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Wednesday Shelf Control: Watch series

Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.


So hiiiiii.

Yes, I’m sorry I didn’t do Top Ten Tuesdays the past two weeks, like… nobody is oblidging you to do every single meme every single week, right? I guess so 😀

So let’s talk about another book series that have been on my TBR list for way too long. Like, waaaaaaay too long.

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Do The Talking, Do The Talking: Recommendations, Russian books

Do The Talking: Russian Dystopian books + recommendations


Hi! Welcome to another post on Russian books rant!

Considering latest trends in literature overall, I’d like to cover up another topic that is known little to noone outside Russia, and that is Russian dystopian books.

For those who love The Hunger Games, Maze Runner, Divergent, and similar book series – this post can be interested for you!

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Do The Talking, Do The Talking: Recommendations, Russian books

Do The Talking: Russian Fantasy + Recommendations

Hi! Welcome to another my ranting post under [Do The Talking] segment.

Today’s topic is – TADAAAM! – Russian fantasy, and everything around this genre. At the end of this post, most noticeable fantasy authors will be listed, and, if they have books already translated into English, I will also provide related links for your information.

So let’s hop on!

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Do The Talking, Do The Talking: Recommendations, Russian books

[DO THE TALKING] 10 must-read Russian classics

Hello wonderfuls, how’s your week going on?

Last time I ranted about Russian classics and how they affect Russians, and now we’re moving on recommendations of what I think are the must-read Russian classics.

Less ranting, more recommendations, let’s go!


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Do The Talking, Russian books

DO THE TALKING: Russian Classics

Hola again!

Here comes the scheduled Tuesday post, and, since I’m still trying hard to finish two books at the same time (probably all reviews will come in the beginning of March), let’s have a intellectual talk.

You know that I plan to use this blog to recommend you good Russian books, and I’m 110% sure you mostly heard of only Russian classics, so I’ll rant about them first.


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