Favourite book series

I do love a good book series, I always have. Returning to favourite characters or worlds is something truly magical. So without further ado, here are my five favourite book series.
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The Light Behind The Window by Lucinda Riley

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”

lit.Love in Munich (with Lucinda Riley)

I guess by now everyone who visits Eyes of Owls knows, that I love books. And that I am a huge Lucinda Riley fan. On Saturday the 11th of November, both of my loves united to become one of the best days of my life so far. I attended my first ever literature festival. The lit.Love in Munich. Continue reading “lit.Love in Munich (with Lucinda Riley)”

The Love Letter by Lucinda Riley

Another Lucinda Riley book and this time it did not disappoint. Der verbotene Liebesbrief was published in Germany and Austria on September 18th. The English version will be published on July 26th 2018 according to Lucinda Riley on her Facebook page where she answered this in a comment. So unfortunately English speaking fans have to wait a bit more. The wait will be worth it though, because The Love Letter is a thrilling mix between romance and spy novel and offers an exciting mystery and lovable characters. Continue reading “The Love Letter by Lucinda Riley”

The Italian Girl by Lucinda Riley

Remember when I told you in my review for Helena’s Secret that I had never read a bad book written by Lucinda Riley but still had two more to read until I have read her entire bibliography? Well, I have found one I didn’t like. Continue reading “The Italian Girl by Lucinda Riley”