Tag Archives: Contemporary

Christina Lauren – The Unhoneymooners | Review

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren is a sweet romance novel. It’s not my first Christina Lauren book and I must say I am pleasantly surprised how much more I enjoyed this one in contrast to the previous ones. “And I … Continue reading

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Sally Thorne – The Hating Game | Review

The Hating Game is a romance novel written by Sally Thorne. The story follows two work colleagues, Lucy and Joshua, who hate each other. Since the day they have started working in the same office they spend every day arguing … Continue reading

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Hannah Mary Rothschild – The Improbability of Love | Review

The Improbability of Love is an amazing mix of fiction, art, history, the life of a person intertwined in all of those with a splash of intrigue added to it. The author Hannah Mary Rothschild does an amazing job with … Continue reading

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Robin Sloan – Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore | Review

Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore is a gripping mystery written by Robin Sloan. The main character Clay Jannon finds himself unemployed and through a sequence of events, almost as if the universe itself wanted it so, he finds a job in … Continue reading

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Julian Fellowes – Snobs | Review

Snobs by Julian Fellowes is a magnificent, insightful recap of the British aristocracy of the 21st century.

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E. Lockhart – We Were Liars | Review

We Were Liars guides us through the tragedy of Cadence Sinclair Eastman. We are introduced to her life on the island of Beechwood through the summer and her life on the island. For almost two years I have been bombarded … Continue reading

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Timur Vermes – Look Who’s Back | Review

I am not completely sure how I feel about this book. At first, when the character of Adolf Hitler had been introduced I found him and situations he had gotten himself into quite funny and comical. But as the novel … Continue reading

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