These days we are given the opportunity to read more. Please see some recommendations in different genres.
Tamás Frei: Babel
After the change of regime, the writer was one of the defining media personalities of the period and later he also conquered literature. His 2019 novel, Babel, once again topped the bestseller lists. Exciting, action-packed, habitually relevant and burningly topical. Terrorism cannot be stopped by a wire fence either. In the Babylonian chaos of modern migration anything is possible.
József Keresztesi: Croissant, or the big pudding chase
This poetic fairy tale was written primarily for children but its entertaining twists and real literary inventions also impress adult readers. Graphic artist, Ildi Horváth animated Croissant, Blood Pudding, Sir Bonbon and the others in a way that makes your mouth water. After reading together, the family can make a cake together, which even the smallest ones will enjoy.
Edith Eva Eger: The choice
Dr. Edith Eva Eger was sixteen years old when the Nazis arrived in her hometown in Kassa (Hungary) and got deported to Auschwitz with her family. Edith and her sister survived the horrors and decided to forgive those who held her captive and enjoy life every day. Years after her release, she went to university, studied psychology and today she helps abused women and those struggling with post-traumatic stress, addiction or grief.
Tamás Náray: Last morning in Paris - my favorite French cake recipes
From the details of his book The Last Morning in Paris, we can get a taste of what the world-famous French fashion is like. Besides the 50 French sweets, we also get three recipes selected from Tamás Náray's Hungarian favorites. Caution: desserts and reading are addictive!
Mangalica Festival in the heart of downtown Budapest on Szabadság square.
A new sports center is going to be opened soon just a few corners away from Bank Center.
Between November 9, 2019 and January 5, 2020, a large outdoor exhibition of Bence Máté's life work can be visited free of charge on the renovated Podmaniczky Frigyes Square.
There's no Christmas without Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker. Winter has truely arrived and Christmas in Budapest has begun.