Sweet April Giveaway


Halooooo… selamat 1 April. Menyambut bulan baru ini, saya kembali mau bagi-bagi hadiah buku untuk 1 orang pembaca Lust and Coffee. Kali ini hadiahnya surprise ya. Yang jelas ada lebih dari 1 buku fiksi genre romance yang akan saya bagikan.


Pic: Booksforbetterliving.com

Syaratnya gampang aja.
1. Follow blog Lust and Coffee ya.
2. Follow twitter @yuska77.
3. Post giveaway ini di twitter. Contohnya:

Mau hadiah buku dari @yuska77? Klik aja http://t.co/0hhHUA1uOO.

4. Tulis di kolom komentar: nama, alamat email, tanggal ulang tahunmu, dan tweet link GA ini. Share juga 1 judul buku yang pengen kamu baca.
Bakal ada surprise Birthday Gift untuk yang mencantumkan tanggal ulang tahun.
5. Periode giveaway mulai 1 – 20 April 2015.
6. Pengumuman pemenang tanggal 25 April 2015.

Good luck

Updated post.
Lima hari lagi menuju deadline. Hadiahnya ada 10 buku ini untuk 1 orang pemenang.



Wishful Wednesday 45: Books With Strong Female Characters


Nggak kerasa udah sampai di postingan ke-45. Belum semua wishlist saya terkabul, tapi saya belum kapok berandai-andai untuk memiliki buku impian.

Maret adalah Women’s History Month (di Amerika sih), saya jadi browsing buku-buku yang karakter tokoh utamanya kuat. Nggak nyambung dengan sejarah, walau ada juga buku incaran saya yang tokohnya memang ada di masa lalu.

Wishlist saya kali ini ada 5 buku.


Saya sedang mengikuti serial The White Queen yang diambil dari buku The White Queen, The Red Queen, dan Kingmaker’s Daughter. Kebetulan saya sudah punya The White Queen. Karena penasaran, saya jadi ingin membaca semua buku seri The Cousin’s War yang nggak kalah seru dengan intrik The Tudors.


Saya jatuh cinta dengan sinopsisnya. Dua anak kecil yang melarikan diri ke New York kemudian tinggal di dalam museum sepertinya mengasyikkan.


Kisah tentang imigran selalu memikat saya. Kali ini anak Mexico yang berkecukupan terpaksa harus hijrah ke California dan mengalami kesulitan ekonomi di sana.


Buku ini berkisah tentang seorang anak campuran kaukasia dengan kulit hitam dan mengalami kebingungan ras karena perlakuan lingkungannya.


Seorang gadis yang memasuki clique bernama Bluebloods di sebuah sekolah elit harus berhadapan dengan kasus pembunuhan. Saya cukup penasaran dengan karya Pessl.

Yang mau ikut pamer wishlist-nya, langsung saja klik Perpus Kecil.

Happy Wednesday!


Banned Books Challenge 2015


OMG, can’t help myself for joining this challenge. Thanks to Buckling Bookshelves for hosting this cool challenge.

DATES: January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015

RULES: Any book that has been banned or challenged counts. Books can be any format, any length, and can overlap with other challenges. Graphic novels, children’s books, picture books are all fine — any book that has been banned or challenged works for this challenge.

There isn’t one specific list to work from, but there are many different resources you can check out for ideas:
• The ALA’s lists of frequently challenged books (link). There are multiple lists split up by author, year, decade, and a separate list for classics, so there are a lot of options from all different genres.

• GoodReads has several listopia lists on the subject (link)
— this is particularly helpful for identifying books you already have on your shelves if you are a user of the site.

• The Banned Books Week Facebook Page is great about reporting current information on bans and challenges (link).

Buckling Bookshelves wrote last year about three Banned Book Victories as well as Additional Banned Books Resources (link)
including some information on challenged graphic novels.

• If you learn about a book getting challenged in the news, on a book blog, around the web, or wherever else you get your bookish news, it’s fair game. One book that made headlines last year was The Miseducation of Cameron Post — it doesn’t need to make any of the big lists to count. And if you learn about a new incident, I’d love to hear about it!

• Buzzfeed’s 33 Must-Read Books to Celebrate Banned Books Week.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Write a post identifying which level you are aiming to complete, linking to this sign-up post. If you don’t have a blog, just leave a comment stating what level you are trying for. Listing the books you’d like to read for the year is optional. If you do make a list, you are welcome to change it at any time.

