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READING UPDATE: TWO BOOK REVIEWS (HUMAN ACTS BY HAN KANG AND HOGFATHER BY TERRY PRATCHETT)

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I'm back with another reading update . Today I'll be reviewing two very different novels: Human Acts  by Hang Kan and Hogfather by Terry Pratchett. I've heard good things about both of these authors, but I only got to reading one of their works last month. These two books were my introduction to Pratchett and Kan, you might say. I'm happy to report I quite liked both of them and plan to read more of them. Isn't it great when you discover authors that are perfect for you? Hang Kan is a South Korean writer. A daughter of a novelist herself, Hang Kan writes with ease. Her writing style is beautiful, touching and almost hypnotic. Kan really has a way of bringing you inside the story. I first heard about Hang Kan when her controversial novel The Vegetarian started to trend and I've been meaning to read it ever since. When I saw this beautiful cover of Human Acts in Jelsa library, I knew it is time for me to pick it up. Similarly, I've been meaning to read Te