Launched by Sonja of A Bookshelf Full Of Sunshine, continued by FiktiveWelten with a new logo. The blog action is for lively communication between bloggers, a good network, and should be fun. Duration of the question: Friday to Thursday. Rules. No registration required. This week I am displaying the FF´s monthly book highlight question. And of course, I couldn´t decide which one to pick, so I did it again. If you are following my FF posts on a regular basis, you might have noticed that sometimes I am posting two books instead of only one highlight. This January is no exception.

January is over. It was, counted in books, a very light month. Why light? Because I haven´t read as much as I usually do. But for some reason, I was not able to read and review in the rhythm I normally have. On the other hand, it didn´t take me long to choose my highlight for this month or better said: highlights. Yes, I have two books I could barely put down. And both were read overnight, which means they must be great, right?

November 9 by Colleen Hoover is a very emotional and thrilling novel that got me right from the start.

And it proofs very strongly why this author is worth being read and why her huge success is what it is: huge. Why haven´t I read this sooner?? Guess we´ll never know. My review about it will be up shortly. Still trying to get my feelings sorted out …

The other book I want to highlight is All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda.

Since I´ve finished it, I am in kind of a shock. I read this, too, overnight and haven´t read any other book since. An overnight read normally suggests that a book was great, right? Well, it was, in its very own way. And if you like the way how it´s written, you will probably love it. I have mixed feelings about it though. Not because of his style, but because of some other things this thriller contains. More to that in my review, which I will post as soon as possible.

So, stay tuned *smile*

And what was your reading highlight during January?

Happy reading


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