What Did I Read During My Vacation 2018?

What Did I Read During My Vacation 2018?

Morning all,

Before I start telling you what I read, I first want to say that I hope everyone enjoyed my blogs content during my vacation, I had quite a few posts planned, but in the end also made enough posts. Yes, I did relax, but I just couldn’t resist making more content for my readers!

Time to tell you all about my vacation books! Eep!

So this year it was back to camping again, so I brought a big box with me filled with books (and magazines)! But, I had other plans as well. With the whole system the libraries have here, I could get a subscription (for free) at the library in the village close to my campsite. It had a pretty nice subscription, I could pick up 25 books each time (not that I did that, but eh, it is possible). Plus, I could also borrow books from other libraries that were on the same system (so all of the libraries in the province for this one). I loved it! I will definitely go back next year.

I had a lot of fun reading the books I brought and my library books. I am glad I saved up my books, even though it wasn’t always easy. Some I brought weren’t read because I strongly wanted to review them, so they had to wait until I got home. Reviewing on a campsite isn’t easy + I did want a bit of vacation from my blog. 😉

Checking now, I guess that most of the books I read were from the library. 31 books from the list below are from my library!

Here are the stats: rolls a drum I was on vacation for 22 days, and in those 22 days I read 43 books. Which means I read 1.95 books a day. My total page count was: 7315 pages, which means an average of 170 pages per book. \o/

On the pictures, if the book has a heart, it means I read it. If it has an X it means I read it and didn’t like it. If it is empty it means I skipped those (for review reasons).

Read during my vacation, not on pictures.
Gezelligheid 3.0 by Dirk van de Wiel
Hoe ik een detective werd by Ulf Stark
Mijn grote vraag en antwoordboek: Paarden by Emilie Gillet
Ype + Willem 2 by Ype Driessen
Ype + Willem 3 by Ype Driessen
Ype 10 by Ype Driessen
Vijftien en een half by Andrea Kruis
Ani no Yome to Kurashite Imasu, Vol.1 by くずしろ
Toshishita no Otokonoko, Vol.1 by Chihiro Hiro
Krijg nou tieten by Claudia de Breij
Runrun: A Sukeban Story by Johan Neefjes
Wilde Haren by Elsje Bakker
Als je dit leest ben ik er nog by Jette Vonk
Mijn achterlijke kat Lola by Sylvia Witteman
Cedric 15 by Raoul Cauvin, Laudec
Cedric 14 by Raoul Cauvin, Laudec
Miauw 1 by Frederic Brremaud
Miauw 3 by Frederic Brremaud
Miauw 4 by Frederic Brremaud
Kijk naar mij by Joany Buenen
The Outside by Laura Bickle
Het Puberdier by Jan Weiler
Dog Man by Dav Pilkey
Jan, Jans en de kinderen 57 by Jan Kruis
Barbaraal tot op het bot by Frederic Brremaud
Horace and Harriet: Take on the Town by Clare Elsom
Dad 2 by Nob
De rechter 15 by Jesse van Muylwijck
Scherven brengen geluk by Jill Mansell
Wegwezen by Marjon Hoffman
Rozengeur en zonneschijn by Jill Mansell
De rechter 15 by Jesse van Muylwijck
Huisje, boompje, feestje by Jill Mansell
Ik zie je oop het strand by Jill Mansell
Ali-A Game On by Ali-A

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