From February until May 2020 I tracked my book hauls on my blog (after that it became too awkward to mention me buying 3583993 books each month). From February until May 2021 I will look back on my book hauls from last year and reflect on whether I read the books I bought or not.
How to Find Love in a Bookshop – Veronica Henry
I recently read and annotated this book and I loved the experience of annotating it and doodling in it.
Paris for One and Other Stories – Jojo Moyes
I do really want to read this book very soon, as it sounds like a feel good book!
I Might Regret This – Abbi Jacobson
I thought this book was okay. I didn’t particularly like this book, but I also didn’t particularly dislike this book.
Educated – Tara Westover
I always kept putting this book aside, so I decided to unhaul it. I don’t think I would’ve read it very soon.
Generaal Zonder Leger – Özcan Akyol
This was a Dutch book that was sold for the occasion of the Book Week in Belgium. I thought this essay book contained a lot of interesting information.
Leon & Juliette – Annejet Van Der Zijl
This book was also published for the Book Week in Belgium. The story deals with colonialism and the effects of it. I thought it was really interesting and confronting.
Je bent jong en je rouwt wat – Lisanne Van Sadelhoff
The subject of this book is grief. Freely translated, the title is You’re young and you’re grieving. I really loved this book. It made me very emotional.
I read approximately 71% of the books I bought in March 2020. I love that the ratio is still this high! I didn’t expect that.