Leseliste 2016

#1 – Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen
#2 – The World Split Open. Great Authors on How and Why We Write, Diverse
#3 – The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, Gabrielle Zevin
#4 – Der Vorleser, Bernhard Schlink
#5 – Ein menschliches Herz, Irvin D. Yalom & Robert Berger
#6 – Ich. Darf. Nicht. Schlafen., S.J. Watson
#7 – Robin und Jennifer, Elke Weigel [Rezension]
#8 – Gravity Falls: Dipper’s and Mabel’s Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun, Rob Renzetti
#9 – Changing Places, David Lodge
#10 – Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Old School, Jeff Kinney
#11 – Teufelsengel, Monika Feth
#12 – Elfengift, Tamina Berger
#13 – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, James Joyce
#14 – The Subs Club, J.A. Rock
#15 – Als ob nichts wäre, Katarina von Bredow [Rezension]
#16 – Saturday, Ian McEwan
#17 – Die zerbrochene Puppe, Judith & Christian Vogt
#18 – The Collector, John Fowles [Rezension]
#19 – Richard II, William Shakespeare
#20 – The Last Word, Hanif Kureishi
#21 – Girl Meets Boy, Ali Smith
#22 – How to be both, Ali Smith
#23 – The Secret Agent, Joseph Conrad
#24 – The French Lieutenant’s Woman, John Fowles
#25 – My Education, Susan Choi
#26 – When We Were Orphans, Kazuo Ishiguro
#27 – The First Part of Henry IV, William Shakespeare
#28 – The Martian Ambassador, Alan K. Baker
#29 – Feminism, Literature and Rape Narratives, Sorcha Gunne & Zoë Brigley Thompson (Editors)
#30 – Der Himmel ist blau, die Erde ist weiß, Hiromi Kawakami
#31 – Contemporary Women’s Poetry, [Editoren nachtragen]
#32 – Von der Idee zum Text, Helga Esselborn-Krumbiegel
#33 – Lügenprinzessin, Nora Miedler
#34 – Engelsträne, Tamina Berger
#35 – Scherbenparadies, Inge Löhnig
#36 – Frostherz, Bettina Brömme
#37 – On Chesil Beach, Ian McEwan
#38 – Perlentod, Juliane Breinl
#39 – Röslein Stach, Susanne Mischke
#40 – Plötzlich Shakespeare, David Safier
#41 – Kosmetik des Bösen, Amélie Nothomb
#42 – public rape. Representing Violation in Fiction and Film, Tanya Horeck
#43 – Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov
#44 – Remainder, Tom McCarthy
#45 – Jack Maggs, Peter Carey
#46 – Trauma and Recovery. The Aftermath of Violence, Judith Herman
#47 – Riptide, Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
#48 – The Second Part of Henry IV, William Shakespeare
#49 – Ganze Tage im Café, Sólveig Jónsdóttir
#50 – A Severed Head, Iris Murdoch
#51 – Affinity, Sarah Waters
#52 – Umbrella, Will Self
#53 – King Henry V, William Shakespeare
#54 – Thinks …, David Lodge
#55 – Schachnovelle, Stefan Zweig
#56 – Das Gespinst des Bösen, Phil Rickman
#57 – Der Hals der Giraffe, Judith Schalansky
#58 – Das grüne Rollo, Heinrich Steinfest
#59 – Diary of a Submissive, Sophie Morgan
#60 – Geheimer Ort, Tana French
#61 – The Graduate, Charles Webb
#62 – Schweigeminute, Siegfried Lenz
#63 – The Slow Professor, Maggie Berg & Barbara K. Seeber
#64 – By Its Cover, Donna Leon
#65 – Das Teekomplott, Elke Bergsma
#66 – Wenn es dunkel wird, Manuela Martini
#67 – Spiegelschatten, Monika Feth
#68 – Rügener Rache, Heidi Schumacher
#69 – Nonnenfürzle, Michael Boenke
#70 – Lavendelbitter, Elinor Bicks
#71 – Lingua Franca, William Thacker
#72 – There is Nothing Strange, Susan Pepper Robbins
#73 – Davon, frei zu sein, Meg Rosoff
#74 – Beginning Theory, Peter Barry
#75 – Wie das Marxsche „Kapital“ lesen?, Michael Heinrich
#76 – Ein liebender Mann, Martin Walser
#77 – Erste Liebe, Ivan Turgenev
#78 – in a dark, dark wood, Ruth Ware
#79 – Salzwasser, Charles Simmons
#80 – Tagebuch einer Verführung,  Zoë Heller
#81 – Ecocriticism. Eine Einführung, Gabriele Dürbeck & Urte Stobbe (Hrsg.)
#82 – The Children Act, Ian McEwan
#83 – Lillesang. Das Geheimnis der dunklen Nixe, Nina Blazon
#84 – Stigmata. Nichts bleibt verborgen, Beatrix Gurian
#85 – Gothic. Darker Stories, Boris Koch, (Hrsg.)
#86 – Abendruh, Tess Gerritsen
#87 – Eis und Dampf. Eine Steampunk-Anthologie, Christian Vogt (Hrsg.)
#88 – Possession, A.S. Byatt
#89 – Goth Craft, Raven Digitalis
#90 – Mycroft Holmes, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar & Anna Waterhouse
#91 – Isegrim, Antje Babendererde
#92 – Screening Twilight. Critical Approaches to a Cinematic Phenomenon, Wickham Clayton & Sarah Harman (Hrsg.)
#93 – Venus in Furs, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
#94 – Who do, Voodoo?, Rochelle Staab
#95 – Cupido, Jilliane Hoffman
#96 – Madness, Rack, and Honey, Mary Ruefle
#97 – The Reason I Jump, Naoki Higashida
#98 – Sturmflimmern, Moira Frank
#99 – It Takes A Witch, Heather Blake
#100 – M. Butterfly, David Henry Hwang
#101 – Bruja Brouhaha, Rochelle Staab
#102 – Grimm: The Icy Touch, John Shirley
#103 – Totengleich, Tana French
#104 – The Art of Recklessness. Poetry as Assertive Force and Contradiction, Dean Young
#105 – Any Witch Way You Can, Amanda M. Lee
#106 – Die Tarotmeisterin, Elis Fischer
#107 – Dann fressen sie die Raben, Beatrix Gurian
#108 – Schneeweiß, Blutrot, Susanne Mischke
#109 – Mind Over Murder, Alison Kingsley
#110 – Aristoteles and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, Benjamin Alire Sáenz
#111 – On What Grounds, Cleo Coyle
#112 – Publish and Perish, James Hynes

Gedichtbände:
For Your Safety Please Hold On, Kayla Czaga [Rezension]
Dowry Meat, Heather Knox
Racing Hummingbirds, Jeannan Verlee
Milk and Honey, Rupi Kaur
No Matter the Wreckage, Sarah Kay
After the Witch Hunt, Megan Falley
What We Buried, Caithlyn Siehl
The Princess Saves Herself in this One, Amanda Lovelace
bone, Yrsa Daley-Ward
Give Me a God I Can Relate To, Blythe Baird

Re-reads:
Einfach fliegen, Martina Sahler

 

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