Are you looking for a new book? – Perhaps for long journeys, on vacation at the beach or simply after a long day to relax. Finding a book that meets your personal taste is often quite difficult. Due to the large choice in libraries we often don’t have the time to analyse the book in an extensive way. So that I can help you with that, I did some research and found some really promising books! Some of them I can absolutely recommend myself! So that you can meet your taste directly, you just have to read through my reviews ;). Have fun!
Brief answers to the big questions – Stephen Hawkins
Hawkins last book takes us on a personal journey through the universe and teaches us to recognize the origin and future of humanity. His answers to the questions: “Why do we humans exist at all? “Where do we come from?”, “Will we survive on Earth?” give us an insight into Hawkins ideology.
The Alchemist – Paulo Coehlo (Novel)
An Andalusian shepherd sets off on a journey for a treasure. Every path he takes and every formative destiny is of great importance for the view of life. On his way he learns to find himself and to become aware of the most important insights in life.
Muttertag – Nele Neuhaus (crime novel) – Only in german
They had a secret. They had to die. On a Sunday. – That’s what it says on the back of the crime novel! But that’s all I want to tell you, because after all your curiosity will grow! The book is written super exciting and really addictive!
21 Lessons for the 21st Century – Yuval Noah Harari
Harari takes a look to the here and now and clarifies the most important questions of our time: Why is liberal democracy in crisis? Is God back? Should Europe remain open to immigrants? Can nationalism provide an answer to climate change and social inequality? What should we teach our children? And can we still understand the world we have created?
Das Kind in dir muss Heimat finden – Stefanie Stahl – Only in german
It’s a great “feel good”-book and gives you solutions on how to deal better with your personal problems and makes your life easier. It starts with being able to make friends with your inner self.
The Big Five for Life – John Strelecky
“Big Five” means our personal goals in life. The question on how to combine the personal goals in life with our work life is clarified in the bestselling novel. The message is conveyed through a comprehensible story about a close friendship between two men with different professional positions.