Reading Midwinter Murder was like transporting myself in a winter universe where all kind of mysterious happenings take place. And in this universe you have bits and pieces of the best of Agatha Christie.
A modern whodunnit, a story about friendship and betrayal, transition (or not) to adulthood, "The Truants" is a story I recommend if you're interested in reading murder mysteries and / or stories with a strong literature flavour. For a great experience, try playing truant while reading the book! 🙂
A detective story set in an exotic setting. When a death happens on a cruise on the Nile, Poirot comes to the rescue - the right man at the right place 🙂 Too bad that his holiday time ended so abruptly ...
Ariel Bissett, one of the few people I follow on Youtube, mentioned during this video about "A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor". I was very intrigued by the long name. But is was a sequel, so I had to start with the first book - "An Absolutely Remarkable Thing". I started reading it with no expectations, and … Continue reading An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green (book review) – the dark side of fame and First Contact
After enjoying so much "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt, I could not resist reading one more books written by her. Though I'm not sure how I heard about "The Secret History" - was it from a friend, or maybe from a fellow blogger? - I had a feeling that I have to read this book. … Continue reading The Secret History by Donna Tartt (book review) – a dark adrenaline-rushing story of murder
The " Book of mirrors" was a hyped book when it was published, receiving a lot of media attention worldwide. However, most of my curiosity arose from the fact that the author is Romanian, and it intrigued me that the book was originally written in English. "Let's see what's all this fuss is about!" I … Continue reading The Book of Mirrors by E.O. Chirovici (book review) – to trust or not to trust
This book fell into my hands while wandering through the second-hand section of a bookshop in The Netherlands. I’d heard about Umberto Eco before, so when seeing “The name of the Rose” and its beautiful cover, I could not resist buying it. I started reading it that very afternoon. Image from librarything.com In a nutshell … Continue reading The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco (book review) – murder mystery in the abbey