Top 5 Wednesday | Worst Love Interests (male or female) (Feb 24 ’16)

I forgot to post this yesterday. Anyways…let’s get on with it. Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey on Goodreads. This week’s topic is Worst Love Interests (male or female).

In no particular order:


Aspen from The Selection by Kiera Cass

I hate it when men/guys/boyfriends try to decide for the girl. And all because of manly ego, because he can’t provide for the girl better. I know that can be a real issue in real life/ reality, but still, asdfghjklasdfghjkl America knows what she’s getting into when they started going out. And the nerve! Trying to get back with America when she’s starting to like the prince.

America from the Selection by Kiera Cass

And ugh, America. I do like her, a bit, but did she really have to string to guys along? Aspen and Mason didn’t deserve that, and I don’t even like Aspen much.


Max from Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins

He’s too jealous. I can’t stand it when the guy is too jealous.


Gideon from Recipe for Love by Katie Fforde

He’s older, and he’s a judge, for goodness sake. Some rules are not meant to be broken, even if you say you’re not biased.


James from Lucy in the Sky by Paige Toon

He cheats. And he knows how to sweet talk someone enough to convince them that they’re telling the truth. I dislike that type.

Sooo…this is kind of like 5 worst interests I recently read about instead of my top 5 because I really can’t think of them. But anyways, thank you for reading.

What are your worst love interests?

Joining in the Fun | My Life in Books Tag

Hiya~ 😀 It’s been awhile. I’ve been busy this whole week, baking and trying to write fanfictions because they’ve started a shadowhuntershipweeks on Tumblr, and it’ll be like a countdown to Lady Midnight’s release next month.

Also, before I forgot… HAPPY VALENTINE’S! haha I’ll live today vicariously through the characters from my fanfictions. Yes, I know, sad sad life.

Anyways, I was watching/listening to booktubers videos while baking and heard of this tag, so I decided to do it. So…


♥ Find a book for each of your initial

S – Saida : Summer Sisters by Judy Blume
A – Adila : Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the UniversS – Sukman : Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

Count your age along your book shelf- which book is it?


Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare (is it cheating if I counted starting from my Shadowhunters shelf? haha)

Pick a book set in your city/state/country.


Adam dan Hawa (Adam and Eve) by Aisya Sofea (Well, I don’t know any English books set in my country, so I chose a Malay book.

♥ Pick a book that represents a destination you would love to travel to.


Bittersweet by Sarah Monk (I’ve always wanted to visit Cornwall, England ever since I read a few books that were either set in Cornwall, or have their characters visit Cornwall. I love the countryside, and the atmosphere in a small town. Too bad when I went on my Europe trip a few years ago, I didn’t have enough time to visit the countryside.)

♥ Pick a book that’s your favourite colour

♥ Pick a book that’s your favourite colour.


Yup. While I found my love of reading thick, English novels because of Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix, but me starting to like reading is because of the Nancy Drew books. In primary school, I used to spend a lot of time with my late grandmother, and she would always bring me to the small library in neighbourhood. I would sit on the floor by the bookshelf and read Nancy Drew books for hours 🙂

♥ Which book did you have the most difficulty reading?


Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. It was so thick and the fonts were so small. It took me months to finish.

Which book in your TBR pile will give you the biggest sense of accomplishment when you finish it?


The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. Since it’s February, I chose a book from my February TBR pile.

Thank you for reading~ 🙂 I’m not going to tag anyone so if anyone wants to do it, feel free to do so. 🙂

January 2016 Wrap Up

So, 2016 started with me reading tons of books. I practically read 1.5 books in a day. And because of some last minute changes, during my last week of vacation, I stayed with my aunt in PJ instead of the one in Putrajaya, and get to raid my cousins’ bookshelf. Read three books from my cousin’s bookshelf when I finished the three books I brought during my trip.

2016 reading goals: 200 books/ 365 days

January ’16 reads: 22 books/ 200 books

Total reads: 22 books/ 200 books

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