Well ladies and gentlemen, I believe this is the book of books. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez.
I’m going to see Michelle Obama! Unfortunately, I am probably not going to meet her personally (I think). I have tickets for her book presentation at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam next month! I’m so excited!
What would you give a bookworm that is about to emigrate to Australia? A novel where the story (partly) takes place in Australia haha.
If this year every book is a page-turner, then it should be very easy to complete my Book Challenge 2019. The page-turner is The President is Missing from Bill Clinton and James Patterson. Did you just read, Bill Clinton? Hell yes!
The House of the Mosque beautifully describes a family history before, during and after the Iranian revolution (1979).
Yes, they still do exist! New books that blow you away. Circe by Madeline Miller. A book about Greek mythology…..really?
What did I like about living in London? And what does that have to do with Hot Milk by Deborah Levy? London is just as snug as it is a metropolis. At least the neighbourhood where we lived and our street.
Last summer there was a new TV program on Dutch television called Moby Dick. Two well-known Dutch were invited to discuss four books each.
Isabel Allende. A writer that you love or “just not your cup of tea”. I am absolutely crazy about her books. She has written about 20 novels and I have read 12 of them.
I love it when you pick up a book from your bookshelf where you suddenly find things like old notes, the receipt, a postcard or a boarding pass.