Book Review #131: Still Alice by Lisa Genova

My yesterdays are disappearing, and my tomorrows are uncertain, so what do I live for? I live for each day. I live in the moment. Some tomorrow soon, I’ll forget that I stood before you and gave this speech. But just because I’ll forget it some tomorrow doesn’t mean that I didn’t live every second of it today. I will forget today, but that doesn’t mean that today didn’t matter.”

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Goodreads Synopsis
Still Alice is a compelling debut novel about a 50-year-old woman’s sudden descent into early onset Alzheimer’s disease, written by first-time author Lisa Genova, who holds a Ph. D in neuroscience from Harvard University.

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Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children and a house on the Cape, is a celebrated Harvard professor at the height of her career when she notices a forgetfulness creeping into her life. As confusion starts to cloud her thinking and her memory begins to fail her, she receives a devastating diagnosis: early onset Alzheimer’s disease. Fiercely independent, Alice struggles to maintain her lifestyle and live in the moment, even as her sense of self is being stripped away. In turns heartbreaking, inspiring and terrifying, Still Alice captures in remarkable detail what’s it’s like to literally lose your mind…

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My Personal Thoughts

Still Alice is a story of a woman at the peak of her career who is diagnosed with an early onset of dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease.

I love that this story showed people an overview of how a person with dementia slowly starts to deteriorate and lose everything except the love and support of their families and support group.

Alice is a famous Harvard professor who is smart and successful. She is living a comfortable life with her equally smart husband and children. She has a beautiful family and she could not ask for more until her condition is diagnosed.

The writing style is exceptional. It is full of so many emotions and I felt connected to the main character. I understood her battles, feelings, and frustrations. I have been working in the aged care industry for almost 4 years now. It is not a walk in the park to look after people with Alzheimer’s disease. I underwent trainings and seminars in order to care for them and help them have the quality of life that they deserve. It is sad to see them totally lose it at times and at the same time happy when they remember things. It is absolutely hard for the families to see their loved ones at this stage.

I like Alice’s strong personality and how she dealt and fought this disease until the last chapters. She is very inspiring and so many lessons will be taken from this masterpiece. I am planning to watch the movie starting Julianne Moore which I know will sensational.

I borrowed the Audiobook from BorrowBox using my local library membership. It is a must try because there are so many audiobooks and ebooks to choose from and it is so easy to use and navigate.
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Liked:
Inspiring
Woman empowerment
Provides in depth knowledge about Dementia
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Disliked:
None
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World Building: 4⭐️
Character Building: 5⭐️
Writing Style: 4⭐️
Message: 5⭐️
Overall: 4⭐️
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Overall, it is highly recommended for people who are looking for inspiring contemporary stories about career, family life, and love.
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Xoxo,
JaNnA🍂

Book Review #130: So This is Love (Twisted Tale) by Elizabeth Lim (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

“Even the small joys are worth cherishing, and they will lead you to greater ones.”
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Goodreads Synopsis
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What if Cinderella never tried on the glass slipper? Unable to prove that she’s the missing princess, and unable to bear life under Lady Tremaine any longer, Cinderella attempts a fresh start, looking for work at the palace as a seamstress. But when the Grand Duke appoints her to serve under the king’s visiting sister, Cinderella becomes witness to a grand conspiracy to take the king-and the prince-out of power, as well as a longstanding prejudice against fairies, including Cinderella’s own Fairy Godmother. Faced with questions of love and loyalty to the kingdom, Cinderella must find a way to stop the villains of past and present . . . before it’s too late.
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My Personal Thoughts
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So This is Love is the Twisted Tale edition of the Classic Fairy Tale, Cinderella. It is also one of the childhood stories that I grew up with. I will never ever get tired of reading and watching this story even if with twisted and refined versions. I enjoyed this book a lot! This is great because I have recently rated the last Twisted Tales that I have read with either 2 or 3 stars. This is definitely raining 5 precious stars.
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The book discussed about the beauty and power of first love, women empowerment, and standing up for one’s self. I used to hate the idea of Cinderella being mistreated by her stepmother and two stepsisters and she was so helpless. It was just not right in every angle. And with the classic story, she just let them do those horrendous things because she got nowhere else to go. This time the author did a magnificent job of Cinderella breaking all the rules and norms and running away from those toxic people for good. I am so proud of her. She should not be that helpless in the first place.
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Again, not needing a prince charming to save the day is very much appreciated.
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Liked:
Engaging
Fierce female character
Grounded plot
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Disliked:
So many dance balls
Too good to be true KING
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World Building: 4⭐️
Character Building: 5⭐️
Message: 5⭐️
Plot: 5⭐️
Overall: 5⭐️
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Overall, it is highly recommended because it embodied women empowerment and self love. A good message to spread especially to little girls.
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Xoxo,
Janna🍂

