Welcome to the year 2019! As I haven't posted in a while (again!) I am using this entry to do a review of the 2nd half of 2018. But before I start I'd like to let you know that my blog changed from "shenandora.wordpress.com" to "shenandora.blog", as I now run my own domain. So, what… Continue reading Welcome 2019!
A Secret Garden by Katie Fforde - the story is set in the beautiful Cotswolds, called a modern-day Austen by some. Definitely worth a read.
It's always good starting the day with a good book! Still on book 4 of Harry Potter. The story's getting better and better with each of these fantastic books! Absolutely worth a read if you're a fan of the famous author Arthur Conan Doyle! (German!) So happy I got my hands on the 2nd book… Continue reading Books review: May 2018
When I read "Aufruhr in Oxford"in German, a brilliant Lord Peter Wimsey novel, I knew instantly I had to get my hands on the Englisch edition, "Gaudy Night". What a wonderful read! Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers. A Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery.
How to be a Victorian: I've always wanted to know about their lifes, especially what it ment to be a woman back in the 19th century. Very well written with loads of informations! The Victorian House, How to be a Victorian, Life in Victorian Britain This beautiful Sherlock Holmes edition is just amazing and should definitely… Continue reading Books review: March 2018 | Part 1
I'm very happy with this Sherlock Holmes edition from Canterbury Classics. It's a 3D pop-up classics book with loads of beautiful illustrations/pop-up illustrations inside. It has A Scandal in Bohemia and The Blue Carbuncle in it. Sherlock Holmes 3D pop-up classics book by Canterbury Classics (Arthur Conan Doyle)
I have to admit that I never read the Harry Potter books before, but when the 20 years special edition came out I finally started reading them. What a joy it is to read about Harry and his friends and all their exciting adventures... Harry Potter 20 years anniversary special edition Arthur Conan Doyle and… Continue reading Books review: February 2018 | Part 1