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  • 📖Book Review : Purnama by Tey Marzuki
Language : Malay
Genre : Mystery, Time Travel, Classic, Fantasy, Romance❤️
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The first book (Sindrom) is a retelling of Musang Berjanggut, a Malaysian classic story. It got so much potential, the plot, the malay and everything. Since this is a retelling, so based on my reading on ACOTAR, DO NOT rely so much on the first book, the real adventure start from the second one.
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Though I usually give high stars to plot twist, but this book received the highest rate for the language, the kind of retelling that you crave by seeing Malay Classic Movie such as Musang Berjanggut, Bawang Merah Bawang Putih, Batu Belah Batu Bertangkup, the kind of story that you know you'll enjoy and crave even after thousands of view.
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The second book, the language, the writing was just so on point 💯. The writer able to make you dont feel that awkward reading some classical malay, its just so smooth, it was like you live with it all this time, its in you, you know the words. There are no reason to feel outsider. .
The story is not that typical malay romantic story, tho the plot slightly cliche but the impact.. Aww the impact was so direct into my heart, I burst into tears for multiple reasons from this book. Thanks @teymarzuki
for the wonderful book, I even come out with darker side of this story 😂, but nay, it was a happy ending so no fear of being heart broken.
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🌹Rating :5/5🌟
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QOTD : Any retelling malay folklore book did you ever read? Tell me on the comment section below. 😍
#dearnovel #teymarzuki #readingmuslimah
  • QOTD: If the world is just too hard to bear, would you live in your imagination instead?
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I've finished my read on Purnama (2nd book of Sindrom) and have some moment of pause. The book was so good and Im drowning with tears at the last page. I've been writing a complete review of it on Goodreads.
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The second book left something on me, a thing that its hard to explain. If and only if we see it from other perspective, Afifah is actually a trouble and sad girl, and maybe a bit of herself was in Maheswari (which turn out to be the girl that Afifah dont want herself to be) . If only that was happen. I dont know, thats only my own theory, the book have various intrepretation depends on the reader 😉. (tulah terlalu banyak baca buku misteri aku ni, kah kah).
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If you want to find out how I feel about Purnama by Tey Marzuki, check out my Goodreads review, indeed a recommended book. A type of book who welcome you like an old friend, give you warm hug and tell you sad story that will make you burst into tears.
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#teymarzuki #sindrom #dearnovel
  • Since their establish on 2018, the local library is always my fave space to read and simply exploring some new books. Its quite impressive actually, the library may seems smalls but everyday I went I always discover some new books. Do you experience the same in your local library? 😁
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Featuring in the video
+ My diet breakfast 😜😜
+ Floating Mosque Sabah
+ The front open book architecture building of the library
+ I accidentally call the book as dictionary 😂
+ 3rd floor is always my fave nook to read, ponder and explore
+ Paper & Ink Cafe on the G floor
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Do you like the video? Which is your fave part?
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Do you have any suggestion on what I should add on future video like this? Please dont hesitate to comment below 😍
  • QOTD: What is the name of a non fiction book that change you the most?
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"Be the master of your own image rather than letting others define it for you." - Law 25, Recreate Yourself.
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"The ending is everything" - Law 29, Plan all the way to the end.
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"Avoid the temptation of revealing how hard you work, it only raises questions." - Law 30, Make your accomplishment seem effortless.
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Every word of this book seems so true and seems so promising, have you read it? What do you think?
  • Entry for#FLREPSEARCH.
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Hello @fairyloot ! Im Eyqa (@thehundredpages) from Sabah, Malaysia. 2020 gonna be my fourth year as a bookstagrammer, I love this community and I learn a lot from it, I explore many genre, found things that's not usually my forte but turn out I like it and most of all, I acquire many friends who shares the same passions as me, backup each other when it comes to the community and thats wonderful!
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Its been my dream since the first I saw your boxes that I want to be partner up with you. You've been doing amazing things showing that reading should be very fun and not bored like what other people think of. Here, much love for you ♥️💕♥️💕♥️💕♥️💕
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Thank you for the opportunity and all your hardwork for the reading community. Please continue the great works and creating value for reader ☺️.
  • 🌼Book Review🌼
Pan's Labyrinth by Guilermore del Toro & Cornelia Flake ❤️
💗First finished book of the year! Yeash🎉
Genre: Horror, Fantasy Fiction, War, Darkness
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QOTD : Book inspired by movie? Yay or nay? 🌼
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I've been a fan of the movie though, the darkness fell on a little girl life but that does not take away her imagination world as she actually a long lost princess of the Underworld Kingdom.
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The storyline is the same as the movie but in more deep, deeeepp view, likee so deep you know. You'll know why a character do what they do in the movie and all of it make sense. That 'oh thats what actually happens' kind of reactions.
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The authors also include some background mini story which is darker yet have their own lesson depend on the reader interpretation.
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Thank you @tbntbooks for featuring this book on their podcast! If not I'll never know it exist.
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Also doing tag #ubcjanuaryphotochallenge20 : Cute character you want to cuddle! Of course I want to cuddle Ofelia despite how hard the world throw lemon at her, come on she just a child and deserve to be care!
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Rating:5/5⭐ 🎉🎉🎉