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June 2019 Reading Wrap Up

Another 7 books done in June. This might sound so highly of myself but I am proud of myself cause this is one hella achievement! Sebelum ni tiga bulan memang satu je buku dibaca. Lepas tu reading slump memanjang. I love reading! I always love. I love books. I love collecting books. Semua la pasal buku aku suka cuma tak pernah aktif macam sekarang. Hiks. Now dah boleh buat jadi salah satu niche blog pulak. Well at least ada la benda nak update kan. Konon je lifestyle tapi aku banyak mereputs di rumah ajak! So yeah, this is what I mostly do now. Reading and keep reading. So here goes my June 2019 reading wrap up!

1. The Butterfly Garden (The Collector #1) By Dot Hutchison
Published by Thomas and Mercer on 1st June 2016. In this book, butterfly ain’t really a butterfly. They are girls being kidnapped, tattooed with a butterfly wing on their back, being murdered and preserve in a glass of resin by a man who is obsessive with butterfly. It shows that psychopath is really capable of doing …

May 2019 Reading Wrap Up

Hello earthlings! Here goes my May 2019 reading wrap up. As for in May, I managed to read only two books. I can't recall why I didn't read much but perhaps it was because the reading slump mode has been activated. Tapi sikpa. At least ada daripada shiada kan! Two is better than none. Hiks.

1. Alter Ego (Jonathan Stride #9) By Brian Freeman
Published by Quercus on 1st May 2018. It took me a few weeks to reach the final chapter because I was on hiatus for reading. Well, the book is intriguing enough even though the bad people is obviously laid out on every page. It's about a pervert superstar predator overloaded with ego hunting for a young prey and about a girl taking revenge who lost a father by suicide. Different cases but one of them leaving breadcrumbs to make the crime related to each other. I don’t expect any plot twist at all but surprisingly ada and benda ya sik disangka pun. I love how the author squeezes a little lovey-dovey scene despite how busy the police team…

April 2019 Reading Wrap Up

April reading wrap up is here! Suka gila sebab ever since aku ada Kindle memang non-stop lah baca buku. Kadang memang ada reading slump datang tapi aku kasi chance sekejap je then terus cepat-cepat pilih next book to read. Hiks. Sekarang aku nak share buku yang aku dah baca pada bulan April.

1. I Owe You One By Sophie Kinsella
Published by Dial Press on 5th February 2019. I love this book! Kelakar but annoying at the same time. This book is mostly about unlucky Fixie Farr yang selalu kena ambil kesempatan oleh orang sekeliling dia. Even she put her family first, both her brother and sister is taking advantage on her. Dengan crush dia sekali buat perangai. Until one day dia jumpa someone and her life change to better even ada up and down jugak lah.
Rating : ★★★★
2. When In Doubt, Add Butter By Beth Harbison
Published by St. Martin's Press on 17th July 2012. This book is so-so. Only the first few pages caught my attention and the plot becomes slow and boring yet still exciting.
Rating …

20 Things You Should Look Out For Before You Buy Property

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To help with your search, we've compiled a list of key considerations to take into account when buying property in Australia. (If we've missed anything, please feel free to let us know in the comments).

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Book Review | Sorcery of Thorns By Margaret Rogerson

For all the girls who found themselves in the books.
Title: Sorcery of Thorns
Author: Margaret Rogerson
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books (June 4th, 2019)
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Goodreads Summary:  All sorcerers are evil. Elisabeth has known that as long as she has known anything. Raised as a foundling in one of Austermeer’s Great Libraries, Elisabeth has grown up among the tools of sorcery—magical grimoires that whisper on shelves and rattle beneath iron chains. If provoked, they transform into grotesque monsters of ink and leather. She hopes to become a warden, charged with protecting the kingdom from their power.

Then an act of sabotage releases the library’s most dangerous grimoire. Elisabeth’s desperate intervention implicates her in the crime, and she is torn from her home to face justice in the capital. With no one to turn to but her sworn enemy, the sorcerer Nathaniel Thorn, and his mysterious demonic servant, she finds herself entangled in a centuries-old conspiracy. Not…