Read 2017

I read in two languages, mostly Dutch. I will put down the original title. D = Read in Dutch E = Read in English De woede van Abraham - Conny Braam (D) The Ages of Miracles - Karen Thompson Walker (D) Revival - Stephen King (D) The World According to Garp - John Irving (D) … Continue reading Read 2017

About books like LotR and …

As you know I am doing Goodreads challenge. One of the categories is a book that is mention in another book. Well, that shouldn't be a problem... I eventually always will encounter a title that is mentioned in a book that I am reading. Yeah... great, it did happen and it was 'Lord of the … Continue reading About books like LotR and …

Which books to I take with me?

I am so looking forward to my holiday and it is not until early June. The first thing I always think of is, how many books will I take with me? Which books shall I put aside for the holiday? Not what kind of clothes and all those other stuff, but books. The reason is, … Continue reading Which books to I take with me?

About few books I have read

I recently finished five stories of Agatha Christie about Tommy and Tuppence. In 2015 there was a serie on BBC, Partners in Crime. It was my first encounter with those characters. I have enjoyed that show very much. I rather read first before I watch. But in this case I had no time to read … Continue reading About few books I have read

Reading the world

Couple years ago a friend of mine (my friend isn't helpful because she knows I like challenges) pointed out about a blog of a woman that read books of the world in one year, wow! That is quite big challenge, reading books of the world. I honestly will not be able to read it in … Continue reading Reading the world

Hebban Reading Challenge

I take part of a Dutch reading challenge, called Hebban reading challenge. Hebban reading challenge add something extra that Goodreads don't have, categories challenge (found out recently they do have that challenge too). To make the challenge extra fun they set up 50 categories and 7 jokers. I definitely enjoy it, because I started to … Continue reading Hebban Reading Challenge