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The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
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Jul 13, 15

bookshelves: novel, fiction, psychology, philosophical, 2000-s, english, read-in-2012, e-books, kindle
Recommended to Nadyne by: De Tijd
Read from November 19 to 21, 2012 — I own a copy

This is really an intriguing book, I thought. One that I definitely have to re-read. I can't say I liked Tony Webster very much, but I found he could really "tell" a story. It was as if he was sitting next to me on the couch telling me his thoughts. I loved that.
And "his thoughts" really give you so much to think about. Are we really what and how we think we are? Is our past as we remember it, the same as our past as it was?

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Hannie Mooi te weten dat het boek jou ook bevallen is!

Nadyne Oh, Hannie, ik dacht echt dat ik jou een berichtje gestuurd had over dit boek. Ik wist immers dat jij het ook gelezen had. Ik vond dit echt een boekje om snel opnieuw te lezen.

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