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Before We Say GoodBye by Louise Candlish

To cut it short, Louise’s story plots are very similar in every aspect. Someone loses a close family member then isolate him/her self from their normal life and get to live in a fantasy world, building up other relations elsewhere. ~ 4/10.

Thirst by Christopher Pike

Thirst #1 is divided into three books; The Last Vampire, Black Blood, Red Dice. Basically, the story is about a vampire girl, Sita, who tries her best to cover up her identify and if anything gets in her way, she takes away their lives. It was my first time getting into horror, and I enjoyed it very much. The book gets 8.5/10 from me as the ancient stories of their God, Krishna slowed me down.

Torn Apart by James Patterson and Hal Friedman

I wasn’t really interested in non-fictions after this book. It’s a story, a real one, about Cory’s lost childhood. At the age of five, he was diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome. Over the years, his Doctors struggled in finding a cure to overcome Cory’s weird tics by taking all sorts of medicines they had in mind but nothing worked. When he’s 16, he decides to get rid of every medicine that made his status worse and get involved in wilderness camp all alone, and that, apparently, was his only cure. ~ 9.5/10.

+ I'm currently rereading Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince.