Thank you @404ink for my free ARC of Animals Eat Each Other - I think this little novel (novella really, at only 150 pages) had a tonne of potential, but I’m not sure it was for me. It portrays the fraught, three-way relationship between the unnamed narrator and an older couple which is typically doomed from the beginning and explores some very dark places. I certainly was a fan of Nash’s raw, no-frills writing, which was perfect for the topics she was handling, but a lot of the content felt like it was just for shock value. If the themes such as satanism and destructive behaviours had been explored more fully then I think it could have been something great, but it barely scratched the surface with 150 pages. . Try this one if you like books about twisted relationships and damaged characters! I’d personally be open to reading more of Nash’s work - if there are a few more pages to work with and perhaps less shock-value material. . 2/5⭐️ . #abreadsandreviews2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . #bookreview#review#bookreviewer#bookrecommendation#bibliophile#bookstagram#reading#igreads#bookworm#booknerd#booklover#booklove#lovebooks#bookish#bookaddict#fiction#read
So many fabulous books are out this month. What’s your most anticipated May read? Have you gotten to it yet? Some of the ones I am most excited for are above. Have you read any of them yet? I have read a few and plan to make my way through the rest soon hopefully. Have a fabulous weekend!
Silly me! I thought I could read these books over and above the 7 other #litwithindianlit books I read this month. 😂 But the month is coming to a close and I know I can read only one more. So, I need your help. Help me choose THE ONE. 🙏🏼✨ . But what are the books about? 🤔 . Hats and Doctors is a collection of satirical short stories by renowned Hindi author Upendranath Ashk. . No Presents Please is another collection of short stories by Telugu writer Jayant Kaikini. The book just won the DSC Prize last year. . Six Acres And A Third is a 19th century Oriya novel about feudal lords and their exploitation of the peasants but in a humourous way? It's supposed to be seminal work. . The Women's Courtyard is a Urdu translation of a book set in the 1940s during the partition. It describes the lives of women who as per tradition have been confined to the 4 walls of their home. . The Moving Shadow is a collection of Bengali pulp fiction stories translated by ace translator and author Arunava Sinha. . So tell me, which one? All of them sound so good and I can't decide. And unlike my t-shirt, I WILL listen. 😂
Thanks #thebookbuzz for sending me this fabulous book to review. Book Review: Demons of Time – Race to the 7th Sunset Author – Varun Sayal Many books are written around a fantasy world which are difficult to understand this is because many a times authors, even after lot of hard work are unable to transport the reader mentally. Time travel, and the stories around it aren’t easy to write and narrate. Author Varun Sayal in his book ‘Demons of Time – race to the 7th sunset’ has tried to do the same and kudos to him for that. The book has been set in Indian context which starts with 3077BC and progresses with a steady pace which puts readers at an ease to understand the situations and characters in a much better way. The author has kept limited characters in the story which helps readers to understand the story and characters with ease. The characters are given with Indian names that makes it interesting for the readers of Indian origin. The author has kept the timeline of the book with uniformity so that readers can’t lose sight of the story at any point.The cover-page does reflect a western look but the characters are named and framed in Indian context. The author has described the characters really well and really interesting to read how characters from mythology are living at an ear heavily led by technological advances. Protagonists and other smallcharacters are beautifully presented as one may easily know about their thought processes and mind set very easily.Each and every activity in the story is relevant and easy to relate. The language is easy and impactful. Twists are set according to the requirements of the pace of the story. Emotions like love, hate, magic, betrayal, sorrow, happiness and time traveling are beautifully reflected through the characters and story line. This book is highly recommended for the readers who love to read mythological and fantasy thrillers. The author has successfully accomplished
Semua ibu pasti akan melindungi anaknya, kan? Tapi bagaimana kalau caranya berlebihan bahkan sampai melakukan hal yang nggak wajar? "Ah tidak, lebih tepatnya seorang wanita menjadi ibu sejak dia mulai berusaha untuk mempunyai anak." (hlm. 53) Jadi dikisahkan di kota kecil nan tenang, namanya Kota Aiide, ada kasus pembunuhan seorang anak laki2 berumur sekitar 5 tahun, masih duduk di Kelompok Bermain (PAUD umumnya orang bilang). Kondisinya mengenaskan tapi ... bagaimana ya, jasadnya bersih dari darah yang berceceran. Benar2 bersih karena dibersihkan dengan pemutih pakaian untuk menghilangkan jejak si pelaku. Orang sekota jelas gempar dong, sampai membuat Honami, seorang ibu yang memiliki seorang putri jadi gelisah. Apalagi anaknya juga sekolah di Kelompok Bermain yang sama dengan korban. Dia takut putrinya menjadi sasaran berikutnya. Biar tambah penasaran, coba deh baca blurbnya dulu: Terjadi pembunuhan mengerikan terhadap seorang anak laki-laki di tempat Honami tinggal. Korban bahkan diperkosa setelah dibunuh. Berita itu membuat Honami mengkhawatirkan keselamatan putri satu-satunya yang dia miliki. Pihak kepolisian bahkan tidak bisa dipercayai. Apa yang akan dia lakukan untuk melindungi putri tunggalnya itu? Novel ini memang bikin aku terkecoh sekaligus penasaran. Lah pelakunya sudah diketahui tapi kenapa, sensei kayak tetap bikin penasaran pembaca. Karena di akhir masih ada kejutan 🤭 Sudah baca belum karya sensei yang satu ini? Judul: Holy Mother•penulis: #akiyoshirikako•@penerbitharu #ulasannisaf#novelholymother#igbookreview#bookphotography#bookreviewer#bookstagrammer#books#bookstagrammer#bookofig#booknerds#booksrecommendation#bookpic#buku#indonesiamembacabuku
Reposted from @na2chann - Reposted from @na2chann - #dailyreview Hai booklover, mari malam ini kita kenalan dengan tokoh di Snowball's Fate. . Ahn Gyu-Rin, mahasiswi jurusan Mass Communication. Dia gadis yang ceria, hangat dan optimis. Gyu-Rin sangat menyukai musim dingin. Apalagi ketika salju pertama turun, dia pasti lebih memilih untuk menghabiskan waktu di luar rumah. Lee Joo-Chan, sahabat Gyu-Rin yang satu jurusan dengannya. Menurut orang-orang, Joo-Chan adalah lelaki yang dingin dan cuek. Tapi sebenarnya dia sangat cerewet dan juga perhatian. Gyu-Rin sangat beruntung memiliki sahabat seperti Joo-Chan. Lelaki itu sangat memahami Gyu-Rin dan selalu ada setiap saat untuknya. Gong Gi-Boem, mahasiswa jurusan Department of Performance Film Creation. Dia memiliki ambisi yang besar dalam mencapai cita-citanya. Gi-Boem adalah lelaki yang dicintai oleh Gyu-Rin dan gadis itu selalu menunggu hubungan mereka diresmikan. Tapi sayang, Gi-Boem tipe lelaki yang hanya memikirkan diri sendiri dan entah sampai kapan Gyu-Rin harus menunggunya. . . Kalau aku menjadi Gyu-Rin, aku pasti akan jatuh cinta kepada Joo-Chan daripada Gi-Boem. Tapi tidak ada yang bisa memaksa kemana hati akan berlabuh bukan? Lalu siapakah sebenarnya orang yang dibenci oleh Gyu-Rin? Bukankah katanya orang itu akan kembali hadir ke kehidupannya? Judul : #snowballsfate Penulis : @asmirafhea Penerbit : @grasindo_id Tebal : viii + 200 halaman ISBN : 9786020515175 Terbit : Desember 2018 #asmirafhea#grasindopublisher#mementoseries#reviewnana#na2chann#bookish#bookfeature#bookreview#bookreviewer#bookphotography#booklover#bookobsessed#bookstagram#bookstagrammer#bibliophile #gankratjunbacagakbacaasalbareng - #regrann
