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The Fault in Our Stars


Author: John Green So, do I have to fly to Indiana to find out what happened to Hazel? For the kind attention of John Green [hashtag: van houten!] I actually ‘saw’ early part of the movie adaptation with the same title, but got bored and discontinued watching. I guess it’s not too late to repent … Continue reading

The Widow


Author: Fiona Barton I’m not a fan of investigative journalism. Thus, I’m not intrested to read such genre. However, curiosity overtook my preference and indulged into reading this book – I guess the teaser served its purpose. The death of the suspect Glen on the crime of child molestation/murder closed the case. It’s up to … Continue reading

The Girl On The Train


Paula Hawkins brought us on the world of complicated circumstances, so vivid that you feel like a close friend of yours is sharing her life story. I have a hint that the author is a commuter – must’d sparked the idea during her daily commute. The story of crime, failed marriage, battle of deppression, financial … Continue reading

Book Review: Bullseye


This is one of the bestselling novel by James Patterson with Michael Ledwidge portraying a Detective Michael Bennett thriller. As the title suggested, the story centers on failed assassination attempt on US president. This involves conspiracies among ranks and sparks controversies between rival countries – which could lead on a next world war. I love … Continue reading

Book Review: Zero Hour


When you’re after a 007-type of action, then you’re in for a treat. This book is basically a rip-off (or inspired/an inspiration) of Liam Neeson’s ‘Taken’ – whichever written first ๐Ÿ™‚ I have to say, i managed to finish the book literally 24, hours after purchase. The book is that good! The narration is British, … Continue reading