So, why did I choose these 70 books and not others?
I think it’s pretty obvious what this post is about – so, here are books that will be published next year I’m excited about! I’ll start with my highlight and then the rest follows in chronological order. Leigh Bardugo: Rule of Wolves (King of Scars Duology #2) – March 30th The wolves are circling and„2021 New Releases I Want to Read“ weiterlesen
Time to finally start with all those eagerly awaited autumn reads…
‚Piranesi‘ is the second Susanna Clarke novel I’ve read, and it’s completely different from Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. Not only is her second novel a lot shorter than her massive debut, Susanna Clarke is also brave enough to write an altogether different book with a new setting, new characters, and an intriguing, mysterious plot.
Panzerartige Maschinen, Windmagier, Portalmagier, Belagerungsmagier, Heilmagier, Nachtmagier, (lufthol) Gestaltwandler, Freimacherinnen, Unhunde, Tangbräute, Grukai, Aschmäuler, Vagranten…klingt nach ziemlich viel für ein einziges Buch? Ist es auch.
The most impressively written, unfinished tale of our time: a book so shining with mysterious magic, so full of enchanting fairytales and so beautiful in its prose that it stands out from other modern fantasy like a red blot of colour on a white canvas.
‚My Plain Jane‘ is a funny, entertaining parody of norms of 19th century English society and writing, and especially of Jane Eyre. It’s full of surprises, quirky comments and intriguing ghosts – I liked it, but it wasn’t as good as My Lady Jane.