Review „Deity“ (Jennifer L. Armentrout | Werbung

CAUTION: This is the third book of the Covenant-series. If you didn’t read the previous books you might be spoilered. You can find the reviews to Half-Blood and to Pure by clicking on the titles. We’re in this together, Alex, to the end. Deity, p. 332. Oh my god, what a journey. When I started reading this […]

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Review „Pure“ (Jennifer L. Armentrout) | Werbung

CAUTION: This is the second book of the Covenant-series. If you didn’t read the first book you might be spoilered. Click here to read my review of Half-Blood. Fighting was in my blood, not running. This was where I was supposed to be and this definitely wasn’t my first time at the rodeo. I bolted […]

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Review „Half-Blood“ (Jennifer L. Armentrout) | WERBUNG

My eyes snapped open as the freakish sixth sense kicked my fight and flight response into overdrive. Spending a lot of time on my to be read pile I thought a couple of days ago that it was finally time to dive into the Covenant-world. And I’m so, so happy that I finally did. The […]

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Review „Wonder Woman. Warbringer“ (Leigh Bardugo) | Werbung

Diana had made her choice with that first leap from a high cliff, with that first plunge into the sea. I wondered whilst reading whether Diana would ever be allowed to return home, just as much as how the reaction of her war sisters and her mother would be. The last 100-120 pages I realized […]

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Review „Queen of Shadows“ (Sarah J. Maas) | Werbung

Let’s go rattle the stars. Attention: This is the fourth Book of the Throne of Glass – series. You’ll find my reviews to book one, book two and book three by clicking on each volume. Anyone who doesn’t know the previous books, will be spoilered. Starting a series in general is keeping you reading the following books – well, if the series is good, […]

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Review „Heir of Fire“ (Sarah J. Maas) | Werbung

Gods, it was boiling in this useless excuse for a kingdom. Attention: This is the third Book of the Throne of Glass – series. You’ll find my review to book one here and book two here. Anyone who doesn’t know the previous books, will be spoilered. After I’ve read Crown if Midnight I continued immediately with this volume. In […]

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Review „Crown of Midnight“ (Sarah J. Maas) | Werbung

The shutters swinging in the storm winds were the only sign of her entry. No one had noticed her scaling the garden wall of the darkened manor house, and with the thunder and the gusting wind off the nearby sea, no one heard her as she shimmied up the drainpipe, swung onto the windowsill, and […]

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Review „Throne of Glass“ (Sarah J. Maas) ⎜ Werbung

„Nothing is a coincidence. Everything has a purpose. You were meant to come to this castle, just as you were meant to be an assassin, to learn the skills necessary for survival“ Throne of Glass being a bestseller series of the very known and talented Sarah J. Maas, made me very curious about Celaena’s story so […]

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Review „A Court of Mist and Fury“ (Sarah J. Maas)

Attention: This is volume 2 of the series, if you don’t know the contents of the former book, you will be spoilered. You can find my review to volume 1 here. Hello, Feyre darling. For some reason that I couldn’t explain at the beginning, it took me very long to read this second book, though I absolutely adored […]

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Review „The Mortal Instruments 1: City of Bones” (Cassandra Clare)

Keep in mind that when your mother fled from the Shadow World, it wasn’t the monsters she was hiding from. Not the warlocks, the wolf-men, The Fair Folk, not even the demons themselves. It was them. It was the Shadowhunters. I have restarted reading this amazing fantasy – series because I’ve missed this world and […]

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Review „Free Will Odyssey“ (Larry Kilham)

Peter Tesla, a prodigious young inventor, develops an electronic device to enhance the user’s free will. A major application is drug detoxification. Peter’s star client is the U.S. president. Along the way, Peter is tried for the mysterious death of a girlfriend and struggles with the schemes of a secretive industrialist. (Source) Studies showed that […]

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Review „A Court of Thorns and Roses“ (Sarah J. Maas)

Feyre’s survival rests upon her ability to hunt and kill – the forest where she lives is a cold, bleak place in the long winter months. So when she spots a deer in the forest being pursued by a wolf, she cannot resist fighting it for the flesh. But to do so, she must kill […]

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