Olivia Smith... and her BookWorld

Reading is something you can learn, love or just enjoy.

To me, reading is my passion.

I travel through words and stories, live in the past of great centuries, get disturbed by characters who need my attention and fall in love adventures I wish I had.


This is my world of BookLikes






Ich liebe das Lesen. Ich finde es immer so toll, in Welten einzutauchen, die man nicht kennt, die man entdecken möchte. Dieses Gefühl in etwas vertieft zu sein oder das Gefühl nicht mehr aus dieser Welt hinauszugehen. 

Mit einem guten Buch ist man nie allein *.*

“And now fear spread over the countryside. People no longer knew against whom to direct their impotent rage.”

Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer - Patrick Süskind, John E. Woods, Carol Brown Janeway

I found this book in the shelf of my eldest sister and I thought: Why not reading it, when I already watched the movie?

So I started reading and reading. And reading and reading. I couldn't stop to break out from France in the 18th century. 


This story is a masterpiece! 


Patrick Süskind writes it so well and never uninteresting. There aren't so much dialogues in it, but I really have to say, that if there were more dialogues, it wouldn't be so special and exciting.

The adjectives, which the author describes, or the incredible, totally unbelievable nose, which Grenouille has is amazing. It was entertainment, and also interesting to learn how perfumes were made in these days. But also the horrible mind, which Grenouille has, makes you think about, how cruel and a bit obsessed he was.

To get this amazing perfume he has to kill people.

Not any people. 


Young and beautiful girls in an age of 16.


In one sentence: I've never read a better and greater book than this one!






Ich lese gerade

Emily Brontë
Die Zarin der Nacht (insel taschenbuch)
Eva Stachniak