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Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey
Lois H. Gresh, Heather Graham, Midori, Sylvia Day, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Hope Tarr, Marc Shapiro, Jennifer Armintrout, Cecilia Tan, M. Christian, Ryan Field, Debra Hyde, Katharine Sands, Lori Perkins, Pamela Madsen, Judith Regan, Catherine Hiller, D.L. King, Lyss Stern, Rak
Into the Woods: Tales from the Hollows and Beyond
Kim Harrison
Hallowed
Cynthia Hand
Chicks Kick Butt
Inheritance (The Inheritance Cycle)
Christopher Paolini
Sinn und Gehalt der sexuellen Perversionen (Geist und Psyche)
Medard Boss
Spectyr
Philippa Ballantine
Providence
Jamie McGuire
Bonded by Blood
Laurie London
My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon

I MOVED!

Since Jen and I have moved the bookexhibitionism blog (to here), and I have abandoned booklikes for the longest time, I'm back here now. I'll be active on this account, but I plan to move this account to another one, namely "patriciar".

My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon

My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon - Finished: Stalked by Kelley Armstrong; Elena and Clay

Die Chroniken von Narnia. Gesamtausgabe

Die Chroniken von Narnia. Gesamtausgabe - C. S. Lewis Rating: 2-4.5 xD

Neferet's Curse: A House of Night Novella

Neferet's Curse - P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast Seriously?

Twilight (The Twilight Saga, Book 1)

Twilight  - Stephenie Meyer Nothing to add.

New Moon (Twilight Saga, Book 2)

New Moon  - Stephenie Meyer Just sayin'.It's my favorite Twilight book, though.

Inheritance (The Inheritance Cycle)

Inheritance (The Inheritance Cycle) - Christopher Paolini I've written a summary of the things that happened in the first three books here. Okay, let me rephrase that. I copypasted a timeline of the events, some other important (or less important) things and listed a few links. But I now have an idea of what happened.. It's been some time since I Brisingr, after all. : )Going to read Inheritance asap!

Illicit Magic (1, Stella Mayweather Paranormal Series)

Illicit Magic - Camilla Chafer True story, folks:She has always been a very open minded person and although she did admit that sometimes she was a little too harsh on people, she tried to work on it. So when Illicit Magic asked her if she wanted to pick it up, she had to think about it. "How old are you, exactly?" she asked and Illicit Magic didn't really answer. She looked at it's face, murmered "Urgh, Young Adult. Go away." and that was that.She's not a big Young Adult literature fan. Most authors change their voice too much and an Indie author whom none of her Goodreads friends had reviewed so far? But today there was a moment when she said to herself, "Patricia, grow a pair and buy the motherfucking book. You don't need to read it right away, but come on, it won't kill you. You managed to finish Destined after all. There's almost nothing that you can't do!"

Sinn und Gehalt der sexuellen Perversionen (Geist und Psyche)

Sinn und Gehalt der sexuellen Perversionen (Geist und Psyche) - Medard Boss Before:So, I actually am reading this because someone else posted something about men in literature and stuff. Which led me to my mom, who studied psychology and read a dozen of these sort of books.I asked her if she still had some from her time in university and she gave me about.. five? Yes, I think she had five upstairs and told me where to look for the others and there are two I'm currently reading. One about family issues in fairy tales (quite interesting, though a little icky) and this one, which isn't about a phenomenon in literature, but sexual perversions in general. I think it's quite interesting to have homosexuality listed in the book, but it was published in 1966 and homosexuality was considered a disease back then, if I recall correctly. Anyway, I'm very curious about the content. It's sad to see that there aren't that many people who have books like this one on their shelves. I'll start to add my psychological literature from now on, I think. Although I won't be able to add the ones I've read already anytime soon. Finished:

Clockwork Princess (Infernal Devices)

Clockwork Princess - Cassandra Clare I won't read the blurb, I won't read the blurb, I won't read the blurb.In the first two novels I was Team Jem all the way and I still like him more, but I think Clare took some of his charme and gave it to Will when she did what she did in the last installment. I have to admit that although I dislike most novels for young adults and although I don't think Clare's books are thaaaat good, I still intend to finish this and the TMI series.

