Category Archives: Book Reviews

“A Shoulder to Cry On: A Mellowing Tale with Lingering Darkness” by Dongmul

2022 has been the year of webtoon adaptations. Starting from Semantic Error which broke the internet to Cherry Blossom After Winter, the bar has been set too high. Another webtoon adaption, A Shoulder to Cry On, will make its way to the screens soon and today we bring you its webtoon review. Written and illustrated by Dongmul, A Shoulder to Cry On is a coming-of-age story of two boys trying to deal with life. You can read the story officially on Lezhin.

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Criminal Intentions by Cole McCade (S1) Series Review

Baltimore homicide detective Malcolm Khalaji has his own way of doing things: quiet, methodical, logical, effective, not always particularly legal. He’s used to working alone—and the last thing he needs is a new partner ten years his junior.

Especially one like Seong-Jae Yoon , who also ranks higher than him. Icy , detached & beautiful Seong-Jae is all that and more, impossible to work with and headstrong enough to get them both killed…if they don’t kill each other first.

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“My Ride, I Love You” by Patrick Rangsimant

I spent last week mostly in bed, sick, reading and working. When I was asked to review “My Ride, I love You” , it came as a good sign for me to re-read the book , or atleast parts of it. Because just the mention of this book makes me feel so happy and my face lights up with a smile.

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“The Scum Villain’s Self-Saving System” by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu

While suffering from some serious withdrawal symptoms after reading “Heavens Official Blessing” and “Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation” by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu, I decided to embark on this new journey-The Scum Villain’s Self-Saving System.

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“The Dumb Husky and his White Cat Shizun” by Meatbun Doesn’t Eat Meat

While the social media handles are rift with tweets and posts about popular Chinese adaptation “Immortality”, the probability of this show ever making it to the silver screen seems dim.

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