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Mirna Funk on her book Winternähe

“Every human being is made through his own story: a personal story, a family story or even a story of a country.”
Mirna Funk, 35, writer, journalist, Berlin (DE), Tel Aviv (IL).

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Karen Köhler on her book Wir haben Raketen geangelt

“I really put all the love and all the effort in it that I could at that time.”
Karin Köhler, 42, writer, Hamburg (DE).

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Samuel Bjørk on his book The Owl

“The reason why I love this book is simple to explain: I have created characters that I really love, they are like family to me.”
Samuel Bjørk, 46, writer, Norway.

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Annegien van Doorn on her book In passing

“Why I loved making this book is because it shows a different perception of our everyday life.”
Annegien van Doorn, 33, photographer, Amsterdam.

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Owen Sheers over zijn boek Ik zag een man

“I think that in the process of writing a novel, you tend to fall in and out of love with your work a lot.”
Owen Sheers, 41, schrijver, dichter, Talgarth (Wales).

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Alexandra Heminsley on The Miniaturist – Jessie Burton

“The book that I love more than any other in the last year, maybe in the last five or ten years, is The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton.”
Alexandra Heminsley, 38, author, Hove, UK.

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John Boyne over Ancient light - John Banville

John Boyne on Ancient light – John Banville

“The great thing about A John Banville novel is that every sentence in it is always filled with original ideas, interesting images and not a word in there will ever be out of place.”

John Boyne, 44, writer, Dublin.

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Alexandra Heminsley on her book Running like a girl

“You’ve got a running book here about what you will see, about how much more you get out of life by getting up and going out.”
Alexandra Heminsley, 38, author, Hove, UK.

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Ann-Marie MacDonald on her book Adult Onset

“Answering the question why I love this book is, when it’s with reference to a book I’ve written, is extremely hard.”
Ann-Marie MacDonald, 56, writer, Toronto.

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DBC Pierre on his book Breakfast with the Borgias

“Why I love this book: it says something that I really, really want to say.”
DBC Pierre, 53, writer, London.

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