If you are looking to have a night in and watch something particularly interesting (and if you don’t mind French), Nothing to Hide might be a good addition to your watch list. The French remake of the Italian hit, Perfect Strangers is a dramatic comedy that explores relationships in the Iphone age.
Overall, the story is very enjoyable for romance fans and is highly recommended to teenagers. Matson’s book is a great piece of novel to read on a cozy day and sense the emotions throughout the story. Plus, there is also an expected bonus content for readers.
Written by a Cambodian legendary novelist Kong Bunchhoeun, ‘Preah Reach Samphea’ is a story that book enthusiasts, writers and poets should never ever miss reading.
Cameron Wilson’s personal crisis led him to feel he could help other people cope while they were going through similar experiences. He shares his life story with Eileen McCormick.
We easily fall in love with women whose kindness and compassion exude every time they speak. But finding that perfect woman isn’t as easy as it sounds.
This has probably happened to you before – realising you love someone when she’s gone, leaving you heartbroken with an unspoken emotion. It did hurt, didn’t it? And it will continue to hurt as you try to keep your hopes up that she will eventually come back to you.
Isn’t it a fascinating dream of every 16-year-old teenager to have the chance to move in with a friend and live parent-free? Well, April has to tell little lies to her dad so that this can happen.
Picture this: you love someone more than you love yourself. But one day, you discover that he or she has an untreatable disease and can no longer stay with you. To make things worse, your lover’s parents do not really approve of your relationship. What will you do?
Renowned female director and screenwriter Poan Phoung Bopha once again creates a story that all Cambodians can relate to.
You’ve heard of the story of Jack and the Baked Beanstalk, haven’t you? An authorial debut of illustrator Colin Stimpson, the fiction is an overhaul and humor-filled version of the classic English fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk.
Nathan Marley, a private investigator in New York City, was hired by two women at the same time to find a lawyer to work on their wills before they die – Annie Clayton, a homeless woman living on the street and Mrs Joanna Whittaker, a wealthy widow living in a fashionable apartment building.
Daemons and humans live side by side in the world of Lyra Belacqua, a brave orphan. The daemons were attached to their humans; they were the human souls that take form as animal companions, protecting their guardians.
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.
“Who’s it For” is a collection of modern short fictions published by Nou Hach Literary Association in 2014.
During the French colonial period, Cambodian society was governed by strict rules. Girls were not allowed to show their emotions or express feelings of romantic affection. Girls were expected to be obedient and subservient, and do as they were told.
When she was twelve, Beatrice was told by a fortune teller that her one true love would die young and leave her all alone.
Stories about love never fail to resonate with people of all ages and races. That is why novelists and authors don’t run out of ideas about love and all things associated with it for their masterpieces.
Maybe it is the power of fate that arranged us to meet each other. I, Kadek, used to be a quiet and humble man, yet once I met you at the movie theatre, I become a talkative one.
“Kafka on the Shore” is a captivating set of parallel stories written by one of the most celebrated contemporary Japanese authors, Haruki Murakami.