If you’re looking for a gripping and thought-provoking read, I highly recommend My Life as a Russian Novel by Emmanuel Carrère. This memoir is a fascinating exploration of the author’s own life and the lives of those around him, set against the backdrop of Russia’s tumultuous history. Carrère’s writing is both lyrical and deeply personal, drawing the reader in and immersing them in his world. He explores themes of love, loss, and identity with a raw, refreshing, and challenging honesty.
One of the things I love about this book is the way it invites discussion and debate. The story has so many layers and different perspectives to consider that it will stay with you well after you finish the last page. My Life as a Russian Novel is a powerful and unforgettable read and is our last book club selection of 2023.

I want to extend a big thank you to all the subscribers and supporters of The Zeg. I look forward to sharing more travel, books, and experiences with you in 2024! Stay Tuned.

John Waites
A veteran who is passionate about inspiring others through travel and art, sharing ideas for personal growth and fulfilment.

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