The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion was the first book I read this month and I loved it! Such a fun and quick read. I totally got lost into the story. If you haven't read it yet, go and pick up your copy! It's so worth it. There have been moments when I had to laugh out loud. And the main character reminded me of Sheldon from "The Big Bang Theory". I always had him in front of my eyes. This book is one of those reasons, why I love reading. You can laugh, you can forget everything around you and you want to read as fast as possible but at the same time you don't want the book come to an end.
Wild by Cheryl Strayed: Another good book this month. I love hiking so it was clear I had to read this book. And it was amazing. To hike for such a long time (three months) is very hard and Cheryl Strayed used the right words to describe it that I thought I was walking with her on the trail. I can't wait to watch the movie of this book. Totally unrelated, but can you really choose a new last name in the US after you got divorced? I can't get this into my head.
I haven't finished Das Labyrinth der Wörter by Marie-Sabine Roger yet but it's such a sweet story. The original book is in French and I think you can notice this.
In October I want to read: