It was just a boring Wednesday evening of me cruising Goodreads and hunting for books… Until, I saw this: Continue reading
Every moment, every day, we are all making something – whether it’s science or art, a relationship or a destiny – building it choice by choice, moment by moment. Our decisions shape other people’s worlds as well as our own. We are all the center of our own universe, and all of us in someone else’s orbit. It’s a paradox, but sometimes paradoxes are where the truth begins.
That was incredible. Continue reading
Ah, Goodreads. Where should I begin? I started using Goodreads way before blogging. It has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Connecting me to people with the same interests as mine, helping me discover new books, and treating any and every book hangover I suffer from. Continue reading
I don’t know about you guys but my spring break is already coming to an end, tomorrow’s going to be the last day. I hope everyone had a great Easter weekend! Continue reading
I’ve always wanted to watch anime, but never knew what to start with. So I literally have no idea what I’m doing here. I’ll probably be giving this one a shot soon though! Continue reading
Another incredibly romantic and swoon-worthy Andalucian Nights novel. I literally couldn’t put it down, but at the same time, I was dreading finishing the book. It was so good. And the thing is, I read the 3rd book in the series first, so I’m reading the series backwards now, and I literally know almost every single character presented in the story. Every now and then I’d go like: Oh isn’t Lorenzo Luna’s uncle and isn’t that person someone’s daughter. It was so much fun, I’ve memorized their family tree by heart. Continue reading
[I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review]
This book was incredibly badass.
Words cannot describe…
I’m utterly speechless.
Who the heck thought I’d be into novels revolving around assassins, benefactors, gangsters, drug dealers, assassination agencies…. But this book.. Yes, the synopsis appealed to me -a lot. But now that I’ve finished this book, I realized how understated a synopsis can be…