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Arkib (50 Buku Setahun 2011) > Ops Bersih! Sekotak buku Nurul yang belum dibaca

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message 1: by Nurul (last edited Mar 01, 2011 11:32PM) (new)

Nurul (nurulhidayahyahya) | 242 comments Hahaha, terlambat lagi..

1. Did It Really Happen?

An interesting read. Did it really happen? My personal favourite will be those one story about theft and amputation. also the Japanese Lessons via phone conversation.

2. Tiga Kali Seminggu

Dalam banyak-banyak karya FT, saya lebih suka baca cerpen FT berbanding novel.


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Nurul (nurulhidayahyahya) | 242 comments 3. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) by L. Frank Baum The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

A story about a collection of beings who are in search of Oz to grant their wishes without realizing they possess it all along within themselves.And Oz is not that wonderful wizard but humbug. And the wicked witch is not that strong to fight - she melted by merely just a bucket of water. A fun read for a classic children's story.

4. Karya Nan Indah by Faisal Tehrani

Karya Nan Indah

FT ada menyelitkan kisah-kisah bagaimana karya-karyanya terhasil disini, contohnya Kombat 1515H - novelnya yang paling saya gemari dihasilkan sewaktu dia berkelana pada musim sejuk yang paling sejuk di Turki. Ada sembilan cerpen turut disertakan pada pengakhiran buku. Sesuai bukan saja untuk pengarang baru, tapi untuk peminat-peminat FT yang mahu mengetahui proses "the making of..".


message 3: by Nurul (last edited Mar 29, 2011 08:15PM) (new)

Nurul (nurulhidayahyahya) | 242 comments 5. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

Treasure Island

Ay, Started read'g this since December 2011, but finished only yesterday. Took long for me to really get the seaman's language. Interest'g. I'll reckon to memorize the words and phrases at the back of the book first, if you happen to buy the collin's one.You see, it'll make your life yo hoo hoo easy that way.


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