On the Radar | May 3rd, 2015

banner on the radar Hello, Sunday! Hello, you😉 Salah satu hal yang saya nikmati saat berselancar online, tentu saja adalah blogwalking. Dari blogwalking tersebut, dalam hal ini berjalan-jalan ke blog-blog buku, biasanya saya akan menandai beberapa judul buku baru yang nantinya akan saya cari tahu lebih lanjut. Entah itu kemudian membaca review-review terkait, mengecek kesediaan buku tersebut untuk dimiliki, atau kemungkinan memasukkannya ke dalam wishlist. Nah, sebagai rekam jejak, saya akan memulai feature baru di blog ini yang judulnya On The Radar. Postingan-postingan didalamnya nanti adalah list buku-buku yang menarik perhatian saya. It will end up on my tbr list or not, I will not know until later. However, I knew I’d love to do this feature because in the future it might help me picking next book to read.

This week very first list, are:

Dari Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction 2015 long list, saya tertarik dengan The Country of Ice Cream Star by Sandra Newman, The Girl Who Was Saturday Night by Heather O’Neill (apalagi setelah sempat mengintip reviewnya di sini), dan A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler. However, I already add the ebook version The Country of Ice Cream Star and A Spool of Blue Thread to my ebook reader apps. Jadi ya, udah masuk tbr piles ya. Hehhe😀

  • The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Udah agak lama sih liat review ini di Daily Dosage, sampe lupa sinopsis dan ulasan isinya kayak apa. Tapi yang jelas, mostly kepincut sama covernya yang kece. So, cover lust? You bet.

  • The Ship of Brides by Jojo Moyes

Kalo ini sih jelas, karena Jojo Moyes adalah salah satu penulis favorit. As I recall reading the review on Blogging for A Good Book, this novel is a historical fiction (which also my cup of genre) and the story will evolved around four female central characters. This one will have my priority🙂 Honourable Mentions: The Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson and Penguin’s Poems for Love (after reading the review from Liane on Eclectic Tales) Last but not least, I’d like to share that I signed up and back on Netgalley. I consider myself lucky to have found that Annie Barrows (co-author of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society) will publish her next work called The Truth According to Us and the publisher has approved my request of its e-ARC. So, I guess that’s for this week. I hope I’ll see you on next Sunday!

Keep Calm and Reading😎

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