Book Review | Warcross by Marie Lu

Are you a gamer? And do you love when you play a game? We all sometimes had been through that time, that obsession and desired to win in a game. While our mind just focused on our objectives and unattached with the real wordl. Well this book combine it all, the teamwork between member, the romance and most important, the pleasure and burning desire to be a winner. I have a feeling that today its gonna be a one fine day cause I’ll be writing about two of the many fave things I love to do. Writing about book and writing about games. 😀

Warcross by Marie Lu | Publisher : G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers | English with 353 Pages | Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy

 

First Impression

Oh, another my fave color are on a book cover, just look at the design, it was just so nerd but glamorous thing ever. Lets see the summary, oh it was about a hacker trying to hack the world number one game, instead of being punished they hired her instead. Wait! Is a she! (grinning), okay, this book gonna be on my bucket. View Full Post “Book Review | Warcross by Marie Lu”

Book Review | Little One by Timothy G

There is nothing can beat a ghost story and this one my friend had it own vibes. I get an e-copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.

Author : Timothy G. Huguenin | Published by Unknown | Genre : Horror, mystery, thriller, paranormal | 168 pages (epub version) | English

Summary

Death is cold.

Kelsea Stone can’t remember her childhood, and frankly, she doesn’t really care. She’s doing fine on her own in L.A. without any family to tie her down. But when she finds out her estranged birth parents have died and left her their house in Canaan Valley, West Virginia, she discovers more than just an inheritance waiting for her in the mountains. An angry presence lingers there, and it won’t rest until it has had its revenge.

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Book Review | Girl On Point by Cheryl Guerriero

The girl who joins gang to find her sister murderer. I get this book from Red Adept Publishing in exchange for a honest review.

Author: Cheryl Guerriero | Published by Red Adept Publishing | English | Genre : Crime, Thriller, Drama | Rating : ★★★☆☆

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Book Review | The Muse by Jessie Burton

I’m out of words in reviewing this book, its not that this book does not caught my attention, but how good it left me wordless. I’ve been thinking to come back later after I found the right words to explain but I’m afraid that I’ll be forgetting how its actually make me feel, so this was written scratch from deep of my heart.

It was not entirely unease feeling or even satisfying, its kinda mix of both, floating on its very own space. The only group of words that I can give towards this book is how intimate and gripping story it have in features.

Publisher : Picador | Author : Jessie Burton | English | 464 Pages, Paperback | Genre : Hystorical, Fiction, Mystery

Rating : ★★★★☆

First Impression

I’ve been eyeing this book since it had been published. Not only because how lovely the cover is but how actually the summary was written. I’ve been locked into this book by the word ‘When a lost masterpiece arrives at the gallery.’. Its like reading mystery from some parts of history. This book is delicious in every chapter. View Full Post “Book Review | The Muse by Jessie Burton”

Book Review of The History of Hilary Hambrushina by Mernie Lamb | Worth The Second Chance For A DNF Book

THIS WERE THE BOOK THAT I”VE GIVEN SECOND CHANCE AFTER DNF it for real! Because its worth it. :’D

Publisher : Iguana Books | Author : Marnie Lamb | Goodreads Summary | Genre: Young Adult Contemporary | E book Format got from NetGalley | 193 Pages | English | Rating : ★★★★★

Wait, let me rearrange this words (on my mind) to explain this book that made me rates them 5/5 star.

Well, it has a moral value (checked),

it was real as intimate in real life (checked)

and IT MADE ME CRY AND WANT TO SWALLOW IT (super checked!)

I was actually DNF the book after reading like first 10 chapters because it was too childish and so naive, it does not meet my expectation in curiosity or even thrilling along the way. But then, this one night I was so bored and decide to give this particular book a second chance by reckon on how Mernie writes this book, it was supposed to be a light reading… but then..

WRONG AND I’M SO TOTALLY WRONG!

The process was just so beautifully twisted and now I love every bit of it!

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