After reading several mysteries and suspense, I enjoyed this little genre break. Because of the aforementioned books, it seemed that this one started off slow, but once I got into it, I really didn’t want to put it down—and then when I finally finished it, I still wanted to be reading it the next few days. I am definitely looking forward to book two! This is one of those sweet historical fictions. Being that I’ve done a bit of research into the American “Orphan Train,” I was very interested in the British side of displacing street orphans. I thought Turansky did a very fluent job of portraying an angle from orphans who were definitely going to something better as well as mistaken orphans and the legal side of things. I can honestly say that I enjoyed this story from every character’s point of view. Andrew was probably my favorite character, though I did like the sisters, Kate and Laura, as well. Though there is romance in it, it is more about a family than about a love interest. I found it to be fairly chaste in its portrayal of relationships. There is one orphan situation that mentions a girl who was taken advantage of. While it is not expounded (and it’s not part of the storyline—it is just a side character), Laura thinks about it several times afterwards. That would be the only part that keeps me from handing it to my younger teen sisters. The spiritual thread is thoroughly woven through the book—there isn’t just the main climax in which the characters turn to God, but rather, they are very often seeking Him and trying to follow Him. I appreciated that. There is one character who is portrayed as a strong Christian character that the MC’s look up to, and I found that to be a very nice touch. This is definitely a book I enjoyed and can recommend without any qualms. *I received this book from WaterBrook & Multnomah and happily provided my honest review* #bookreview#bookreviewer#bookstagram#carrieturansky#nooceantoowide
Good morning Bookstagram, happy Saturday! How was your week? Do you have any fun weekend plans? We have a long weekend and not a lot planned which after a hectic month, I am very happy about. It is opening weekend for the pool so we are hoping the weather cooperates for that! This past week I finish A Woman Is No Man by @etafrum. I don't rate a lot of books 5 stars but this was such a powerful read that I know I won't stop thinking about for a long time. A Woman is No Man is heartbreaking and Rum’s writing gives a voice to the many women who are still struggling to find their own. This was an eye-opening read for me and it also was a powerful reminder of how hard it can be to break the cycles that have been set in families and communities for generations. My full review is up on the blog if you are interested in reading more. Have you read this? I would love to hear your thoughts. 💙
📌 Seseorang yang ngehabisin sedetik dalam hidupnya untuk cemberut dan marah-marah adalah orang yang nggak bersyukur dan ngehargai hidup. 📌 [Hlmn.48] . . Setuju nggak nih sama quotes diatas? . . Uhmmm..., kalau aku sih setuju banget dong😄 btw, ini kata-katanya Gibran. Iya, Gibran. Ada yang kenal Gibran salah satu tokoh di Serendipity nggak? . Yang udah baca bukunya atau yang udah nonton filmnya pasti kenal dong ya hehe . Oh, ya. Mulai hari ini dan tiga hari kedepan, aku bakal menemani waktu buka puasa teman-teman yang baca postingan ini sambil mengulas sebuah novel karya @eriscafebriani nih, sebelumnya makasih banyak buat kak @yuli_pritania atas kesempatannya membaca buku ini🙏 . Btw, ada yang udah baca bukunya? Atau ada yang belum baca?😄 . Yang belum baca bukunya, boleh lah ya intipin ulasannya dulu di akunku :v hari ini aku share sinopsis bukunya dulu ya :) . . Lo adalah serendipity gue. . Dulunya, Arkan dan Rani adalah sepasang kekasih. Tiba-tiba, di sebuah taman kota, Arkan mengikrarkan mereka harus berpisah. . Dua bulan telah berlalu. Sekarang, meskipun mereka satu kelas, Arkan tidak pernah lagi menyapanya. Kadang, memang selucu itu; mereka yang dulu bisa menghabiskan waktu berjam-jam hanya untuk mengobrol tentang apa pun, kini bahkan tidak tahu bagaimana caranya mengucapkan 'hai' atau 'selamat pagi'. . Rani tahu Arkan membencinya. Rani tahu itu kesalahannya. Tapi Arkan seharusnya mendukungnya. Dia sedang berusaha bertahan hidup. . Dengan segala kemampuannya, dengan segala perisai dan kekuatannya, Rani berusaha bertahan dan berdiri tegak. . . Arkan dan Rani dulunya sepasang kekasih, kira-kira apa yang membuat mereka harus berpisah? . Lanjut besok ya :') . . . Day1 || #igbookreview || #serendipity || @eriskafebriani || @penerbitinari || 424 hlmn. || Cetakan ketiga, Maret 2017.
