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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Paula Hawkins “The Girl on the Train”

“The Girl on the Train” is a psychological thriller written by British writer Paula Hawkins. Published in 2015, this novel quickly gained the popularity and received a leading position in the bestsellers of “The New York Times” and “Amazon”. This novel has received favorable reviews from modern writers, even Stephen King said: “The Girl on the Train”, by Paula Hawkins: really great suspense novel. Kept me up most of the night.”

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Elle Luna “The Crossroads of Should and Must”

At some point in our lives each of us starts to feel that doesn’t live to the full, doesn’t use all the abilities, doesn’t do what loves. This phenomenon is familiar to all of us, or at least to those who are not afraid to admit it.

If you find yourself in this situation, be sure to read the book “The Crossroads of Should and Must. Find and Follow Your Passion” by writer, artist and designer Elle Luna.

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Richard Matheson “What Dreams May Come”

What happens with us after death? Is there life after death? Is there Heaven and Hell? On these and many other questions the American fiction writer Richard Matheson tried to answer. Examined many scientific and philosophical treatises about the human soul and its forms, about life and death, he wrote a brilliant novel “What Dreams May Come”.

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