Drown By Esther Dalseno

Seven emotionless princesses. Three ghostly sirens. A beautiful , malicious sea witch haunted by memories. A handsome self-mutilating prince. Belonging to a race that is animal with little humanity, a world obsessed with beauty and where morality holds no authority, a little mermaid escapes to the ocean’s surface. Driven by love and curiosity, she consults a malicious sea-witch […]

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Singapore’s China Town

I’ve been to China Town here in London before, and I can tell you the hype is nothing compared to the one in Singapore.  Singapore’s China Town is filled with markets selling all sorts. I went to Singapore before the Chinese New Year, so there were a lot of decorations celebrating the year of the […]

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Little Girl Gone By Alexandra Burt

Disclaimer: I was given an early review copy by HarperCollins via NetGalley in exchange of an honest review. “Home is where the harm is” blares the tagline of this compelling novel by Alexandra Burt. In sounds quite extreme and upon reading that tagline you would probably expect an intense rollercoaster told in the perspective of […]

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Red Queen By Victoria Aveyard

Power is a dangerous game. Set in a fantasy world where people are segregated into two groups depending on the colour of their blood, the Reds are commoners who live in extreme poverty. They are ruled by a Silver elite who possesses god-like supernatural abilities. For the Silvers, the Reds were born to serve them […]

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Very Berry Smoothie

Berries are the perfect fruit to devour in the summer whether you’re having it in a bowl mixed with other fruit, or in a smoothie. These delicious summer fruit have many amazing health benefits. Berries are said to be big on antioxidants, and eating foods that are rich in antioxidants can improve your health, protect […]

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