every day, another day, someday

done reading the whole series. i don’t know if the story is already done on ‘someday.’ i got the feeling that david levithan is currently working for another sequel. i mean, the story is unique and exciting and i don’t possibly think it should be told only by three books. there is more to it and i am looking forward on unveiling more secrets this series possibly has. david levithan just invented another wonder for us, humans to think about. a thought adding to what we believe ‘soul.’ what is a soul? and what makes us human?

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on lockhart’s ‘genuine fraud’ and ‘we were liars’

it’s 2019 but i haven’t posted my thoughts about these books of e. lockhart yet. i feel like i have to feature these in my blog because they became one of my favorites in the year 2017. this may sound late but i hope not too late for you to appreciate my effort on conditioning my mind into recalling what my discernments are regarding these books.

i tried to recall much things about them—attempting to write long and detailed reviews. but i only have come up into writing short ones which, i think, might be better for the readers to deal since it’s way better to read only the important insights without further details to deal with.

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five reasons why ‘the book thief’ is my favorite

i assume everyone has already read this book. i mean, the moment i realized i was in love with books, it was there. the night i binge-watched some youtube videos and got lost to a blogger that recommends books to read, it was there. and the day my cousin donated some books to me, it was one of them. it always has been there.

i have read great books before but i haven’t put so much attention to this. now i’m regretting to have read it this late—it was just last year that i had time to read it—because this book is so good and enticing. the dramatic poignance of this book is truly affecting and learning.

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