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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Why fish don’t exist, by Lulu Miller

A story of loss, love and the hidden order of life – that’s what I’ve been promised. And the prologue digs right into the theme of loss by bringing upon us the second law of thermodynamics. You probably know it – and if you don’t, you better get to know to it: Lulu Miller is […]

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Good books (2.5 to 3.5)

Into the Mist [Into the Mist #1], by P.C. Cast

3 out of 5 stars. Like a feminist manifesto turned into a B movie Roadtrip. But it’s a good B movie if you remember not to take it too seriously – read it like it’s pulp fiction!

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Good books (2.5 to 3.5)

The Decadents, by M.C. Schmidt

3 out of 5 stars. If you want to read a great story, stop reading after the first third.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Knight Blind [Jorja Knight #1], by Alice Bienia

Mysteries with strong female leads seem to be a stable standard of the literature industry by now. I applaud this – in my experience as a reader, a female lead usually means there is a strong emphasis on the mystery part, and that’s just what I want to read when the days are short and […]

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Interviews

Interview with James Breakwell

We talk with James Breakwell about raspberry flavoured artificial intelligences, and how important it is to not drink and jump.

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Good books (2.5 to 3.5)

Forgotten [The Forgotten #1], by M.R. Forbes

3 out of 5 stars. Sci-fi turning into a splatter – good entertainment if you like monster shooting action.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Erebos [Erebos #1], by Ursula Poznanski

4.5 out of 5 stars. Cunning thriller disguised as a YA novel. [German review with English synopsis]

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Miss you when you’re gone [On Behalf of Death #7], by E.G. Stone

5 out of 5 stars. Yolanda is back, but there’s a grim awakening on her heels.

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Interviews

Interview with Gillbert Troll

We talk with Gillbert Troll about the unmentionable, and maybe also about his book. Briefly.

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Interviews

Interview with Emilya Naymark

We talk with Emilya Naymark about internal exorcism, dank basements, a sweet bomber – and of course about her superb Mystery novel.