Waiting for April

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This is a book that you’d definitely need if you’re in for a slump and romantic sci-fi contemporary. It has everything in it: romance, drama, action, mystery, fanstasy and tragedy *winks* Continue reading “Waiting for April”

The Book Thief Review

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The Book Thief filled me with so much metaphors. I don’t know if it was because of Markus Zusak’s “Narrator” or it was just his plain artistically choosen words that inclined me into falling, much deeper, for every beautifully tailored thought he has ever crafted- which may also mean one thing or another. Continue reading “The Book Thief Review”

Never, Never

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A new book for reading is quite refreshing in mind when you’ve been monochromatic for some time in a row. The series: Never, Never #1, #2, #3 made it a point that I should never bore myself on unnecessary things when I could enjoy indulging on a book instead. Continue reading “Never, Never”

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before & PS. I still Love You

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These past few days I’ve found myself enjoying a duology book written by Ms. Jenny Han: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and PS. I still Love You. The reading was a bit time consuming because I spent a day for each book and it was a two consecutive night duties for me in the hospital so you can bet I was a half walking zombie the whole time. Nonetheless, there is no room for regrets because it’s a worth it story, rating it 8/10.

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Learning through Stories (A Book Review of ‘The Mysterious Benedict Society ‘(Part 1))

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The good thing about books is they do not only share us their stories but also their lessons. And if we only try to understand this, if we only try to dig deeper into this purpose, then I guess, more eyes would read, maybe even the thickest pages. Continue reading “Learning through Stories (A Book Review of ‘The Mysterious Benedict Society ‘(Part 1))”

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

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It is easier said than done.

Just how much moved I am with heartbreaking stories, Me Before You has re-opened my mind to simple life facts that I’ve been seeing blindly all through my life. Also, it taught me lessons: lessons that I so long knew but did not really comprehended.

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