September Book Wrap-Up 2018

I can’t believe that I actually managed to write a full review for every single book I have read/heard this year. This has to be a new record of mine. Therefore, I have “only” read 4 books (no bookshaming here). And since I won’t write much about those, since I obviously did write a lot about them already, there will be a short book haul section included in this post this time!


[DE/ENG] Review: Lory-X by V.T. Melbow

This review is readable in German and English. Please scroll down below for the German version. Diese Rezension kann man in Deutsch und Englisch lesen. Bitte scrolle für die deutsche Version nach unten. Here is another eBook that first caught my eye because of the cover, but held me captive with the story. Me, being…… Continue reading [DE/ENG] Review: Lory-X by V.T. Melbow


Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

Title: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer Author: Michelle Hodkin Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal Type: eBook Pages: 456 Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Published in: September 27th, 2011 Buy on Amazon* Shelf it on Goodreads Plot When Mara Dyer tries out the Ouija board with her friends Rachel and Claire, only to find…… Continue reading Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin


[GER/ENG] The Outsider by Stephen King

When 11-year-old Frank Peterson is found raped and murdered in the city park of Flint City, Oklahoma, Detective Ralph Anderson is sure that the murderer is no one else than Terry Maitland, English teacher and the baseball coach of the Youth team. At the crime scene, DNA and fingerprints are found, as well as witnesses who are sure that they have seen Terry being covered in blood and behaving weirdly in the evening the murder has happened.


Audiobook Review: VOX by Christina Dalcher

Jean McClellan is a former researcher studying aphasia, the loss of language, and isn’t allowed to speak more than 100 words a day. Not one single woman in the United States is allowed to do so and a word counting bracelet makes sure to not speak more than that. In the close future of the United States, women got deprived of all their rights, they aren’t allowed to work or think for themselves anymore.


[GER/ENG] Book Review: Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness (A Discovery of Witches #2)

Diana and Matthew flee to the 16th century to not only find the mysterious Ashmole 782 manuscript but also need a witch for Diana to teach her witchcraft. They travel from England to France to the Czech Republic and back to England to find everything they have hoped to find and much more.