The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley (Seven Sisters Series #4) | Review

If you have read the post about my favourite book series, you know that I love the Seven Sisters Series by my all time favourite writer Lucinda Riley. And you also know that I have been super excited for The Pearl Sister. Continue reading “The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley (Seven Sisters Series #4) | Review”

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn | Review

Ah, Gone Girl. The thriller everyone was talking about in 2014, when the film was released. Recently I recommended Gone Girl to someone and suddenly I had an urge to read it again. I wasn’t sure how Gone Girl would work knowing the twist already and I was surprised that I actually liked it better than the first time around. Continue reading “Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn | Review”

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games Series #1) | Review

Apart from the Goddess Test Series I am not really one for YA fiction. I am probably to old for it by now anyway. (I am 24, for all of you wondering.) I first read The Hunger Games Series when I was 18 and I really enjoyed it. So I decided it’s time for a re-read.  Continue reading “The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games Series #1) | Review”

Unbearable Lightness by Portia de Rossi | Review

I don’t think there has ever been a book that touched me as much as Unbearable Lightness by Portia de Rossi did. Most people probably know de Rossi as an Australian born actress who played parts in Ally McBeal, Arrested Development and more recently Scandal. Personally, I have only seen Arrested Development, although Ally McBeal has been on my to-watch-list forever. Mostly, I know de Rossi as talk show host Ellen DeGeneres’ wife. That is also where I became aware of Unbearable Lightness and de Rossi’s eating disorder for the first time. Continue reading “Unbearable Lightness by Portia de Rossi | Review”

Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella | Review

Sophie Kinsella’s newest book Surprise Me did just that. It surprised me. (Sorry, for the bad play on words, but I had to.) Whenever I thought I knew what direction the book would take next, it went somewhere else. And I loved it. Continue reading “Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella | Review”