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The Queen of Attolia
Megan Whalen Turner
Die Ketzerbraut
Iny Lorentz
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The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared - Jonas Jonasson

When I first read the synopsis for this book, I was not quite convinced of the premise, but after I finished this,I have to say that I was wrong.

This book was written with so much humor and heart, I love iit and will recommend it to everyone. My favourite bits of the story was Allan's life story and how he travelled through world history without worries.

Love Unscripted - Tina Reber I enjoyed everything but how the proposal was managed.
The Unidentified Redhead  - Alice Clayton Wow, from the first five sentences onwards I knew this is my kind of book.It has pretty much everything I enjoy in a start-and-don't-put-away-till-you-are-on-the-last-page book:1. Likable and threedimensional characters, not only the main characters, even (I say even because I read far too many books where even the main characters were cheap cardboard cutouts) the supporting characters had so much texture that I got a feeling who they were as characters. Grace was so fantastic, she felt very relatable. I adore her self-confidence and humor, but it was the little insecurities and the way she handled her life that made me love her. There is one time she says "Once a fat girl, always a fat girl in your head." Gah, I love her.Jack, oh Jack. You are one fine mancandy. I am not objectifying Jack, he is just candy in-and-outside. He is cheeky, snarky, sweet and did I say candy? Seriously Miss Clayton, if Peter is your Jack, you are one lucky lady ;)2. BANTER, oh the banter, I love me some banter. I cackeled, I laughed, I was amused. It was like watching a fast-paced tennis match, their flirtations and innuendos...oh, I enjoyed them too much. Why are those That's what she said-jokes so hilarious to me!!!?Generally I enjoyed the fast-paced conversations between all the characters, it made me read the book with a grin on my face the whole time.3. Lots of HOT sex times. You will need some water next to you.I give this book 5 stars, I came in with low expectations and was blown away by the awesomeness. I was kind of nervous to read on when I reached the Michael-part, because oh damn. I don't enjoy those stories where you have the heroine with complicated I don't know who to choose, let me test both first-drama. But luckily that didn't happen! So yep, 5 stars it is!I finished this book feeling good but with one question in my mind: From all the appreciation Grace gets for her boobs, I concluded that she is a lady with rather big bosoms. So how can she run (I believe it was around 60 minutes) without a bra?! Did she hold them in her hands while running? Or does she not feel pain in her breast area? I don't understand. Please share your secret Grace.
Someone Else's Fairytale - Emily Mah Tippetts The book was not bad, it read a little bit like fanfiction.I would have liked to feel more engaged with the story, the characters just didn't really speak to me.
Beastly - Alex Flinn as mediacore as the movie...
Der Kreis der Dämmerung 1 - Das Jahrhundertkind - Ralf Isau I read the books when I was young, and I loved them...For a while I reread them every some months and every time it seemed I understood more of the historical background/ recognize some of the side characters. I already knew a lot of stuff we learned in history because of these books ♥

The Selection

The Selection - This book...I kept on reading, in the hope it would get better....but it didn't.What got on my nerves the most: The unfunny jokes all the characters are making.
The Demon King - Cinda Williams Chima It started slow, and didn't grab my attention from beginning on, but as it went on, the book gets better and better until I was hooked and just HAD to read it till the end.I really like the male antagonist and how, as the book goes on, we learn so many aspects to his person and his past. Actually Han might be the only reason why this book is so good.I didn't like how the author tries to establish characters, only to let them fade away in the middle. I didn't have any emotional connection, because there was too little of them in the book. Be it Mari, Han's mother, Bird, Dancer or Cat, I wasn't really affected by any of them.All in all, I would still recommend this book, because in the end it got addicting for me.As for now, I will start with the second book to see if Chima gets a better handle on the side characters and if she will create a love-triangle (oh god, I sure hope not).
The Ghost and the Goth - Stacey Kade I quite liked it, it was a light and funny read with sympathic lead characters.
Numbers: Book 1 - Rachel Ward It was okay, I don't know why I couldn't get into it.Maybe it was just the wrong time for me to read this book...