Review: Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook ShinShort book review first:Review: Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook Shin4 days ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Fallen In Love, book 3.5 of Fallen series, by Lauren Kate
I found out the book is so silly and meaningless that it doesn't deserves anything good remark from me.
Why am I still reading book from the Fallen series? Maybe I'm waiting for miracle to happen, maybe I'm still waiting for Lauren Kate to somehow redeem her creation. But no, she didn't do it with her four books of the Fallen series, she wasn't doing it in Fallen in Love neither.
Those short stories in Fallen In Love read like some teenage cheap romances, and those stories add nothing to the mythologies of angels, they don't help us to understand the charact
Chapter 1Keegan was trying to run, to run away from the whips that lashed out at him, to run away from the one person who would use those whips against him. His father.Chapter 14 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
He sped through the house, trying to get to the front door, to escape. But the house seemed to go on forever, time was moving slowly.
He felt a sting on his back, turning to see his father standing there with a whip in his hand, smirking at him. He stopped running, knowing that he could never get out of there. His father disappeared and Keegan heard a scream. Knowing it was his mother, Keegan ran towards the sound.
He found his mother crouched on the floor, sweat rolling down her f
Prologue“B-b-but Sir, don’t you think that we should wait longer to carry out the plan?” said a shorter man in a grey suit that looked obviously too small on him. The pen he was holding was shaking from his nervousness of speaking in front of his boss.Prologue4 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Tim. Don’t.” whispered the woman sitting next to him.
The man at the end of the table stared at Tim, looking at him as if he came out of nowhere. Tim’s whole body started shaking. Tim’s boss, just smiled.
“Don’t worry, Tim, is it?” The man asked, but Tim didn’t say anything, just shrunk farther back into his chair, “The p