. "Every year whichever girl topped in my class, my stupid heart would fall for her. Maybe in those days intelligence attracted me." . 📔📔BOOK REVIEW📔📔 Book: Urban lights Author: Vishal Anand Publishers: Redgrab books Genre: Fiction/ short stories Pages: 160 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐. This is a collection of 16 short stories each having different plot, characters, theme and storyline. There are stories depicting love, affection, emotions, humor, realization etc. . 👉Cover of each of the book is beautiful and eye-catchy. 👉 Language is simple, easy to understand and beginner friendly. 👉Narration is good as well. Author has got great capability to explain a lot in very few words. 👉What I liked the most is how beautifully each story ends leaving us thinking over it. 👉My favorite out of all the 16 stories is "Those five days". Being a male we can never experience the pain a girl go through every month during her menstrual cycle but this story will help you understand the same. All the stories are good. Give it a try. You wouldn't regret it. . . . Follow @bookish._.me DM for book reviews, collaboration and brand promotion. . . . #bookstagrammar#books#bookshelf#bookclub#bookworm#bookishlove#readingnook#bookish#bibliophile#bookstagram#bookreviewer#bookarma#book#logophile#kitab#bookishme#reading #lovebooks#libro#booklove#booklover#instagood#booklovers#bookstagram#library#igreads#epicreads#bookworm#fluid#bookish#adventuresofpapu#igreads#d
Do you love chocolate? I can't say that I know many people who don't. 😂 I have just finished reading Chocolat, Joanne Harris. What a read! If you have a sweet tooth like me, this is a book you must read. ❤️ My review (to read my full review please visit my blog www.chapterichi.com) We came on the wind of the Carnival.’ This wind is the same wind that draws Vianne Rocher and her daughter to the French village of Lansquenet. It is also the same wind that carries mouthwatering scents of all types of delicacies. Vianne travelled from place to place during her childhood and as she raises her daughter, Anouk, she does the same. This novel is set in Lansquenet, where Vianne opens a boutique chocolaterie. The chocolatarie and its chocolatier are an unwelcome temptation. The townsfolk do not like change and many are devout church goers who see Vianne as a woman lacking morals, due to her non attendance at church, acceptance of new comers to the town, her spiritual beliefs and her store. This store is one that encourages people to take time out to enjoy such edible pleasures in life. The second photo along is at a tea house, @the.tea.collective in my town. It is beautiful. They sell tea, dumplings and homemade scones with rose jam and cream. I had the chance to go there yesterday. I sat and read my book enjoying the atmosphere, food and tea. I haven't done this in a long time. I also bought some of their bangalor rose chai tea to have at home. It smells and tastes divine. Yum! #theteacollective#teahouse#bookreview#bookreviewer#chocolat#chocolatier#chocolate#joanneharris#chapterichi#bookstagram#bookstagramcommunity#bookstagrammer#aussiebookstagrammer
Hey buddies, it's a long while since I posted a book review. ~ The reason is that I am not able to manage my time to read much these days. I started my job early this month and so it's little difficult to find time to read. ~ My first read of this month was Tied Hearts by Vikram Singh. ~ Tied hearts is a love story which is written in a very simple language. The storyline is a normal one as seen in the other Indian love story books, the only difference being that here it is a man loving another man. The story was enjoyable and the flow is very good. It is fast paced and perfectly enjoyable for lovers of romantic novels. 💓 The problems between Raj and Veer were portrayed in a beautiful and realistic way, especially towards the end of the story. 💓 The writing skill of the author is appreciable. He writes in a reader friendly way and this makes the book lovable. But the fact that there was nothing new in this love story from the usual ones, disappointed me. But I am sure the author has good imagination and creative thinking and can come up with many more excellent books in the future. Thank you @tiedhearts for the review copy. ~ Sorry for making the review little long. Hope it helps you all. Love you all! #tiedhearts#bookaddict#bookstagramindia#bookstagram#igindianreads#igreads#booksofinstagram#booklover#bookreview#bookreviewer#bookish#bookphoto
“The world in my head has been far more real than the one outside — maybe that’s the exact definition of madness, come to think of it.” 🍃/// Blush pink & green #aesthetics for today *twirls* Next on my #readingwomen list is the @womensprize longlist nomination Freshwater by @azemezi ♡ I’ve heard such praise so I am intrigued to start this little novella. Sadly the beautiful dust-jacket is missing from my @faberbooks library copy, which includes the haunting quote: “I have lived many times inside this body. I lived many lives before they put me in this body. I will live many lives when they take me out of it.” I am conscious of reading not only more works by women authors, but also by women of colour and by non-native English authors. I think so far this year, ninety percent of my reads fall into one of those categories. #qotd: what was the last book you read by someone who doesn’t speak your mother tongue?
