My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella | Review

I always enjoy reading a book by Sophie Kinsella. Her writing style is great, she writes unbelievably funny, yet always manages to make you care about her characters and their stories. My Not So Perfect Life is no difference. Continue reading “My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella | Review”

The Love Letter by Lucinda Riley | Review

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 | Review”

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah is a South African comedian who I came to know as the host of The Daily Show in the US. On the show, he is incredibly funny. In 2016 he published his autobiography Born a Crime as he was born the son of a black woman and a white man during the apartheid period in South Africa. In Born a Crime he describes his upbringing during apartheid, the time after it ended and his violent childhood.  Continue reading “Born a Crime by Trevor Noah”

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher | Review

Before the summer started the entire internet and media was in a frenzy about a new Netflix series called 13 Reasons Why, where a girl leaves 13 tapes behind after committing suicide. The tapes are her reasoning why she decided to kill herself. Intrigued by the hype, I decided to watch the show myself. And I really, really liked it. It was well written and beautifully acted. So I decided to give the book, written by Jay Asher a chance. Continue reading “Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher | Review”

The Italian Girl by Lucinda Riley | Review

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 | Review”