What I Read | October

Greetings to you all. Hello and may you have a nice day ahead. It has been a while I have not do any book reviews. So, I had this little f...


Greetings to you all. Hello and may you have a nice day ahead. It has been a while I have not do any book reviews. So, I had this little free time before I am going to continue finishing my works, and this came across my mind. Managing my time between as a student and as an inspiring-avid-reader sure is a hard thing to right now, for me. I have not been able to read any new books recently and only managed to read a few of short stories online, you can see the review below. Those are some short stories that I found on Inkitt.

Circus of The Stars by Paul Gillingwater

Summary: Sione and Lan are two children on Earth, who are kidnapped by a travelling Circus, which moves mysteriously between the stars, going from planet to planet in an apparently endless quest. 

Honestly, this is a really good short story though I'm not fond of science-fiction books/short stories but it was nice to give it a read. I mistook for Zhang ZiYi as Zhang Yixing #lol the thought of me reading it in a wrong way was kinda hilarious. A request from me that this story should be made into a movie and I would like to see what it will looks like!

You can read this story available online at Inkitt - Circus of The Stars

Separated by Aerial Riley

Summary: Unemployed Rae wakes up one morning only to discover that something is missing - her body. Stuck in the astral plane, she must find a way to recover her memories and find her body before it's too late.

This story reminds me of a movie that I watched back a few years ago, the title was If I Stay starred by Chloe Grace Moretz if I am not mistaken. It is really nice to read this kind of plot and story line, and I think it is unique. This story is an eye-opener for me. A nice one.

You can find this story for free at Inkitt - Separated 

Swimming in The Rhone by Madly A. Hatter

Summary: An exploration of the taut relationship between Van Gogh and the figures in his paintings.

An excellent story! I loved every words poured into this story. It could relate that many artists long ago struggle in their paintings to search for the perfection elements. It is a really good one short story. Thumbs up to the author #applause.

You can read this story at Inkitt - Swimming in The Rhone 



Love, Syfka

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