“The Red Flower” – V.M. Garshin: That’s a elite!

“The Red Flower” is the collection that contains 10 of the best short stories gathered during Garshin’s various composing periods. The story shows the style of short…

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“Chocolate Run” by Dorothy Koomson – Testing for the love

“The Chocolate Run” is a book that helps you understand that running away may be the safest solution yet you will never know the feeling of doing…

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“Melychan House” – Peaceful place for the first days away from home

If there is a place for coffee lovers like me or like you when you stop on your first day in Osaka, that’s “Melychan House”. I have…

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When I enjoy a good cup of coffee, I have to write about it!

There was a friend in the company who said, “That’s turn out… I think Highland is still better than Vietnamese coffee”, others say “good coffee is because I…

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“Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell

I have just been reading recent non-fiction books. I could said “Outliers” is the first book like that I read. And at the end of each chapter  is…

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“Do not eat the marshmallow yet” (Joachim De Posada)

Assuming that you are a 4-year-old, suddenly you are given a candy with the words, “If you try to keep the candy for 15 minutes, you’ll get…

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“The magic of believing” by Claude M. Bristol

“The magic of believing” by Claude M. Bristol will give you the reading of the encouragement and support you need. It points out a simple yet convincing…

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“The Thief” by Nakamura Fuminori – Humanity still exists

The book is about the life of a robbery boy who lives alone, turning his back on the human world. But hidden deep in that person love…

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“Wuthering Heights” by EMILY BRONTE – Intense and painful

“Wuthering Heights” is a masterpiece of love, leaving readers with a deep impression of revenge, obsession, passion and loneliness.

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“The Prostitute’s Daughter” by Juliet Phillip

The image of the little girl Kamada in “The Prostitute’s Daughter” will make you really admire her, because when we live in such circumstances, not many people…

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