Tag Archives: David Nicholls

Us II

Classes have been cancelled today due to heavy snow so I opened the curtains wide to watch the swirling flakes and snuggled up with my book. I love the characterization in this book, the dialogues, what’s going on Douglas’s mind; … Okumaya devam et

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Us

I’m now reading Us. It makes me miss England; the dinner party in the cramped kitchen, bicycles in the hallway, Connie’s allotment in Stoke Newington, her vintage clothes… I think it might be time for another visit soon. It’s funny, also … Okumaya devam et

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One Day

I liked One Day. As I laughed out loud reading the book, mum kept asking what it was about, and if it was any good, so I got her a copy of the Turkish translation for her birthday. Yes, the … Okumaya devam et

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A Partisan’s Daughter II

So, A Partisan’s Daughter had a sad ending after all. The reason I had a copy of the book but knew almost nothing about it was that it was a free book given away at the Harvill Centenary last year. … Okumaya devam et

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