The Binding – Bridget Collins

How would you wish that your unpleasant memories disappear? If you could bind those memories into a book, would you be willing to? Or would you consider those who have bound their memory into a book a cowards?

The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood

I’ve decided to re-read this book. I know it’s not a new book and every bookworm probably has this one on their shelf. And I know that many people had already given their reviews before me, but I do still have something to say about this particular story.

De Dag van de Doden – Nicci French

Erg triest! Nu moet ik echt afscheid nemen van Frieda Klein, Josef en Alexei Morozov, Malcolm Karlsson, Chloë en Olivia Klein, Yvette Long, Reuben McGill. Vorig jaar was echt mijn Nicci French’s jaar want ik begon al de boeken achter elkaar te lezen. Mijn eerste kennismaking was”Tot het Voorbij Is” en ik vond het een schitterend verhaal. Natuurlijk had ik over Nicci French al eerder gehoord, maar heb pas vorig jaar de gelegenheid gehad om hun boeken te lezen.

Dark Saturday – Nicci French

I’ve read this book last year, but I forgot to give my reviews. Well, as I am a fan of Nicci French, my review will be biased. However, my reviews are there also for my future self, to remind me that I’ve read it and to remember what I’ve read.

The Perfect Life – Nuala Ellwood

This provided book has an easy flow that I could barely take it down. I thought it might be an interesting read, based on the synopsis. But I have to disappoint you: it doesn’t even reach my book recommendation list and here’s why

Hamnet – Maggie O’Farrell

This book has received many excellent reviews, hence I purchased it.

Reading this exactly during the COVID19 pandemic, and there’s a pandemic in this book. As much as I would like to love this book, I must admit that I didn’t have the energy every time I started to continue reading it. Probably not the right time to read it. Maybe I’ll revisit this book in the future