Hello guys, have a wonderful day especially in this Ramadhan Kareem. As im strolling my blog to gather new blogpost ideas then my eyes stopped on the words NetGalley, why not to publish a post about it right?
My first experience with this kind of thing were resulted from hanging out on Fatina’s blog and also discovered afterwards that Rasya’s blog also have the same Net Galley button. So I search for the netgalley thingy and gosh as a book lover I feel like yeah this is what we are made for! Reviewing and influencing other on reading more books – this thing is my thing right?
Its really been awhile since my last book review and now to literally writing this make me a lil bit nervous. The book series that I’ve been raving and fangirling a lot with Fatina (only she does not read it yet..) hehe. So, I received my copy of ACOWAR from Bookaliciousmy Instagram and look on how gorgeous this book’s cover was!
“Remember that you are a wolf. And you cannot be cages”
ACOWAR was the third book from ACOTAR & ACOMAF series. I’ve been waiting this series like forever from last year and Alhamdulillah I have read and witness the powerful choice of words from SJM her self, the naughty, talented author. Thank you for a very wonderful mouth drolling books.
As a fan of plot twisting books therefore I announce that this post gonna be a non spoiler review. Feel free to read this till the end with guilty free.
I realise I havent completely honest on my review. Okay guys, lets be prompt and kind of serious here. You all must notice that I have huge collection of yummilicious books that I’ve been raving along my post telling people how much I love the plots and the authors. But guys, here’s the ugly truth. I’ve not been telling you the entire true about what that book shall be about. What am trying to say is, if you are the kind of people who are sensitive with some issues then here are the list that you should have known before reading the book that I have recommend.
Note : I am a girl who love to read what others had recommended, and also most of my reference was from other side of the country, so the sensitivity does not been elaborate so much hence I’ve been reading the book without knowing whats its all about (plot hunter does not like the spoiler), but as a dedicated blogger towards all my reader that varies from 15-30 y/o girls then I find the need to address this sensitive issues. View Full Post “5 Books I’ve Read That Should Be Labelled 18+”→
This are the time that I am very exhausted but I have this mingling words playing in my head screaming ‘Let Me Out!’ so desperately. So here you go, a honest and non spoiler review for one of the most emotional book I ever read. Heart ripping story most told.. ever.
But I can understand now why people read, why they like to get lost in somebody else’s life. Sometimes I’ll read a sentence and it will make me sit up, jolt me, because it is something that I recently felt but never said out loud.
First Impression & Summary
I never had an Ahern book before so I dive in for the try and turn out that I’ll never regret myself from reading this book. Bought it because of the pink colour of course since I have so many black book cover and never had a pink.