News of a sequel excited me as I adored Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. I was introduced to this world of feminism at university and Atwood’s words simply captivated me. As a woman in this society, I honestly wish our world would not be the same as Gilead. Offred’s life as a handmaid was not … More [Review] The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
I’m sure by now you have all heard of what happened in the City of Minneapolis. It is so unfortunate. And I can’t believe it happened. I’m still in shock. It is for one of these reasons that I’m glad technology has advanced so much as if we didn’t have our phones and internet….I doubt … More 21st century problems – which should not exist
This post by Holly Riordan caught my attention while I was scrolling through my facebook’s newsfeed. What is an ‘almost’ relationship? I was reading through this post and a lot of the points raised was so true for the majority of the people I know. I know how some of them are addicted to being in a … More Almost Relationship
Narrated by a third person looking onto Hatshepsut’s life, it provides an in-depth knowledge of the events happened during that time. As a person who is very much interested in ancient history and had studied Hatshepsut’s life for a year, these information were not new to me. For those who have not heard or known … More The Woman Who Would Be King by Kara Cooney
Bought this book last year and haven’t had a chance to read it since a few days ago. From the first few pages…I thought the story seemed so familiar…I’m pretty sure I read this before as a young child. This is a mature children’s novella with a lot of moral and reproach to the story. … More A Little Princess by Frances H. Burnett
Prior to reading this book…I thought…”wow..this might help me to making my room more presentable”. Nah. Filled with black texts that reminds me of a novel instead of actually telling you simple steps on how to tidy up your room clearly…I stopped reading seriously. I get that this book is trying to help us…but if … More Life-Changing? I think not.