What happened to the book reviews??

Dear bookaholics,

If you were wondering why this bookaholic is no longer putting up her usual book reviews and interesting bookish finds, and only updates her blog with events, well, it’s because I’m very tied up with something else right now.

However, it’ll end very soon…and my book reviews will be up again in July πŸ™‚ I’m looking forward to it as I REALLY REALLY MISS READING!!!!

If you have found any good reads recently, please feel free to post your recommendations here or drop me an email πŸ™‚

Till then, keep reading!!

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. bunnyslave says:

    i am reading Virgin Widows. Author: Gu Hua. Translated from Chinese by Howard Goldblatt. Borrowed from uni libr. Not a very well-known book but it is quite engaging.

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  2. photojoy says:

    I'm reading “At Home in Japan(a foreign woman's journey of discovery) by Rebecca Otowa from Tuttle Publishing. I haven't finished it yet but been so much impressed with her new life after her marriage to a Japanese man from a very traditional and countryside family. I'm very much interested in her way of describing our culture in English, as well. I'm sure I'll blog about this when I finish reading it.

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  3. A Bookaholic says:

    thanks bunnyslave and photojoy for sharing!! πŸ™‚ both of your reads sound so interesting! argggghh if only i could start on one! so looking forward to July…..!!

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  4. Nael says:

    I'm reading Belong to me by Maria de Los Santos. It's written in three POVs, Cornelia, a metropolitan woman who moved to a suburb with his husband; piper, her annoying neighbor who has a dying-from-cancer-friend; and Dev, who is a 13 year old genius, and daughter of Lake, a girl who happens to have a past with Cornelia's husband.I really like reading Dev(or Deveroux Tremain)'s POV, coz he talks about a lot of things that sparks curiosity, like the pinnicle of evolution- theory by Charles Darwin, the string theory, literature, and all the chaters with his POV starts with a famous quote like “How on earth are you ever going to explain in terms of chemistry and physics so important a biological phenomenon as first love? -Albert Einstein-” -or maybe just the fact his age is near to mine, but really, this is a good read. I haven't finished it yet, but try this, or Love walked in, by the same author.

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  5. A Bookaholic says:

    wowwww…”How on earth are you ever going to explain in terms of chemistry and physics so important a biological phenomenon as first love? -Albert Einstein-” <– wowww…food for thought for me today…And thanks for sharing ur read with us Naelah! πŸ™‚ Hey…i saw that U WON the book bonanza AGAIN!!! Congrats!! πŸ™‚ So jealous!!!

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  6. Siti says:

    Hi,A fellow bookaholic bloghopping here πŸ™‚ I wish I was in time for your giveway – but too late! Are you gonna have more of those in the future?Just finished reading Inspector Singh – A Most Peculiar Malaysian Murder by Shamini Flint, now reading What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell.Btw, whay can't I see/find the box to type for your shoutbox?

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  7. A Bookaholic says:

    Hi Siti! Thx for stopping by πŸ™‚ Yeah, the chatbox is quite inconsistent 😦 I think it's the provided…Just feel free to post ur comments here ;)Oh…did you like Shamini's book? :)I heard What The Dog Saw is good…Do let us know what you think once you're done with it? ;)And yes, I'm gonna be having more regular giveaways soon! So…do drop by! πŸ™‚

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  8. Nael says:

    Oh, yeah. Thanks. I saw the comment, you said you hate me ;/ does that mean you're not sending Yu hua's brothers to me?Oh goody, more giveaways. I'll be more careful with my answer next time around.

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  9. A Bookaholic says:

    haahaha mine was a hate-envy kinda hate hehe of coz i'd still send it to u! πŸ™‚ juz need to find the time…will drop u an email whn i've done so πŸ˜‰

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  10. I'm reading Warrior Queens by Antonia Frazer, and will then start on Wicked (can't remember who by but it's the tale of the Wicked Witch of the West) and A Most Peculiar Malaysian Murder by Shamini Flint.Will miss your reviews!

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  11. A Bookaholic says:

    Hey Au & Target! Thx for sharing! πŸ™‚ I miss writing book reviews n I miss reading fiction very much 😦 Can't wait for July! πŸ™‚

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