Book Review #129: A Whole New World (Disney Twisted Tale Collection) by Liz Braswell (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

“She was the royal princess. She had to start acting like one. She had to stop talking about being trapped, about being handed over from one man to another. She had to start acting. She had to start being the hero.”

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Goodreads Synopsis


What if Jafar was the first one to summon the Genie?

When Jafar steals the Genie’s lamp, he uses his first two wishes to become sultan and the most powerful sorcerer in the world. Agrabah lives in fear, waiting for his third and final wish.To stop the power-mad ruler, Aladdin and the deposed Princess Jasmine must unite the people of Agrabah in rebellion. But soon their fight for freedom threatens to tear the kingdom apart in a costly civil war.

What happens next? A Street Rat becomes a leader. A princess becomes a revolutionary. And readers will never look at the story of Aladdin in the same way again.

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My Personal Thoughts


Aladdin and Jasmin are both parts of my childhood. I remember watching the movie with my mom in the cinemas back when I was a kid. Growing up, I enjoyed this story so much because it is full of magic given the carpet, lamp, and genie’s three wishes. It is one of the first books that introduced me to the concept of magic and the most exhausted trope of all time: people who fell in love even though they are from different worlds. Ok… I don’t despise this cliche’ but I’m not really a fan of it.

This story will teach children so many life lessons. One of them is that it is not always important if someone is rich and powerful when you do not have any affection for that person. Next thing will be about second chances in life; just because Aladdin is thief doesn’t mean he can’t change and be a better person.

I enjoyed reading this book but not enough to really be so into it. I gave it a three star rating because some parts are boring and did not really excite me. The villain’s (Jafar) defeat is somewhat vanilla and I am kind of disappointed. The secondary characters played equally important roles which is great and interesting. I am still 50/50 with Liz Braswell’s writing style because not all her twisted tale stories really impressed me but then there are also those that I did adore to bits and pieces (As Old as Time).

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Liked:
Fast paced
Fast read
Somewhat Entertaining

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Disliked:
Vanilla ending for the villain
Not too engaging

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World Building: 2⭐️
Character Building: 3⭐️
Writing Style: 2⭐️
Message: 4⭐️
Overall: 3⭐️

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Overall, it is recommended to readers of all ages but I don’t reckon young kids will like it much as there is already love interest involved with the main characters (Jasmin and Aladdin). FYI, my daughter and son will always be rolling their eyes with romantic scenes. Haha!

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Xoxo,
Janna🍂

Book Review #128: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

“And try not to look down on people who had to choose between death and disgrace.”

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Goodreads Synopsis

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AMBITION WILL FUEL HIM.
COMPETITION WILL DRIVE HIM.
BUT POWER HAS ITS PRICE.
It is the morning of the reaping that will kick off the tenth annual Hunger Games. In the Capital, eighteen-year-old Coriolanus Snow is preparing for his one shot at glory as a mentor in the Games. The once-mighty house of Snow has fallen on hard times, its fate hanging on the slender chance that Coriolanus will be able to outcharm, outwit, and outmaneuver his fellow students to mentor the winning tribute.

The odds are against him. He’s been given the humiliating assignment of mentoring the female tribute from District 12, the lowest of the low. Their fates are now completely intertwined — every choice Coriolanus makes could lead to favor or failure, triumph or ruin. Inside the arena, it will be a fight to the death. Outside the arena, Coriolanus starts to feel for his doomed tribute… and must weigh his need to follow the rules against his desire to survive no matter what it takes.

