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Another Look. A Bunch of Stuff to See Things Differently Vol. 2 (Un autre regard. Trucs en vrac pour voir les choses autrement t. 2)

COMIC | SERIES THE 2nd COMIC BOOK FROM THE BLOGGER EMMACLIT, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND There’s always a moment during a conversation between women when one refers to Emma’s comic strip along the lines of, “That’s exactly what happened to me.” After the runaway bestselling success of Another Look vol. 1, a booksellers’ favourite, amateur comedienne, […]

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Only Women Live Forever (Seules les femmes sont éternelles)

HISTORICAL CRIME NOVEL  A brilliant historical novel telling the story of Loulou Chandeleur, a private detective who disguises himself as a woman to avoid fighting in the war of 1914. An authentic insight into the difficult atmosphere of war and denunciation. The war of 1914 is just starting. To escape the draft, police inspector Ray Février decides […]

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Merci Paris!

LITERARY FICTION | SHORT STORIES | TRAVEL From Apollinaire to Léon-Paul Fargue, Georges Pérec and Patrick Modiano, the city of lights has been celebrated on countless occasions by poets over the centuries. Twenty contemporary writers have now taken up their pens to declare their love of the neighbourhood in which they live. Inspiring, pulsating and […]

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In Paris (À Paris)

Jeanne Damas is the epitome of It Girl—GQ Magazine LIFESTYLE | FASHION | GIFT BOOK Witty, elegant, and modern, In Paris is a must-have for anyone who loves fashion, Paris, and the ever-chic Parisiennes. With its hardcover and its luxurious paper, it’s also the perfect coffee table book to gift or keep for yourself. It […]

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Broken Smiles (Sorrisos Quebrados)

WOMEN’S FICTION Broken Smiles is the story of three people deeply traumatized in life: Paola, André, and Andre’s little daughter, Sol. Meeting at a clinic for emotionally traumatised patients, the three characters, who were victims of different kinds of violence that left them with deep scars, start solving their problems through truth and love. But much […]

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Nice & Simple. Buy 1x 5x Cooking (Lekker & Simpel. 1x kopen 5x koken: 200 recepten)

COOKBOOK “There are really tasty and easy recipes that can be made just after a busy working day. Highly recommended.” — A. van der Kraats (bol.com) “The first cookbook that I actually use! I’ll open it every week before we start shopping. ” — Veerle (bol.com) “A cookbook full of delicious recipes that can be put on your table […]

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Nice & Simple. 200 main courses (Lekker & simpel: 200 hoofdgerechten)

COOKBOOK For anyone who needs help answering the question, “what do we eat today?” is there now the cookbook of Sofia and Jorrit Lekker & Simpel. No difficult dishes for hours in the kitchen but tasty and simple recipes that anyone can make. A cookbook with 200 recipes for a delicious, simple and fast supper. Recipes that are […]

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Their Dreams Are Blameless (Sono puri i loro sogni)

MEMOIR | NARRATIVE NON-FICTION When did we stop trusting the teachers and start living the lives of our children? Sometimes being a parent means taking a step backwards. Matteo Bussola has three daughters. He takes them to school, checks their homework, talks to other parents, and takes part in the class’s WhatsApp chat. To sum […]

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The Grey Panthers (Les panthères grises)

FICTION Patrick Eudeline enjoys playing the old killjoy and multiplying the comparisons between the aspirations of the present youth and what animated his generation, now sexagenarian. He does it with an often sharp pen, like a guitar riff, sometimes as tender as a bubble gum song. Since Ce siècle aura ta peau  (1997), the author has imposed an original […]

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Then There Were Three (Se prima eravamo in due)

MEMOIR Do you remember when we were kids and used to play two against one? Useless chasing around which always resulted in the two that paired up together winning outright. Two against one isn’t fair. And if it’s a mother and a newborn baby that form the pair, leaving the dad out there on his […]

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