#repost @bookscorner.21 (@get_repost) ・・・ 🔖Book - They Go To Sleep 🔖Author - Saugata Chakraborty @saugatathechakraborty 🔖Publishers - @notion.press 🔖Introduction- A collection of 12 short tales of different genre compiled together in a volume of 102 pages. 🔖Review - 🔰Plot & Narration - Impressive Plot and Crisp narration. -Fast Paced with few of the stories easily predictable - Interesting and engaging which keeps the readers hooked till the end. - Time to time twists and turns in the stories add thrill to the reading experience of the readers. -Some of the stories have the potential to be converted into a full fledged novel. 🔰Character Potrayl & Language - Realistic and Relatable characters. - Apt and potent words have been used throughout all the stories. -Amateur reader may find some difficulty in understanding the meaning of few words and phrases for which the author has especially added chapterwise Glossary at the end of the book. 🔰Cover and Title - The cover of the book is meticulously designed giving a bit of the dark and mystery element to it. -The title too seems appropriate and justified representing the title of the 1st story. 🔰Writing Style and Recommendation - The writting style of the author is highly convincing and commendable here . I would love to read more from him especially a suspense or crime thriller. - Highly recommended for all short story lovers. 🔖Ratings by bookscorner.21- 4.3/5 I would like to thank the author for the review copy of the book. 🔖Read the detailed review here at - mybookscorner.home.blog #theygotosleep#ilovebooks#bookaddict#bookcommunity#mustread#bookstagram#goodreads#booksworld#suspense#instabooks#literaturelove#indianwriter#mystery#igreads#bookhoarder#bookholic#bookaddict#bookhaul#bookreviewer
The Peer and the Puppet by B.B. Reid 𝘎𝘪𝘷𝘦 𝘮𝘦 𝘢 𝘤𝘩𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘦 𝘵𝘰 𝘮𝘢𝘬𝘦 𝘪𝘵 𝘶𝘱 𝘵𝘰 𝘺𝘰𝘶.” “𝘞𝘩𝘺 𝘴𝘩𝘰𝘶𝘭𝘥 𝘐?” “𝘉𝘦𝘤𝘢𝘶𝘴𝘦 𝘐 𝘤𝘢𝘯’𝘵 𝘴𝘵𝘢𝘺 𝘢𝘸𝘢𝘺 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮 𝘺𝘰𝘶. 𝘐’𝘮 𝘵𝘳𝘺𝘪𝘯𝘨, 𝘍𝘰𝘶𝘳, 𝘣𝘦𝘭𝘪𝘦𝘷𝘦 𝘮𝘦. 𝘐 𝘵𝘳𝘺 𝘴𝘰 𝘧𝘶𝘤𝘬𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘩𝘢𝘳𝘥, 𝘣𝘶𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘬𝘦𝘦𝘱 𝘱𝘶𝘭𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘮𝘦 𝘪𝘯.” - Ever *~*~*~* 𝕊𝕥𝕠𝕣𝕪𝕝𝕚𝕟𝕖: Four hasn’t had an easy life—and it’s only made worse when her mother moves them to Blackwood Keep and into the palatial mansion of Thomas McNamara and his son, Ever. She feels out of place and Ever makes sure to keep her feeling isolated and friendless. Four is no stranger to hardship—and if Ever wants a war, he’ll get one. Ever is angry. He’s mad at his mother for leaving, his father for playing house with Four’s mother, and himself for his inability to keep Four out of his thoughts and off his radar. He has plans (and promises to keep) and he won’t let Four derail them. Can these two get past their animosity and past betrayals to find someone/something worth holding onto? Or has the scene already been set for complete destruction? *~*~*~* 𝕊𝕖𝕩 𝕊𝕔𝕖𝕟𝕖𝕤: Book. Clubbers. SO MUCH teasing and tension in this book.💦 We are looking at 🔥🔥🔥🔥.5/5. While we don’t get to the “good-good” until about 85% of the way into the book, the author doesn’t leave us hanging. Lots of downtown action and heavy petting get us primed for the Deed. The description and dirty talk is 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻. *~*~*~* 【$】: This was on sale for $0.99 when I purchased it, but it’s also available FOR FREE using KU. Bookmark this bad boy and go for the DL. You won’t be disappointed!
