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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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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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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

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All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

“When I lost my sight, Werner, people said I was brave. When my father left, people said I was brave. But it is not bravery; I have no choice. I wake up and live my life. Don’t you do the same?” When I first start to hear the buzz of the book, how there are… Continue reading All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

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The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

When you finished reading TFIOS, you’ll sorted into two kinds of people. The one that will give definitely five stars or above! (yes above) and the one that will give one star and even zero! It is rare to find someone who gives middle rating for this book. I respect all the opinion.Nevertheless, I belong… Continue reading The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

It is universally known that reading can be a good escape from our tough life. Yet, reading is more than that. Reading is the only way we can live in different situation, in different person’s mind, yet sometimes we still can relate to them. Since I am not an English native, the term “classic” somehow… Continue reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen