This review is a bit hard for me to write because I've actually read this book a couple of months ago, but I didn't have time to review it... of course I remember it (fortunately it was not that forgettable!), but the feel is somehow not the same as writing my thoughts and sentiments right away. Let's try, though!
These days I've been longing for a light, heartwarming read, and so I sat down with my mounting TBR and was looking for a book that had to potential of satisfying this criteria and I should've read anyway. I came up with 'The Magic Touch', and I'm so glad it turned out this way! It really was the right book to pick up!
'Life, Death And Cellos' is a book about amateur musicians, and how could I have say no to that? I agreed to a blog tour before I read the book - the tour ended up being a three-day blitz, but who cares? I have the same job in it! 😀 Music is my soft spot, and of course I decided to take this book ahead of my TBR. I'm always in the mood for some quick musical read! Let's see what it's all about!
I've been considering for a while to occasionally post about a Hungarian book, since I've noticed that we're not very popular among the international audience. I find it extremely difficult, because there's very few Hungarian books I know of that are translated to English.
Here's the next coffee break with a contemporary fiction review to read!