Oh my god! I got tagged the first time!
It was my friend Anni who tagged me and you totally should check out her blog "a readers paradise" here!
Then I saw the same tag just a little different on the blog "adventuresbetweenpages". I was questioning myself, which one I should do. The one I was tagged for or the other one ... And then I decided to do both of them. Just for fun. The one I saw on adventuresbetweenpages I will post in some days.
When I first thought about crime books I have read, there was only one book that came to my mind. After some minutes of thinking I was like: "Oh ... And I have read this book ... and this ... AND this ... oh and that crime as well ..."
My favorite one is probably:
- "13 Minutes" by Sarah Pinborough
the review you find here
a book that made you lough out loud
I had to think a lot to find a book that made me loughing really hard. Maybe that is because of my absent humor or because I haven't found a really funny bookby now, I don't know. But if I would have to list up one book, I would say:
- "Mörder Anders und seine Freunde nebst dem einen oder anderen Feind" by Jonas Jonasson
a book that made you weepy/cry
In this category there aren't so many books. But this book absolutely made me weepy, especially at the end:
- "Before I fall" by Lauren Oliver
a book that made you really thinking/ reevaluate the world! your life
The fact that here a lot of books come to my mind, emphasizes the case that I love to think about the world, the life ans especially MY life.
The three books I want to highlight, which made me thinking all in a different way, are:
- "Wüstenblume" by Waris Dirie
After this biography I was concerned with genital mutilation and produced interest towards the culture of africa.
- "Herr G." by Alan Lightman
This book connects religious thinking with the scientific side of life, which creates a really special book for me.
the review you find here (german)
- "Kukolka" by Lana Lux
This book is about all those tabu-themes to which we persist on shutting our eyes.
here is the review (german)
favorite fantasy book/ series
If I would read the series that I chose, now, I probably would say, that there are lots of better series, but associate it with many childhood memories, what is why I really like think about it.
- "Laura" by Peter Freund
a book you just couldn't get into or finish
I don't understand, how you can like this book. After about 20 pages I had enough of reading always the same words because of that bad vocabulary. The whole style of writing was just awful and frustrating
- "the Catcher in the Rye" by J.D Salinger
a book you love to read in summer or makes you think of summer
Actually I don't know, why I relate this to summer. Maybe because the cover is blue, like the sea. Or because the title sounds like it referes to the underwater world. But if I remember right the story plays on an island, maybe that's the reason, why I chose this book.
- "Deep Blue Eternity" by Natasha Boyd
I had really much fun doing this tag and if you liked this please let me know in the comments.