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Van geluk gesproken by Marijke Höweler
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Van geluk gesproken

by Marijke Höweler

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Well-written, funny book. Contains a lot of irony and the style is typical for Höweler. ( )
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Wouter Kalk lag nog maar nauwelijks in de wieg of zijn ouders gingen met zijn karakter aan de slag.
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