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Tuesday | Interesting Ten – Books to Films 2019

This Tuesday the 'Interesting Ten' list of books that are adapted to films anno 2019.If you have read one of those books, maybe you want to compare it to the film that will be in theatres this year. Or if you are a big fan of an actor or actress that is starring in the film. Or maybe a fan of the director or the producer... and ten more reasons why you are probably in a way interested in one of these films.

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Life of an IT student | Media and Entertainment Management Books I

In my series of Life as an IT student I write monthly about my experience as a student in IT, studying 'Informatica' at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. This is not my first nor the only study I studied. Before I started with this study in IT, I have studied for three years 'Media… Continue reading Life of an IT student | Media and Entertainment Management Books I

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Politieserie | Violence in Middelwatering – Ben de Raaf

My book review of "Violence in Middelwatering" written by Ben de Raaf In my view... This is already the 18th sequel of the Politieseries about police officer Roel Westland. I do not know the neighbourhood of Middelwatering in the Rotterdam area, so I was wondering: where would the story be about? This is a story… Continue reading Politieserie | Violence in Middelwatering – Ben de Raaf

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Books to films in 2018

The book becomes a film anno 2018 The new year is already for two months on its way, so it is time for a new list of books that are / will be filmed to become films in 2018! This post is a listed overview of which books will be seen as film in theatres… Continue reading Books to films in 2018

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Year 2017 in Book Statistics

The year 2018 is already for a month on it's way and this is my book statistics overview of 2017. Not as many pages and books as in the previous two years but that's because I'm in the middle of my study programme and achieved a Propedeuse in Software Engineering. I think I have even… Continue reading Year 2017 in Book Statistics

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Do not ask Why – Simone van der Vlugt

My book review of "Do not ask Why" [EN]  / "Vraag niet waarom" [NL] written by Simone van der Vlugt In my view... This book is a sequel and the last one - but can also be read as a standalone - of the Loïs Elzenga trilogy. Loïs is a police officer in Alkmaar and… Continue reading Do not ask Why – Simone van der Vlugt

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The Crimson Spell – Cameron Dokey and F. Goldsborough

My book review of "The Crimson Spell" written by Cameron Dokey and F. Goldsborough In my view... The book is a nice sequel in the original Charmed series created by Constance M. Burge. The book can be read as a standalone because it repeats a bit about the previous two novels. The series is about… Continue reading The Crimson Spell – Cameron Dokey and F. Goldsborough

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Ginevra | An Italian Love Story – Simone van der Vlugt

My book review of "Ginevra | An Italian Love Story" written by Simone van der Vlugt In my view... The story of this book is an Italian legend. This book is shaped by a fictional story written around a real existed person named Ginevra degli Almieri. She was a young adult living in Florence ca.… Continue reading Ginevra | An Italian Love Story – Simone van der Vlugt

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A Deadly Run-Off – Max Rippe

My book review of "A deadly run-off" written by Max Rippe In my view... This book is a sequel in the series of detective Maik Hof. This book can be read as a sequel and as a standalone. Maik Hof is a detective living in Delft and he is just settled into his new home… Continue reading A Deadly Run-Off – Max Rippe