Where I Bought : eBook
Price : –
Rating : 4/5 stars
I was thinking of reading Patrick Carman’s Pulse trilogy before it gets turned into movies like The Hunger Games, Divergent or The Maze Runner (hmm… that’s a lot of YA books being adapted recently).
Before I begin I would like to express my recent opinion on these YA trilogy books. They have lots of points in common and seemed to fall into a similar plot.
- Walls — literally or not — being built barring the remaining civilization from the new world
- A group of people who doesn’t fit in the norms
- Rise of the rebellions toppling villains / evil authority
- Obstacles presented to the characters and they have to break free from their internal struggle to emerge victorious
Walls in the Insurgent movie (2nd part in Divergent trilogy)
Maze walls in the Maze Runner (1st part in Maze Runner trilogy)
Pretty much sum it up 😛
I wish to have experienced autumn at least once in my life.
I could picture the wondrous scenery of nature changing colours into various shades of brown, orange and leaving the last hint of green behind.
While there’s no autumn in Malaysia, here’s a picture of a decoration flower which has colours that would make me imagine a sweet romantic autumn.
In response to this week’s Camera Lucida — Autumn Lane
Last post to end a day of awards 🙂
Thank you so much for reading today!
I am grateful and humbled to be presented the Sunshine Bloggers Award by a new friend Marje who blogs at Kyrosmagica. We share interests on books, writing and reviews, do check out her cool blog!
As I dug through it seemed that this award does not have a specific badge, most of the participants create their own. So I created this yellow sun using Canva, please feel free to use it 🙂
Wow! Can’t believe the 4th Liebster Award is landing on my blog, and I have a wonderful blogger to thank for.
His name is Anand, I’m truly grateful and delighted for his kind consideration. Do head over to his wonderful blog blabberwockying! He writes frequently about interesting views on life and philosophy, good reads!
Today is an awards day :). I shall be posting all the awards I received for the past few weeks.
This is my first Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award! And for this nomination I would like to thank Aayusi for including me into the sisterhood 😉 Do visit her blog Being Me! She likes to write and is about to bring changes into your lives!
George Town view
Stunning as it is, I would say this place has the best panaroma view in Penang. Standing at the tallest 18th floor my breath was taken away.
I could see the Gurney Drive stretch, winding away to roads around the island and the far away hills shadowed by clouds.
This week’s theme is pictorial, and I’d like to share my favourite weather ❤
In response to this week’s Stellar and Lunar Challenge Roundup #18 (Sep 17) with the challenge of pictorial of any sorts.
Stellar and Lunar Challenge is hosted by Sarah once a week every Thursday on her blog tuckedintoacorner.
Postcards from Macau commemorating the places I’ve visited.
Unforgettable, the day I stepped foot on this land was a miscalculated day.
The weather was very cold, out of expectation.
Well at least we don’t have to explore under sweltering hot sun.
In response to “Travel Trinket and Memories” hosted by Leanne every Thursday on her blog NihongoJapango.