Currently reading this one. I love this kind of non- fiction. This one is easy to read and this far very interesting. Has anyone else read this, or do you have any recommendations for non-fiction?
1. The above. Read number one in the series about 8 years ago. Had this one for the same amount of years. Have started before, but didn't finish then. I do love books about books.
2. 'Go away, far away. This city is damned. Damned.'
3. English tea with milk, mostly. Babytea, we call it here. But it's nice and warm. Especially after working in the garden all afternoon.
1. The secret diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 years old. It was so funny.
2. Tinus or Tien
3. I dive right in. But I love a good salad.
4. Tomorrow: studying + go to a second hand store to look for clothes + adopt a houseplant. Sunday: Europe's biggest bookfestival in Deventer, the Netherlands.
5. Es ist Freitag (German), c'est vendredi (French), It is freed (Frisian), Het is vrijdag (dutch), It's friday (English). #friyayintro
Translation of The silent girl by Tess Gerritsen.
This book was a bit difficult to get into. I used to read her books in one fell swoop. Alas no more.
There were still parts were the going was a bit easier. Not like it used to be, but still.
The story was okay/fun. Rizzoli irritates me a little bit. She runs her mouth, is bossy and judgey. And hello, the first book where the killer stays polite, even during the grand finale.
1. Oh yes, absolutely! There are books everywhere. Some books I have since 2006 and are still unread.
2. When it's conceivable that I might not finish all the books I have right now before I die and that I feel guilty when I buy/get new books.
In English translated as My brilliant friend. It's about a friendship between two girls in Naples in the 50's. Along with that come all the trials and tribulations in this time in Italy, Naples, this community and within these families. Also all the emotions and weird intricacies in the relationship between the girls. Book one of 4, also called the Neopolitan romans.