Hey, guys! Let's try a coffee or a tea without milk or sugar added... or probably it is the best if you stick to your own habits. It's just that I found the characters in this book were oddly specific about how they took their coffee or tea. Anyways, 'The Wind between Two Worlds' is a mystery/thriller novel that deals with war veterans and homeless people and refugees.
Make yourself a coffee (an iced one, if I may suggest) and get sucked into the world of Robert Langdon (again)! (I know it is actually our existing world, but these books seem to be so similar that I feel like it's a whole separate one with poor Robert being trapped in a 'history repeats itself' kind of situation...)...
Grab your cup of coffee, and read this review of "The Chemistry of Death". Sounds good, right?
Get your coffee dose of the day, and read my review of a crime noir book by Irish author Ken Bruen!
Come on, let's have a coffee, and read the review of my very first ARC!
Grab your coffee, and read my review about 'The Trinity Six', my very first spy story read!