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Geez, it been bajillion years ago since I sit down and just writing for my blog. As you probably noticed, I keep posting book reviews or books related post on here. Which is okay, because that’s one of the reason why I created this blog. But I want my blog to be some kind of diary that I can look back, not just about book you know. It’s not like I don’t have anything to write, trust me, I have tons of topic list I want to write for this blog. I even pre-writting some of them on my notebook. Like I wanna talk about why I don’t trust pet shop to take care of my cats, talk about my driving lesson experience, my current obsession, things that i love, or simply what’s happening in my life. But, I just can’t get my butt off Pet Rescue Saga and Youtube. Every time I want to open my wordpress page to post something, I go to those two sites instead :( .
Juliette Laredo never meant to leave an impression on anyone, but in a city of constantly intertwining lives, her impact is greater than she knows. On the brink of deciding to return to a stable career as a mental health counselor or follow her passion as a pastry chef, Juliette’s worries surface when she is faced with a life changing opportunity. (Goodreads)
Yep. I bring it back. This post is about all the books that I’ve read in April & May. And its going to be a long one. Continue reading
Rate: 4 out of 5 stars. I loved, enjoyed it, and would love to recommend this to everyone!
First of all, can we talk about the cover? It’s so pretty and I love it.
I always thought the term “true love never dies” is bullshit. After all, nothing last forever because in the end we all are gonna die, right? But I never really thinking what happened after we all die? Where are we going next? Either straight to hell or heaven?
The Waiting Room follows Jude, who dies in a car accident, and find himself wake up in The Waiting Room, place where all the souls waiting to go on to their next life, except Jude. He spent his entire time there watching his wife Nina through a window, until one day he learns that he’s the only one who ever wait that long. How long will he stay? Would Nina join him there? What happened when she did?
I love the whole afterlife concept that Alysha Kaye created, because it looks so ‘normal’ and so ‘human’. The Waiting Room is a light, fun reading that comes with great message behind it. I read it like one day. It totally answered my question about true love ;)
Thank you to the author who gave me the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. The Waiting Room will comes out on July 1st 2014 and it will available to purchase on Amazon. So don’t forget to go get your copy!
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Yep. I did it. Again.
I bought like errmmm, seven books in May? So I had to rearrange it to make spaces. I did quite a good job on that. Be sure to check my book hauls probably this week? I don’t know. Because I still have to wait the other four books to arrived.
See you! :*
Can I say thanks to Kristen Stewart? Because without her I would never have read this book, ever . So, Still Alice by Lisa Genova is the book that would become a movie, and Kristen Stewart is in it. She would be Lydia — Alice’s daughter.
I am one of those people who can’t get themselves to reading classics. For me personally, it because I’m intimidated by the language or how chunky they are. Also I never have to read classics in school because its not a part of education here in my country. Having a mom as an English teacher most people would think I’ve read all the classics books out there. Welp I wish. Continue reading