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Gelesen August 2016

Durch "Rücken" zu viel Rumliegen gezwungen. Was tut man da? Richtig:

48. Cherie Priest, Boneshaker (A novel with lots of steampunk tinkering, wild west / confederate war background, lots of zombies and some tough women - what can be wrong with that? Nice read.)
47. Robert Paisley, Dominus (I've read other feedbook books from Paisley already and compared to the usual quality of books there, Paisley is definetely somewhere on the upper part of the list. It starts like an average crime story but turns into ...)
46. Janine Prediger, Der Dämon von Naruel: Der Berg der Elemente (Ein Umsonstangebot via, das zu teuer war. Blutige, aber unglaubliche schlecht geschriebene Fantasy.)
45. Maggie Stiefvater, The Scorpio Races (The story is nothing special but the created atmosphere on the island Thisby is great. As a traveller into northern areas I've a bit of an idea about it, but I'm quite happy I've never encountered see horses from old celtic legends.)
44. Francesca Haig, The Fire Sermon / Map of Bones (A postapocalyptic novel and I'm waiting for the third part ...)
43. Sylvia Hubbard, Love Like This (Yuck.)
42. Markus Heitz, Collector (Sci-Fi, bei dem ich finde, dass da mehr drin gewesen wäre.)


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