For each book you read for the challenge, you can link-up your reviews
here, so everyone can read them! Reviews can be as short or long as you like, even a one-liner is fine. If you don’t have a blog, but post reviews on GoodReads or other similar site, you can link directly to your reviews there. If you don’t post reviews, you can leave a comment on the Review Link-Up page telling us which books you completed.

A year-end wrap-up post is optional and you may link yours up in the review linky if you choose to write one.

LEVELS: Below are the levels you can choose from. Changing your mind is OK — you can go up or down in level at any time. I said low-pressure, remember? I’m not the book police, I promise.

     Making Waves: 1-2 Challenged Books <– Signing up for this level
     Trouble-Maker: 3-5 Challenged Books
     Rabble-Rouser: 6-9 Challenged Books
     Rebel: 10-14 Challenged Books
     Leader of a Revolution: 15+ Challenged Books

Let's read and have fun with the banned books!


Lucky No. 15 Reading Challenge


Period of challenge: January 15, 2015 – January 15, 2016

Another reading challenge that I join this year. After doing a lot of thinking, I decided to join the Lucky No.15 Reading Challenge (thanks, Astrid, for hosting). I sucked last year, so hopefully I can make it this time.

This challenge will require you to read 15 books (or more) from 15 categories below. You can combine the books you read with other challenges (easy and super fun), but cannot use the same book for different categories in this challenge.

Try to match the categories from your TBR piles :) But if you don’t have any suitable books in your TBR – and want to find an excuse to buy a book for this challenge, that’s totally fine too!

Here are the 15 categories:

Chunky Brick: Grab that book with more than 500 pages that you’d always been afraid to tackle. You know you can do it!

Something New: Just purchased a book lately? Don’t let it buried in your stacks, read it now!

Something Borrowed: Read a book that you borrowed from someone else. Don’t make the owner waiting forever for you to finish it. (Books borrowed from friends, libraries, or even rental places, are allowed)

It’s Been There Forever: Dig your TBR pile and read a book that has been there more than a year. It’s time for you to appreciate it :)
Peach Blossom Pavilion

Freebies Time: What’s the LAST free book you’ve got? Whether it’s from giveaway, a birthday gift or a surprise from someone special, don’t hold back any longer. Open the book and start reading it now :D
An Abundance of Katherines

Bargain All The Way: Ever buying a book because it’s so cheap you don’t really care about the content? Now it’s time to open the book and find out whether it’s really worth your cents.
The Translator

Favorite Color: Pick a book from your shelf which has your favorite color for its cover! Is it pink, red or black? You decide.

First Initial: Read a book that has been written by an author whose first initial is the same with you (Example: If your name is Ana, you read anything written by Agatha Christie, Aesop, Arthur Conan Doyle, etc)

Super Series: Read one (or more!) books that belong in a series, it can be trilogy, or tetralogy, or anything.

Opposites Attract: Read a book that’s been written by a writer whose gender is different from your own.

Randomly Picked: Ask someone else (a friend, your spouse, even your kids!) to randomly pick a book from your TBR pile. Don’t complain whatever they choose for you, just read it :)

Cover Lust: Grab a book from your shelf that you bought because you fell in love with the cover. Is the content as good as the cover?

Who Are You Again?: You’ve never read a book from this author, maybe you haven’t even heard his/her name before. But who knows? Maybe he/she will become your new favorite author!

One Word Only!: Read a book that only has one word for its title (number is allowed as long as it’s only consisted of one word, e.g: 1, 2, 11).

Dream Destination: Read a book that has setting in a place you’ve never visited before – but would like to if you have a chance. Could be real places or even fictional!


1. To complete the challenge, you have to read at least one book for each category, or total of 15 books during the challenge period. Format of books are free, it can be e-book, printed book, audiobook, etc. You can set your own pace and do not need to follow the categories in particular order. You can also read more than one book for each category. You have to write your reviews/comments (doesn’t have to be long) in your blog/FB note/Goodreads page/tumblr/etc.

2. Please write a master post about this challenge in your blog/Goodreads/FB notes/etc, and submit your link below for signing up. You can use this master post to sort down the book(s) that you’ll read for each category, and edit them later if necessary. The sign-up linky will be opened from January 15, 2015 throughout the year until December 15, 2015.

3. There are also linkies for each category of the challenge. Please submit your link of review posts for each category in their respective linkies. These linkies will be opened in January 15, 2015 until January 15, 2016.

