Enough of love stories…for now. Let’s talk about ghosts.
Pat always believes in silver linings – when bad things happen, there’s something positive coming out of it.
“Eat, Pray, Love” is an autobiography about a woman’s life journey to find pleasure, transcendence, and the balance of both.
Phnom Penh is known as the heart of Cambodia, but beyond the beauty of the capital city are depressing scenes.
Have you ever felt loving someone at first sight? Have you ever felt abandoned by the people you love that you are forced to live all by yourself?
“Norwegian Wood” is one of the many intriguing and beautiful novels composed by the award-winning author Haruki Murakami.
Besdong Mohasamot” was written by Ouch Vutha. This book claimed third place at the Preah Sihanouk Reach literature competition in 1999.
Julian is an alcoholic art dealer who constantly criticises Caroline and gets into fights with her. Michael is a laid-back freelance illustrator who stands by her side during hard times.
When the story opens, Ms Thavy is 15 and living in Kandal province. She faces much hardship living with her violent godmother
Mr Ramsay is known to the public as a strong-willed, stiff-necked, brash and demeaning persona who operates countless successful restaurants, not only in Britain but around the world.
The book depicts an earlier era in Cambodia’s modern history, in which constitutional rights and laws were being introduced.
Some people seem to be born with certain exceptional skills, but as time goes by they fade away and sometimes totally disappear.
Young Cambodian author Thon Thavry has written and published a book in English and Khmer that depicts three generations of women to show the struggles women have endured over the years.
“Nothing But The Truth” offers insights into the issue of harassment among Asian youth, especially females, which is rarely discussed in the media.
The book led Khmer people to look back at their history and the brutal actions of the French administrators at the provincial level, who tortured and abused Khmer farmers.
The Dashwood sisters live happily with their parents and younger sister in Norland, England until the death of their father Henry forces Mrs Dashwood and her daughters to move.
The book depicts both the repression endured by Cambodian women at that time and the ripple effects that this treatment could have on all of society.
In the eyes of their American-born daughters, the four older Chinese women are just mothers, always complaining and trying to control every aspect of their lives.
An extraordinarily captivating memoir, “The Rules of Inheritance” has been caught the attention of Hollywood film producers and is the subject of a forthcoming motion picture.
Martin knows what he wants and has always gone after it; he moved from one achievement to another until he became a global superstar.
Everyone wants to love and be loved, despite the fact that – for most of us at least – love is a source of suffering at one time or another.
Astrid Jones is a typical teenager…well, perhaps not entirely typical. But she has a secret she can only share with fellow plane passengers.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was a very private guy, so it’s surprising to learn that this biography was initially his idea.