Review – Bonus Track


Title : Bonus Track
Author : Koshigaya Osamu
Translator : Andry Setiawan
Publisher : Penerbit Haru
Published : Oktober 2014
Page : 380 pages
My Rating : 3.5/5


Aku sendiri pun terkejut. Aku tidak pernah berpikir akan menjadi hantu dan bergentayangan.

Kusano Tetsuya bekerja di sebuah restoran hamburger besar di kotanya. Suatu malam, saat ia pulang kerja sambil mengendarai mobilnya, ia menjadi saksi tabrak lari. Sebuah mobil sport hitam melaju dengan kencang, meninggalkan seorang pemuda bertubuh kecil tergeletak di jalanan di tengah hujan.

Kusano mencoba untuk menolong pemuda itu, bahkan sampai memberikan napas buatan. Namun semua sudah terlambat. Semalam suntuk ia harus memberikan pernyataan di kantor polisi.

Gara-gara itu, Kusano demam tinggi dan bahkan berhalusinasi. Pemuda korban tabrak lari itu muncul di kamarnya, tidur-tiduran di atas sofanya, dan bahkan berbuat usil!

Tapi, apa itu benar-benar hanya halusinasi? Halusinasi itu sendiri sih mengaku kalau ia adalah hantu….

Kadang bonus track itu sendiri malah lebih baik dibandingkan dengan keseluruhan album.

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My Reading Habits Tag & My Reading Nook

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I love to visit beautiful blogs. It’s not limited only for book-blog but also other blog which have pretty site and also photographs. One blog which I enjoy to visit is The Bookie Looker. It’s a book blog, and because I’m rather a newbie in the book-blogging world, I love to visit another book blogs (yeahh).
Anyway, I got this tag from The Bookie Looker. I’m not being tagged but I think this will be a fun post because I don’t have posts other than book review here ;A;.
So here we go.
 

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Review – Pride and Prejudice

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Title : Pride and Prejudice
Author : Jane Austen
Publisher : Project Gutenberg (e-book)
Published : August 2008 (e-book)
Page : 673 pages
My Rating : 4/5

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.”

So begins Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen’s witty comedy of manners–one of the most popular novels of all time–that features splendidly civilized sparring between the proud Mr. Darcy and the prejudiced Elizabeth Bennet as they play out their spirited courtship in a series of eighteenth-century drawing-room intrigues.

Blurb taken from goodreads

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