Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley // book review

Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
According to the legend Mary Shelley, a teenager at the time, was spending a vacation in Switzerland with her fiancé, Percy Shelley and their mutual friend, Lord Byron, John Polidori and few others. That might sound like innocent holidays but it was not - Mary actually ran away to France with Percy Shelley, she was pregnant and lost their baby soon after its birth. Percy was married in that time with Harriet Westbrook but she committed suicide a short time after.

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Thriller Books Perfect For a Chilly Fall Night

Chilly Fall Night
Some people find themselves most absorbed in cozy books in autumn time, likely because of cooling weather and longer evenings. October is a perfect time to snuggle up under a blanket with a book and hot chocolate. Finding the right - cozy book for this time of the year helps either with fighting with autumn spleen or just simply embrace it.

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Skilsmisseboken – En overlevelsesguide by Sanna Sarromaa

Skilsmisseboken – En overlevelsesguide by Sanna Sarromaa

Sanna Sarromaa @superfeministen is a Finnish writer and famous feminist living in Norway. She writes weekly columns which are my favourite as she has a talent and skills to comment reality from the perspective of I wouldn’t say foreigner although she quite often compares Norwegian society to her native’s one but a person who questions this so-called happy reality here in Norway.

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