Invisible Cities by Italian writer Italo Calvino in 1972 and translated to English by William Weaver. Set as the conversation between Kublai Khan and Marco Polo, the readers get to explore the cities through the descriptions by Polo. In boundless imagination, I visited each city and envied the Venetian explorer.read more
First Person Singular is an anthology of eight short stories by one of my all time favourite authors, Haruki Murakami. Translated from the Japanese by Philip Gabriel, all stories are told in first-person narrative rich with Murakami’s signature storytelling.read more
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