The Beauty of Darkness By Mary E. Pearson So…after a long time without posting anything… (Can you blame me? I’m at NYC!!!) Oh wait! I don’t want to hear anything about “you’ve been gone?” or “I haven’t notice that!!!” I’m usually a productive blogger…just you know…for the past two months…I was busy participating lots of activities. And now…I’m back!!! The first post will be—my most anticipate book number one—The Beauty of Darkness, the last book of Remnant Chronicles!!! The final story of Lia, Rafe and Kaden! Ahhh!!!!!! How could I possibly live without them??? As soon as I finish the book…my life ended. I’ve read so many reviews before reading this book and find as many spoilers as possible…but they just can’t satisfied me!!!!! My head is always screaming—give me the book!!!! And you know what happened at the release day? I ran to the nearest Barnes and Noble as soon as I’m free from class…I just can’t wait any longer. (Well…if you follow me on Instagram…yo
The Struggle to be an All-American Girl By Elizabeth Wong I know, I’m horrible. But I’m not dead…I’m just lazy. So…before I finish my currently reading, I’ve decided to give you something short. A little reflection on what I thought on my school reading. It's still there, the Chinese school on Yale Street where my brother and I used to go. Despite the new coat of paint and the high wire fence, the school I knew 10 years ago remains remarkably, stoically the same. Every day at 5 P.M., instead of playing with our fourth and fifth grade friends or sneaking out to the empty lot to hunt ghosts and animal bones, my brother and I had to go to Chinese school. No amount of kicking, screaming, or pleading could dissuade my mother, who was solidly determined to have us learn the language or our heritage. Forcibly, she walked us the seven long, hilly blocks from our home to school, deposing our defiant tearful faces before the stern principal. My only me
October + September Book Haul Pottermore Patronus New Announcement I know that’s a lot…but sorry, I forget some other post than reviews are important too!!! I fail my book tag goal terribly these months…such a busy freshman. (Nonsense, I spent most of my time wandering around.) So! Let’s start with Pottermore Patronus!!! I was so excited when I heard the announcement and I did the quiz immediately that day, without any hesitation. Really, immediately. And you know what? I love my Patronus!!! I know a lot of people out there hate their Patronus, since it might be a salmon…or something like that. But, there are also extremely wonderful Patronus, such as Griffins, or Phoenix. However, they’re also extremely rare as well. I think I also got a rare Patronus? At least that’s what Pottermore told me, unless it said it to everyone. Still, I wish everyone of you love your Patronus regardless how much you hate the animal, Patronus aren’t always what we think they are.