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review 2019-03-31 20:47
Verliebt in Berlin
Grüne Gurken - Lena Hach Grüne Gurken - Lena Hach

Wer kennt das nicht, die Eltern zwingen das Kind irgendwas zu machen, sei es ein Umzug in eine andere Stadt oder mehr aus seinem Leben? Mit der Protagonistin Lotte kann sich wohl jeder Teenager identifizieren.

Das farbenfrohe Cover aber auch die locker leichte Geschichte über das erste Verlieben, ist meiner Meinung nach das perfekte Buch für den Frühling. Die 14 jährige Lotta musste mit ihren Eltern nach Berlin Kreuzberg umziehen. Viel lieber wäre sie in ihrem kleinen Dorf in Hessen geblieben. Doch als sie sich in den attraktiven Jungen verliebt, der immer Montags im Kiosk sauere grüne Gurken kauft, verliebt sie sich auch immer mehr in die Hauptstadt.

Der Schreibstill ist sehr an die Sprache der Jugendlichen angelehnt und enthält auch manchmal Fäkalbegriffe. Besonders gut hat mir gefallen, dass Lotte anstatt Tagebuch zu schreiben, Diagramme zu ihrem Leben erstellt, die den Text sehr auflockern. Außerdem besticht der Inhalt durch ganz viel Humor und Selbstironie.

Der einzige Kritikpunkt ist der Schluss des Buches, denn es wird nicht aufgeklärt wie nun das Verhältnis zwischen Lotte und ihren Eltern ist und ob Lottes Vater noch immer so versessen ist ihre Hochbegabung zu beweisen.

Grüne Gurken ist meiner Meinung nach ein sehr gutes Buch für junge Mädels und Jungs, die gerade frisch verliebt sind oder sich gerade von ihren Eltern nicht so gut verstanden fühlen. Aber auch für Erwachsene, die vielleicht schon vergessen haben wie es ist zum ersten Mal verliebt zu sein.

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text 2019-03-02 07:01
Find an Excellent Dentist in Chicago for the Entire Family

When you have children to feel about, finding the right health care providers to meet their needs is important. The same is true of your dentist, and wouldn’t it be kind to find a dental provider who could meet the needs of the complete family, which saves you time and stress in the long run. Here are some supportive ideas for finding an excellent South Loop dentist in Chicago your entire family can trust.


Questions and Other Factors to Consider When Choosing a Dentist


When you’re looking at working with any Smile Dental Chicago, the first concern is always if their office hours and location are suitable, but have you ever considered asking some deeper questions such as:


How long have you been practicing in this region?

Do you see children? If so, early at what age?

What types of continuing education do you participate in?

Do you recommend any advanced services? How can those benefit me?


You might also want to bring to an end by and take a tour of the office before your first appointment. This will offer you an idea of how friendly and welcoming it feels for children. Reading online ratings and reviews will also give you a feel for what other patients have practiced at your prospective provider’s office.


Why Not Consider Choosing Dr. Lena Casimir for Your Family’s Dental Care?


Dr. Lena Casimir welcomes patients of all ages to the cosmetic dentistry in south Loop, and you’re going to find a number of advanced services here that you wouldn’t find at other practices. Here is what adults and children can suppose when they work with Dr. Lena Casimir as Smile Dentist in Chicago:


Preventive and periodontal care



Dental implants

Cosmetic dentistry and more



Contact Our Office to Schedule


If you’d like to learn more about how Dr. Lena Casimir can take care of your family, give us call at 312-922-3411 today to schedule your next appointment in Classic Smiles LLC.


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How to Find a Dentist if you are new in Chicago ?

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review 2019-01-24 02:41
Accelerants - Lena Wilson

I wanted to love this, but in the end it was a mixed bag for me. I really enjoyed the representation and the characters. The relationships felt authentic, and I was invested in the bonds formed over the course of the book. However, I didn't particularly care for the ending (that's probably a taste thing), and this novella suffered from the common problem many novellas have: it felt like the beginning of a longer story rather than a full and complete story of its own. I would happily read more from this author, but this particular offering felt like it wasn't quite finished.

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review 2018-12-19 09:31
Reaper (Birds of a Feather #5) by Lena North
Reaper (Birds of a Feather #5) - Lena North

Reaper is the fifth and final book in the Birds of a Feather series, and it goes out with a bang! Annie is spying on Wilder's ranch, with something to tell them, and not sure of her reception or the reaction once she does. It feels strange for her to mingle amongst people she feels like she already knows, and yet doesn't. Olly is his usual taciturn self, and yet Annie breaks through his barriers easy enough. Things don't go easy for the two of them though, and the whole gang gets involved to keep Annie safe until Olly retrieves his head out of his butt!

What a finale. Seriously, it was fantastic. I love Olly, I have done all the way through this series, but I will admit to enjoying seeing him make a fool of himself. I wasn't too impressed with some of his behaviour though, and was glad he was made to see the error of his ways.

So many characters, so many stories. I can't say out of all of them which are my favourites! Lena North has done an amazing job of making each of these characters and situations completely different, and yet maintaining the overall storyline. I wasn't sure at the beginning if I would like these as much as I did The Dreughan Trilogy. I can now confirm that yes, I did - absolutely!

For a fantastic coming-of-age story, then I can definitely recommend this whole series, and basically anything written by Lena North too!

* Verified Purchase ~ July 2018. *

Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

Source: archaeolibrarian.wixsite.com/website/single-post/2018/12/18/Reaper-Birds-of-a-Feather-5-by-Lena-North
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review 2018-12-11 19:28
REVIEW BY MERISSA - Black Snow (Birds of a Feather #4) by Lena North
Black Snow (Birds of a Feather #4) - Lena North

Black Snow is the fourth book in the Birds of a Feather series, and we find out more about Snow, who featured in Jinx' book. She has her own story which she keeps hidden from the majority of people. It turns out that she is not the only one with secrets though, which she finds out to her cost. What should have been an easy assignment quickly turns into something much more.

I loved this book! Not only because of the characters I have grown to know and love throughout this series, but I was also introduced to some of the characters that feature in Seaborn, which was the book that introduced me to Lena North and made me (arm twisted behind my back, I tell you!) buy these.

I am thoroughly enjoying the overall story arc that flows from one book to the next, getting a bit more each time. I can't wait to see where it goes next. With no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, I have no hesitation in recommending this great story!

* Verified Purchase ~ July 2018. *

Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

Source: archaeolibrarian.wixsite.com/website/single-post/2018/12/11/Black-Snow-Birds-of-a-Feather-4-by-Lena-North
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