4. At the end of the challenge, write down a wrap-up post and submit the link in the linky too. The linky for wrap-up posts will be opened until January 31, 2016 to give you more time for wrapping things up. It’s okay if you don’t finish the challenge but you are not eligible to be selected as the winner.

More info: please visit Perpus Kecil.


[Book Review] Maharani by Pearl S. Buck




Judul: Maharani (The Imperial Woman)
Penulis: Pearl S. Buck
Alih bahasa: Lily Wibisono
Penerbit: Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Web Penerbit: klik
Terbit: Agustus 1993, cetakan kedua
Tebal: 800 halaman (Buku 1 & 2)
ISBN: 979-511-563-4
Format: paperback
Kategori: Fiksi
Genre: Romance, Historical Fiction
Beli di: Second OLshop
Harga: IDR 30,000
Kalimat Pembuka:
Suatu hari di bulan April, di kota Peking, pada bulan keempat tahun Masehi 1852, bulan ketiga perhitungan Cina, tahun kedua ratus delapan Manchu, pada zaman Dinasti Ch’ing yang agung.


Maharani merupakan kisah yang banyak menggambarkan intrik-intrik khas timur, serta kekejaman yang tersembunyi di balik kemegahan dan kemewahan istana kekaisaran Manchu di Cina. Novel ini juga menyajikan kisah yang romantis dan mendebarkan tentang seorang wanita ambisius yang rela mengorbankan ikatan kekeluargaan serta pria yang dicintainya demi meraih kekuasaan. Ia berhasil selamat dari usaha-usaha untuk menyingkirkan dirinya serta percobaan-percobaan pembunuhan yang ditujukan terhadapnya, hingga dapat mempertahankan kedudukannya sebagai penguasa suatu negeri yang amat besar. Wanita cantik dan cerdas ini adalah Tzu Hsi, selir favorit seorang kaisar yang lemah, ibu sang Pewaris, wanita terakhir dan terbesar yang memerintah Cina. Ia adalah Sang Ratu Takhta Naga.


Ketika saya mengetik blurb, saya membacanya dengan suara Maria Oentoe. Siapakah beliau? Googling ya, adik-adik 😁.

Ok, sekarang pendapat saya tentang buku ini. Karena saya membaca buku edisi jadul, buku ini terasa panjang. Bayangkan saja, buku 1 dan 2 digabungkan jadi 800 halaman. Lumayan tebal. Saya juga agak lama membaca buku ini, karena selingkuh dulu dengan buku yang lain.
Bukan karena buku ini jelek (malah sebaliknya, saya suka banget sama buku ini), tapi karena saya butuh selingan ketika membaca buku ini.

Maharani bercerita tentang Orchid yang dipanggil ke istana untuk menjadi selir kaisar. Di istana, selir juga ada tingkatan. Orchid terpilih menjadi selir kelas 3, yang paling rendah. Seiring waktu, karena ia memiliki tubuh yang molek, wajah yang cantik, juga kepandaian yang bahkan melebihi calon istri kaisar, Orchid diangkat menjadi selir kelas satu dan menjadi kesayangan kaisar.
Sepupu Orchid, Sakota, yang dipilih kaisar untuk menjadi istrinya, posisinya tergeser karena Orchid lebih disayang oleh kaisar.

Sebenarnya, Orchid sudah dijodohkan dengan Jung Lu, pengawal istana. Keduanya saling mencintai. Namun Orchid memilih untuk menjadi selir istana demi meraih kekuasaan. Orchid (atau Ci Xi) mengandung dan melahirkan seorang putra, membuat kedudukannya semakin kuat di kerajaan.

Ci Xi adalah tipe wanita yang rela melakukan apa saja demi mencapai tujuan. Ia pintar mengambil hati ibu suri, kaisar, hingga kasim istana. Ia juga lihai dalam melakukan strategi politik untuk menjatuhkan lawannya.

Ketika puteranya menduduki tahta kaisar, Ci Xi masih berkuasa. Ia juga merasa insecure saat kaisar memiliki istri yang dicintainya, membuat Ci Xi ketakutan menantunya ingin merebut kekuasaan. Dan yang membuat Ci Xi cemburu adalah kaisar dan istrinya saling mencintai, tidak seperti dirinya yang harus berpisah dengan kekasihnya, Jung Lu, dan menikah dengan almarhum kaisar yang ia benci.

