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About me--------------------------------------------------​--------------------------------------------------​
You can really call me a book addict. I just love reading novels, short stories or plays - and love discussing them. I try to read the texts in the original language, and at the moment this is possible in German (mother tongue), English and French.

In general, it's difficult to choose a favorite writer... I love variety. :) "La peste" by Albert Camus is one of the books which I can read every year. I also like the books by Ian McEwan, John Irving, Philip Roth, Paul Auster, Guy de Maupassant, Thomas Glavinic, Jakob Arjouni, George Orwell, AND MANY MANY MORE!

Here's my thread for the 75-books-challenge 2016:
75-books-challenge 2014:
75-books-challenge 2013 - part 2:
75-books-challenge 2013 - part 1:
75-books-challenge 2012:
75-books-challenge 2011:

I'm looking forward to some inspiring discussions! :)


About my libraryMarch 15th, 2012: Because I start doubting about which books I already own, I will start to add all my books one after the other. Some of them I have already read, others not.

Only the books I have read during the last two year and which I am finishing from now on do get a rating. Otherwise I haven't yet read the book, or too much time has passed since reading it and my evaluation wouldn't be very reliable.

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, 2013 Category Challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, 75 Books Challenge for 2016, Austrian Library Thingers, German Library Thingers, Group Reads - Literatureshow all groups


Favorite bookstoresBook in Bar, Buchhandlung Brunner, Tyrolia Buch Papier Innsbruck (Obexer-Haus), Wagnerische Buchhandlung

Real nameKathy

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Member sinceSep 23, 2010

Currently readingLes Fleurs Du Mal (Pocket Classics) (French Edition) by Charles P. Baudelaire
Die Blumen des Bösen by Charles Baudelaire
Metternich: Stratege und Visionär by Wolfram Siemann
Geh nie alleine essen! TB: Und andere Geheimnisse rund um Networking und Erfolg by Keith Ferrazzi

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