Hi there! This is my first time doing this tag and I’m very much excited about it. It’s already July and we’re halfway through 2020. Whew! Time sure flies. So far in 2020, I’ve read 41 books and it has exceeded my initial Goodreads goal, which I’m super glad about! Out of 41 books, 30 … More Doing My First Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag! || Year 2020
House of Koi Author: Lilian Li Publisher: New Degree Press Released: December 2nd, 2019 Genre: Young Adult, Fiction Pages: 400 Format: Paperback Characters: Mila Chu, Sean (Xian), Popo (Grandma), Jane, Ming, … House of Koi follows Mila as she strives to reconcile the person she became in an effort to fit into her American international school … More House of Koi: My Childhood Memories || A Book Review
Last Tang Standing (ARC) Author: Lauren Ho Publisher: HarperCollins Released: June 11th, 2020 Genre: Fiction, Romance, Chick Lit Pages: 416 Format: e-ARC (Netgalley UK) Characters: Andrea Tang, Linda, Eric Deng, Melissa, Suresh, … At thirty-three, Andrea Tang is living the dream: she has a successful career as a lawyer, a posh condo, and a clutch of fun-loving … More Last Tang Standing: Unpopular Opinions Alert || A Book Review
Hello there! So, here’s another special post for new readers out there, especially to my Malaysian readers who are wondering how does one review books, what to say in the review and to those who have some doubts regarding saying out their thoughts and opinions out loud, this post is for you. What? What is … More Book Reviewing: A Guide || What? How? and Why?
Clap When You Land (ARC) Author: Elizabeth Acevedo Publisher: Quill Tree Books Released: May 5th, 2020 Genre: Young Adult, Novel In-Verse Pages: 432 Format: e-ARC (Edelweiss) Characters: Camino, Yahaira, … Camino Rios lives for the summers when her father visits her in the Dominican Republic. But this time, on the day when his plane is supposed … More Clap When You Land (ARC)|| A Book Review
Bangkok Wakes To Rain Author: Pitchaya Sudbanthad Publisher: Sceptre Released: August 8th, 2019 Genre: Historical Fiction Pages: 416 Format: Paperback Characters: Sammy, Nee, Nok, Pig, Mai, Clyde, Phineas, … A missionary doctor pines for his native New England even as he succumbs to the vibrant chaos of nineteenth-century Siam. A post-World War II society woman marries, … More Bangkok Wakes To Rain: I’m Still Unclear About It || A Book Review
Sesuatu Yang Hilang Author: Anna Lee Publisher: Prolog Media Released: 2020 Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Pages: 422 Format: Paperback Characters: Mikha, Ben, Ibra, Nora, Nayan, Shuwan, … Malay “HIKMAH ATAU BENCANA?” Bagi Mikha Mikhail kehidupannya sudah sempurna.Ada ibu yang menyayanginya; dapat bekerja di syarikat idamannya dan ada dua orang BFF yang sehati sejiwa. Namun, semuanya berubah pada … More Sesuatu Yang Hilang || A Book Review / Ulasan Buku
Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets and Advice for Living Your Best Life Author: Ali Wong Publisher: Canongate Books Released: April 27th, 2018 Genre: Nonfiction, Memoir/ Biography Pages: 240 Format: Hardcover Ali Wong’s heartfelt and hilarious letters to her daughters (the two she put to work while they were still in utero), covering everything they need to … More Dear Girls: Gross, Funny and Emotional || A Book Review
Welcome to the first post of the Blogram Tour for Jai Patel‘s debut novel Escape From Happy Palace, hosted by Untitled Book Club. I’m so excited for this blog tour, because this might just be the very first blog tour for a local book! This tour is taking place on both blog and Instagram (hence … More Escape From Happy Palace Blogram Tour|| A Book Review & Get To Know Manglish!
Penumpang Author: Fee Anyau Publisher: Buku FIXI Released: April 27th, 2018 Genre: Fiction, Mystery Pages: 302 Format: E-book Characters: Jai, Eddi, Nina, Kay, John, … Malay Jai dihantar helaian jurnal sahabatnya Eddi yang mati membunuh diri. Dalam jurnalnya, Eddi telah menceritakan pengalamannya sebagai penumpang bas. Bagi Eddi, menumpang bas merupakan rutin yang membebaskan jiwanya. Dalam usaha untuk … More Penumpang: It Went Downhill in the Second Half || A Book Review