Buku ini alurnya tidak terlalu lambat walau cukup panjang. Saya juga suka dengan pemikiran Ci Xi yang praktis, tidak seperti kebanyakan wanita. Ia juga pintar berdiplomasi, suka membaca buku politik, pintar melukis, dan lihai membaca kelemahan lawan. Sedikit banyak saya jadi membandingkan Ci Xi dengan Empress Ki.

Maharani pertama kali terbit tahun 1956. Bayangkan bagaimana jadulnya bahasa yang digunakan Pearl S. Buck. Namun, saya tidak terganggu sama sekali. Gaya bercerita Pearl S. Buck tidak manis dan puitis, tapi lebih straight to the point dan menghentak-hentak penuh luapan emosi. Apalagi latar waktu Maharani di era dinasti Qing yang penuh gejolak di mana bangsa Barat datang untuk ‘mengacau’ dan terjadi perubahan pandangan terhadap budaya dan tradisi Tiongkok karena pengaruh bangsa Barat. Pada masa itu perdagangan opium juga marak di Cina, membuat banyak orang Cina jadi pecandu.
Karena saya suka dengan sejarah, mau tidak mau saya jadi membandingkan buku ini dengan sejarahnya. Dan saya menemukan buku ini:


Nanti saya akan baca dan tulis resensinya sebagai bahan perbandingan.

Satu pepatah yang mewakili cerita ini adalah “You can’t always get what you want.” Selalu harus ada yang dikorbankan dalam hidup.


Apakah seorang yang berjiwa besar akan menyombongkan jasanya?

Aku tidak mengerti mengapa kita harus menerima agama asing, sementara kita sendiri telah mempunyai tiga agama yang baik.

Wanita yang berkuasa tak pernah punya orang kepercayaan.



[Book Review] Peach Blossom Pavilion by Mingmei Yip




Title Peach Blossom Pavilion
Author: Mingmei Yip
Publisher: Kensington
Author’s Link: link
Date of Release: June 1, 2008
No. of Pages: 432
ISBN: 9781617739088
Format: Ebook
Category: Fiction
Genre: Chinese Lit, Historical Fiction, Romance
Where to Buy: Better World Books, $7.99 here
Opening Line:
The California sun slowly streams in through my apartment window, then gropes its way past a bamboo plant, a Chinese vase spilling with plum blossoms, a small incense burner, then finally lands on Bao Lan-Precious Orchid-the woman lying opposite me without a stitch on.


In a sunny California apartment, a young woman and her fiancé arrive to record her great-grandmother’s story. The story that unfolds of Precious Orchid’s life in China, where she rises from a childhood of shame to become one of the most successful courtesans in the land, is unlike any they’ve heard before. . .

When Precious Orchid’s father is falsely accused of a crime and found guilty, he is executed, leaving his family a legacy of dishonor. Her mother’s only option is to enter a Buddhist nunnery, so she gives her daughter over to the care of her sister in Shanghai.

At first, life at Peach Blossom Pavilion feels like a dream. Surrounded by exotic flowers, murmuring fountains, colorful fishponds, and bamboo groves, Precious Orchid sees herself thriving. She is schooled in music, literature, painting, calligraphy, and to her innocent surprise, the art of pleasuring men. For the beautiful Pavilion hides its darker purpose as an elite house of prostitution. And even as she commands the devotion of China’s most powerful men, Precious Orchid never gives up on her dream to escape the Pavilion, be reunited with her mother, avenge her father’s death, and find true love. And as the richest, most celebrated Ming Ji or “prestigious courtesan” in all of China, she just might have her way even if it comes with a devastating price. . .

Sweeping in scope and stunning in its evocation of China, Peach Blossom Pavilion is a remarkable novel with an unforgettable heroine at the heart of its powerful story. . .


Peach Blossom Pavilion adalah buku kedua karya Mingmei Yip yang saya baca. Saya pertama kali berkenalan dengan karya beliau melalui Petals From The Sky (link review), dan saya baca versi terjemahannya. Meskipun mendapat rating ‘pas-pasan’ di Goodreads, saya menyukai buku ini. Bahasanya puitis dan ceritanya bikin hati ‘nyes’.
Saya agak heran dengan rating buku Peach Blossom Pavilion yang lebih tinggi tapi saya nggak suka dengan buku ini.

