More Magic in Edwardian Non-England: CL Polk’s Stormsong

After finishing CL Polk’s first novel, „Witchmark“, I was super excited for its sequel „Stormsong“. The second novel in „The Kingston Cycle“ features a female protagonist, Grace Singer, sister to Miles, whose love story was the centre of the first novel. Now, however, it is Grace’s time to shine and shine she does. I liked […]

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Jahresrückblick 2019: Ein Jahr in 30 Fragen rund um Bücher

Ich mag Rückblicke und Zusammenfassungen ja eigentlich sehr und da die guten Vorsätze für 2020 noch sehr stark sind (und ich noch Weihnachtsferien habe), dachte ich mir, ich versuche mich tatsächlich mal an einem Jahresrückblick. Dafür habe ich letztes Jahr tatsächlich schon mit den 30 Fragen von Elizzy geliebäugelt und dieses Jahr habe ich es […]

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Carry on, Simon Snow … Rainbow Rowell’s Wayward Son

Okay, this just wasn’t what I expected. I actually kinda liked Rainbow Rowell’s “Carry On”. It read like a pretty bad Harry Potter fanfic but it didn’t take itself very seriously and was fun and fluffy and utterly trashy while playing with all the elements that made it so bad, which somehow made it almost good again.

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Interview with KD Edwards

It’s been ages since I did an interview with anybody but I really liked my last series of author interviews (which hasn’t made it onto the new blog – yet) and I am happy to now present to you the first in an entirely new series of interviews! KD Edwards is the author of the […]

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