The Horse Dancer by Jojo Moyes

Think of yourself as a teenager. What dreams, desires, and aspirations did you have? Maybe you wanted to be a movie or pop star, or even a doctor or an astronaut? For example, the heroine of the book The Horse Dancer by Jojo Moyes wants to learn classical horse riding at the elite Academy Cadre Noir in France. Well, we are all different and unique, aren’t we? About the complicated story of dreams’ realization and renewing the family in the book The Horse Dancer read below.

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The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

What wonderful stories do the forgotten things preserve? Whether it’s a small puzzle element, or a bright umbrella, or even a box of cookies filled with human ashes. The main characters of the book The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan do not only collect them, but also tell the stories about them.

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Mike Rohde “The Sketchnote Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking”

Every day we make some notes and write down something important into our notebooks. That’s a common thing to do. However, adding some drawings to your notes makes them incredibly beautiful. How to visualize your ideas and make your thinking more creative? About this you can read in The Sketchnote Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking by Mike Rohde.

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Eugen O. Chirovici “The Book of Mirrors”

As in the room of false mirrors you can see a variety of strange reflections, the eyewitnesses can tell you the different variations of the same event. In the intellectual thriller “The Book of Mirrors”  Eugen O. Chirovici reveals the mysterious story of murder nearly 30 years ago and its unexpected answers.

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Murray Carpenter «Caffeinated: How Our Daily Habit Helps, Hurts, and Hooks Us»

Do you prefer coffee or tea? Do you like chocolate? Or maybe you like Coca-cola or Pepsi, or even some energy drinks? Do you know what is common between them? Caffeine. And that’s why Murray Carpenter was investigating this white powder substance over the years. And all his researches he put into the book «Caffeinated: How Our Daily Habit Helps, Hurts, and Hooks Us». He published his boon in 2014.

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Ruth Ware “In A Dark, Dark Wood”

In a dark, dark wood… No, there is no fox… In a dark, dark wood there is a glass house, where the cheerful company is celebrating a hen party, and there is a murder. Yes, you are right, a murder. About this a British writer Ruth Ware wrote in her book “In A Dark, Dark Wood”.

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Charles Duhigg “The Power of Habit”

“Most of the choices we make each day may feel like the products of well-considered decision making, but they’re not. They’re habits. And though each habit means relatively little on its own, over time, the meals we order, what we say to our kids each night, whether we save or spend, how often we exercise, and the way we organize our thoughts and work routines have enormous impacts on our health, productivity, financial security, and happiness.”Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer prize winner, writes in his book “The Power of Habit”

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Jojo Moyes “The Last Letter from your Lover”

The millions of readers around the world enjoy the books written by famous British novelist Jojo Moyes. Her novels are full of kindness, tenderness and love. They captivate you from the first pages and make the reading pleasurable.

“The Last Letter from your Lover” is one of these lovely books. It’s a nice novel about pure love.

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