Despite a seemingly complex plot, involving many characters & financial crimes, I found it easy to follow & am looking forward to see if it is part of a series
Luovico Ariosto (8 September, 1474 – 6 July, 1533) was a notable Italian poet. He is still remembered for Orlando Furioso, his 1516 romance epic.
This is a story with many layers, brutal and naked, which had several twists I did not see coming. There are many themes, consequences of choices made, secrets
Brian Moore was an Irish novelist and screenwriter. He is known for novels describing life in Northern Ireland during World War II.
Elsa Morante (18 August, 1812 – 25 November, 1985), born in Rome, Italy, was an Italian poet, translator, children’s book author and novelist.
Percy Bysshe Shelley was a radical English Romantic poet. Even though he was never famous during his lifetime, Mr. Shelley got growing recognition posthumously
Giovanni Boccaccio (June 16,1313) was an Italian poet, writer, and humanist. He became well known for his works called The Decameron
The untold weirdness of history’s greatest geniuses. Laugh & learn with 30 mini-bios that humanize these larger-than-life figures. Perfect for teens and adults
Edward Lear (12 May, 1812 – 29 January, 1888) – poet, author, musician, and artist from England, remembered for his nonsense collections in the Book of Nonsense
Benghazi-Bergen-Belsen (בנגאזי–ברגן־בלזן ) Yossi Sucary tells of the plight of North African and Libyan Jews during World War II