Books – Best books of 2014!

Books 2014

Here is a list of the 5-star books I read in 2014, in the order I read them:

  • J.R.R. TOLKIEN, The Lord of the Rings (1954-1955)
  • Agatha CHRISTIE, Waarom Evans niet? (1934)
  • Alex KAVA, At the Stroke of Madness (2003)
  • Dan BROWN, Angels & Demons (2000)
  • W. Somerset MAUGHAM, The Painted Veil (1947)
  • Alex KAVA, A Necessary Evil (2006)
  • Muriel BARBERY, Elegant als een egel (2006)
  • L.M. MONTGOMERY, Anne of Green Gables (1908)
  • Alexander McCALLSMITH, The Double Comfort Safari Club (2010)
  • Sue GRAFTON, C is for Corpse (1986)
  • Alex KAVA, Exposed (2008)
  • Abraham VERGHESE, Cutting for Stone (2009)
  • Iain PEARS, The Portrait (2005)
  • Agatha CHRISTIE, Moord is kinderspel (1938)
  • John GREEN, The Fault in our Stars (2012)
  • Haruki MURAKAMI, De kleurloze Tsukuri Tazaki en zijn pelgrimsjaren (2014)
  • Agatha CHRISTIE, Miss Marple met vakantie (1964)
  • Alex KAVA, Black Friday (2009)
  • Carlos Ruis ZAFON, De schaduw van de wind (2001)
  • C.S. LEWIS, The Silver Chair (The Chronicles of Narnia #4) (1953)
  • Stephen KING, 11/22/63 (2011)
  • Carlos Ruis ZAFON – De gevangene van de hemel (2011)
  • Alexander McCALL SMITH, La’s Orchestra Saves the World (2008)

I loved all these books, but The Elegance of the Hedgehog (Elegant als een egel) is my top favourite of the year, although Murakami’s novel is a close second.

Hope you all enjoy reading in 2015 too!

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