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Umbrella by Will Self

Umbrella - Will Self

'c'était comme quatre coups brefs que je frappais sur la porte du malheur' #Camus #l'etranger

'c'était comme quatre coups brefs que je frappais sur la porte du malheur' #Camus #l'etranger

Carlos Ruiz Zafon's 'The shadow of the Wind'

Carlos Ruiz Zafon's 'The shadow of the Wind'

Julian Barnes - Sense of an ending

Julian Barnes - Sense of an ending

Meursault's final reflections form Camus' l'Etranger

Meursault's final reflections form Camus' l'Etranger

Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. I don't normally do 'Sci-fi', but this is both thought-provoking and sad

Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. I don't normally do 'Sci-fi', but this is both thought-provoking and sad

Paul Preston - the Spanish Holocaust

Paul Preston - The Spanish Holocaust

Another one from Meek's The People's Act of Love

Another one from Meek's The People's Act of Love

James Meek, The People's Act of Love

James Meek, The People's Act of Love

Swann in Love Swann's Way, Marcel Proust #Love #Misery #Obsession

Swann in Love Swann's Way, Marcel Proust

How to Be Happy, or Happier, This Year via Misty Nelson frostedMOMS blog @frostedevents A reading list and field guide to finding happiness in your love life, work life , home life

How to Be Happy (or Happier) This Year – A Reading List

How to Be Happy, or Happier, This Year -- A reading list of books to inspire you to be happier at home, at work, in love and in life.

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

As Gypsies Wander Juliette de Bairacli Levy

As Gypsies Wander Juliette de Bairacli Levy

Survivor. Auschwitz, The Death March and My Fight for Freedom, by Sam Pivnik. this passage had me in tears....

Auschwitz, The Death March and My Fight for Freedom, by Sam Pivnik. this passage had me in tears.

Albert Camus, The Plague/La Peste One of my all-time favourites. Tarrou explains his position as 'innocent murderer'

Albert Camus, The Plague/La Peste One of my all-time favourites. Tarrou explains his position as 'innocent murderer'

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