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Game Review: Monument Valley I

©tto. Macworld. If you're like me who is fond of trying out games of different genre, you probably downloaded a bunch of games out of curiosity or simply for the purpose of entertainment and leisure. Given that habit, I recently... Continue Reading →


Women of Victorian Era: An Insight on Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White

The Woman in White was Wilkie Collins' fifth novel published in 1860. The novel was praised to its Gothic, mystery themed story line; a norm in the Victorian Era. Social inequality, poverty, labor tragedies so as child labor, hunger are... Continue Reading →

Cartoonists Who took Simple Illustrations to the Next Level

  From intricately detailed graphic novels of the most renowned artists then and today to this generation's emerging cartoonists who have tried their luck to gain attention through minimal and plain illustrations, it may seem like a David and Goliath... Continue Reading →

Sad Girls by Lang Leav: A Review

credits: Honestly, I'm having second thoughts on writing a review of this book because first, I believe it will be awful, awful in a sense that it will give away a brutally honest review which may trigger my fellow Lang... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW: Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me by Lily Collins

Featured photo not mine. Credits to the owner.    On March 7, 2017, actress Lily Collins released her phenomenal book of self-reflection in which she depicted all from personal life experiences such as her battles with eating disorder, past relationships,... Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated Book Releases this 2018

photo credits to the rightful owner. All photos below are also not mine, credits go with the owner.  Though it may seem quite too late to share my anticipated books of 2018, I am still delighted to unveil and recommend... Continue Reading →

#WakandaForever: Black Panther Film Review

photo credits to Marvel:   SPOILER AHEAD!   Black Panther is the eighteenth film in Marvel Cinematic Universe. It follows the origin of Black Panther as well as the introduction to Wakanda and its people, Wakandans. The film started... Continue Reading →

Escape from Sobibor: A Review

credits to the owner of photo.  Sobibor was only one among six extermination camps established by Germans between 1941 and 1945. The movie began with portraying how every Jews were transported in Sobibor by train, all thirsty and some dying... Continue Reading →

10 Cool Facts you probably didn’t know about Sarah J Maas

  Sure, most readers have heard about the phenomenal author Sarah J Maas and her incredible works that left readers (including me!) either deliriously satisfied or totally messed up--Talk about Throne of Glass which she derived the twists on Cinderella... Continue Reading →

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