Happy New Year 2016
The first book read this month is a signed edition. Was in a shopping mall when I discovered that the American Ambassador to Denmark, Rufus Gifford, was signing the book that has just been published about him - it was on my wishlist so grabbed the chance to get it signed.
Now, looking back on 2015 I am surprised, that I have read 102 books! Surely that number makes me happy, as it means that I have done one of the things I cherish the most throughout the year: reading. Already in April I first surpassed the number of books that I managed to read in 2013 (26 books) and 2014 (23 books) - I am back in my old reading habits.
A few eBooks was read, but my preferred media is the printed book - call me old fashioned but the printed book never runs out of battery. In 2016 some audio books will be added - simply because it will be the easiest when I go for a week long MS treatment at the local hospital.
The Ambassador - The story About an American Dream by Stephanie Surrugue
(Original Title: Ambassadøren - Historien om en amerikansk drøm)
Koushi's Angels by Koushi Radhakrishnan
(Original title: Koushi's Engle)
A Small World* by Åsa Hellberg
(Original title: En liten värld)
Library Book / December Bookfriend Book
Simple Living by Nadia Plesner
The Oddest Little Christmas Cake Shop by Beth Good
Revival by Stephen King
Team Twin* by Peder and Steen Mondrup
(Original title: Team Tvilling)
A Murder in Mohair by Anne Canadeo
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
*Literal title: the book has not been published in English version, so title is not an official title of the book