Hi, Anxiety by Kat Kinsman | Book Review

My Review I pick up a good book during a bad day to read. As the mental health awareness month almost ended, I randomly pick this one out to read. I finished it within a couple of days and oh boy, I am triggered! obviously I do. because I have anxiety too. So, Kat Kinsman,Continue reading “Hi, Anxiety by Kat Kinsman | Book Review”

The Ghost Bride by YangSze Choo | Book Review

“The problem with the dead was that they all wanted someone to listen to them”

Britt-Marie Was Here by Fredrik Backman | Book Review

“At a certain age almost all the questions a person asks him or herself are really just about one thing: how should you live your life?” “One morning you wake up with more life behind you than in front of you, not being able to understand how it’s happened.” MY REVIEW 💭It is breaking myContinue reading “Britt-Marie Was Here by Fredrik Backman | Book Review”

An Ocean Of Grey by Kamalia Hasni | Book Review

I could find peace in an ocean of all the shades of the colour grey

The Only Child by Mi Ae-So | Book Review

“I shouldn’t have gone in, even if the locks were open. But curiosity got the better of me and I went inside. And I realized. That I had opened the door to hell.”

For One More Day by Mitch Albom | Book Review

“Children forget that sometimes. They think of themselves as a burden instead of wish granted”. “When someone is in your heart, they’re never truly gone. they can come back to you, even at unlikely times”.

The Foundling by Stacey Halls | Book Review

“It is much easier to make good men wise, than to make bad me”.

Of Curses And Kisses by Sandhya Menon | Book Review

“Love make you feel ill, like you’re being tossed about on a stormy sea. It steal your sleep and make you feel like your insides are on fire” -Grey Emerson MY REVIEW Once, an Emerson stole a Ruby from the Rao and they were cursed for it. It was said the last heir would beContinue reading “Of Curses And Kisses by Sandhya Menon | Book Review”

Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie | Book Review

MY REVIEW This brilliant and fascinating book deserves not less than 5 stars rating for me especially the when it comes to the ending. This time, the detective, M. Poirot, left us with two theory and the theory that was chosen at the end is very generous as it did the justice to the murderer(s).Continue reading “Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie | Book Review”

I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai | Book Review

“With all the bad stuff going on in those days, we needed small, small reasons to love laugh”. – Malala Yousafzai MY REVIEW I Am Malala, the girl who stood up for education and was shot by the taliban. First of all, I am ashamed to called this taliban group of people as Muslim, becauseContinue reading “I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai | Book Review”

Diary Of A Murderer And Other Stories by Kim Young-Ha | Book Review

MY REVIEW I did not realised at first it was a collection of four short stories. I definitely would have given 4 stars for the first short stories, which is the longest one. The title of this book was taken from the first story, Diary of A Murderer. It follows an old serial killer, aContinue reading “Diary Of A Murderer And Other Stories by Kim Young-Ha | Book Review”

Kim JiYoung, Born 1982 by Cho Nam Joo | Book Review

MY REVIEW It is ashameful relatable for me who first-handedly had experienced some of the so-called-humiliations and unfairness of being born as a girl and growing up as a woman. Especially of getting a higher education and of pregnancy. Why is it a woman fault if she cannot bear even one or more children? WhyContinue reading “Kim JiYoung, Born 1982 by Cho Nam Joo | Book Review”

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides | Book Review

“Unexpressed emotions will never die. they are burried alive, and will come forth later, in uglier ways” – Sigmund Freud It started when the police found Alicia, a gun in her hand, her husband Gabriel shot five times in the face and since then she never spoke a word. Alicia life seemingly perfect. Loving husband,Continue reading “The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides | Book Review”

The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley | Book Review

“You meet life head on and try and fight it and control it. Just a little too much, sometimes”. – Clare Pooley Lets not talk about the main character(s) but rather the main object from this book, which is a BOOK called The Authenticity Project, written by Julian, a 79 y.o man that turns outContinue reading “The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley | Book Review”

: 59 Seconds. Think a Little Change A Lot by Professor Richard Wiseman | Book Review

“We all get used to what we have very quickly. Buying a new car or bigger house provides a short-term feel-good boost, but we quickly become accustomed to it and sink back to our pre-purchase level of joy. Thanks to our capacity to adapt to ever greater fame and fortune, yesterday’s luxuries can soon becomeContinue reading “: 59 Seconds. Think a Little Change A Lot by Professor Richard Wiseman | Book Review”

The Genius of Woman by Janice Kaplan | Book Review

“It’s time that we change our perspective, to see and consider woman’s talents in a new way”. – Janice Kaplan Have we known many genius women? We knew Albert Enstein, Da Vinci and many other men geniuses. But we have not been much exposed to these intelligent women. The author tells stories by using uniqueContinue reading “The Genius of Woman by Janice Kaplan | Book Review”

How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee | Book Review

“There is wanting and there is a kind of waiting drenched in hope”. – Jing-Jing Lee It’s been a long time since I have read historical fiction and this one is really captivating yes gruesome story, reminding me of my grandmother’s story about her life during the Japanese occupation a long time ago before MalaysiaContinue reading “How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee | Book Review”

The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor| Book Review

“My life had measured Itself in moments, in days, and in months, but my best magic nothing. I, like the universe, was called, timeless and ever-expanding”. The story was told from a first-person point of view, the faceless woman herself. It follows the faceless old woman who secretly lives in people houses. She goes aroundContinue reading “The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor| Book Review”

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