This is what I brought home:
- A possible life by Sebastian Faulks. I really enjoyed two other books by him, so I hope I will like this one as well.
- Norwegian wood by Haruki Murakami. I haven't read anything by this Japanese author yet, but I read a lot about his books, so I am curious to see how I will like it. Love it or hate it, I think are the two options. (in Dutch translation)
- Staal (steal) by Silvia Avallone, an Italian novel (in Dutch translation) about two girls who are friends and the things that happen in that friendship.
- Luther, the calling by Neil Cross, I am a huge fan of the series Luther and now I found this book. I read it in one day and it was very, very good!
- Goodbye to all that by Robert Graves (in Dutch translation). There will be many books about WWI coming out and I will read many of them, and this one seemed like a very interesting one.
- Reizen zonder John (Travels without John) by Dutch author Geert Mak. He folowed in the footsteps of American author John Steinbeck who travelled around America with his dog. Geert Mak travelled around America and comments on what he saw. Geert Mak wrote many historical non-fiction books and he is a very good writer. I am looking forward to reading this one.