Review: "Attachments" by Rainbow Rowell

Title: Attachments Author:  Rainbow Rowell Publication:  2012 Genre: Romance, Adult, Fiction, Contemporary Stars: 3.9/ 5

Synopsis Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder know that somebody is monitoring their work e-mail. Everybody in the newsroom knows. It's company policy. But they can't quite bring themselves to take it seriously. They go on sending each other endless and endlessly hilarious e-mails, discussing every aspect of their personal lives.
Meanwhile, Lincoln O'Neill can't believe this is his job now- reading other people's e-mail. When he applied to be "internet security officer," he pictured himself building firewalls and crushing hackers- not writing up a report every time a sports reporter forwards a dirty joke.
When Lincoln comes across Beth's and Jennifer's messages, he knows he should turn them in. But he can't help being entertained-and captivated-by their stories.
By the time Lincoln realizes he's falling for Beth, it's wa…

July Book Haul 2017

Hello Bookworms. This book haul mostly contains books I bought with the gift cards I got for my birthday and some reduced books from my favorite online shop. I’m also getting myself prepared for autumn. Therefore, I ordered Riding the Bullet, Pet Sematary, my most favorite Stephen King book, and The Outsiders by S.E.Hinton. Furthermore, I had the misfortune that my pre-ordered copy of All That She Can See by Carrie Hope Fletcher was delivered one and a half weeks after the release. But now it’s mine  and I’m happy.
Title: All That She Can See Author: Carrie Hope Fletcher Genre: Magical Realism, Contemorary, YA, Adult, Romance, Fiction Published: 2017

Synopsis Feelings are part of life - feelings are life. If you take away what people feel, you take away anything meaningful. Wanting to diminish the evil in this world is a good cause, one I have fought for the majority of my life, but not like this . . .
Cherry has a hidden talent. She can see things other people can't and she decided a long…

July Wrap Up 2017

Hello, Bookworms. Without a doubt, July was a good reading month for me. I really enjoyed my summer TBRs. All the books I read where light and fast reads, which didn't failed my expectations. 
Books I Read

"Winters' Snow" by Carrie Hope Fletcher
"Doon" by Carey Corp, Lorie Langdon
"Attachment" by Rainbow Rowell 
"To All The Boys I've Loved Before" by Jenny Han

Review: "Doon" by Carey Corp, Lorie Langdon

Title: Doon [Doon #1] Author: Carey Corp, Lorie Langdon Publication:  2013 Genre: YA, Romance, Fantasy, Fiction Stars: 4.5/ 5

Synopsis Veronica doesn't think she's going crazy. But why can't anyone else see the mysterious blond boy who keeps popping up wherever she goes? When her best friend, Mackenna, invites her to spend the summer in Scotland, Veronica jumps at the opportunity to leave her complicated life behind for a few months.
But the Scottish countryside holds other plans.
Not only has the imaginary kilted boy followed her to Alloway, she and Mackenna uncover a strange set of rings and a very unnerving letter from Mackenna's great aunt—and when the girls test the instructions Aunt Gracie left behind, they find themselves transported to a land that defies explanation. Doon seems like a real-life fairy tale, complete with one prince who has eyes for Mackenna and another who looks suspiciously like the boy from Veronica's daydreams. But Doon has a dark underbelly a…

Review: "Biest" by Jenk Saborowski

Title: Biest [Solveigh Lang #2] Author: Jenk Saborowski Publication:  2012 Genre: Crime, Thriller, Political Stars: 3.6/ 5

Disclaimer: This is another book, where I couldn’t find an English edition, so here is the German synopsis.

Synopsis Das gefährlichste Computervirus der Welt gelangt in die Hände von Terroristen. Ein Anschlag, der bis gestern noch undenkbar schien, steht unmittelbar bevor. Mitten im Herzen Europas. Welche Rolle spielt der ehemalige Stasi-Funktionär, den der Journalist Marcel Lesoille in Tel Aviv fotografiert? Gemeinsam mit Agent Solveigh Lang von der europäischen Geheimpolizei ECSB verfolgt er eine Spur bis nach St. Petersburg und Berlin. Können sie gemeinsam die Katastrophe verhindern?
My Thoughts The book is about a group of terrorists, or let’s say some terrorists and some rich Russians who have the money and the means to destroy nuclear power plants all over Europe with the help of the most dangerous computer virus. The man behind this group is called the beast and the …

Review: "Winters' Snow" by Carrie Hope Fletcher

Title: Winters’ Snow [an “On The Other Side“ novella] Author: Carrie Hope Fletcher Publication:  2016 Genre: Romance, Novella, Short Story, New Adult
Link:goodreads Stars: 5/5

The Blurb
An exclusive On the Other Side novella featuring the characters Vincent Winters and Evie Snow 
Prove yourself worthy.
Prove yourself true.
Fight like you didn't
and she'll come to you. Evie Snow was the love of Vincent Winters' life, and of every lifetime he would ever live, but they didn't get the ending they wanted. He never stopped loving her though and he never, ever, forgot about her. Suddenly Vincent has the chance to right an old wrong and to finally prove himself worthy of Evie's love - he just needs to get to her first. As Vincent begins the journey of a lifetime, he learns more about love than he ever thought possible, and somehow, some way, he may also find his way back to the only woman he ever truly loved . . .

My Thoughts To honor On The Other Side and in preparation to Carrie Hope Fl…

May & June Wrap Up

Hello Bookworms. I have absolutely no idea what is going on. At the beginning of May, I started "The Second Coming" but after the first half of the book I ended up in a massive reading slump. Than I started "About a Dragon " by G.I.Aiken but I put it back down, because I wasn't in the mood for fantasy porn.  And last but not least, I was looking forward to read "Bitterblue" but in the end, it took me the whole month to finish it.
However, I have the feeling that it's going to get better now, that I'm reading some summer books
Books I Read

"Bitterblue [Graceling Realm #3]" by Kristin Cashore
"A Venetian Reckoning [Commissario Brunetti #4]" by Donna Leon
"The Second Coming" by John Niven