Charley’s Web is the second book I have ever read by Joy Fielding. So far, it has also been the last. I don’t even know why as I have enjoyed both Charley’s Web and Still Life. Charley’s Web follows Charley Webb, a columnist for a newspaper in Florida. The name of the book is a wordplay on the children’s book Charlotte’s Web and obviously also works with Charley’s last name. Continue reading Charley’s Web by Joy Fielding | Review
The brilliant Sophie Kinsella joins me at lit.Love in Munich for a chat about books and travel. Sophie talks about her time in Vienna, how she gets her inspiration for characters and if she would ever go back to one of her stand-alones. I hope you enjoy this chat as much as I did.
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
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
About five years ago I read The Light Behind The Window (The Lavender Garden) for the first time. The minute I saw the cover in a magazine of an Austrian retail chain that sells books, stationary and electronics, I fell in love with it. So, of course, I had to buy it. It was the first time I had heard of Lucinda Riley and I immediately fell in love with her writing. I wasn’t even half way through the book when I had to buy Das Orchideen Haus (Hothouse Flower/The Orchid House) as well. Thus began my love for Lucinda Riley. Continue reading The Light Behind The Window by Lucinda Riley | Review