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I love books. They are my escape in the reality I face. Bibliophile :D

Room: A Novel

Room - Emma Donoghue It is my first time reading through a five year-old's perspective. I love how Ma and Jack had two different views of the outside. For Jack, it is a whole new world that has been so much to be taken in. For Ma, it is her freedom from being locked up in a room for seven years.

If Tomorrow Comes

If Tomorrow Comes - Sidney Sheldon A unique Sheldon. For the first time, his heroine was a criminal.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky It is definitely for the struggling teen. This book made me feel alive as a person. The POBAW was terrific.

The Sky Is Falling

The Sky Is Falling - Sidney Sheldon When you've read so many Sidney Sheldon books, you know how the story would end up. It's still a good book, but it's not his best.

The Throne of Fire (The Kane Chronicles, Book 2)

The Throne of Fire - Rick Riordan It was just like The Lost Hero. It was somehow disappointing, but I am excited for the Mark of Athena! Go Annabeth!

The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus, Book 1)

The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus, #1) - Rick Riordan The book had a new twist. Scrambling readers' thoughts about Roman and Greek Mythology. Riordan has his work cut out for himself. I bought the book because it is a continuation of the Percy Jackson series. The plot was unique, but it was often predictable especially if you're a Riordan reader. It would have been a great book if it had not been for my friend who spoiler the story. Still, I recommend that you should read this. I will be waiting for its next book, but I don't think I'll buy it. Next stop: The Red Pyramid :]

The Last Olympian (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 5)

The Last Olympian  - Rick Riordan Harry Potter was still my choice. The last book was not rushed. It was just one book for if you cut it into two books, it'll suck.