Books

The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr

Cover from goodreads.com My book review of 'The One Memory of Flora Banks' written by Emily Barr In my view About the story, tips, tricks and so on… reading speed, general storyline oke, assumptions, popular book or not, subject like it or not The story starts with the 17-years-old main character Flora Banks. She lives… Continue reading The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr

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Miss Austen – Gill Hornby

Book cover from Hebban.nl My book review of 'Miss Austen' written by Gill Hornby In my view A lot has been written about Jane Austen and her works. But not so often you stumble upon a book focussing on one of her relatives: her beloved sister Cassandra Austen. Before I read this book, I did… Continue reading Miss Austen – Gill Hornby

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Princess in the Polder – Astrid Harrewijn

Dutch cover from astridharrewijn.nl My book review of 'Princess in the polder' written by Astrid Harrewijn In my view The story title The title of the book asks for some pré assumptions. Your assumption could be that it is about a princess. A real one like you discover more often in novels and fairytales. So… Continue reading Princess in the Polder – Astrid Harrewijn

Books, Culture, Events

Halloween Books 2020

This weekend it is Halloween so I have written a blog post with a set thrilling books to read for this years home edition. Photo by Lucie Liz on Pexels.com The books are sorted in alphabetical order by title and followed by the year of publication and the author of the book. A Cosmology of… Continue reading Halloween Books 2020

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Five Feet Apart – Rachael Lippincott | Mikki Daughtry | Tobias Iaconis

Cover from goodreads.com My book review of 'Five Feet Apart' written by Rachael Lippincott, Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis. In my view This novel is about three young people who fight against Cystic Fibrosis. Frequently called 'CF' in the book. Cystic Fibrosis is chronic hereditary disorder that can be very life-threatening because it affects the… Continue reading Five Feet Apart – Rachael Lippincott | Mikki Daughtry | Tobias Iaconis

Books, Challenge, Technology

Challenge #100DaysOfReading

#100DaysOfReading This challenge is a well known challenge in the series of #100DaysOfX challenges. Many people in the bookcommunity have heard about it, sometimes participated in it, and are hosting also often their own "[numberofdays][reading]" challenges or "[time/theme based][readathon]"s. The #100DaysOfX challenges exists for circa 2,5 years now. And because I am studying Software Engineering… Continue reading Challenge #100DaysOfReading

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Dunkirk to Belsen – John Sadler

The memoirs of several soldiers, the letters of several leading officers, speeches of highly ranked persons and even songs sang while marching; are all described in this extraordinary memoirfull book about World War II. The story is in particular following the Durham Light Infantry. So very detailed! Enjoy reading! Loves from Sophie

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Dutch Thriller Ten Days 2020

A Quarter Book Marathon The 'Hebban Thriller Tiendaagse', here known as the 'Dutch Thriller Ten Days anno 2020', is about to start! Today on Friday 21st of February 2020 this event starts. The event is about spotlight for a couple of days the thrillers written by Dutch authors. So the book does not need to… Continue reading Dutch Thriller Ten Days 2020

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Ski Resort – Linda van Rijn

Cover from Goodreads.com My book review of " Ski Resort" written by Linda van Rijn In my view The story is about the 29-years young woman Nienke Draaijer who wins through Facebook an organised winter sports holiday to Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria. It is located in the southern part of Austria near Villach and the Slovenian… Continue reading Ski Resort – Linda van Rijn

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Black Water – Corine Hartman

My book review of ‘Black Water’ written by Corine Hartman. A young violist with a huge talent but a troubled youth and later on the loss of her child, tries to live her life normally but then an acquaintance is found... Super smart thriller and what a plot!