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The Time Traveller's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger || Review by HaniCheLat

Kak Hani is the eldest sister of a good friend. She's an engineer by profession but has tremendous passion and talent for baking (cakes & cupcakes), photography and arts&crafts. She also has 3 beautiful kids. Here is an excerpt of her review of this book.

Time traveling as the main plot. Plots in the book are divided according to years and the main characters', Henry and Claire, age. That is somehow expected when we are meddling with time traveling, right? Love the way the writer described the meadow, where most of the events took place. The part that I didn't really like reading was Henry's 'dark side' with Ingrid. I wish I could skip those parts, but I just couldn't. Jumping pages is not advisable when you read this book. 

I normally don't take long to finish reading a novel, 3 days in average. Sometimes, I'd be able to finish reading in a night. But not with this book. I kept flipping back and forth the pages, to check on the events that already occur in the past/future. Finished reading in 5 days. Couldn't do any sooner that that , and it bit me.. So intense, and sometimes felt creepy, I even dreamed of me time traveling.Was so into the book huh? One thing that I learned from this good read was to accept yourself as you are, and never give up on hopes. True? Yeah, kind of.
My review here.
Thanks for the review :) Good luck on your reading challenge!

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