Book Series Review : Wintersong Duology by S. Jae-Jones

I finally finished this series! I have the first book in Indonesian and I keep waiting for Indonesian publisher to published the sequel but there are no recent news about this series༼ಢ_ಢ༽ Then I decided to purchase both in English and start reading them because I can't wait to read how this'll end! 1. Wintersong … Continue reading Book Series Review : Wintersong Duology by S. Jae-Jones

Book Review : Don’t Blink by James Patterson

Truthfully, I'm quite nervous to read this book. I've read James Patterson's before and it's AMAZING. He immediately jumped up to one of my favourite thriller authors list. Then, out of excitement, I read another work of his and I couldn't believe I DNF the book like "Is this the same author I read back … Continue reading Book Review : Don’t Blink by James Patterson

Book Review : Beach Read by Emily Henry

For the start, I do not favour much romance genre. But I literally seen this book flying everywhere and ALWAYS with good, positive review. Months ago, I read a romance book that I ended up liking more than I've ever expected. Probably that's my one and only favourite romance novel I've ever love so far. … Continue reading Book Review : Beach Read by Emily Henry

Book Series Review : Three Dark Crowns Series by Kendare Blake

This series. I don't even know where to start. Basically, this series hold some special place inside my heart. First, because Three Dark Crowns is one of my few earliest book when I started reading outside my comfort zone genre *cough* thriller *cough* But aside from Three Dark Crowns and One Dark Throne, I haven't … Continue reading Book Series Review : Three Dark Crowns Series by Kendare Blake

Book Review : Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben

I was absolutely attracted to this book since the first look! And I am quite invested with the book right after reading the blurb. Right then and there, I think probably nothing could go wrong with the book. Therefore, immediate bought and immediate read *throwing the rest of my TBR away* Genre : Thriller, Mystery … Continue reading Book Review : Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben

Book Series Review : The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater

Truthfully, the blurb did not quite get my attention. Maybe because I do not fancy reading paranormal  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ But hang in there guys. I couldn't resist the urge to read this series because wow! the rating. If you go straight into Goodreads, please do search more about this series. Pay attention to the rating. I'm … Continue reading Book Series Review : The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater

Book Review : Strangers by C. L. Taylor

I have read C. L. Taylor before aaaaand I'm just curious about this one! Genre : Thriller, Mystery Page : 334 pages Published : 2nd April 2020 Ursula, Gareth and Alice have never met before. Ursula thinks she killed the love of her life. Gareth’s been receiving strange postcards. And Alice is being stalked. None … Continue reading Book Review : Strangers by C. L. Taylor

Book Review : Silent Suspect by Kerry Wilkinson

The title caught my eyes! Genre : Thriller, Mystery Page : 316 pages Published : 14th January 2019 It started with a phone call. Just one word – ‘Jessica’ – and now Detective Inspector Jessica Daniel has a big problem. Her missing friend, Bex, called from a battered seaside payphone and yet, by the time … Continue reading Book Review : Silent Suspect by Kerry Wilkinson

Should We Only Read Educational or Self-Improvement Books?

Most people who know me, be it strangers I just met, new meet friends or even life long friends who have learned that I love to read, will stay in the bookish topic for a while with conversation that goes like this: •First scenario→ Them: "Oh! So you love to read! I love to read … Continue reading Should We Only Read Educational or Self-Improvement Books?

Book Review : The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

This one have been on my TBR for so long and I'm so excited to start this! Genre : Horror Page : 317 pages Published : 11th February 2014 West Hall, Vermont, has always been a town of strange disappearances and old legends. The most mysterious is that of Sara Harrison Shea, who, in 1908, … Continue reading Book Review : The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon