Another month is over and I cannot wait to share my booklist with you this month. I had a bit more time to read and this month was all about love stories and favourites!
See me – Nicholas Sparks
…a powerful love story fueled with taut suspense, about an isntant connection between two people who are both trying to escape the past (New York Times).
I have always loved the novels by Nicholas Sparks. As always this novel is as moving as Sparks other ones. This time he includes thriller-like elements and this work is even more twisted than his former works. The characters are flawed, everyone in this book has its on background story. This book is not only a simple love story, it is about violence, living with an uneasy past.
A powerful love story fueled with taut suspense, about an instant connection between two people who are both trying to escape the past
Hothouse Flower – Lucinda Riley
I found this book by accident at my parent´s and I really fell in love with the two love stories this book is about. One is happening in the present and the other one happened in the past. Both are tragic, heart-warming and full of emotions.
A heart-rending page turner which sweeps from war-torn Europe to Thailand and back again
The Life List – Lori Nelson Spielmann
I love writing bucketlists & planning my dream life. This is what Brett Bohlinger did when she was fourtenn years old. After her mother passed away, she leaves behind a will that Brett needs to complete the list of goals in order to receive her inheritance. Now her whole life is upside down. I love easy-read love stories like this one; it remembers me of my favourite authors Cecilia Ahern and Jojo Moyes.
One woman sets out to complete her old list of childhood goals, and finds that her lifelong dreams lead her down a path she never expects.
Aleph – Paulo Coelho
Eventhough, Coelho´s books are quite famous, I have not read any books written by him till December. When I found the book Aleph at my parents home, I decided to finally give it a try and I loved it from the very first page. Not only Coelho´s way of writing, but also his view of the world, his opinion about religion and the universe was fascinating and inspiring.
Aleph invites us to consider the meaning of our own personal journeys: Are we where we want to be, doing what we want to do?
I hope you liked my reading list, and it inspired you to grap up one or two of these books. Although, I could not manage to read as much as I wanted in December, I cannot wait having more time and my reading list for 2019 is already set up. If you have any ideas or must-reads, please share your favourite books with me in the comments.