The Just Out Books
And the Mountains Echoed is a book by an Afghanistan writer, Khaled Hosseini. It was on the New York Times “Best Seller List” for a couple of weeks proving that this story is just as great as the author’s previous novels, which were inspiring and mesmerizing tales. This story however not only stretches out through the plains of Afghanistan, but it also sets us out on an adventure through the whole world while telling us a story of a family which were drawn apart by extraordinary circumstances.
“Mr. Hosseini..actually succeeded in spinning his characters’ lives into a deeply affecting choral work…” – Michiko Kakutani, New York Times Review
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher, even though it being author’s first published novel and targeted at a younger audience, the book quickly earned its place on the pedestal on the list of international bestsellers. This book crawls deep inside and really touches you, as you discover the secrets of a dead girl alongside a boy who had a crush on her before she killed herself. It all starts when Clay Jensen returns home from school and discovers a mail package, which is full of secrets and has no return address.
The Just Out Movie
Everyone once dreamed of having a superpower and fighting evil. There were an infinite amount of books written and movies filmed about heroes fighting evil, and The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is one of them. So what makes it different from all the other movies? First of all, it’s based off an international bestseller novel written by Cassandra Clare.
Secondly, the main character and a shadow hunter Cray Fray is very down-to-earth, 21st century kind of girl, which people can relate to unlike all the Super/Spiderman’s. Thirdly, the movie is set in the wonderful New York City, and who doesn’t love a story in a big city?
The Hang Out: Cafe ‘phil’
There are a lot of great places around Vienna but most people just go to the ones that they are used to. Sometimes you need to get out of your comfort-zone and try something new. A cafe that has a mix of vintage furniture, free wifi, great movies, books and everyone’s favorite coffee? Phil Cafe has all this as well as film evening and lectures. The cafe is usually full of students and creative people and it’s especially busy during Saturday. It’s located on the Gumperdorferstraße 10-12 1060, near MariahilferStraße, which is one of the main shopping streets.