Judging by this book Graham Greene might be one of those celebrated authors whose writings leave me indifferent.
The Picture of Dorian Gray is full of the witticisms that Oscar Wilde has become famous for. Here are some of my favourites.
Where Tigers Are At Home (or "La ou les tigres sont chez eux" in French) is a kaleidoscopic, multi-strand novel that blends Lévi-Strauss, Indiana Jones, Umberto Eco, Joseph Conrad and Malcolm Lowry.
An enjoyable and refreshing look at cities. Essence of a city is the physical proximity between people and companies. Cities attract talent, foster competition, allow for social and economic mobility, encourage entrepreneurship and spur innovation by facilitating face-to-face interaction.
I was a bit skeptical at first, I don't really know why, perhaps because the title didn't really appeal to me, but the first chapters quickly won me over.