Again, it's kind of noticeable that it has been a relaxing summer for me, I don't think I will be able to read as much for now on and I will miss it a lot.
Wilt by Tom Sharpe
It was a little bit boring at the beginning but soon the story got more interesting and much funnier. Definetely recomended. My only complain about it is that the edition that I read (the one it's on the photo) was highly bad translated. I don't know if there is any other translation for this book, but this was so so so bad, I wish I read it in its original version and that's what I'll be doing if I read the (3 or 4?) continuations.
Tellin' lies by Paul Ekman
The TV show Lie to me was base on this book. I'm very interested on the understanding of the involuntary expresions of the body, the nonverbal communication and that kind of things, so this book was very interesting to me, but I think it will be pretty hard to read to someone that is not that interested on the subject.
Sweet little lies by Lauren Conrad
This is a continuacion of L.A. Candy that I read in july. It was similar to the first one, I guess I will read the third part in the future.
A clockwork orange by Anthony Burgess
A classic one, I didn't read before it and I felt like I had to. I really liked it, it's a must.
The shadow out of time by H.P. Lovecraft
I read Lovecraft's something when I was a kid, but I can't even remember. Oh la la, what a discovery I've made with this! I loved it so very much, I will be clearly reading more Lovecraft soon.
I wish I will be able for reading sufficiently despite the back to school. But if not, another kind of post will come anyway!
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