The ending year was certainly the most productive reading year of my life, spanning a total of 81 books. As follows, I’ve selected the very best, most memorable reading experiences.
Today’s introduction is to a paramount Estonian writer, Jaan Kross. He is the most translated and nationally and internationally best-known Estonian writer, even having been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Welcome back to the Monthly Reviews series, where I chronologically list last months reads, along with a short reflexion and opinion regarding each book. Here’s what I read in April! Ottessa Moshfegh: My Year of Rest and Relaxation (2019) Interestingly… Weiterlesen ›