Let’s read – 2017

January 2017: New Year, new chances, new books to be read.

Let’s do this, once again, read and read and keep track of what I’ve read.

Here we go, let’s see how many books I can read ( and enjoy) in 2017:

  1. City of Thorns/Vluchtelingenstad – Ben Rawlence 2016
  2. Wachtkamer Havenstraat – Tanja te Beek, 2016
  3. The Fault in our Stars – John Green, 2012
  4. Everything, Everything – Nicola Yoon, 2015
  5. Zeven Soorten Honger – Renate Dorrestein, 2016
  6. The Map of Love – Ahdaf Soueif, 2000
  7. Levels of Live – Julian Barnes, 2013
  8. Exit West – Mohsin Hamid, 2017
  9. Makkelijk Leven – Herman Koch, 2017
  10. Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Caroll, Dutch Edition 2014
  11. Het Paulus Labyrint – Jeroen Windmeijer, 2017
  12. Holding up the Universe – Jennifer Niven, 2016
  13. How to be Good – Nick Hornby, 2014
  14. Thuis bij de vijand, Moslims en Joden in Nederland – Natascha van Weezel, 2017
  15. The One Memory of Flora Banks – Emily Barr, 2016
  16. See you in the Cosmos – Jack Cheng, 2017
  17. Lyrebird – Cecelia Ahern, 2017
  18. The Atomic weight of Love – Elizabeth J. Church, 2017
  19. Heroes of the Frontier – Dave Eggers, 2016
  20. Surprised by Joy – C.S. Lewis, 1955
  21. Small great things – Jody Picoult, 2017