Title: The Little Paris Patisserie
Author: Julie Caplin
Summary: As the youngest of four, Nina Hadley has always had her big brothers telling her what to do. So, when she’s given the chance to move to Paris and help run a patisserie course, she can’t say au revoir quick enough! There’s just one problem: high-flying chef Sebastian Finlay is the owner of the patisserie. He’s also her brother Nick’s best friend – and the man she has secretly been in love with since forever.
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Title: The Mystery of Three Quarters
Author: Sophie Hannah
Publisher: Harper Collins
Publication Date: 23 August 2018
Summary: The world’s most beloved detective, Hercule Poirot – the legendary star of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express and most recently The Monogram Murders and Closed Casket-returns in a stylish, diabolically clever mystery set in 1930’s London.
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Author: Marie Lu
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Publication Date: 14 September 2017
Summary: For the millions who log in every day, Warcross isn’t just a game – it’s a way of life. Struggling to make ends meet, teenage hacker Emika Chen works as a bounty hunter, tracking down players who bet on the game illegally. Needing to make some quick cash, Emika takes a risk and hacks into the opening game of the international Warcross Championships – only to accidentally glitch herself into the action and become an overnight sensation.
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Halo, kali ini aku, Hatter, akan membawakan ini dalam bahasa Indonesia. Tentu saja, kau pikir aku tak bisa Bahasa Indonesia? Aku saja bisa bicara bahasa kucing dengan Cheshire, masa bahasa manusia aku tak bisa? Nah, mari kita memulai tentang kisah kali ini, tapi berhubung aku juga digantung oleh bukunya, aku juga akan menggantungkan kalian. Selamat membaca!
Judul: Little Fires Everywhere
Author: Celeste Ng
Publisher: Penerbit Spring (Instagram)
Summary: Semua orang di Shaker Heights membicarakannya musim panas itu: bagaimana Isabelle, anak bungsu keluarga Richardson, akhirnya menjadi gila dan membakar habis rumah mereka.
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Welcome! I hope you still enjoy wondering around this place! I do have to apologize as certain things coming that I have been rarely here. But, I will always try to be spending as much time as I could at here. I hope you would be patient enough and curious enough to stay here!
Now, this time. I have the honor to review the book that made me curious if Mermaid was real. I mean, in Neverland, it probably does, but in Wonderland, I really hope to see one some day.
Title: The Girl Who Thought Her Mother was a Mermaid
Author: Tania Unsworth
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Summary: Even though she’s terrified of the sea, a girl who believes her mum might have been a mermaid runs away to the ocean to solve the mystery of who she really is.
(Some of the plots are not mentioned much because I lost my iPad so I could not put much details here).
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Hello dear Alice, have you been reading a book that you thought you’ll love but everybody is not saying the same? Moreover, it seems like you’re in the minority who’re saying that the book is not as good as the hype gave it. I believe that this book is one of them. Oh, before I begin, do allow me to apologize for missing for so long. I have been so immersed in the travel that I was doing on June and a bit exhausted afterwards. Well, without further ado, let’s start this, shall we? Ready Player One!
Title: Ready Player One
Author: Ernest Cline
Publisher: Crown Publisher
Summary: In the year 2045, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he’s jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS. Wade’s devoted his life to studying the puzzles hidden within this world’s digital confines, puzzles that are based on their creator’s obsession with the pop culture of decades past and that promise massive power and fortune to whoever can unlock them. When Wade stumbles upon the first clue, he finds himself beset by players willing to kill to take this ultimate prize. The race is on, and if Wade’s going to survive, he’ll have to win—and confront the real world he’s always been so desperate to escape.
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Oh hi Alice, do you miss me already? Haha, sorry I was so immersed with reading this book and I believe you are wondering which book that is now, right? Okay, let me fill your curiousity.
Title: The Secret Key (Agatha Oddly, Book 1)
Author: Lena Jones
Publisher: Harper Collins Children’s Books
Summary: Meet thirteen-year-old Agatha Oddly – a bold, determined heroine, and the star of a stylish new detective series. Agatha Oddlow has been a detective for as long as she can remember – she’s just been waiting for her first big case. And nothing gets bigger than saving the City of London from some strange goings-on.
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Hey, hey, do you miss me? Do you miss me? Okay, I think that’s from another series, but well, if you miss me, I’m sorry, I was away for so many adventures, so many wonders to be seen! Now I’m back, a little gift for my recipe that I found from my journey that would wish you to have honey with chicken right now. And yeah, please avoid the bees at all cost.
Calories: ± 500 calories
Portions: 2 people
Durations: 30 minutes Continue reading “Honey, I Garlic the Chicken”
Hello Guys! I have been so excited yesterday when I was walking back to my Library that I found a letter from Jolly Fish Press that my request to read the ARC of Unwritten has been approved at Net Galley! Man, I am doing my madness dancing too to show how excited I was! Now here is my review! Enjoy it 😉
Author: Tara Gilboy
Publisher: Jolly Fish Press
Summary: Twelve-year-old Gracie Freeman is living a normal life, but she is haunted by the fact that she is actually a character from a story, an unpublished fairy tale she’s never read. When she was a baby, her parents learned that she was supposed to die in the story, and with the help of a magic book, took her out of the story, and into the outside world, where she could be safe. But Gracie longs to know what the story says about her. Despite her mother’s warnings, Gracie seeks out the story’s author, setting in motion a chain of events that draws herself, her mother, and other former storybook characters back into the forgotten tale. Inside the story, Gracie struggles to navigate the blurred boundary between who she really is and the surprising things the author wrote about her. As the story moves toward its deadly climax, Gracie realizes she’ll have to face a dark truth and figure out her own fairy tale ending. Continue reading “[ARC Review] – Unwritten”
Ah dear Alice, do not be afraid of darkness now, for you would find these candles be accompanying you when I am not here. Alas, these are the candles that are in United Kingdom, secretly a place where I was born, or so I was told. Nevermind about that, now let’s travel around the shops, okay? Oh! And of course, the candles are needed to celebrate your ‘Merry Unbirthday‘ are they not?
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