My Reading Month September

September was relatively good reading month. I did read a little less and listened to even less. But I am still happy and I enjoyed the stories I discovered this month.

  • Books: 3
  • Audiobooks: 5
  • Pages (only books): 855
  • Pages (incl. Audiobooks): 2934
  • Minutes listened: 1269 (over 21 hours)

Books:

Frank M. Reifenberg und Gina Mayer – Die Schattenbande legt los

A children’s adventure crime story set in the 1920s in Berlin. As a member of their little group becomes a suspect in a murder, they quickly have to discover who the real culprit is before their friend is caught.

Josephine Angelini – Goddess

The final book in the Starcrossed Trilogy ends in quite a show down between the Greek gods and the Scions. But the question remains: Will history repeat itself?

J.M. Haag – Depravity

A retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a lot more adult romance (for whatever reason). It’s the first part of a trilogy meaning the story was just split in three – probably.

Audiobooks:

Sabine Ebert – Die Spur der Hebamme

The story about the midwife Marthe continuous as she tries to survive in the Middle Ages in Germany without being convicted as a witch. And nobody is allowed to know that she has visions, visions that foresee death and also prevent a few conspiracies.

Dr. Josephine Chaos – Dann press doch selber, Frau Dokta!

A gynecologist tells stories from the hospital ward … women giving birth, screaming, being oblivious, and the dreaded night shifts.

Ricarda Jordan – Die Geisel des Löwen

The Danish try to conquer Rugia Island in the 12th century and our rather naive heroine is captured in the middle of it all.

Emmy Abrahamson – Go for it: Wie ich London die Schau stahl (oder London mir)

We accompany Phillipa throughout her education within the holy walls of the royal drama school in London: humming, breathing, love, loss, jealousy, and greed.

Jürgen von der Lippe & Monica Cleves – Verkehrte Welt

Short stories that will definitely NOT end the way you thought they would! Just wonderfully sarcastic.

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