Today marks the 200 year anniversary of Queen Victoria’s birth - and as an avid Victoria fan, I feel the need to repost my review of her biography written by Julia Baird’s as it is such a fantastic portrayal of the one and only Queen V’s life ❤️ —————————————— REPOST: “They wished to treat me like a girl, but I will show them that I am Queen of England.” Was anyone else annoyed about the fact that this book’s index took up about 1/4 of the book? I know the book is long but I never wanted it to end! One word sums up this book for me - WHOA. I admit, I am already a royals fan and my favourite show is ‘Victoria’ starring Jenna Coleman (who’s with me?!) so I’m not surprising that I loved this book. But seriously - it is so well written that even though it details so much of the history that occurred during Victoria’s reign, there was never a dull moment and it still felt very much like reading a novel. There’s romance, drama, politics, scandal...and the best part is that it’s all TRUE. Victoria was amazing and even though it’s a brick, there’s never a dull moment so don’t be intimidated by its length! What did YOU think of it? ✔️Loved it.
Completed this beauty in one sitting and I absolutely loved it. I'm die hard fan of poetries and this book is something I would like to read this again and again. Awesome poetries and very well written. Simple yet elegant and so relatable. ✨ • • End of the book almost made me restless. • • Amazing poetry collection!! ❤️❤️ Absolutely loved it. Would recommend to those who love poetries and who also don't like to read poetries 😁 just read this book once and you'll love it I'm sure. • • • #bookreview#bookstagram#book#bookreviewer#bookstagrammer#indianbookstagram#indianreaders#reader
💫R E V I E W💫 . I am Heathcliff . Thanks to @harpercollinsire for kindly sending this review copy. . I don’t feel very confident about commenting on short stories, because I have a tendency to avoid them, but here goes! It has only taken me the guts of 10 months to finish this book, and I’m glad to have read it. It was very thought provoking. . This collection of short stories inspired by Wuthering Heights was published to celebrate the bicentenary of Emily Brontes birth. There were some really good, emotive stories that would make great bases for longer ones, but a few I wasn’t overly keen on. I don’t shy away from gritty books with difficult themes, and in fact I often seek out stories that provoke an intense reaction, but I felt a bit weary towards the end of this. Unsurprisingly, as Wuthering Heights is about cruelty and revenge, this is filled with loss, toxicity, violence and injustice. Be warned if you plan to read it, that one story contains necrophilia - it was a shock twist and I actually wish I hadn’t read that one! 😳😬 . This week @jesikasbookshelf raised great points about whether reviewers should give “trigger warnings” in their reviews. When reviewing books, do you give warnings of shocking or upsetting content? Do you find a warning helpful? I often give them, but I’m now even more mindful of the vast range of subjects that can potentially be distressing. . Now I know that I can get through a short stories collection, I’m going to make a bigger effort to read more...I have quite a few on my unread shelf! How do you feel about short stories? Are there any that you’d especially recommend? . . #iamheathcliff#wutheringheights#shortstories#bookish#prettybook#bookphotography#bookpicture#booksofinstagram#readersofinstagram#bookishfeature#booklove#booklife
🔖Book - They Go To Sleep 🔖Author - Saugata Chakraborty @saugatathechakraborty 🔖Publishers - @notion.press 🔖Introduction- They Go To Sleep is a collection of 12 short tales of different genre compiled together in a volume of 102 pages. 🔖Review - 🔰Plot & Narration - Impressive Plot and Crisp narration. -Fast Paced with few of the stories easily predictable - Interesting and engaging which keeps the readers hooked till the end. - Time to time twists and turns in the stories add thrill to the reading experience of the readers. -Some of the stories have the potential to be converted into a full fledged novel. 🔰Character Potrayl & Language - Realistic and Relatable characters. - Apt and potent words have been used throughout all the stories. -Amateur reader may find some difficulty in understanding the meaning of few words and phrases for which the author has especially added chapterwise Glossary at the end of the book. 