6 Literary Recommendations for December

“I’ll Steel You Away” (Niccolȯ Ammaniti) – The young Italian writer’s book leaves a strong impression on readers. Oov is a story of great love and gentle and raw growing up. The characters of the novel are in the eternal pursuit of unattainable happiness.

The Touch (Colleen McCullough) —Alexander is the central character of the story. He is undecided between two women, so he decides to have both women. Alexander has a unique combination of curiosity, intelligence and daring that never leaves him. She cleverly uses it except when it comes to these two women.

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (John Le Carré) – This spy thriller is set in the Cold War era. London 1973. An espionage veteran is at the center of the shop. He is forced to terminate his pension to find a Soviet agent. It is a mole in British intelligence known as MI6.

Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet (Jamie Ford) -Henry Hotel enters the basement of the Panama Hotel, which has been closed for 40 years. She finds the umbrella of Keiko Okabe — her first love. Henry did not fulfill the promise made to Keiko. She starts looking for other things for the Keiko family. His quest takes him on a journey that will remind him of the sacrifices he has made for his family, love and homeland.

Sarah’s Key (Tatiana DeRosnay) – French police arrested a 10-year-old girl, Sarah, and her parents in the middle of the night. Sarah hides her younger brother in a panic. The hideout is secret. She promises her brother that she will be back as soon as she can. Sarah’s key is the story of two families who are bound by a great secret. The book is a reminder of some of the darkest pages of the French past.

Iceland (Bradt Travel Guide) – Volcanic lava, colossal glaciers and waterfalls await Iceland visitors to give them an unforgettable experience. The author of the guide is Andrew Evans. Evans shows adventurers and travelers on a short trip how to spend their time at this eco-friendly destination.

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