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The Book Club: The diary of a young girl – Anne Frank

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A couple of weeks ago, we had our 4th book club meeting from this year. We discussed ‘The diary of a young girl’, the true story of the hidden life of Anne Frank… Read on to read my thoughts on this book!

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Book review: The Last Days of Rabbit Hays – Anna McPartlin

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In between my book club reads, I try to read other books. And since I had bought 8 books during the Antwerp Book Fair last November, I’ve got plenty of choice!

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The Book Club: The only girl in the world: a memoir – Maude Julien

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Today I will treat you all to a post about our latest book club gathering which was last Sunday! We read ‘The only girl in the world: a memoir’ by Maude Julien, a true story… let me tell you more about it!

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The Book Club: The Night Circus – Erin Morgenstern

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The second book we’ve read with our book club this year is ‘The Night Circus’ by Erin Morgenstern. Today I will tell you more about this book and what my thoughts are!

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The Book Club: Het Smelt – Lize Spit

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Last Sunday we had the first gathering of the second year of our bookclub. We discussed ‘Het Smelt’ by Flemish author Lize Spit. Below you can read my thoughts and the questions we discussed in the bookclub… no spoilers 🙂

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The book club: Kick off year 2

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We’re in the second year from our book club and some time ago we decided which books we will be reading the coming year. Read on to find out!

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The Book Club: All the light we cannot see – Anthony Doerr

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A couple of weeks ago we had the final book club gathering of our first year. We discussed ‘All the light we cannot see’ written by Anthony Doerr.

This book was my choice so I was eager to find out what my book club buddies thought about it… read on to find out!

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