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"We should read to give our souls a chance to luxuriate."


~Henry Miller

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Six Sundays in July

Six Sundays in July - shukyou
It is difficult to review this book without NOT GIVING something away.

And I don't want to reveal anything.

The best way to read it, believe me, honestly- without knowing ANYTHING about!

It is for sure something you don't expect to.

It is for sure something that makes you think about even hours after you'll finished it.

It has a bit from a documentary, something that you read as a biography, very real, very true, very how it was, very beautiful, very shukyou.

Take a deep breath and dive into.

I love it.

Okay, I give a little bit away-I think I have to:

If while reading this book you can see only a relationship between a lesbian and a gay man...I'm sorry for you...Yes, it is a part of it. Yes.

But it is about so much more...
So much more...

P.S. Forget the cover! It has nothing to do with the story!