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My Personal Thoughts
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The Hunger Games is my favourite young adult dystopian story because it started my love and interest for this genre. I still remember reading this trilogy 5 years ago and watching the movies multiple times since then. When I requested for a copy to read and review on my blog, I did not really expect anything aside from the fact that I need to delve into it because I am a certified THG fan. I have heard negative opinions even before it was released mainly because it is a prequel that will focus solely on President Snow’s story back from the 10th Hunger Games. And we all know that he is everyone’s most hated character.

It was surprisingly good and I enjoyed it so much. I finished it in two days because it is a real page turner. Everything made sense and fell into the right place. The history was discussed and answers are provided as to how the gift giving to victors started, what the jabber jays are, the Avox, Tigris, and even the song of rebellion. It is a well-written story but unfortunately it is not enough for me to rate it 5 stars. It is far behind the Hunger Games.

This book gave me the clarity that I was looking for and one of them is the reason behind Snow’s lack of remorse and being a goal oriented person. The ending was perfectly concluded although I was left with one question in the end. Anyway, I think that is the beauty of leaving one aspect hanging, for the reader to assume and make an ending of their own.

Writing style is amazing and the book is unputdownable. The world building is greatly done as well and all of Panem including some districts, and the Capitol were all groomed solidly. The character building is commendable because whilst Snow will be a tyrant in the future, he was not built that way from the first page up to the last couple of chapters in this story. One message that will linger is sometimes the people whom we love and care for will be the ones who will manipulate us and use us in the end. I absolutely adore this masterpiece!

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World Building: 3⭐️
Character Building: 5⭐️
Message: 3⭐️
Plot: 3⭐️
Overall: 3⭐️


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Liked:
I was able to dig deeper into Snow’s character
Fast-paced
Fast-read


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Disliked:
A cliff hanging part
The lyrics of the songs part were boring for me
Not too action packed as I was expecting


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Overall, it is a fun read and I feel accomplished knowing how it all started. Thank you, Scholastic Australia, for my review copy.


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Xoxo,
Janna 🍂

Book Review #127: Straight on Till Morning by Liz Braswell (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

“When you’re young, you think the world will make room for who you are and what you want…. And then you find the world of adults is even more limiting than the world of children. With no room for adventure, much less your own thoughts.”

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Goodreads Synopsis

What if Wendy first traveled to Neverland… with Captain Hook?

Sixteen-year-old Wendy Darling’s life is not what she imagined it would be. The doldrums of an empty house after her brothers have gone to school, the dull parties where everyone thinks she talks too much, and the fact that her parents have decided to send her away to Ireland as a governess-it all makes her wish things could be different.

Wendy’s only real escape is in writing down tales of Never Land. After nearly meeting her hero, Peter Pan, four years earlier, she still holds on to the childhood hope that his magical home truly exists. She also holds on to his shadow.

So when an opportunity to travel to Never Land via pirate ship presents itself, Wendy makes a deal with the devil. But Never Land isn’t quite the place she imagined it would be. Unexpected dangers and strange foes pop up at every turn, and a little pixie named Tinker Bell seems less than willing to help.

But when Captain Hook reveals some rather permanent and evil plans for Never Land, it’s up to the two of them to save Peter Pan-and his world.

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My Personal Thoughts

Neverland is every child’s escape from reality. Growing up, I was not really a fan of Peter Pan or Wendy or even Tinkerbell. I watched the cartoons but I never had the chance to read the book. I was always the Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Alice in Wonderland kid and I never cared for any other stories but those of the famous Disney princesses.

It took me a while or rather should I say ages before I finally get what this book wanted me to understand. I have read the other Liz Braswell twisted tales collection before and only “As Old as Time” caught my attention and impressed me. Unfortunately, this story was not for me. I did not enjoy it (not even a bit) and I loathed Wendy so badly. She acted so gullible all throughout the story which irritated me. Please do not get me wrong. There are certain points discussed in this story that I really appreciated such as women empowerment, friendship, and standing up for one’s self.

