Top 10 Favorite Books For Summer Reading

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August 19, 2020 by loratadine



Konnichiwa, Minna-san~

Summer vibes everywhere! Alias Jogja lagi panas-panasnya. So, sesuai request, postingan kali ini yaitu beberapa buku dengan setting waktu di musim panas, di pantai, maupun yang menurutku heart warming dan easy read beserta ratingnya di goodreads.comΒ :

1. Love & Gelato – Jenna Evans Welch (4.11🌟)
2. What to Say Next – Julie Buxbaum (4.07🌟)
3. Words in Deep Blue – Cath Crowley – Gracetown (4.07🌟)
4. Alex, Approximately – Jenn Bennet (4.00🌟)
5. The Anatomical Shape of Heart – Jenn Bennet (3.94🌟)
6. Ayesha At last – Uzma Jalaluddin (3.91🌟)
7. Summer in Seoul – Ilana Tan (3.91🌟)
8. When Dimple Met Rishi – Sandhya Menon (3.71🌟)
9. Finding Sisu – Katja Pantzar (3.67🌟)
10. Sea You Soon – Happy Rose (3.50🌟)


Oiya, aku masukin 1 nonfiksi Finding Sisu karena ada beberapa referensi kegiatan (outdoor) yang cocok buat ngisi liburan aliasΒ #dirumahajaΒ karena masih pandemi. Mana yang udah kalian baca? Nomer 3 dan 4 reviewnya sudah tayang ya. Cek postingan sebelumnya~

Buku mana nih yang bikin kalian penasaran?


Komen di bawah ya. Siapa tau bakal jadi bahan postingan selanjutnya.

Have a nice Weekend.

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Favorite Books For Summer Reading

  1. Ma'rifah says:

    Penarasan sama Ayesha At Last-nya πŸ€”

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