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Er kon niets verkeerd gaan by Bob den Uyl
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Er kon niets verkeerd gaan (2005)

by Bob den Uyl

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Heerlijk boek; leuke formuleringen; schiet regelmatig in de lach. wil hier zeker meer van lezen.
Ik was eigenlijk een ander boek aan het lezen voor de leesclub maar dat kwam bijna in de knel doordat ik steeds naar dit boek greep en het niet kon wegleggen.
Een 5 voor leesgemak en een 3 voor diepgang, stijlfiguren e.d. ( )
  leesclubhaarenjb | May 22, 2009 |
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