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All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven Book Review

Author: Jennifer Niven Publisher: Penguin Australia Release Date: January 6th, 2015 Genres: Contemporary, Romance, YA Pages: 384 Source: ebook Eleanor and Park collides with The Fault in Our Stars turning into a breathtaking story about a girl who strive to survive and a boy who in a constant need to die. I’ve read this a… Continue reading All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven Book Review

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10 Books You Should Read That Will Makes You Love Reading

Hello everyone. Lately i’ve been receiving a quite massive books recomendation requests from my friends. They asked me to make a list of good books that will encourage their reading habbit. They really want to love to read, but unfortunately they haven’t found a book that they can’t put down. I know that recommending books… Continue reading 10 Books You Should Read That Will Makes You Love Reading

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Dunction Wood by William Horwood Book Review

It is like a fable, but it is not a fable. This is the first book which the use animals as its main character, and I definitely love this first series of a trilogy. I request this book and surprisingly happy when I am accepted. So here is my review. The story is about a… Continue reading Dunction Wood by William Horwood Book Review

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Golden Hill by Francis Spufford Book Review

Recently, I’ve been listening to some 80s music so then this idea came to my mind: “I need to read a novel set in 80s”! then here I am looking at the classy cover on NetGalley and after reading a brief description about it, I request it. I thought I would not be accepted because… Continue reading Golden Hill by Francis Spufford Book Review

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Q&A with Reesha Goral, Author of The Servant Boy

Hello, everyone. I’m featuring a debut author interview which could be a great resource for future writers and readers. As for writers, the interview would give you some insight and inspiration from a successful author. For the readers, it could give you much information before reading The Servant Boy and also determine whether you would… Continue reading Q&A with Reesha Goral, Author of The Servant Boy

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Servant Boy by Reesha Goral Book Review

I feel superb! Just finished reading The Servant Boy. The author gave me the electronic copy (ARC) and as a return, I will give my honest opinion about the book. So here is what happen in the book. Synopsis in goodreads: The Servant Boy highlights the adventures of Zayne Shah, a young man who lives… Continue reading Servant Boy by Reesha Goral Book Review