Amy’s Fiction recommendations

It‘s in the eye of the reader, that’s why I choose these Fiction recommendations.

It’s the circumstances that made me read these books. A further dimension is; they impressed me so entirely that an inprint was stored in the archive of my memory as learned matter and it is still alive. Unique fiction and points of views, interesting characters with dispense story lines makes good reading.

Learning something new collectively as a society in the medieval times is subject of the play The life of Galilei by Bertold Brecht.

Someone once said to me that Doris Lessing is a writer for her piano teacher- I think, The Story of General Dann and Mara’s daughter, Griot + the snowdog is a science fiction novel and could also interest younger readers.
In case you ever wanted to know more about the Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer as a person, here is a good book by Irvin D. YalomThe Schopenhauer Cure. Meaning you don’t have to dive into his thoughts about a phenomenal world product of a blind, insatiable, and the malignant metaphysical will.

Antal Szerb’sJourney by Moonlight – is too subtle to write about.

The true story In search of Klingsor, by Jorge Volpi is one of the most compelling version of the coming about of the Stauffenberg plot.

So, if you feel like there was anything helpful for you, please let me know.
Have a great one,