Posts Tagged‘Book Review’

Book Review – Ernest Hemingway: A Moveable Feast

Ernest Hemingway A Moveable Feast book

Besides being a fantastic writer and the Noble Prize in Literature winner, Ernest Hemingway was an expat, traveller and someone with a severe case of wanderlust. Many of his books are reflecting events from his life, happening during his travels or life abroad. However, our next book is an ode to the city, people he met while living in it, and the historical time he lived there. So here it is, Culture Tourist Book Review: Ernest Hemingway and his A Moveable Feast.

Book Review – Elizabeth Kostova: The Historian

Elizabeth Kostova The Historian review

Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian is one of my all-time favourite books. It’s one of those books I’ve read several times. I actually love to do that with books I love. Reread it after a few years. So, I thought there couldn’t be a better title to start my Culture Tourist Book Club, than with the review of Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian.

Book Review – David Wienir: Amsterdam Exposed

Book David Wienir: Amsterdam Exposed

Before visiting a new destination, rather than reading a guide book, I’m always trying to read a book or watch a movie that’s set up in it. And I also love doing it once I’m back home. I’t makes me feel I’m still wondering the streets of that city and like I’m still on a vacation. I think I read almost all the books about or happening in Amsterdam. So, when I was sent David Wienir’s ‘Amsterdam Exposed: An American’s journey into the Red Light District’ I was so excited to read a new book with a story happening in…