When truth is stranger than fiction: The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco (book review)

Hello, dear readers, and welcome to a new book review on Readers' High Tea! This post is about "The Prague Cemetery" by Umberto Eco, a book recommended to me by a close friend. This was my second read by Umberto Eco, as I previously read "The Name of the Rose" and I enjoyed it a … Continue reading When truth is stranger than fiction: The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco (book review)

When travelling meets literature: Books that take place in another country (Top Ten Tuesday)

When two of your hobbies meet in the same blog post ... there's a lot of enthusiasm involved for sure! At the intersection of bookish blogging and travelling, I found today's Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Take Place In Another Country (I guess another country than the one I live in). Top Ten Tuesday was created by The … Continue reading When travelling meets literature: Books that take place in another country (Top Ten Tuesday)

Murder mystery in the abbey: The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco (book review)

This book fell into my hands while wandering through the second-hand section of a bookshop in The Nethelands. I’d heard about Umberto Eco before, so when seeing “The name of the Rose” and its beautiful cover, I could not resist buying it. I started reading it that very afternoon. Image from librarything.com In a nutshell … Continue reading Murder mystery in the abbey: The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco (book review)