SueB

Gute Sachen lassen manchmal auf sich warten, um dann geballt aufzutreten. Ebenso ebooks, deren Autoren mich um eine Rezension bitten. Damit ich nicht den Überblick verliere und diejenigen, die eine Rezension wollen, wissen, wieviele noch vor ihnen in der Schlange stehen, habe ich hier eine Liste meines SueB: Stapels ungelesener eBooks:
(kleine Änderungen in der Reihenfolge können ggf. durchgeführt werden, je nachdem ob es sich um kurze oder lange ebooks handelt und wie viel Zeit ich aktuell zur Verfügung habe)

Stille Kämpfer – Johanna Schließer

Rausgekickt: Blaue Vögel – Vera Nentwich

Unser täglich Brot – Sven Klöpping

Battle For Honor: Gates – Ryan Brousseau

Time Dynasty – Fluidum – Jane Montgomery

Crafael – Ewa Aukett

Stationär – Fia-Lisa Espen

Das Siegel des Olymps – Romana R. K.

Bota Enderr – Michael J. Unge

Glut der Unruh – Adèle Lukàcsi

Diebesgeflüster Band 1 und 4

Adhelion – Raiko Oldenettel

Der Schwarze Bund I – Sarxjäger – Nico Weinard

Spurschaden – Simon Halo

Die Seelen der Indianer – Nina Hutzfeldt

Die Andersnacht – Andreas Fischer

Ingeschenk – Steffen Wittenbecher

Der Gott des Todes – Patrick Satters

Die Verzerrung des Denkens – Hadrian Albrecht

Tränen der Zeit: Die unbekannte Gefahr – Bernard Mondae

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  1. Hello,

    I would really appreciate it if your could review my Middle Grade Fantasy novel Book Riders. I think my novel will interest you because I am trying to introduce the German language to children.

    Here is a blurb:
    Thalia is a 13-year old muse and a self-aware character. She was written down as a rough draft by her writer, then thrown in a trashcan. It is not her fault if she was supposed to be a Greek muse, but ended up looking and sounding like a Roman girl. She would like to prove him she can be the hero of a story.
    The librarian of the building where her creator made her up notices her and rescues her. He drops her in his own manuscript: Book Riders in Aeolia. The place has floating islands as well as an array of disparaged characters. Among them are the pirate-words who want to own the place.

    Thalia is given the chance to prove her worth among her new companions when she discovers a labyrinth in which she is allowed to connect words and transform her storyline. Unfortunately, the words are in German. She wants to use her new power to keep the pirate-words at bay, but only brings disaster to herself by confusing true cognates and false cognates.

    Thank you

    Sincerely
    Sylvie

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