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Her first selection is french text 'L'art de se tire' by Joseph Antoine Toussaint Dinouart, about which she said, "I've been underlining lines from the book, and found out one day that the whole book was just full of highlights. It's a book that lets you know that even though speaking well is important, silence can be even more important at times."
Secondly, she chose the famous 'Pride and Prejudice' by Jane Austen, and also recommended biographic novel 'The Moon and Sixpence' by W. Somerset Maugham as her third choice, saying its "one of my favorites".
Her fourth selection is 'River Boy' by Tim Bowler, about which she said, "It's a fairytale-like novel that makes you picture everything you read. It's a book you can just fall into on a day when the fall winds are harsh."
Lastly, she chose a Korean poetry book titled 'Love, Like You've Never Been Hurt Before' by Ryu Si Hwa.
Anything catch your fancy?