I will probably publish more under this category than other ones, since books have been my favorite companions ever since I was a child. To the extent that I love them as much as if they were members of my family :)

Whatever I might say about books will still not exactly reflect the way I feel towards them. Every single one. The ones I have read decades ago or the ones I recently acquired and havent read yet.

Reading opens up horizons and entices the brain to step it up to other levels of thought, reasoning or simply entertainment. Because one simply cannot know it all. I firmly believe that we need to constantly keep learning in order for our brains to keep feeling alive...

On War, Carl Von Clausewitz


ISBN: 978-0-691-01854-6

Princeton University Press, 1976

Minor Detail, Adania Shibli


ISBN: 978-0-811-22907-4

New Directions Publishing Corporation, 2020

Apocalypse Never, Michael Shellenberger


ISBN: 978-0-063-00169-5

Harper Collins Publishers, June 2020

The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran


ISBN: 987-0-394-4-04288

Knopf Double Day Publishing Group, 1923

Kabbalah, Mari Silva


ISBN: 979-8-741-64910-7

Independently published, April 2021

War And Peace, Leo Tolstoy


ISBN: 978-0-670-03469-7

Viking Adult, 2006