Interesting books to enjoy through your train trip
“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” - Oscar Wilde
The snake’s milk, by Yiannis Xanthoulis
An evocative novel by the renowned author, first published in 2007, is coming back to recount the trauma of rejection and our innate self-destructive tendencies.
I split up again, by Katerina Ploumidakis
Editions: Hartini Poli
The “misadventures” of our love affairs in the modern society through the gaze of everyday people, written with realism and humor, exactly the way we experience them.
First man, The life of Neil A. Armstrong, by James R. Hansen
The story of the American astronaut, from the step that made him famous and his life after the Moon landing, to this moment’s significance for the world.
Dog soul, by Auguste Corteau
Born in 1920, Esther Klein experiences the turbulence of the 20th century, from the Nazi concentration camps, where a dog will save her life, to McCarthy’s America and Cold War Berlin.
A pale view of hills, by Kazuo Ishiguro
A middle-aged Japanese woman living in England is trying to overcome the suicide of her daughter, while her memories from Nagasaki and the post-war years are coming again to life…