Alasan saya:
1. Ceritanya terlalu mirip dengan Memoirs of a Geisha. Biaa dibilang Peach Blossom Pavilion adalah ripoff-nya MoaG.
2. Bahasa yang digunakan nggak seindah Petals from the Sky. Terlalu brutal vulgar untuk ukuran buku historical fiction. Terlalu banyak kata fuck yang bikin saya risih. Saya nggak akan protes menemukan fuck yang bertebaran di buku erotica, misalnya. Pemilihan kosa katanya kurang tepat.
3. Di luar kemiripan dengan MoaG, buku ini terlalu sinetronish. Xiang Xiang anak orang berada. Bapaknya dieksekusi padahal nggak bersalah. Ibunya jadi biksuni. Xiang Xiang dititipkan pada kenalannya, Fang Rong, yang mengaku orang kaya dan berjanji untuk membesarkan Xiang Xiang. Ibunya ini tidak tahu latar belakang Fang Rong, asal kasih dan percaya. Sesampainya di rumah bordil, Fang Rong dan suaminya tertawa seperti orang-orang jahat di sinetron gitu, mengejek ibu Xiang Xiang, berkata bahwa mereka mendapatkan anak cantik dengan gratis. Oh my
4. Ciri-ciri fisik yang digambarkan Mingmei Yip di buku ini juga sangat stereotip. Fang Rong digambarkan gemuk dengan tompel di pipi dan penampilan lebay.

Jujur aja, saya kecewa dengan buku ini, tidak sesuai dengan harapan. Seandainya saya membaca buku ini lebih dulu, mungkin saya tidak mau lagi membaca buku karya Mingmei Yip.

Yang saya sukai dari buku ini mungkin hanya pace-nya cepat dan bahasanya yang mudah dipahami.

Saya belum kapok untuk membaca buku karya Mingmei Yip. Tapi, jika mengecewakan lagi, saya akan berhenti dan melupakan Mingmei Yip.



Kid Reads: The Little Engine that Could


Welcome to our new segment. Starting this month, I’m going to review children’s books, and perhaps, give some recommendations. Kid’s books are fun to read. It’s full colors, lightweight, and easy to absorb. The message is clear too. Each book has a purpose and, I feel a bit nostalgic everytime I read it. It always gives a good feeling. That’s what it’s all about, right?

And, our first book is:


The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper
Illustrator: Cristina Ong
Published: March 28th 1991 by Grosset & Dunlap
Format: Board Book, 32 pages
ISBN: 9780448401010
Price: $5.98 (20% discount)
Purchased at: Better World Books
Age: 4 – 6
Goodreads Link: here

Designed especially for toddlers, this large die-cut board book features an intriguing locomotive shape, bright, cheery illustrations, and a simple retelling of the original story just right for reading aloud.

I bought this book merely because I was given a list of readings that teach about The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Kids. It’s not compulsory to buy the books, but I think teaching kids through reading is very effective.
Since AJ’s school implements the 7 habits daily, it’s good to prolong the learning at home.

I love this book. It teaches kids to empower them to overcome difficulties.

My favorite quote:


What AJ thinks about the book:

I like the book. I want to be like the little blue engine.

Creds: here and here

Enjoy this rainy Wednesday!


Wishful Wednesday 44: Read The World


Akhirnya posting lagi setelah absen satu bulan lebih. Sebenernya pengin memenuhi wishlist yang belum kesampaian, tapi apa daya selalu ada buku baru yang menggoda.

Apalagi setelah blogwalking ke sini. Ann Morgan baru merilis bukunya yang berjudul Reading The World.


Salah satu wishlist saya minggu ini adalah buku di atas.

Setelah blogwalking ke blog-nya Ann, saya sempat kepikiran pengin ikut challenge yang serupa. Tapi, saya sadar diri karena sudah ikutan banyak challenge, jadi saya tunda keinginan saya tahun depan saja. Dan, tentu saja, untuk membaca buku dari semua negara yang ada di dunia agak sulit diwujudkan dalam satu tahun (untuk saya). Kalau saya jadi ikut Read The World Challenge, saya akan membaca buku dari negara yang bukunya mudah didapat.

Cek list bacaan Ann di sini

Demi mencicil buku untuk challenge impian, saya pengin punya buku-buku ini:


One Thousand and One Nights by Hanan Al-Shaykh

One Thousand and One Nights are the never-ending stories told by Shahrazad under sentence of death to King Shahrayar. Maddened by the discovery of his wife’s orgies, King Shahrayar vows to marry a virgin every night and kill her in the morning. To survive, his newest wife Shahrazad spins a web of tales each night, leaving the King in suspense when morning comes, prolonging her life for another day.

