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(Review) „The Ministry of Utmost Happiness“ – Arundhati Roy

It's going to get messy real' soon. This is difficult; while writing this blogpost I'm still not sure what to say, what not to say, what to quote, what not to quote. I'm not even sure if I hated "Utmost Happiness" or found it to be incredibly clever in a horribly pretentious way.  I'm not sure if I liked… Weiterlesen (Review) „The Ministry of Utmost Happiness“ – Arundhati Roy

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(Review) „Cogheart“ – Peter Bunzl

BACK TO READING, PALS. Not that I haven't been reading but I haven't been reading-reading if you know what I mean. I've been reading fanfiction and re-reading Jessica Sorensen's Sunnyvale trilogy. NOW I'M BACK TO NEW BOOKS. (Which is good because, well, my TBR is over-flowing right now. Sorry, floor and bedroom. I know, it's crowded… Weiterlesen (Review) „Cogheart“ – Peter Bunzl

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(Review) Patrick Süskind’s „Perfume: the story of a murderer“

PERFUME is considered a classic in Germany - which means I wanted to never-read and forever-read it since the beginning of time. (Or since the first time that I realized that this book existed.) Why never-read? Because I have the urge to not read a book when everybody hypes it up and talks about it.… Weiterlesen (Review) Patrick Süskind’s „Perfume: the story of a murderer“

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(Rezension) Mats Strandberg’s „Die Überfahrt“

Wenn ich Die Überfahrt beschreiben müsste, würde ich sagen: Train to Busan, aber auf einer Fähre und mit ( spoiler) anstatt Zombies. In DIE ÜBERFAHRT gehen hundert verschiedene Menschen auf die Reise; unter ihnen die typischen Klischés: Albin, der unter den Problemen seiner Eltern leidet, Madde, die mit ihrer besten Freundin mal so richtig entspannen… Weiterlesen (Rezension) Mats Strandberg’s „Die Überfahrt“