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Origin by Dan Brown.

Robert Langdon is back and all ready to solve yet another great mystery of the universe. Who knows if not the greatest one this time, as the famous Harvard University professor is confronted with the questions humanity has always been trying to answer: where do we come from? Where are we going? What’s our real origin?

October reads ~ 2017.

First, as an explanation, I haven’t felt like reviewing a single book in more depth for quite a long time now, needless to say October hasn’t been a good month for me, very hectic, a bit disorganized and distressing. Quite an intense time, with my levels of anxiety going through the roof, making me feel totally unmotivated, almost depressed. That’s why I either haven’t had time to read or I’ve just haven’t felt like immersing myself in reading at all, finding it hard to focus…

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

September 11, 2001. The date that would change the world forever. The collapse of New York’s most remarkable towers marked the dawn of humanity, going down in history as the most horrifying and devastating terrorist attack the world had ever known, distorting our perception of reality and the people surrounding us. No man would ever be safe. Every muslim would be feared.