The book club
It’s been a while since I’ve posted about our Book Club, but I’ll try to make it up to you by making a double post! First I will tell you about the kick off of our 3rd book club year and then I will share with you a review of the first book we read. Now just take a cup of coffee, a mug of tea or a glass of wine, sit down and enjoy this double post 🙂
For today’s book review, I will tell you a bit more about Benedict Wells’ novel ‘Becks Laatste Zomer’. I couldn’t find the English title, so I guess this book isn’t yet translated, but you could translate the title in ‘Becks’ final summer’.
I still owe you the reviews of two more Book Club reads from 2018. So today you can read my thoughts on ‘Be my knife’ from David Grossman and soon I’ll treat you to a review on ‘Angela’s Ashes’ from Frank McCourt, the last book club read from 2018.
I don’t like autumn or winter very much… I much rather prefer spring and summer. But one of the main reasons I love November is the Antwerp Book Fair! And this time I went twice… double the fun I’d say 😀
We had a little summer break, but our book club is up and running again! This time we read ‘The Solitude of Prime Numbers’ from Paolo Giordano. Let me tell you what we thought!
This summer I read ‘The House by the Lake: a Story of Germany’ by Thomas Harding. This book was different from what I normally read, but I really liked it… Let me tell you why!
Our book club is on a summer break, so I’ve got plenty of time to read other books. I want to share with you a review of one of my summer reads: The Story of Beautiful Girl written by Rachel Simon.
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!
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!