I was happy with how Wendy answered back to Captain Hook when all the pirates thought of her as “MOTHER” who is supposed to do the laundry and such whilst she was with the company of the pirates. Wait what?! FYI, moms are not here just to clean up the mess and serve dinner or do the chores. Mothers are the everything. I am not saying this because I am a mom myself but because I am all for moms who are genuinely and unconditionally loving their children. Secondly, I am delighted with how the author explained that there are different types of children in the world: some are lucky to be loved, some are being abused, some are starving, and some are miserable. Each child is unique and should be appreciated so parenting is indeed a big deal and responsibility. Lastly, the ending is so amazing! Wendy fought for the rights of women and she was supported by her two brothers. That was gold! Although I was not a fan of the journey towards looking for Peter Pan.. like the story revolved solely around Wendy and Tink’s quest to find him. Just please give me a story with fierce female character who is not chasing some boy.

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Liked:
Messages conveyed to readers

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Disliked:
Gullible character
Sequence of events that are out of hand
Slow paced

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World Building: 2⭐️
Character Building: 2⭐️
Message: 5⭐️
Plot: 2⭐️
Overall: 2⭐️

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Overall, it was a rollercoaster ride full of fun events and it is recommended to readers who are avid fans of Peter Pan and the Neverland.

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Xoxo,

JaNnA 🍂

Book Review #126: Let It Go by Jen Calonita (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

“You are not alone in the world! You are a smart, resourceful girl, Elsa, and I know you can find a way to reach your sister even when she is out of sight. And Anna, with her warm heart and kind soul, will find her way back to you.”

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Goodreads Synopsis

What if Anna and Elsa never knew each other?
When a magical accident erases Anna and Elsa’s memories not only of magic, but of each other the sisters are separated for protection. But when Elsa unexpectedly finds herself as a young queen mysterious magic begins to happen and questions of her past start to form. Will the sisters ever be reunited?

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My Personal Thoughts

Let It Go is the Twisted Tale version of Frozen. I have always wondered how would it feel to have a sibling. Growing up as an only child has its pros and cons. I did not have to deal with annoying sisters or brothers and my parent’s attention were focused on me. On the other hand, I was always so jealous of my cousins who have siblings to fight, argue, and be best friends with.

I enjoyed this book so much because of the twist. Elsa and Anna both could not remember ever meeting or being together when they were kids. Their parents protected them by being separated from each other. Anna was adopted by the Queen’s best friend and Elsa grew up in the castle together with the King and Queen to prepare her for succession to the throne. They were both fine and living a normal life until their parents died from tragedy and Elsa longed for someone to be with her and share her grief.

It was a fun journey towards unraveling the truth about their identities. Frog Prince Hans was deceitful and cruel just like in the movies. He was ambitious to the point of destroying Elsa just for the sake of power and title. Kristoff, on the other hand, was a darling who supported Anna until the end except for that one incident when he chose to leave her and part ways when Prince Hans suddenly appeared in the picture.

My favourite character is “Olaf” because of his cheerfulness and loyalty to Elsa. Everything turned out pretty good in the end which is what every little reader would want in a Disney princess story. Again, this work of art showed feminism at its finest. As a woman, one does not need other people’s validation of their worth and one can always save herself without needing a Prince Charming to do it for her.

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World Building: 4⭐️
Character Building: 5⭐️
Writing Style: 4⭐️
Message: 5⭐️
Overall: 4⭐️

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Liked:
~Women Empowerment
~Blood is thicker than water
~Twist

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Disliked:
~How a man (Prince Hans) manipulated the situation in favour of him
~Anna not being able to hear the truth straight from their parents

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Overall, it is highly recommended to readers of all ages because of the life lessons incorporated especially to little girls.

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Xoxo,

JaNnA 🍂

Book Review #125: Marvel Museum (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

Comics or graphic novels are highly entertaining and it is good to know that they are still existing these days and people are still obsessed with them. I am not a member of the Marvel fandom but I requested a copy of this marvelous 80 years gem for my son. He enjoyed browsing it and looking into the photos whilst finding out about all the characters and how the comic itself evolved through the years.

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I remember asking my husband so many questions every time we watch a Marvel movie at home or at the cinemas. This book is humongous which is great for collectors and fans that enjoy flaunting their collection. Kids will enjoy this edition as well but I think that the adults who are big fans will benefit more due to the terms used.

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Each page contains very informative facts about the history of Marvel, the writers and contributors, and all the main and secondary characters. There are illustrations which made the reading experience of my son fun and enjoyable. Did you know that the first comics was published on October 1939? Wow! That is just epic and amazing! Just four years older than my late grandmother.

