Just Olga and her books

I've loved books since I learned to read and now I love to read and writer books, to read about books, and although most of all I love fiction, I write other books that might tickle my fancy. I'm originally from Barcelona and I also read in Spanish and Catalan. I love movies and theatre so these are things I also love to read about.

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Tanya Wynn, Stephen Wynn
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For last year's (Inaugural) Halloween Bingo, many of the participants contributed to lists by square, as a resource for anyon...
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reviewed: A kaleidoscopic novel about India, gender, politics, class, society, and humanity, demanding of its readers but rewarding in the same measure
Thanks to NetGalley and Hamish Hamilton (and imprint of Penguin Random House, UK) for providing me with an ARC copy of this n...
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: A novel - Arundhati Roy
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How to be a Victorian, like Ruth Goodman's How to be a Tudor, which I read in January, is a fine study of a foreign country -...
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Here is an example from the middle of the chapter on aluminum that may help explain why I've been calling this book "scattere...
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The Devil's Own Work is a beautifully written, subtly told Faustian tale, which the narrator performs perfectly. A man rel...
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Voting for the first two books came to an end today and we have two books tied at 7 votes each, so they're our first two read...
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The lovely Midu has tagged me for a fun blogger award and though I've missed my own promised deadline to play along, I'm dedi...
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The Unraveling of Brendan Meeks
Brian Cohn
Women in the Great War
Tanya Wynn, Stephen Wynn