it's been a while , but I did read Phil Collins' autobiography, Sir Michael Caine's autobiography and a few fictionalized novels by Steve Martin - The Pleasure of my Company, An Object of Beauty and Shopgirl. I would like to read Martin's non-fiction books like Born Standing Up. Cheers, Filip
Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder and to be followed-up by The Dream of Reason by Anthony Gottlieb. I made one list and that one's more than enough since it's the only one I can aspire for having the time to accomplish consuming . Cheers, Filip
Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk which has a wonderful ending where the protagonist soldier recites words from that particular speech, as well as the film Darkest Hour where Gary Oldman skilfully inhabits Churchill. Worth a look in my opinion, after you finish the book, if you have not already seen them.
A couple of nuggets of wisdom for this twenty-sixth week of the year........ 'True enlightenment is to man like sunlight to the soil.' - N.F.S. Grundtvig 'It's better now, death is closer, I no longer have to look for it, no longer have to challenge it, taunt it, play with it. It's right here with m