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There is a page dedicated to the milestones such as the first appearance of the Fantastic Four, Thor, Daredevil, and so on and so forth. Even if one is not a Marvel geek, one will still be able to understand and get a hang of its universe. I have only heard of Stan Lee from the TV series, Big Bang Theory, where Sheldon Cooper and the rest of the gang geek talk about comic characters and stuff so it was nice to read about him on this book. The colourful illustrations and well-written facts and descriptions are astounding and highly recommended.

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Thank you, Scholastic Australia, for my copy.

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Xoxo,

Janna 🍂

Book Review #124: Once Upon a Dream by Liz Braswell (Review Copy from Scholastic Australia)

“Her eyes were full of hate. Full. And… at the same time, empty. Soulless. Like those horrible creatures she keeps around her. The dragon was frightening… but Maleficent, she was bone-chilling.”

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Goodreads Synopsis

What if the sleeping beauty never woke up? Once Upon a Dream marks the second book in a new YA line that reimagines classic Disney stories in surprising new ways.

It should be simple—a dragon defeated, a slumbering maiden, a prince poised to wake her. But when said prince falls asleep as soon as his lips meet the princess’, it is clear that this fairy tale is far from over.

With a desperate fairy’s last curse infiltrating her mind, Princess Aurora will have to navigate a dangerous and magical landscape deep in the depths of her dreams. Soon she stumbles upon Phillip, a charming prince eager to join her quest. But with Maleficent’s agents following her every move, Aurora struggles to discover who her true allies are, and moreover, who she truly is. Time is running out. Will the sleeping beauty be able to wake herself up?

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My Personal Thoughts

Sleeping Beauty is one of the fairy tales that I enjoyed reading while growing up. I also have my childhood book which my mom keeps back home. This is the 4th Disney twisted tale that I have read and I quite enjoyed it even though it took me to different places and got me confused a couple of times.

Aurora found out that she was actually living inside her dream. Instead of dying due to Maleficent’s curse, one of the fairies made her fall asleep instead. The good thing is, she did not need any prince charming’s kiss just so she will wake up and be alive once again. I like the message that this book convey to the readers especially to little girls. Growing up surrounded by Disney princesses, I always thought that Prince Charmings will always save the princesses at the end of the day. This one made an exception and I just love it. Women are capable of saving themselves and making a name. We don’t need the validation of people around us and we all have the wit and skills to prosper in this world.

Maleficent’s character is insufferable here contrary to the movies where she ended up being a loving aunt. I despise the evilness that she possess which made me roll my eyes multiple times. Prince Philip, on the other hand, is just a vanilla character, hence, not really someone to swoon over or appreciate. Writing style is engaging and the plot is grounded though scenes were a bit confusing for me. The action scenes are full on which made the reading experience fun and not dull.

Overall, I enjoyed it and it is highly recommended to readers of all ages.

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World Building: 3⭐️
Character Building: 5⭐️
Writing Style: 3⭐️
Message: 5⭐️
Overall: 4⭐️

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Liked:
Women Empowerment
Action-packed scenes

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Disliked:
Confusing sequence of events
Boring male character

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Thank you, Scholastic Australia, for my review copy.

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Xoxo,
JaNnA 🍂

Book Review #123: Imagine Me (Shatter Me #6) by Tahereh Mafi

“Imagine me… Master of my own universe… I am everything I ever dreamed of.”

Goodreads Synopsis

Juliette Ferrars.

Ella Sommers.

Which is the truth and which is the lie?

Now that Ella knows who Juliette is and what she was created for, things have only become more complicated. As she struggles to understand the past that haunts her and looks to a future more uncertain than ever, the lines between right and wrong—between Ella and Juliette—blur. And with old enemies looming, her destiny may not be her own to control.

The day of reckoning for the Reestablishment is coming. But she may not get to choose what side she fights on.

