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Showing posts from February, 2015

To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han Review

Lara Jean Song never thought the private letters she wrote for all the boys she have ever loved would be mailed to their respected recipient. Until one day, one of the boy she wrote a letter for, came up to her about it. From then her world is turned upside down.

Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella Review

For Emma Corrigan, she never though she would see the man, who she spilled out her secrets to on a flight going home, standing before as the company CEO, Jack Harper. Nervously anticipating him to fire her due to her behavior, and poorly performed business meeting. He doesn't, instead he is very friendly from her. They never thought that their life would change for the best after that fateful flight home.

February Book Series Spotlight (B.S.S.): Wallflower Series by Lisa Kleypas

A new section I want to introduce to my blog, where I would discuss about book series I had really enjoyed reading, and it would be called "Book Series Spotlight."

Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella Review

Where am I? What year is it? Those are the questions Lexi Smart,a 28 years-old, asked when she opens her eyes to find herself in a London hospital. She is in shock when she discovered her change in appearance, brand name accessories in her possession, and not to mention she is married to a millionaire. The last memory she recalled is waiting for a taxi in front of a club with friends, which not where she was when she got into an accident. It turns out the accident had caused her to not remember the events of the past three years. She tries to adjust to her current life and at the same time find the missing pieces of her memories. Along the way she meets Jon, who change how she views her life.
I have always wonder what it would be like if books could talk. They would have consist discussion among each other, and readers. The picture above depicts what my books would be shout at me.

REVIEW: The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

Alike many Harry Potter fans, I was thrilled to find out J.K. Rowling had published a new book, which is her first adult book. I didn't know what to expect coming in, except for what the synopsis on the flap of the book said, so it was green light to read. 
The Casual Vacancy is centered around a town named Pagford as they dealt with a death of Barry Fairbrother, city council man. This literally leads to a casual vacancy in the town as they scramble to find a replacement for his empty spot. People of the town would never think an election would change the course of its history.