Gathered from India, Persia and across the great Arab empire, these mesmerising stories tell of the real and the supernatural, love and marriage, power and punishment, wealth and poverty, and the endless trials and uncertainties of fate. Retold by Hanan al-Shaykh, One Thousand and One Nights are revealed in an intoxicating new voice.


Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

From the award-winning author of Half of a Yellow Sun, a dazzling new novel: a story of love and race centered around a young man and woman from Nigeria who face difficult choices and challenges in the countries they come to call home.

As teenagers in a Lagos secondary school, Ifemelu and Obinze fall in love. Their Nigeria is under military dictatorship, and people are leaving the country if they can. Ifemelu—beautiful, self-assured—departs for America to study. She suffers defeats and triumphs, finds and loses relationships and friendships, all the while feeling the weight of something she never thought of back home: race. Obinze—the quiet, thoughtful son of a professor—had hoped to join her, but post-9/11 America will not let him in, and he plunges into a dangerous, undocumented life in London.

Years later, Obinze is a wealthy man in a newly democratic Nigeria, while Ifemelu has achieved success as a writer of an eye-opening blog about race in America. But when Ifemelu returns to Nigeria, and she and Obinze reignite their shared passion—for their homeland and for each other—they will face the toughest decisions of their lives.

Fearless, gripping, at once darkly funny and tender, spanning three continents and numerous lives, Americanah is a richly told story set in today’s globalized world: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s most powerful and astonishing novel yet.

Americanah akan diangkat ke layar lebar. Link berita klik aja.

Yang mau ikutan posting wishlist-nya, cek aja blog Perpus Kecil.

Happy Wednesday!


March 2015 Take Control Of Your TBR Pile Challenge


Another challenge that I’d like to join this month. Thank you Caffeinated Book Reviewer for hosting this cool challenge.

I need to reduce my TBR. It’s getting out of control, to be honest.


• Link-up! This is open to everyone. If you do not have a blog then link your Facebook or Goodreads account.
• Make a Goals/updates/Results post (can be combined) On Goodreads create a folder for Take Control and share your intentions on your wall.
• Begins March 1st, 2015 and ends March 31, 2015 at midnight.
• Read/listen to books from your TBR pile .
• ALL books must have been published before March 2015.
• Post a review to Goodreads, your blog or Facebook then link it to the Rafflecopter for an entry. (mini review)
• You can combine events, challenges etc.
• No novellas for this one peeps
• The rafflecopter will only allow you to enter up to two books daily, so update as soon as you finish a book.
• Earn an extra entry for adding Take Control Button to your blog, or facebook (with link-back)
• Use hashtag #TakeControlTBR
• Twitter Party and read-a-thon will be announced to help you reach your goals.
• Rafflecopter will close on April 2, 2015 at midnight and a winner will be chosen within 72 hours. Open internationally as long as Book Depository/Amazon/ Barnes and Noble ship to you. Prize: New 2015 release valued at up to $20.00. I will do pre-orders as well. (may request eBook or Audible audio copy).

My Goal


Not in picture:
○ The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma
○ Peach Blossom Pavilion by Mingmei Yip

Let’s get this party started!


March Madness 2015


Menyambut bulan Maret, saya yang agak kurang semangat membaca di bulan-bulan sebelumnya, bertekad ingin membabat timbunan sebanyak mungkin. Selain jadi host 100 Days of Asian Reads, saya ingin coba ikutan mini challenge yang bisa dilakukan bersamaan. Salah satunya adalah March Madness 2015 (thanks Cedarstation for hosting).

March Madness ini adalah kegiatan babat TBR selama satu bulan, mulai 1 Maret – 31 Maret 2015.

List bacaan saya untuk bulan ini:


1. Maharani 2 by Pearl S. Buck | Goodreads link here
2. The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold | Goodreads link here
3. Salmon Fishing in the Yemen by Paul Torday | Goodreads link here
4. Penghancuran Buku Dari Masa ke Masa by Fernando Baez | Goodreads link here
5. Pulang by Leila S. Chudori | Goodreads link here

Tidak ada di gambar:
1. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma | Goodreads link here
2. Peach Blossom Pavilion by Mingmei Yip | Goodreads Link here

Moga-moga saya selesai baca semua buku yang ada di list ini.

Happy Monday:)



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