Dieses Buch habe ich im Bücherregal meiner Oma(!) gefunden. Das Cover hat mich sofort überzeugt und ich durfte mir das Buch ausleihen. Ich sollte öfter mal darin stöbern…
The last part of the saga! We made it! No more Clifton Chronicle posts 🙂
One more part to go!
I read this book in two days when I was traveling on the highway through China. Because the author is German and I read the book in it’s original language, I will write this Quick Check in German. See you next time my English-speaking readers!
This time I can’t hold back and will use SPOILER. So if you haven’t read the 5th part of the Clifton Chronicles and plan to do so, STOP READING! See you in my next post!
Today I’m back with the fourth part of the Clifton Chronicles. Now I definitely can’t stop and will finish the series…
Here we are agian with the Clifton Chronicles… Sorry if I bore you but I love this series!
Heads up: I love this book! When I first read the summary of the book I thought that it was such a cliché story but in the end I really enjoyed the story!
Can you belive it? I review a different book than the Clifton Chronicles! Today I want to review a historical novel (sorry, I love this genre the most). I read this book in German but since there is an English version available, I will write my review in English.
Today I check the first part of the Clifton Chronicles. In total, there are 7 parts (the English editions are already all published on Kindle while the last book in German will be published in December 2017). I love starting late with a series because I don’t have to wait for the next book to publish and can immediately start reading the next part!
Today I check the German edition (“Die Musik der verlorenen Kinder”) of the original title “The Jazz Palace”.