Ivan Fíla: Muž, který stál v cestě Ivan Fíla: Muž, který stál v cestě

Historická próza českého autora odkrýva detailný pohľad do životov MUDr. Františka Kriegla a dr. Gustáva Husáka a do zákulisia Pražskej jari 1968.

yesterday, 5:37
Tim Dedopulos: Albert Einstein - Záhady a rébusy Tim Dedopulos: Albert Einstein - Záhady a rébusy

Najväčší fyzik všetkých čias, povedal: „Musíte sa naučiť pravidlá hry. A musíte hrať lepšie ako ktokoľvek iný.“

yesterday, 5:37
From Lolita to Winnie-the-Pooh: Juno Dawson on the best banned books From Lolita to Winnie-the-Pooh: Juno Dawson on the best banned books

From the ‘unrestrained pornography’ of Nabokov’s classic to Harry Potter’s witchcraft … the This Book Is Gay author looks at literary works that have fallen foul of censorsWe are all familiar with the gut-wrenching, disturbing images of the German Student Union burning books under the Nazi regime. It’s less well known, perhaps, that the photograph we often associate with this time...

yesterday, 7:30
5 new books you won't want to miss this week: Paulo Coelho, Bill Belichick bio 5 new books you won't want to miss this week: Paulo Coelho, Bill Belichick bio

There's a new Vince Flynn Mitch Rapp thriller coming and a new bio of New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Plus more books on sale Sept. 25.        

yesterday, 12:00
A Keeper by Graham Norton review – O father where art thou? A Keeper by Graham Norton review – O father where art thou?

A woman’s search through her late mother’s belongings initiates a journey into the past in Norton’s perceptive tale of identity and lossGraham Norton’s 2016 debut novel, , surprised critics with its empathy, delicate characterisation and strong plotting. His follow-up again demonstrates these virtues.Elizabeth Keane has returned to the Irish village of her childhood, after the death of...

yesterday, 9:00
Thomas Cromwell: A Life by Diarmaid MacCulloch review – rise and fall of a cunning ruffian Thomas Cromwell: A Life by Diarmaid MacCulloch review – rise and fall of a cunning ruffian

The ‘true’ Thomas Cromwell proves elusive in this weighty biography of Henry VIII’s ambitious fixerIf a picture is worth a thousand words, a great portrait must equal some 700 pages of print. Hans Holbein the Younger’s depiction of Thomas Cromwell – dark, brooding, sinister and suggestive – is the likeness that has shaped the tormented afterlife of Henry VIII’s master secretary....

yesterday, 8:00
The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity by Kwame Anthony Appiah The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity by Kwame Anthony Appiah

An analysis of what defines our sense of self is scholarly and tender but unsatisfyingAre we, I wondered after reading ’s The Lies That Bind, entering a new phase of European Romanticism? A repeat of the era in which leaders sought to distil the idea of the volk – these days expressed as Brexit’s “will of the British people”. An obsession, in other words, with an imagined pristine...

yesterday, 10:00
The Dark Interval: Letters for the Grieving Heart – review The Dark Interval: Letters for the Grieving Heart – review

Rainer Maria Rilke’s letters of condolence reveal how the process of mourning can make us wholeRainer Maria Rilke had written 14,000 letters by the time of his death in 1926, aged 51. This slender book, a selection of letters of condolence, available for the first time in English, is a treasure. The solace Rilke offers is uncommon, uplifting and necessary. He was drawn to the idea, expressed in...

yesterday, 11:00
Kniha: Raffael maľoval ako boh Kniha: Raffael maľoval ako boh

Milovníci krásnych obrazov, ktoré pôsobia až nadpozemsky, sú vždy zvedaví aj na život umelca, ktorý ich vytvoril.

yesterday, 16:37
Katerina by James Frey – digested read Katerina by James Frey – digested read

‘I am fabulously rich. I’m more than a writer, I’m a brand. I have an agent to keep Hollywood at bay. I am going to burn the world down’Los Angeles 2017 It started with an anonymous message request on Facebook. Hi. Hi. Do you remember me? I don’t know.Paris 1992 I’m here in France drinking fucking and writing with little punctuation because I have delusions I’m the new Henry Miller...

yesterday, 17:00