My Personal Thoughts

Is it just me or the Shatter Me finale is too “trying hard” to achieve a happy ending? I do like a sweet conclusion but not to the point of giving away everything just to appease the readers. When I read the third book thinking it was just a trilogy, I was perfectly ok and satisfied back then although I hoped that there will be more Kenji moments. So when they announced that there will be three more books, I was so ecstatic not just because I’d get to read more about Kenji who is my favourite book bestie but because there will also be more from one of my book husbands which is Aaron Warner. The ultimate bad boy slash stone cold bastard who bent the knee for Juliette aka Ella. It was everything I could hope for but I was disappointed when 4th and 5th book were published and both were pure beating around the bush just so the story will go on and on.

The world building stopped on book 3 and it was disappointing. We discovered more characters along the way but the protagonist’s character building also went south. Instead of character development, I felt frustrated over Warner; Kenji became too annoying and ridiculous; and only Juliette soared high. I love the feminism and empowerment in the books but I am furious with the idea that her character was manipulated not just once but multiple times of people whom should be caring for her in the first place. It was a heartbreaking life which was only made sweet and sensible by Warner.

They are one of my favourite OTPs since I started my bookstagram journey in 2015. Lessons wise, there’s nothing really much to make out of it aside from going above and beyond for the person we love. The writing style is not my cup of tea any longer; I adored Tahereh’s writing way back when I was younger and maybe my taste for dystopian books just changed as the years go by.

I’m giving this a 3 star rating and I really hope and wish that it ended as a trilogy instead of trying so hard to make it a 6-book series.

Liked:
Stopping at nothing to be with the person you love
Book boyfriend

Disliked:
No heart stopping action scenes against the villain
Disappointing flow of story

World Building: 1⭐️
Character Building: 1
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Plot: 3
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Message: 2
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Overall: 3
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Thank you for reading my review.

xoxo,

JaNnA🍂

Book Review #122: Defy Me (Shatter Me #5) by Tahereh Mafi

“Happiness does not happen. Happiness must be uncovered, separated from the skin of pain. It must be claimed. Kept close. Protected.”

Goodreads Synopsis

Juliette’s short tenure as the supreme commander of North America has been an utter disaster. When the children of the other world leaders show up on her doorstep, she wants nothing more than to turn to Warner for support and guidance. But he shatters her heart when he reveals that he’s been keeping secrets about her family and her identity from her—secrets that change everything.

Juliette is devastated, and the darkness that’s always dwelled within her threatens to consume her. An explosive encounter with unexpected visitors might be enough to push her over the edge.

My Personal Thoughts

Hmmmm… I’ve read this book last year and drafted my review immediately but I forgot to post it until now. I’m currently reading the fifth book and was just about to finish it off.

I’ve had mixed emotions about Defy Me. This was supposed to be a trilogy and I was perfectly ok with how it initially ended. Then they made this a 6-book series so yeah why not. I’ve been waiting to get my hands on this one and frankly, it wasn’t that satisfying afterwards. The ending was so surreal that I was having second thoughts if it was really that good or the author was just saving the heartache for the final book.

Juliet aka Ella isn’t the same anymore. I’m so proud with how her character developed in each book. I remember being annoyed with her initially but that’s the beauty of reading a 5 to 7 book series, you get the chance to watch the characters get better or become worse. In Ella’s case, I’m impressed and happy. Warner, on the other hand, changed in a way that he became weak and soft because of his love for Juliette which is contrary to the latter’s case. She became strong instead of the weakling that she was in the first two books. I don’t know. I’m so confused and it feels sketchy given how this ended. I find it too good to be true so I won’t assume too much because Tahereh Mafi might break my heart in the last book.

Lastly, can I just say that I’m so pissed with how the antagonist’s fate was manipulated here? Come on! The villains can do better than this. I don’t want to spoil the fans but with the surprising appearance of someone, the five stars that I was about to give suddenly decreased. The twists are all too much to take in. Just when you’re about to recover from one mind boggling fact, another one will be revealed and it’s too overwhelming. Everything has been squeezed in and I didn’t like it. I was acutally kind of disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, I managed to enjoy it and I will definitely finish this series until the end but I was expecting a more decent story line

Liked:

Truth was finally revealed
Questions were answered

Disliked:

Too good to be true ending
Not so action-packed
The twist is annoying

Character Building: 4⭐️
World Building: 2
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Plot: 2
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Message: 3
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Overall: 3
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Thank you for reading my straight forward and unbiased review.

xoxo,

JaNnA🍂