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I already am exciting and looking forward to a lot of good books :)
Finished two more this week
3) Lilian Jackson Braun - Die Katze die den Braten roch
4) Alex Berg - Wintermärchen
On to the next!!
I finished another one of Lilian Jackson Brauns books. I know 'kitty crime' (how my husband ccalls it) is everyones cup of tea, but I just love them. Her stories always manage to make me smile and I love the picture she paints of the little town the books are set in. After reading so many of this series, reading another always feels like coming back to old friends. It might sound silly, but it's a bit like home I guess.
5) Lilian Jackson Braun - Die Katze, die Bananen stahl
And I should think that 'kitty crime' would be just the thing when one has the blues or perhaps suffers from depression.
BTW, I love your hubby's terminology..........'kitty crime'. How many are there anyway?
7) Charlotte Roche - Feuchtgebiete
Honestly, i am not sure what to think of this book.
The story is told by 18 year old Helen who ended up in the hospital after she had a little accident shaving her butt. She talks openly about her body and topics usually not talked about.
It definitly is like nothing i ever read before. I did get the feeling though that the author set down with the simple desire to write a book that will disgust people, shock them. With every chapter it felt like she tried to be more repulsive then in the one before.
But like always, it is a matter of taste. Unfortunately this book did not meet mine but i was an interesting excursion into a different kind of novel.
I have another one by her at home, but I think I need to take a break before I start it.
At the moment I am reading Charles de Lint again. Not quite done yet, but so far I enjoyed every book I picked up by him and it is the same with this one. But more about that when I am done
18) Lilian Jackson Braun - Die Katze, die im Schrank verschwand