard great things about her works, especially the Age of Innocence, I always put it off. The…

The Wind That Lays Waste – Selva Almada

I read The Wind That Lays Waste by the Argentinian author Selva Almada with great curiosity. I wasn’t interested in the subject or characters at first, but as…

Ms Ice Sandwich – Mieko Kawakami

Ms Ice Sandwich is one of the books that remind me why I love Japanese literature so much. It is great to know that a Japanese author can…