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Sometimes everyone has days when everything is upside down and the only desire is to exhale and not think about things. Together with the largest book service in Russia and the CIS countries, LitRes has prepared a selection of books that will definitely help you switch and have a great weekend.

“Apartment for Two” by Beth O’Leary

Tiffi Moore and Leon Tumi do not know each other, but they have something in common: they urgently need housing, and he and she have very little money. Then the guys decide to rent an apartment for two. They cook breakfast in the same kitchen, sleep in the same bed and look out the same window, but at different times of the day. During all this time, the neighbors have never met, and they communicate only with the help of notes. Perfect! Gradually, Tiffey and Leon begin to treat each other more confidently, and their letters become more tender. A funny, romantic story that is sure to distract from sad thoughts.

“Midnight Library» Matt Hague

Nora Sid’s life is far from ideal: she has no friends, lost her job, and her beloved cat has died. In a fit of despair, the girl decides to commit suicide, but wakes up and finds herself in a midnight library run by her former school librarian, Mrs. Elm. Under the guidance of an old acquaintance, the heroine begins to study books that tell about different versions of her own life. It turns out she had so many alternatives! Explore the Arctic, become a rock star or open a country pub. I wonder if there is still an opportunity to find out which of the stories would make her happy?

“Blackberry wine” Joanne Harris

Trying to cope with the creative crisis, writer Jay Mackintosh abandons everything in London and buys a house in France. Coincidentally, the former owner of the house is a gardener who worked in the family of the hero when he was little. In the cellar, Jay finds several old bottles of blackberry wine, made by his childhood friend. The man is immersed in amazing memories of the past, which help to find answers to questions that torment him in the present. A warming, meditative story.

“Premonition of a miracle” Anne Patchett

Dr. Anika Svensen conducts expensive research in the forests of the Amazon. The customer expects from her a revolutionary drug that will treat infertility. But suddenly, for everyone, the professor stops communicating, and a colleague who went to find out what is happening, dies of fever. Then biologist Marina Singh goes to the jungle. The girl has not only to find her former supervisor, but also to unravel the dark secrets. A frightening and fascinating story about how much companies are willing to pay for enrichment.

“The Strangest Bar In The Universe” Lyon Sprague de Camp, Fletcher Pratt

Away from the busy streets is a small cozy bar Gavagana. Here regulars gossip, sad young men get drunk, lovers meet dryads, and little dachshunds hide in the shadows until dawn. Here no one is surprised by anything, and for each visitor there is a drink to taste and mood. Sparkling, bright collection of stories from the most unusual bar in the world. The author of the book, Lyon Sprega de Camp, is one of the founders of the genre of alternative historical fiction and the greatest master of humorous fantasy, so you definitely won’t be bored.

And according to a special promo code URABOOK on site service, all readers will receive a book as a gift from a special selection, as well as a 15% discount on almost the entire range.

You can be the first to learn the latest news and recommendations from our newsletter by e-mail. Our recommendations are also published in the official telegram-channel agency.

Sometimes everyone has days when everything is upside down and the only desire is to exhale and not think about things. Together with the largest book service in Russia and the CIS countries, LitRes has prepared a selection of books that will definitely help you switch and have a great weekend. “Apartment for Two” by Beth O’Leary Tiffi Moore and Leon Toomey are not acquainted, but they have something in common: they urgently need housing, and he and she have very little money. Then the guys decide to rent an apartment for two. They cook breakfast in the same kitchen, sleep in the same bed and look out the same window, but at different times of the day. During all this time, the neighbors have never met, and they communicate only with the help of notes. Perfect! Gradually, Tiffey and Leon begin to treat each other more confidently, and their letters become more tender. A funny, romantic story that is sure to distract from sad thoughts. Matt Hague’s Midnight Library Nora Sid’s life is far from ideal: no friends, no job, and a beloved cat has died. In a fit of despair, the girl decides to commit suicide, but wakes up and finds herself in a midnight library run by her former school librarian, Mrs. Elm. Under the guidance of an old acquaintance, the heroine begins to study books that tell about different versions of her own life. It turns out she had so many alternatives! Explore the Arctic, become a rock star or open a country pub. I wonder if there is still an opportunity to find out which of the stories would make her happy? “Blackberry Wine” by Joanne Harris In an attempt to cope with the creative crisis, writer Jay Mackintosh abandons everything in London and buys a house in France. Coincidentally, the former owner of the house is a gardener who worked in the family of the hero when he was little. In the cellar, Jay finds several old bottles of blackberry wine, made by his childhood friend. The man is immersed in amazing memories of the past, which help to find answers to questions that torment him in the present. A warming, meditative story. “An Anticipation of a Miracle” by Anne Patchett Dr. Anika Svensen conducts expensive research in the Amazon rainforest. The customer expects from her a revolutionary drug that will treat infertility. But suddenly, for everyone, the professor stops communicating, and a colleague who went to find out what is happening, dies of fever. Then biologist Marina Singh goes to the jungle. The girl has not only to find her former supervisor, but also to unravel the dark secrets. A frightening and fascinating story about how much companies are willing to pay for enrichment. “The Strangest Bar in the Universe” Lyon Sprague de Camp, Fletcher Pratt Away from the busy streets stands a small cozy bar Gavagana. Here regulars gossip, sad young men get drunk, lovers meet dryads, and little dachshunds hide in the shadows until dawn. Here no one is surprised by anything, and for each visitor there is a drink to taste and mood. Sparkling, bright collection of stories from the most unusual bar in the world. The author of the book, Lyon Sprega de Camp, is one of the founders of the genre of alternative historical fiction and the greatest master of humorous fantasy, so you definitely won’t be bored. And according to the special promo code URABOOK on the website of the service, all readers will receive a book as a gift from a special selection, as well as a 15% discount on almost the entire range. You can be the first to know the latest news and recommendations from our e-mail newsletter. Our recommendations are also published in the official telegram channel of the agency.

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