Adventure in the High Seas

The Cloud Leopard’s Daughter  by Deborah Challinor the final in The Smuggler’s Wife series This whole book is about family and adventure, so what the hell is this cover about ? So good a story that I almost missed it out because of the kinda too-romantic-and-too-irrelevant cover. Maybe this cover is about somewhere in Dunedin, […]

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Girls in the Palace

The Selection  by Kiera Cass Audio book read by Amy Rubinate While, the competing tales happen in palace are really popular in China, and the girls in those TV series are fierce enough to get what they want through all possible means, which makes those stories unreal and dramatic on the other side. This novel is […]

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Pursuit of Happiness

The Heart’s Invisible Furies  by John Boyne Judged on things cyril went through, “the world is a fucked-up place “. People die in the end, but still,  things about human dignity and individual sufferings do matter whatsoever.

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Love and Nothing

The Painter’s Daughter  by Julie Klassen Well , just another love novel in which the girl would mass all things up because of indecisive between two men. Come to think of it, seriously,  there aren’t two men to choose actually. Maybe the fact is that I just don’t like those love-and- nothing novels as I used […]

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Life is A Gift

Everything, Everything  by Nicola Yoon Audiobook read by Bahni Turpin Madeline was diagnosed severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), or “bubble baby disease”, thus had to stay inside her own house, for all her life, at lest it seemed that way at the very start. Then sadly or happily or maybe both, it turned out to be a terrible […]

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Dot Dot

All My Friends Are Dead & All My Friends Are Still Dead  by Jory John,Avery Monsen The dinosours are adorable. Look at their eyes, purely funny, aren’t they ?

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Lost details in History

At Home  by Bill Bryson & audiobook read by the author Well this is a truly fascinating and humorous book. I like it and finished the e-book on Kindle during summer vacation. Oddly, the thing that first came to my mind was that how a farmer regreted after burning a whole cave of bats.

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