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Book number 4;
#The_5th_Wave by #Rick_Yancey

I read this book through one of the previous semester’s final exams.

I loved it. I used to wait for my breaks just so I can read it!

It’s about aliens basically.. 
It’s so much like #The_Host book by #Stephenie_Mayer. Except, less romance.
If you read ‘The Host’ book before and enjoyed it, then you would definitely enjoy this one.

It’s about a girl named Cassie that survives all the first 4 waves, but, has been separated from her younger brother. And in this book she goes through hell of a lot to try and find her brother and keep him safe from The 5th Wave.

Through this journey of trying to find him, she meets this good guy, Evan Walker. But she doesn’t know if she should trust him or not. Because after the 4th wave NOBODY can be trusted.

***

They always say; “It’s the journey, not the destination.”
Well, I’m the kind of person that cares about the journey but also wants a good destination. In this case, I really loved reading that book, but I also wanted a happy ending.

Which is why I really hated the ending of this one. I was really frustrated. Maybe others would say it is the perfect ending.. But, I don’t think so.

Nonetheless, I do recommend reading it. I might reread it one day myself!

Enjoy your books everyone💗

I wish of those who have read this book to share their opinions!

(#The5thWave #RickYancey #TheHost #StephenieMayer)

Book number 4;
#The_5th_Wave by #Rick_Yancey

I read this book through one of the previous semester’s final exams.

I loved it. I used to wait for my breaks just so I can read it!

It’s about aliens basically..
It’s so much like #The_Host book by #Stephenie_Mayer. Except, less romance.
If you read ‘The Host’ book before and enjoyed it, then you would definitely enjoy this one.

It’s about a girl named Cassie that survives all the first 4 waves, but, has been separated from her younger brother. And in this book she goes through hell of a lot to try and find her brother and keep him safe from The 5th Wave.

Through this journey of trying to find him, she meets this good guy, Evan Walker. But she doesn’t know if she should trust him or not. Because after the 4th wave NOBODY can be trusted.

***

They always say; “It’s the journey, not the destination.”
Well, I’m the kind of person that cares about the journey but also wants a good destination. In this case, I really loved reading that book, but I also wanted a happy ending.

Which is why I really hated the ending of this one. I was really frustrated. Maybe others would say it is the perfect ending.. But, I don’t think so.

Nonetheless, I do recommend reading it. I might reread it one day myself!

Enjoy your books everyone💗

I wish of those who have read this book to share their opinions!

(#The5thWave #RickYancey #TheHost #StephenieMayer)

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Thermochromic table by Jay Watson

imagine banging someone on that table

imagine being home alone and seeing imprints on that table

noooooo stop

Imagine having a friend sit at that table for a long while, but when they get up there’s no imprints at all.

What if you got up after trying to console a crying friend, and found that you had no imprints… and they were crying because they missed you?

This went from being inappropriate, to being scary an to just being something sad…

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