The Mermaid Collector – Review

What could possibly be better for a long, cold weekend than a story about mermaids? Nothing, obviously! The Mermaid Collector was the January book choice in my book club with friends from junior high and high school. Interestingly enough, we've all gone our separate ways over the years, but through social media and our love... Continue Reading →

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Wenn Schmetterlinge Loopings fliegen – Rezension

Da ich normalerweise nur englische Bücher lese, bin ich nicht immer auf den neuesten Stand, was gerade so auf dem deutschen Markt los ist. Von Petra Hülsmann hatte ich bisher wenig bis gar nichts gehört. Ich bin mir aber ziemlich sicher, dass ich ihre Bücher am Düsseldorfer Flughafen hab rumliegen sehen, als meine Mama und... Continue Reading →

Dear Amy – Review

The first time I came across Dear Amy was at the railway stations Bristol Temple Meads and Bath Spa in February of this year. My favorite Dutchie and I were on our way from Plymouth to Bath to visit our friend for the weekend and the ad for this new psychological thriller, Dear Amy by... Continue Reading →

Maybe in Another Life – Review

Do you know what direction your life is going? Do you feel as if you have a choice? Coincidentally, many of the books I've been picking up lately have featured a heroine in her late twenties still trying to get her life together. Is God trying to tell me something? Despite feeling this way myself... Continue Reading →

A Conflict of Interest – Review

Ever since reading The Girl on The Train last year, I got hooked on Thrillers. I really like the suspense factor and it's a nice change from my go-to NA, Contemporary Romance genre. In the past few months, I didn't find the time to read too much thrillers, unfortunately, and this is why I was... Continue Reading →

The Winner’s Curse – Review

What I admire most about YA dystopian authors is their massive imagination and their creations of new worlds, new societies, new rules and new ways of thinking. Nothing is impossible. Some dystopians focus on a new world and a society that was only recently formed as a result of a war that our current society... Continue Reading →

June Recap

Happy July book lovers! 5171 Miles Books achieved two exciting milestones in June. Our shared review of Edge of Regret was the 150th post to be published on this blog. On top of that, our Instagram account @5171milesbooks reached 1.2k a few days ago. Yay! Now it's time for our monthly recap! Here are the... Continue Reading →

Here’s To Now – Review

After a short break from the "Here's To" series by Teagan Hunter I was excited to finally dive into Here's To Now! Gaige Addams has been dealt more than one painful hand of cards throughout his life. Because of the mistakes he made in his past, he lives his life full of shame, grudges and... Continue Reading →

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