October 22, 2011
Miller’s first “fictional-diary novel” depicts his life in Paris as a failed writer — or upcoming one who hasn’t yet find the right path to fame — who struggles to get his daily food and encounters a colorful variety of personalities.
May 5, 2011
In an unknown city, a driver suddenly becomes blind. This white blindness, inexplicable and very contagious, quickly spreads throughout the country despite drastic measures the government employs to contain it. A mental asylum becomes a quarantine area for those stricken by the disease.
February 18, 2011
Last week, the BBC News Magazine wrote an article titled “How Children’s war fiction has changed?“, saying that children’s books descriptions of wars are more detailed than ever.