"naša življenja so naši gibljivi epitafi na koncu bomo vse nekaj pustile za sabo in naj glasovi odmevajo kot sledi v pokončnih kamnitih strukturah resnič"naša življenja so naši gibljivi epitafi na koncu bomo vse nekaj pustile za sabo in naj glasovi odmevajo kot sledi v pokončnih kamnitih strukturah resničnosti"
Glasovi žensk je genialna pesniška zbirka, nastala pod "peresom" moškega, v imenu nas, žensk. Avtor odlično zajame esenco močnih, odločnih, samozadostnih žensk, ki se borijo z ovirami sodobne družbe in demoni, ki vznikajo znotraj njih samih. Pesniška zbirka je razdeljena na 3 sklope: Glas pogleda, Glas intime in Glas vsakdanjosti, prav vse pesmi pa glasno izgovarjajo neizrečeno in kričijo premalokrat slišane glasove. Glasove žensk....more
Susan is strict, tough, firm and very practical modern woman. Independent and self-efficient. Adapted for living in an unforgiving environment. Just lSusan is strict, tough, firm and very practical modern woman. Independent and self-efficient. Adapted for living in an unforgiving environment. Just like the cactuses in her ample collection, she developed spikes to protect her from the dangers and predators. But her precisely planned life soon gets turned upside down and her armour slowly starts to dissolve. Soon she realizes not all the people in her life want to hurt her and not all bonds lead to a broken soul. ...more
Actually Im not sure why this book called me from the shelf of my favorite bookstore. I usually dont read romance novels, to be honest Im really not aActually I´m not sure why this book called me from the shelf of my favorite bookstore. I usually don´t read romance novels, to be honest I´m really not a big fan of this genre. But I liked the title and the premise and since it was December and I felt like reading something cute and light, I went for it. And it was exactly what I expected, cute and light and it made me feel good. One Day in December is a cinnamon and apple scented romance, starting on December 2007 and finishing on the exact same day 10 years later. It´s a boy sees girl - girl sees boy - bus drives away - not the right time and place - sugar sprinkled ending kind of tale with loveable characters with deep connections. It is written from the boy´s and the girl´s perspective and during the book you can witness both of them growing up, their paths crossing from time to time, but both living separated lives, struggling not to get too close. Reading this book was like watching a romantic movie on Christmas Eve - warm and cozy and relaxing. And that is what every girl needs sometimes....more
I got an advanced reader copy on Netgalley with a request from the publishers not to reveal anything before 31st of October. So, although its been reaI got an advanced reader copy on Netgalley with a request from the publishers not to reveal anything before 31st of October. So, although it´s been really hard to wait so long, here is my opinion on the book.
Cuckoo is a mysterious tale wrapped in fog and darkness. It tells a creepy story about a girl who never belonged to the world surrounding her. About a girl who lived her life as a fairtytale, but not the happy ever after one. About a girl with haunting memories from her childhood times, so unbearable, that she supresses them and they emerge to life like a Phoenix from fire decades later.
In Cuckoo we are following a story of Caro, shy and introverted illustrator, neglected, mocked and abused all her life. She sees the world in her own way, colors, shapes, silhouettes coming alive on every step of her way, her transforming them into art, which was her way to escape reality and the magic sword for fighting her demons from the past.
When she moves back to her childhood home after the death of her stepmother, the ghosts of her pasts start coming back, haunting her, taunting her, making her remember. Was she bad enough?
I really enjoyed this book, it transferred me to another, unwordly place where black swans fly and the peardrum plays. I loved the storytelling, I loved how it was not just one more crime novel, but had a fairytale vibe throughout the book and I liked the twists and the unravels. And I loved the ending, leaving the reader unsure whether there is a happy ending to this fairytale.