Let Go

Crossed  by Ally Condie The sequel to Matched and the second book in the Matched trilogy. Cassia  – on a journey to find Ky and the Rising against the Society. Ky – the main character,the potential Pilot Indie –  mysterious, sneaky, and possibly dishonest. Indie wants to find the rebellion and join; this is why she […]

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Brave Kids

I’m finishing all 14 books of this series one by one, fabulous The Baudelaire Orphans, Violet, Klaus, Sunny, they always had each other on each other’s back. Violet Baudelaire is fourteen years old and loves creating amazing inventions; Klaus Baudelaire is twelve and an obsessive reader; Sunny Baudelaire is a clever baby. For the siblings, it’s like having a sailboat in the […]

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To Be Continued

All about books that I started, not finished, yet still deserve a list (mainly for the lovely cover). It’s good to know this list is expending, because it means finally I stopped being the “start then compiled to finish”  stupid me. Women Rowing North – navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing As We Age  by Mary […]

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Romantic Fiction

Never love a highlander  by Maya Banks This is the last part of the McCabe trilogy.I really got myself astonished to find that agaaain I finished reading what I would call a stupid ( always love) novel from the very beginning till the end. I don’t like stupid and male chauvinistic books. When girls say they don’t like a […]

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When words swirling around

Out of my mind  by Sharon. M. Draper Melody, the girl who never got included in anything, who could identify oceans of words but all of them stuck inside. Mrs. V Ollie the goldfish Penny the little sister When cool things really happened, when the dream came true, things change, worse is , not all of them controllable […]

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Humanity

The Giver by Lois Lowry This book belongs to the ones that once begin, I can read all the way through ending. The cover of this book was confusing at first, but when finished through it,  the clues would be clearer. It cannot be classified precisely as a science fiction or an anti-utopia. It seems more as a warning for attention for […]

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Slow Down

The Gifts of Imperfection – Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are  by by Brene Brown Avoid 6 types of friends who heard our shame stories, honor our struggle or things like that. There’re factors of resilient people: they are resourceful and have good problem-solving skills; they are more likely to seek […]

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