Existence

Existence  - Abbi Glines I fear that this novel is going to be extremely horrible. No, I'm not saying it will be, but look at the tropes used here. The good thing is that it's basically a story one could like: We have a little Tod and Kay going on here. (If I Die, everyone?) BUT Tod and Kay are the folks they are, because there were four freaking books before we actually got real action.

Avenger's Angel: A Novel of the Lost Angels

Avenger's Angel - Heather Killough-Walden I actually wanted to start reading this novel. Then I read a review and wow, things started to went downhill.But then I thought: "Hey, come on. You love to hate books. You love to read bad novels. You Love them. Capital L." But then my other half answered: "Yes, because they are still entertaining. Does this novel sound entertaining to me.. you?" And then I answered: "GIVE IT A TRY!" So, I just gave it a try. And I read the introduction:Long ago, the Old Man gathered together his four favored archangels, Michae, Gabriel, Uriel, and Azrael. He pointed to four stars in the sky that shone brighter than the others. He told the archangels that he wished to reward them for their loyalty and had created for them soul mates. Four perfect female beings - archesses. However, before the archangels could claim their mates, the four archesses were lsot to them and scattered to the wind, beyond their realm and reach. The archangels made the choice to leave their world, journey to Earth, and seek out their mates.For thousands of years, the archangels have searched. But they have not searched alone. For they are not only entities to leave their realm and come to Earth to hunt for the archesses. They were followed by another...New setting: Forest. You can hear some birds. And.. frogs. And you know, all that stuff that makes noises and can be found at places that are.. green and brown. Patricia (that's me!) is peacefully sitting somewhere, probably on a stone. Then the voice from the off: *scroll up, read the Introduction again* Patricia (me!!!) is frowning now. She asks herself, How the heck does that make any sense? No, wait, I'm too busy watching himym so we'll stop this review now and we won't quote several religious leaders to make a point.So now, Bambi's mother is shot, Patricia (that is me, everbody. ME! My name is Patricia!!) is running away, screaming like hell, at the same time thinking: "Green. You should never trust green things unless it's Asian food. And even if it is Asian food, ask if it's still alive. "

Gruselfieber, Bd.1, Vergesst mich nicht!

Vergesst mich nicht! (Gruselfieber, Bd.1)  - R.L. Stine, Janka Panskus I read this when I was in my very early teens or maybe even younger and it made me want to read more, so even though I have no idea if the story was good, I think the rating is justified. Books for teens are meant to make them want to read more and entertain them and I read this story in one day or something like that and bought two other books right away.

Something's on the Boil: A Discovery of Prayer and Healing

Something's on the Boil: A Discovery of Prayer and Healing - Josephus L. van den Hoek D.C. I will give you my firstborn (or any amount of whatthefuckyoucanchose) if you give me an ARC of this novel.

The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever

The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever  - Julia Quinn The problem with this one is that he apparently is an asshole. To forgive I need to feel the love. As a reader that doesn't happen often. And even if it does.. I'm resentful. I hold a grudge. And boy, if there's one thing I've managed to be perfect in it's holding a grudge. Also the book sounds.. awkward. She was ten and when she's a grown woman he's already divorced (or whatever, he was married or something like that, right?). Several reviews state that he's hurting her again and again. I dislike that and since he only gets a grip after her near-death-experience I'm not sure if I'll read it.. I am very sure I won't buy it.So, if someone reading this read the novel already - Knowing that I am unforgiving, can't stand novels where the heroine is more in love with the hero than the other way around or where they aren't equals.. Should I read it or rather not? :x

The Edge of Darkness

The Edge of Darkness - Lissa Bilyk I heard it's great, I heard that Kira betaread another story of this author, I saw that Lissa Bilyk is a great person, I wanted to try Sci Fi anyway, so I'll buy it this year and read it. And hopefully like it. If not, you may throw tomatoes at me.