🔰Cover and Title - The cover of the book is meticulously designed giving a bit of the dark and mystery element to it. -The title too seems appropriate and justified representing the title of the 1st story. 🔰Writing Style and Recommendation - The writting style of the author is highly convincing and commendable here . I would love to read more from him especially a suspense or crime thriller. - Highly recommended for all short story lovers. 🔖Ratings by bookscorner.21- 4.3/5 I would like to thank the author for the review copy of the book. 🔖Read the detailed review here at - mybookscorner.home.blog #theygotosleep#ilovebooks#bookaddict#bookcommunity#mustread#bookstagram#goodreads#booksworld#suspense#instabooks#literaturelove#indianwriter#mystery#igreads#bookhoarder#bookholic#bookaddict#bookhaul#bookreviewer
#dailyreview#day1 . . . Nyesek itu ketika udah baca lama, dan ketika mau up, malah nggak bisa buka instagram. Aku baca buku ini pas final BAC 2019, dan tertarik baca ketika baca resensi milik seseorang dan diriku menjadi tertarik, gak cuma itu memang kebetulan selama ini belum pernah nengok buku-buku jebolan gramedia writing project. Dan ini pertama kalinya aku baca genre young adult yang langsung menyita perhatianku. Penasaran seperti apa blurnnya? Langsung aja yuk! . Judul Buku: Match Point Penulis: Saufina Penerbit: PT. Gramedia Pustaka Utama Tebal: 240 Halaman, 20cm Tahun Terbit: Juni 2018 ISBN: 978-602-03-8713-0 (digital) Blurb: Ragil Satihardi digadang-gadang bakal menjadi penerus Taufik Hidayat di dunia bulutangkis, apalagi setelah mewarisi raket andalan yang pernah digunakan Taufik ketika menjuarai Olimpiade. Belakangan, prestasi atlet Pelatnas tunggal putra itu justru merosot tajam. Tekanan dari media sosial pun membuat Ragil menarik diri. Setelah gagal mewawancarai Susi Susanti, Sheva jurnalis muda di tabloid Arena ditugasi untuk meliput aktifitas Ragil Satihardi. Harusnya sih tak susah-susah amat, andai saja yang dia hadapi bukan atlet sombong dan menyebalkan macam Ragil yang membuatnya nyaris putus asa. Kegigihan Sheva dan dedikasinya sebagai jurnalis badminton menjadi tamparan halus bagi Ragil, dan entah mengapa keberadaan gadis itu di pinggir lapangan menunggu kesempatan untuk wawancara menjadi penyemangat untuk mencetak poin. Dan ketika permainan semakin seru, Sheva dan Ragil di hadapkan pada dua pilihan; meraih satu poin yang tersisa kemudian jadi pemenang, atau memberikan kesempatan pada lawan untuk berjuang lalu menjadikan diri sendiri sebagai pecundah. Match point! . . . Penasaran gak sih gimana kisah Sheva yang seorang jurnalis vs Ragil yang seorang atlet bulutangkis? Aku bakal ulas kisah mereka, tunggu review berikutnya, ya? #review#buku#ipusnas#ayomembaca#indonesiamembaca#novel#fiksi#gemarmembaca#bookreviewer#resensi
#30haritebarkebaikan#kerenitubaca#ngabuburead#thrdaristorial#rrc_cindywiththebooks #reviewalady#kupasbukuolehdy#reviewquanta - Day 1 . . . Identitas buku . Judul: Seni Hidup Minimalis Penulis: Francine Jay Penerjemah: Annisa Cinantya Putri Penerbit : Elexmedia Tahun terbit : 2018 . . . Blurb . Pernahkah Anda menatap semua barang yang Anda beli, warisi, atau terima di rumah, dan merasa pengap, bukannya senang? . Apakah Anda mengalami kesulitan mengatasi utang kartu kredit, bahkan tidak ingat lagi apa saja yang telah Anda beli? . Pernahkah Anda berharap ada angin kencang yang meniup semua kekacauan di rumah agar Anda bisa memulai lembaran baru? Buku ini bisa menjadi penyelamat Anda! . Bagian pertama buku ini akan menumbuhkan pola pikir minimalis. Bagian kedua berisi metode STREAMLINE—satu dari sepuluh teknik paling efektif untuk menjaga rumah tetap rapi. Bagian ketiga mengajak Anda menggunakan langkah-langkah khusus untuk menangani setiap ruangan di rumah. Di bagian keempat, Anda akan melihat bagaimana konsep minimalis membuat kita lebih ramah lingkungan sehingga mampu melestarikan Bumi untuk generasi berikutnya . . . Sore, semua~ Tadinya mau foto foto buku. Iyaa, buat nyetok gitu! Tapi zheyenggggg beut renaca kudu gagal. Yap, dari pagi dengan sedikit jeda, rintik air menyapa bumi. (Idih, sok puitis sih, lu 😂) . . Gimana habis baca blurb bukunya? Tercengang? Iya! Kaget? Iya! Keren banget bahasa yang digunakan buku ini ya. . . Jadi, si kuning ini akan menemani dalam rangka mebabat #tbr yeayyy!!! . Simak terus reading Progres dan review buku ini di akun aku selama 4 hari ke depan, okayyy!! . . . Cc : @elexmedia @quantabooks @pejuangkata_ @gabygabyy_ @randombooks_