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The Demon Girl

by Penelope Fletcher

"The Demon Girl" feels as if you were reading "Twilight".
It's not bad but it's just not the right book for me.

Reviewed on 2013.04.20

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

by Jules Verne

Once you have adapt youself to the old fashioned writing and the slow story progression it's really good!

Reviewed on 2013.04.20

Ventus

by Karl Schroeder

Read it - it's simply amazing.

Reviewed on 2013.04.20

Heart of Darkness

by Joseph Conrad

Heart of Darkness is certenly one of these books where you don't get the story fully until you sleep one night over it. But what is it about?

It's the 19th century and imperialism cut Africa into pieces where a slaves live counts nothing because white men think they are far surpirior then these savage people.
And in this mess stumbles a young Adventurer not knowing that the wildernes will soon change him.

That's the summary of Heart of Darkness and I realy like the setting, but the story is written so confuse, jumps from here to there and leaves some gaps, so that it is realy difficult to understand what's going on.

Do I recoment it? Yes, it's only 100 pages.
Is it great? No.

Reviewed on 2012.01.09

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