Review: Writers & Lovers by Lily King

4.5/5☕| Lily King’s Writers & Lovers points out that no matter the age, we take time to grow into our own. That despite wherever we are in life at the moment, there will always be something to figure out and to work for.

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Listed | My Best Reads of 2021

It’s that time of the year again: for recaps and best-of lists! I’ve listed down my favorites books I’ve read this 2021 – both fiction and non fiction.

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Review: The People in the Trees by Hanya Yanagihara

5/5☕ | The People in the Trees slowly morphed into this thing that I can’t stop thinking about. And now, I am convinced that each second of it was intentional. It reads as it feels: suffocating, fascinating, disturbing.

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Review: 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff

4/5☕ | There’s a very comforting element to 84, Charing Cross Road – the way it feels like the sort of story you read when you’re having a bad day: like a cup of hot chocolate or a warm blanket on a cold morning.

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Review: First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami

4/5☕ | First Person Singular worked Murakami’s usual magic on me. And most times, while reading it, I wanted more. More moments. More stories. Just… more. (Includes story-by-story review)

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