When mysterious crimes occur, all animals from nearby homes, and even those that live on the street, ask help from Detective Gerard, a guinea pig. However, he is an enormous sweet tooth, so he gets to work only on the basis of tasty fees. Together with Gerard you will find out who has eaten a cat’s breakfast, you will run away from hungry predators, you will find out everything about an unknown scarecrow that scares good animals, you will investigate dark crannies and fight with fears. And most importantly, you will learn how to catch intruders using deduction and logic.
One day I wished these letters would come to me; That before I got into a lonely battle with the accumulated experience, I studied the map well. Because I could not see anyone who taught me how to write letters to women and convey to me everything that was going on in the hearts and minds of women. I mustered all the courage to jump from the recipient’s graph to the sender’s graph. I wanted to express what every woman has to say so that they know they are not alone in this country.
An out-of-season South Korean resort, a mysterious foreign visitor and a young woman whose dual nationality and anguished diffidence mark her out as an anomaly among her community are the main components of French-Korean author Elisa Shua Dusapin’s compact first novel. The book is set in Sokcho, a city so close to South Korea’s impenetrable northern counterpart that it is possible to take a day trip over the border.
” …I am not only answering you. I am answering, through you, the whole of humanity – not only the contemporary humanity, but also the humanity that will be coming when I will not be here to answer.” (OSHO)
Examining the ancient Gospel of Thomas–a Gnostic text supressed by the early church–OSHO paints a portrait of Jesus that is radical and revolutionary, a Jesus who makes demands that run counter to the safe and gentle person of traditional Christian teaching.