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Fredrik Backman


Ever hopeful that I am, I’m making yet another list of books I hope to read this month. Books that have sat on my coffee table, in the lounge, staring up at me not quite pleading, but almost! Yes, I know, how very whimsical of me. But you know what I mean. I’ve had a …

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words! All you have to do is answers the following three questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? Currently Reading Well, actually, I’m not currently reading anything. But I am planning …

Yes, there’s a plan. There’s always a plan. But sometimes, the plan doesn’t always work out, and then? You need a Plan B. Doesn’t everyone have a plan B? And … eh, where was I going with this? Oh, yeah, the books I’m planning on reading in April, since March was such a bust. My …

This week’s topic for Top 5 Tuesday is, as Shanah over at Bionic Book Worm informs us, is romantic reads. Well, as someone who doesn’t read romance novels, though doesn’t mind a novel with romance in it—choosing five novels might prove interest. Not to be deterred, here goes: DEEP DOWN DEAD — by Brit-author, Steph …

I’m really proud of how many books I’ve read this month, and how quickly I’ve managed to shrink my TBR pile as a result. So proud, I decided yesterday was a Book Buying Day! And why not. I still had two Christmas gift cards I hadn’t used, and what better way to use them, of …

Oh dear, given the small number of books I read AND finished this year. I have a very small selection of novels to choose my Top 10 from, especially given half of the books I started to read ended up as DNF. This list could have easily ended up as My Top 5 Books of …

That Trickster Loki, Norrie, has done it again, while squirming under her blankie she’s nominated me to step outside my bookish comfort zone, and reveal another side of me. Another side of my reading rabbits habits. So, how does this work? You have to pick one genre that you frequently read … and then, you …

Shanah over at Bionic Book Worm, has created a Fall Book Tag, which is basically a tag we can all do for the fun of it, especially as it’s just once a year. So here are my entries for the Fall Book Tag. Crisp Fall Air — A book that felt fresh and new: For …

DETAILS Title: A MAN CALLED OVE Author: Fredrik Backman Publisher: Sceptre Books ISBN: 9781444775815 Genre: Contemporary Fiction BACK COVER BLURB A grumpy yet loveable man finds his solitary world turned on its head when a boisterous young family moves in next door. Meet Ove. He’s a curmudgeon, the kind of man who points at people …

After saying I would not buy another book in October, as I still have several yet to read. Especially after buying THE CITY OF BRASS last weekend, as I thought it would take me a while to read it at 530+ pages (it didn’t — my review will be coming next week). What did I …