Heart broken, Eyes opened (A Review on Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner)

For some reasons (which basically include tons of office work and the inability to write this review immediately due to broken heart), it’s been a loooooong time since I last wrote a review, and to be honest, I missed it so baaad, so here it is. Rating: 5/5 I’ve been warned. Many of my friends … More Heart broken, Eyes opened (A Review on Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner)

Lost connection (A Review on Jenny Han’s Summer Trilogy)

This would be the first time that I would review a trilogy as a whole. This does not have anything to do with my mood or my time (somehow). I decided to write a single review for the three books because I cannot look at just one–the three books are connected. I believe, it would … More Lost connection (A Review on Jenny Han’s Summer Trilogy)

Old Review 5 (On Jennifer Smith’s ‘The Geography of You and Me’)

  Rating: 3/5 Well, one star because it is not that cliche and the funny transitions between chapters. Another star for giving me the kind of feeling that I am looking for in a romantic YA fiction (Well, Jennifer Smith never failed to give me that feeling even in the most cliche-est way hahaha). Half … More Old Review 5 (On Jennifer Smith’s ‘The Geography of You and Me’)

Prime (A review on Paulo Giordano’s ‘The Solitude of Prime Numbers’)

Hi! Well, I think it took me a long time to review this book because (1) works are piling up so what can I do and (2) I was afraid to go back to the feeling the book gave me so I just had to let the intense feels pass for a while. But then, … More Prime (A review on Paulo Giordano’s ‘The Solitude of Prime Numbers’)

Advisory :)

Hi! I’ll be posting my review on Paulo Giordano’s The Solitude of Prime Numbers (still busy at work haha) soon. But for now, I’ll just be posting old (but not outdated!!!) reviews from my Goodreads account. So watch out for that. Thank you!! Have a great day ahead 😀

(Old Review 3) On John Green’s ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

(This review is also two years old now just like the others. But my perception of this book, ever after the movie, never changed since the moment I read this, so basically, you can trust that my heart is still here right now.) Rating: 3/5 Well, honestly, I have already read a story similar to … More (Old Review 3) On John Green’s ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

Unforgettable Date (Review on Colleen Hoover’s November 9)

​ Rating: 3/5 One star for the shivers, pain, and smiles it gave me everytime Fallon and Ben interact. Another star for the way CoHo translated love into words. I cannot explain how vivid she narrated the love between these two people (and actually the pain and all the feelings that go with it). Another … More Unforgettable Date (Review on Colleen Hoover’s November 9)

Made me crazy ([Very emotional] review on Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places)

Rating: 4/5 I don’t care if others do not agree about this book winning. I don’t care if some think they already read the story in other books.  All I know is that this book made me smile like I am so in love, made me laugh just like I’m spending time with my closest … More Made me crazy ([Very emotional] review on Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places)