「ṭһє ɢıяʟ һє ҡıṅԀ ȏғ ṅȏṭıċєԀ」
She's the kind of girl who nobody ever noticed, unless she committed some sort of treason against the school’s hierarchy.
The kind who always stayed under the radar, who never got any special attention. Because she wasn't all that special to begin with.
She looked average; short brown hair and blackish brown eyes hidden behind large circle glasses, and tan skin. Her body was always concealed by baggy shapeless sweaters and black leggings; didn't want to draw attention to herself.
Sabrina Ureña was just another nothing in the high school game. Out of all the characters in school she would never be the one the story is written about.
He’s the kind of boy everyone knew, in a way good and bad. His ego took him to places higher than you can imagine.
The kind who always spoke his mind no matter how idiotic he sounded. Because he would be heard, he hated silence.
He looked extraordinary; messy, yet shiny black hair that sat perfectly on his head, deep golden honey coloured monolid eyes that were just so enticing in every way. He was tall and had a thinner frame that always accentuated his sharp edges and soft cubes with the form fitting clothes he wore. Flashy bright colours and a gold chain, because he wanted all the attention.
Ezra Callahan wasn't popular, but that doesn't mean he went unnoticed. He was varsity in his sport, so it's only natural some people know his story, though people only saw his ego and story, they never noticed him.
But she noticed him.
Sabrina noticed Ezra in ways that no one ever could. She thought he was amazing. She thought that there was absolutely nothing like his laugh, big and bright like neon violet, but at the same time had subtlety sweet undertones, that his smile was the most perfect and pure thing she's ever seen. She saw the brightest and darkest aspects of his mind, his intelligence and impulse; regardless of how terrifying he could be she was never scared away.
Choices. Sometimes you make a choice that can save your life. You might make your choice for one reason, before the real reason even becomes clear. #bonniepipkin#aftercareinstructions#newbook#powerfulwords .
I picked up Aftercare Instructions on Sunday. I read a few pages this morning, and wow. I wasn't ready for it, but in such a good way. Anyone else read this one yet? I'm sharing a little blurb from the cover: “Troubled.” That’s seventeen-year-old Genesis according to her small New Jersey town. She finds refuge and stability in her relationship with her boyfriend, Peter―until he abandons her at a Planned Parenthood clinic during their appointment to terminate an unwanted pregnancy. The betrayal causes Gen to question everything.s
"The answer to the riddle before your eyes, isn't dead leaves and fleeting skies..."
There's something about @nightwishband's song. "Élan" that reminds of the entire premise of Pirates of the Withering Coast...
Anyway, here's Labyrinth from Pirates of the Withering coast... I didn't mean to make him so adorable 😂😂😂😂s
-Maulana Satrya Sinaga-
... Kalau kita tersesat dalam ikatan warna, tolong simpul aku jadi satu
Agar kelak anak kita mengerti bahwa rasa cinta kita begitu besarnya.
Jikalau ada yang pudar, biarkan pelangi. Jangan senyum kita yang menjadikan jembatan
Dan kapal-kapal berlayar dan bersandar pada kerinduan yang panjang.
Jikalau kau ingin pergi, aku ingin engkau permisi terlebih dahulu
Karena langit pun memberi tanda bila hujan tiba.
Keganjilan senja pada sesuatu yang menua adalah perihal ketiadaan dalam kegenapan
Aku ingin bila sempat kita ganjil, genap menjadikan sesuatu di kota lain.
Kota – kota begitu mudahnya menderita, suara violin terasa dari celah tua bangunan.
Aku ingin melihatmu yang bersembunyi dibalik jantung.
Jika rajukmu telah selesai, jumpai aku di dermaga. Agar secepatnya kita berlayar.
😨😨😨😨😱😱😱 kak Eshal sendiri bila baca memang entahlah, speechless. Tak terkata. Hati rasa sesuatu. .
Buat yg nak order dan tertanya-tanya, apa best sgt ke buku ni? Better baca sendiri.
Boleh whatsapp kak Eshal 016 635 9405 atau klik LINK dio BIO 💕s
I was sent this book by the author and I would highly recommend this series. I gave both books 5 stars on goodreads and I also really enjoyed the short stories that accompany them. I'm really looking forward to reading the third and final book in this trilogy.s