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Citylights – Margreet Maljers

My book review of "Citylights" [EN] / "Licht over de stad" [NL] written by Margreet Maljers In my view... Where the first book in the series 'The Guide - Margreet Maljers' left, this sequel starts. It is 1943 and The Netherlands are at war with Germany. In the middle of WWII the story starts. Elja… Continue reading Citylights – Margreet Maljers

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Worth The Wait – Karen Witemeyer

My book review of "Worth the Wait" written by Karen Witemeyer In my view... This book is about a woman who lives with her son in a women's village. Because of her past and because she met an important person she decided to live here, in Harper's Station. This woman who is named Victoria Adams… Continue reading Worth The Wait – Karen Witemeyer

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child | Part One and Part Two – J.K. Rowling | John Tiffany | Jack Thorne

My book review of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child | Part One and Part Two" written by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne In my view... This story is about the life of Harry Potter and his friends, 19 years after he has defeated Voldemort and escaped death. This part starts where the… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child | Part One and Part Two – J.K. Rowling | John Tiffany | Jack Thorne

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Advent – Gunnar Gunnarsson

My book review of "Advent" written by Gunnar Gunnarsson In my view... and the main characters The story is about a good shepherd who, every year in the few autumn weeks and winter days before Christmas, goes up on the mountains. This shepherd named Benedikt does not travel alone. Together with his dog Leo and… Continue reading Advent – Gunnar Gunnarsson

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Atlas Maior – Belgica Foederata

Today I have visited a small exhibition in the National Library of The Netherlands. Wonderful books are exhibited there, accompanied with information. Nice little lessons about books in The Netherlands. The 'Atlas Maior' is the largest atlas ever made. In Dutch more than 9 volumes, Latin 11 volumes, French 12 volumes, German 10 volumes and Spanish… Continue reading Atlas Maior – Belgica Foederata

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Bookcatalog of 2017 | The first quarter

Whoohoo today I have received this awesome catalog full of books that will be published in the first quarter of 2017. I was wondering...how do other bookblogger or bookfanatics keep up with what will be published in the upcoming month? Let me know in a comment https://www.instagram.com/p/BNZ89kYA0G9/?taken-by=sophie.vda.blog A big thanks to Hebban and publisher Van… Continue reading Bookcatalog of 2017 | The first quarter

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Reading beside books

Everyone who loves to read a book now and then, or often, will recognize this. The time you can spend on reading books. The time you spend on reading other - necessary or required - readings. How much time do you spend on reading other things than books? The past couple of decades and the… Continue reading Reading beside books

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Maigret | Un crime en Hollande – Georges Simenon

My book review of "Maigret | Un crime en Hollande" written by Georges Simenon In my view... This is one of the first novels written by Georges Simenon in his detective Maigret series. A crime has taken place in Holland, in the upper north in the little village named Delfzijl. This is near Groningen in… Continue reading Maigret | Un crime en Hollande – Georges Simenon

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Barista! | Solace – Elsbeth Witt

My book review of "Solace" written by Elsbeth Witt In my view... The trilogy is based on three young women who are baristas at a coffee bar named Barista!. In the first book was the main character Laura. That review can be found here --> Barista! | Café au Lait . In the second and previous volume the… Continue reading Barista! | Solace – Elsbeth Witt

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The grave in the forest – Simone van der Vlugt

My book review of "The grave in the forest" written by Simone van der Vlugt In my view... This little novel is about a woman who discovers a secret about her husband. The book is a literature novel but in my opinion, and definitely towards the end, it becomes more a little thriller. It is… Continue reading The grave in the forest – Simone van der Vlugt