At last, after a whole year missing my sister, she is back from New Zealand. Well, I don't missed her that much but my parents do, seriously I don't, haha. And she is here bringing along her friends
so that I can choose which one (or two or three or four) I want to take as my girlfriend, flocking into my house (and they stay for several nights!!!) leaving my dad and I being uncomfortable in our own house (seriously, there are many of them). You know what, at first meeting (with my sister and ALL of her friends) my face really gets blushed. I can feel my face warmed and its getting hotter, and hotter and hotter and warmer. Oh my God, all I can do is pray so that nobody noticed it (though I know they are all not blind). hen, don't know how red it can be and I don't want to know it either, I chiow somewhere else. I don't know why I easily get blushed when I am with girls who I am not familiar with and it always happens(most of my friends know this). Then, the next day when I know more of her friends is coming to the house and stay for a while, I decided to leave my dad alone with the girls, have fun pack my things and moved to my grandparent's house. Haha, shame on me for being such a cocky shy boy. dad!
So, I read this when I was with my grand's.
Reading from the covers, the title is Book of Tomorrow by Cecila Ahern. Well, I think this is the newest from her and this is my first time reading her book and I don't know her. So, reading some synopsis at the back of the book, the impression about the story is about a book which tells about your tomorrow. And the main character in the story, a girl name Tamara has to decide what she has to do with her already-know-tomorrow-fate. Then I read, and read and read and I found nothing interesting about the book. The book is a crap. The story is all about the girl's life and the ending is only about the girl's life, means there are nothing about the mysteriousness of the book revealed which I was hoping for. I don't like the story, I don't like the book. If you're a girl, a good girl, this is a good book for you. Good boys don't read this book, bad boys don't read this too. This is a girl's book. I regret buying this book using my last part of my scholarship. What a waste (that is why I am so
angry hormonal upset now.)
But if you're planning to stay at your grandparent's house for a while and they have nothing to feed your fun-and-enjoy-till-die life, so this book is not that bad to read but still, it is a bad book. So, don't buy this book! (unless there are some terrorists putting your neck into the edge of the sword forcing you to buy this book, so you buy it)