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Discover our literary map of Ireland

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! For the occasion, you’ll find below a map of literary Ireland. From County Mayo to Dublin, discover Ireland as the writers depicted it in their works.
On the map, every shamrock icon is linked to a book that you can download on Feedbooks (and there may be more than one icon in one town, so don’t hesitate to zoom in!).

Want to see the movie? Read the book first!

Are you enthused about the movie Inherent Vice? Do you think it is finally time to tackle Thomas Hardy’s classic novel Far From the Madding Crowd before the movie adaptation is released? Do not hesitate to browse our timeline of the next expected movie adaptations and discover the trailers of each movie as well as the book it was based on.

Click on the image below and you will be redirected to the full timeline.

Books to movies: a guide to 2015

Our selections and ebook recommendations of the week (02/27/2015)

In this week’s selections, we recommend new releases in fiction and nonfiction that caught our attention and should definitely hold yours! You’ll also find a selection of titles we recommend related to the news headlines.

What we recommend this week

If you know a thing or two about the New York music scene from the 1980’s, the name of Kim Gordon should ring a bell. Member of the cult band Sonic Youth and ultimate cool girl, Gordon just released her memoir Girl in a Band, looking back on several decades in one of the most revered and respected bands of our time and on her personal experience beyond this environment.

Girl in a Band

Do you sometimes wish you could crawl under people’s skin and literally inhabit their body and watch the world through their eyes? Such is the premise of Claire North’s latest novel Touch, a novel that was deemed “touching, horrifying, magnificent” by NPR book critic Amal El-Mohtar, and sounds chilling enough to make you want to crack the book open right away.

Touch

Have we come to a point where science has explained everything there is to know about anything? In his fascinating book To Explain the World, Steven Weinberg looks back on centuries of advancement and knowledge in science and how this knowledge is integrated in our daily lives and in the way we look at the world.

To Explain the World

What’s happening in the world? Here are some books that might help you understand

CubaDon't Be Afraid of the Bullets: An Accidental War Correspondent in YemenThis Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The ClimateDataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One's Looking)

Choose your Valentine’s Day read

Are you more interested in zombie love or in alien love? Would you rather read a love story in a gothic atmosphere or in a dystopian setting?
Choose the Valentine’s Day read you want in our word cloud below, and discover the titles we suggest for each word!

Follow the news by reading books

Do you feel like you are constantly bombarded with news headlines on your computer, on your phone, on the radio, or on TV? Get a fresh perspective with our suggested reads: every headline is linked to a book dealing with this subject.