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  • Book Review📖
The Boy Who Steal Houses, The Girl Who Steals His Heart by CG Drews (@paperfury) ---
This book, well the title have been summarized it altogether. And now im crying! A-G-A-I-N
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What paperfury writes basically about a damaged kids dealing with earthlings without living out what it means to be one and only Paper Fury. This book make you cries and smiling for the next blink. A mixture of the Weasley twins but in her own aesthetic way (surely if you follow her IG and blog you'll understand how bright person she is) .
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The second thing I would like to have a word about this book was the cover. Yellow and blue just so well mixed together and omg im crying again. It was an emotional  reading.
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The character development just so taken care of, the dark, the bright and even the normal character were all well balanced in this pieces. And I just so in love with the gag pulled out in this book, it was so happy, natural and light just as a entertain and fresh it would be. Thanks for making my day more brighter! ---
Therefore my rate : 5🌟
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QOTD : Most fave damaged character that makes you wanna hug and keep them inside your pocket which is nice and warm?
  • Sempena memasuki bulan kawin kawin (ogos-dec). Ayuhlah kita post gambar unboxing buku @imanpublication ❤️
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Sapa dah baca angkat tangan? 😁
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I have the funniest dialogue today. It happen when I text my bff to invite her as my photograph
assistant for our other bff reception. Well, orang kampung bilang, kawin lah juga kan tu reception. Only my other friend think dia kawin kali kedua, sbb nikahnya sudah lepas. Then she said 'Dia kawin sudah kali kedua, kitani jak blum terkahwin'
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Guess what guys? 'Kerna ku selow, sangat selow, sungguh selow, tetap selow, santai dan tetap santai, jodoh gak akan kemana 😂'
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We may think we already messed thing up, but its all like just what Allah have planned for us. Sabar and tetap mengaut ilmu tentang rumah tangga. One of my fave author and reference semestinya ustaz Pahrol sebab gaya bahasa lemah dan lembut, direct to heart, jaranglah baca nukilan ustaz Pahrol tanpa berkaca mata. 💕
  • QOTD : Buku retelling cerita klasik melayu yang korang pernah baca?
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[Book Review] Sindrom by Tey Marzuki.
Publisher : DearNovel.
Genre : Fantasi Fiksyen, Penceritaan Semula, Ilmu Perubatan 😎
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Bacaan paling pilu aku baca abad ini. Sindrom mengisahkan tentang seorang doktor perempuan yang tercampak ke zaman silam iaitu Afifah. Di negeri Panca Sakti dia mgikuti pengembaraan mencari permaisuri Sang Raja Muda, tapi we all know, she'll not only find that, but a love of her own. Persoalannya, mampukah cinta itu bertahan. Yet, not your typical malay romance story 😋.
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Buku ini lebih daripada retelling, details tentang kepakaran Afifah just so on point. Bukan hanya watak di dalam yang menerima benefitsnya, jelas aku juga turut sama mengaut ilmu dari perwatakan Afifah sebagai doktor. Yet, not your typical malay fiction 😋
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But, bit straightforward and lack of element of suprises that I give this book 4/5⭐. Definitely coming back into this book for reference. 😊 Well done to the author 👍 #teymarzuki #sindrom
  • QOTD : Have you read a 1000 pages of books before?
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I think that I'll not read other material other than this for July 😅. For three days just managed with 90 pages. The words was small and I need time do adjust into the writing styles but now Im enjoying it! Like everything about LOTR the movie playing virtually in my mind, no wonder how people said that this book just the best trilogy on that era and its evergreen! .
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Might want to share my editing routine for book photographs, whos up for that? 😁
  • Hello guys, this gonna be my first IGTV and super excited about it but am truly am sorry for the video quality as im gonna make it as fast as possible. I also elaborate why and any particular reason that I bought that book, also I stated the price there in case you wanna know about it. And please enjoy it despite how terrible my english and malay will be. Haha. 🤣
  • QOTD : Have you ever read a book that was more like a movie?
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An emotionally charged story of music, abuse and, ultimately, hope. Beck hates his life. He hates his violent mother. He hates his home. Most of all, he hates the piano that his mother forces him to play hour after hour, day after day. He will never play as she did before illness ended her career and left her bitter and broken. But Beck is too scared to stand up to his mother, and tell her his true passion, which is composing his own music - because the least suggestion of rebellion on his part ends in violence. When Beck meets August, a girl full of life, energy and laughter, love begins to awaken within him and he glimpses a way to escape his painful existence. But dare he reach for it.
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Finally my contemporary reading crave is satisfied! I love everything about this book, is like casually reading @paperfury sites all over again.
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Half part of this book the reader been introduce into the Mutter - the abusive, Beck - the introvert pianist, Joey - his sweet and half monster 5 year old sister (who also get suspended from preschool - and thats one funny) and also August - the girl who actually born on July.
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This book have all the rainbows of life such as the dark, the sweet also the hope for the future no matter how odds will it be. I love the characters, the inner obligations and I could not find any flaw in this book like it was been written to satisfy my reading crave 😂.
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Beck is an introvert and dont know how to make friend until his teacher put August as his partner for an assignment, and that girl will never leave him alone - until she get what she want. Beck also swallow all her mother command/wants so the abuse doesnt go into his lovingly sister. This book about family, friendship and of course love. I cant get my head thinking about 'Then Came You' movie except nobody dead on this book 🤣.
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Well then I'm rating it full 5⭐ cause for the darkness but also for the fun and sweetness this book bring.