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KL International Book Fair 2008

Posted: April 3, 2008 in Events
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I remember reading about an article somewhere (i can’t remember where) that reveals the reading habits of Malaysian which (oh well) is not that impressive, I would say…


I do hope I’m not one of them… tsk tsk… Anyway, there will be a KL International Book Fair and the details as follows:-

When?? –>  4th – 13th April 2008                                                                  

Time?? –> 10am – 7pm (open till 9pm on Fri-Sun & Public Holidays)     

Where??  –>  Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur

More Information??  –>  CLICK HERE                                                       


I’m Currently Reading:-




Devil Read Books…

Posted: December 23, 2007 in Devil Ramblings, General

Ever since I need to take my compulsory leave till next year (A full 13 days including Saturday and Sunday), I figure I will review what else was in my 2007 Resolution and one of them happened to be, “read more books (irregardless whether its fiction or non-fiction)”.

I bought a few books before this and decide that I will bring them out and read them. 

When I first bought the book, Honk! If You’re Malaysian, I thought to myself should be a good and light-reading. 


But seriously, I felt the book was just a waste of money and it didn’t really grab my attention for long.  I got a bit restless after reading about 20-pages.  Certain points do make sense but its just not my cup of tea as some jokes seems quite familiar.

Then I moved on to PS I Love You by Cecelia Ahern.


A quick note.  Cecelia Ahern is the daughter of Ireland current Prime Minister.  I will recommend this but this is a light reading, not the “massive-suspense” provided.  So if you are looking for a more interesting book, I won’t recommend this.  I know that the movie is launched on 21 December 2007, I’m hoping that it will be better than the book.  😛

Then I read the book known as The Secret.  The main topic revolves around the “Law of Attraction”.  Quite an interesting read, I reckon.



And right now, I’m resting in between and started another John Grisham book known as The Innocent Man.  John Grisham never fails to suprise me since I last read The Broker and i’m only in Chapter 4 and he has already blown me away into the book.



Merry Christmas everyone.