The perfect book to read for a trip to Venice. Here, I am in Burano – a very cute colourful nearby island
Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities
As it was Andy Warhol’s 90th birthday, I thought I’d take him on my bus trip. The previous day I bought two copies of this book. I gifted my original copy to a friend last month, and later wanted to read again so I bought two more – one for my father and one for my ‘KEEPERS’ collection
Andy Warhol, FAME
While living in Holland, I read the two books I took and so I borrowed this (condensed simplified English version) copy of Huckleberry Finn. I am enjoying it and hope to read the full version one day
Mark Twain, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
I was just enjoying a lazy morning walk on a cold and crisp February day when I stumbled upon this great bookstore. It’s perfect for designers and anybody who enjoys high-quality books with architecture, design, fashion and all things creative. I already had a book with me, so I opted to buy a magazine and cloth bag. The magazine featured a cute interview with a man I have always enjoyed – Jarvis Cocker
A book read years ago. I took it with me after I picked it up in old apartment at home.
I was crazy about the author, even now. Hes a wonderful humourous person and thats really something missing in my part. And what he wrote is so authentic so touch to the groud to the reality thats something makes me feel connected with the ppl in the book and with the society.
It always brings me something new about life every time I read it.
Always worth reviewing and it always reminds me of RECONCIDER what it means to be a human. what do you want from LIFE
My last stop on the NYMR was Levisham. The train then goes on to Pickering, but I’ve seen Pickering before. Levisham is a lovely walk – huge hills with stunning views. I found a bench at the top of the hill and ploughed through my book.
Vladimir Nabokov, LANCE