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Gelesen 2022

Es wirde im letzten Jahr zwar nicht gebloggt, aber gelesen:

39.-40. Katja Kleiber, Die Eifelhexe / Sturm über der Eifel (Oh je, die burnoutgeplagte Kräuterteetante und der dümmliche Dorfpolizist stolpern durch die Aufklärung von irgendwelchen Morden. Da fehlt es irgendwie an allem, was ein guter Krimi bräuchte.)

36.-38. Kerstin Gier, Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten 1-3 (Da bin ich mal sowas von nicht die Zielgruppe ... aber ich glaube auch nicht, dass die wilde Story für hormonell verwirrte Teeniemädels mehr Sinn macht.)

35. Nicole Galland, I Iago (Probably more fun if you know your Shakespeare.)

34. Nicole Galland, Master of the Revels (Galland returns to D.O.D.O. and endless repetitions of time travel to "fix" things that the witch Grainne broke ...)

33. S. M. Stirling, Emberverse 4, The given Sacriface (The end of Rudi ...)

Friederike Schmöe, Mind Games (Ziemliche Räuberpistole, aber unterhaltsam.)

32. Markus Zusak, The Book Thief (The Book Thief is the little girl Liesel suffering through World War II in the Germany reported by Death himself ..)

31. Markus Zusak, I Am The Messenger (Ed needs to deliver messages to other learning stuff about himself.)

30. Friedericke Schmoe, Käfersterben (Detektivin Palfy halt.)

20.-29. S. M. Stirling, Emberverse 1-3: Dies the Fire / Protector's War / A Meeting in Covallis / The Sunrise Lands / The Scourge of God / The Sword of  the Lady / The High King of Montival / The Tears of the Sun / Lord of Mountains (That was long and still one Book to go. The setup is great, the stories widespread, but sometimes all the medivian fighting stuff get's a bit boring. Additionally it turns more and more to the spiritual side of world views.)

15.-19. Ben Aaronovich, Die Füchse von Hamstead Heath / Geister auf der Metropolitan Line / Der Galgen von Tyburn / Die Glocke von Whitechapel / Ein weißer Schwan in Tabernacle Street  (Mir fällt es manchmal schwer allem zu folgen, aber es ist ziemlich lustig.)

12.-14. Kameron Hurley, Worldbreaker Saga (Wow. Pacifist societies, crashing worlds, magic powers from star fragments, carnivorous plants, 5 genders or more ... great stuff.)

11. Neal Stephenson & Nicole Galland, The Raise and Fall of D.O.D.O (Old Magic meets modern beaurocracy meets human stupidity. Very funny.)

10. Neal Stephenson, Termination Shock (Great stuff from Stephenson again.)

7.-9. Brandon Sanderson Mistborn Trilogy (The Final Empire, Well of Ascencion, The Hero of Ages)

6. Stephen Baxter, Evolution

5. Vikki Wakefield, Friday Brown (Slightly weird YA novel.)

4. Harlan Coben, No Second Chance (Thriller, pretty average.)

3. Fannie Flagg, I Still Dream About You (Hmm. Novel about older women in the real estate business, I'm not sure, if this was meant to be read by me ...)

1./2. Ben Aaronovitch, Peter Grant 4/5 (This is still really fun to read.)


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