According to the Japanese, everyone has an ikigai – a reason for living. And according to the residents of the Japanese island of Okinawa – the world’s longest-living people – finding it is the key to a happier and longer life. Ikigai is an introductory self-guide book to help you discover your own reasons to…Read More
Plagiarism in Patterson’s ‘Zoo’?
Erratic behaviour of animals increases all around the world and Jackson Oz, a young biologist, sees it first-hand as he witnesses a brutal and coordinated attack by lions in Africa. Together with Chloe Tousignant, an ecologist, they try to understand what causes the recent changes and warn world leaders before it’s too late Zoo is…Read More
Review: ‘Teen Titans: Raven’ by Kami Garcia & Gabriel Picolo
17 year old Raven has to start over after an accident that cost her foster mother’s life also costed Raven her memory. She has trouble figuring out who she was before it all happened and is unsure whether finding out is a good option at all, as she suspects something sinister at work. She settles…Read More
Review: “Grace and Fury” by Tracy Banghart
Two sisters, Serina and Nomi, have prepared to live two different lives but their world is turned upside down when they’re forced to switch their roles around. Serina was raised to become a Grace, an example of a perfect woman standing next to the heir of throne. Her younger sister however, embraced a rebellious side…Read More