So here we go!
I have no idea why does this book get title changes for translated version. But at least I love the cover which I couldn't get if I order english version from local bookstores. I've been wanting to buy this book since the beginning of this year, but finally bought it this month :)
When the 1st time I watched the book trailer, I tought a person on the cover was a man with suit. I was like, oh man, hitman? What he had to do with the girl and the kid? I still tought like that until the 4th wave book trailer. It's so cool and I really want to buy it. I went to goodreads and saw the cover. I zoomed it, that was when I realized it's a girl on the cover. LOL I watched the trailer using my phone and the screen is not big enough! XD Anyway' I've read this and IT'S AMAZING!
Already made a review for it here :)
I was on reading mood on May. I read 5 book! *throws confettis* Never happened before, 4 is usually my record, but 5 really (۳˚Д˚)۳ ...
So the first book I read on May is Hallowed by Cynthia Hand and continued with Boundless. I'm so sad this series is over. I fall in love with Jackson Hole so hard. Anyway I wrote reviews for both books :)
The 3rd book I read is Shatter Me by Tahereh Maffi. I enjoyed this book, I love the writing style. I think the striking words are unique. I mean, they are where I fangirling.. Seriously, does anyone realize that Juliette is a fangirl from her striking words? Lol.
Shatter Me review (In Indonesian because I read translated one)
The 4th book is The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbowsky. I still look at the book everytime I write the author name. I was confused with this book at the beginning. I started to enjoy at middle book. I don't think I like Charlie, isn't my favorite of the book. I like Patrick, anyone? *highfiving who loves Patrick*
The last book I read on May is The Selection by Kiera Cass. I think this is an okay book for me. I enjoyed it and it's very sweet, but it's predictable. Read it if you're looking for something easy and cute :) I also made a review.
The Selection review