An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena | Review

Every once in a while I read a book that I cannot put down. Not even when I’m incredible tired. An Unwanted Guest is one of those books. Last year I read Shari Lapena’s thrilling debut, The Couple Next Door, and fell completely in love with Lapena’s writing. I loved the ending of The Couple Next Door especially, so I was curious what An Unwanted Guest had in store. Continue reading “An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena | Review”

Wintervanille von Manuela Inusa (Kalifornische Träume #1) | Rezension

Manuela Inusa nimmt uns mit in das schöne, winterliche Südkalifornien und löste in mir unglaubliches Fernweh aus. Ein wunderschönes Buch, das mir von der ersten bis zur letzten Seite ein Lächeln auf die Lippen gezaubert hat. Wärmstens zu empfehlen mit Keksen an seiner Seite. Die Kekse, die CeCe im Buch backt und deren Rezept Inusa in ihrem Buch teilt habe ich noch nicht ausprobiert – mit der Betonung auf noch -, aber jede Art von Keks passt gut zu diesem Buch. Continue reading “Wintervanille von Manuela Inusa (Kalifornische Träume #1) | Rezension”

After me comes the flood by Sarah Perry | Review

I first heard about Sarah Perry, because of her bestseller, The Essex Serpent, and the rave reviews it got in my Twitter-feed. So obviously, it became part of my to-be-bought-list (yes, I have one of those and it tallies at over 200 books at the moment, with more and more getting added almost every day – I might have a problem). Continue reading “After me comes the flood by Sarah Perry | Review”

A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult* | Review

Jodi Picoult never shied away from controversial topics and her latest book is no exception. A Spark of Light could not have come out at a better time. Mass shootings are in the news constantly and abortion rights are talked about all the time as well.  Continue reading “A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult* | Review”

What We Owe by Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde* | Review

Some books surprise you more than you ever thought they would. For me, What We Owe by Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde was one of those books. I was really excited about reading it, as the blurb sounded really interesting. After I started reading, however, I got confused and a little irritated, I wasn’t so sure the book I was reading was the same book the blurb described. Continue reading “What We Owe by Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde* | Review”