Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey

Synopsis A classic novel of the 1960s, this powerful story about life in a mental hospital is told by a half-Indian patient called Chief Bromden. The Chief will not talk, and he has deceived the staff into thinking him deaf and dumb; but through his self-imposed protective fog he is an acute observer. To him... Continue Reading →

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May 2016 statistics

It's that time again! Time to review the previous month and show you some 'statistics'. In the month of May, I read a total of 11 books. Finally! This was the first month that I read more than I planned to read (which is set for ten books per month). Perhaps there is hope for the... Continue Reading →

Book fair Enschede

As you probably already know, about three weeks ago I went to a book fair when I was staying with my parents. Now, the time has come to tell you a bit more about this book fair. This book fair* only has second hand books that have been donated to them. During the last full weekend... Continue Reading →

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