Through the novel ‘Teuk Phnek Kon Derm’, author Chheav Samnang cleverly and creatively depicts the unpredictability of life and the nature of humanity in both good and bad ways.
Written by Rim Kin, ‘Samapheavi’ is an emotional novel written in the 1950s. It was republished by the National Library of Cambodia after some articles about the book on Saturday Night Magazine (Reatrey Thngai Sao) was discovered in 2010.
Grace Marks, the famed Canadian murderess, was convicted of the notorious double murder of her employer, Thomas Kinnear, and his housekeeper and mistress, Nancy Montgomery, alongside stable hand James McDermott in Toronto in 1843. She was just 16.
Drawing inspiration from the allegorical novel Animal Farm written by George Orwell, Cambodia-based British animal rights advocate Ged Mcphail is set to give voices to animals through a theatrical performance running from September 6 to September 10.
With an inborn obligation to show our deepest respect and gratitude to our parents, we are sometimes forced to obey any and all rules they set.
Truth be told, reputation, dignity and wealth are the core things to consider when it comes to loving somebody.
CHEYO, CHEYO, CHEYO! I hope not to hear these words uttered in the next five years. Well, we all made it through the election season and all the hoopla surrounding it; let’s pat ourselves on the back.
John Green’s 2012 novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a young adult fiction gem, which conveys so much sadness but is never overemotional.
Hatred, anger and revenge drive a person to do cruel things and hurt other people.
One of the earliest pieces of science fiction composed for contemporary novel readers, “Journey to the Center of the Earth,”
It might not be really easy for readers in this generation to find a novel written with sharp and straight words, plus fancy drawings to make the story more understandable.
“The Elephant Vanishes” is a collection of short stories widely famous among Japanese novel lovers. A few of these short series made it to become comic and fairytale themes read by children around Japan.
I have been reading and reviewing Haruki Murakami’s works for a while now, and I’ve resigned myself to the fact that I will never fully comprehend most of his works — aside from “Norwegian Wood”, which was his first “non-fiction novel”.
Published in 2005, “Klen Pka Mearadey” is written by author and songwriter Keo Channbo.
First-time American novelist Arthur Golden’s Memoirs of a Geisha, follows the life of a female Japanese entertainer.
Legendary filmmaker James Ivory won the first Oscar of his storied career for his screenplay of “Call Me By Your Name,” a sensual tale of first love set in sun-drenched 1980s Italy.
“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” is an intriguingly eccentric masterpiece by American author Ransom Riggs.
The novel “Krom Domnok Teouk Pleang” (Under the Raindrops) was written by the talented, multi-award winning author Um Sophanny.
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.
Kolap Pailin, (Rose of Pailin) is a widely known Khmer novel written by Nhok Them in 1936 and published in 1943. Now taught to all Cambodian students as part of the high school curriculum, it is considered a Khmer classic.