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PERFECT by Judith McNaught

Perfect, Judith McNaughtPerfect is the first English novel I have read.

I remember after a meeting Joy, Dacky and I went to Jo's to have our dinner and while we were waiting for our food to be served Dacky was sharing to us its story....and it was just so interesting that was why I was convince to why not read it albeit it was a nosebleed to me.

Joy finished reading the novel for just 3 days and me? It took me 6 months. Yeah, its true! I returned the book just this week. Its funny but it was actually an accomplishment to me because imagine, I've finish reading a book with that thick! First time azz in... The first few chapters of the book i read it while i had my OJT in Link2Support every idle time, when we don't have calls especially during sleeping time of our clients.

So what can I say about the novel? Great, great, great. Just in chapter 1, it already made me cry. Julie Mathison in her childhood? and you know naman that i've always love children so no need to wonder. Also, while reading the story I felt that i am as if watching a movie. Characters and scenarios were very well described and it was really amazing. Ganyan ba talaga iyan? Though the love story was quite common as what i have seen on movies it was still good especially in the romance part. Hehehehee...and i also like the happy ending. Sometime soon, I will post my favorite lines in Perfect.

Next novel to read: Paradise by Judith McNaught also. I borrowed a book already in the library and I don't know when will I finish reading it but one thing is again for sure albeit, im gradually learning to love the subject English more.

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8 comments:

  1. WOw. 6 mos, it's quite long ha. Congrats because it is indeed an accomplishment for you. How I wish I would find myself sometime reading as thick as that novel you've read. I'm quite intrigue how good the story was but the problem is I can't stay long staring the text in the book...tsk...tsk...tsk...COngrats alms...hehehhe....

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  2. Hehehehe, fulfillment akong una nga word nga gigamit dapat diay accomplishment. Naunswa man ko oi, nganong kato akong nabutang. Career woman ka kasi eh..ehehheheh pero oks lang ibang books naman ang binabasa mo...IT books..ehheheheheh

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  3. aw.. waa. ok lang uy! sorry pud kay la tika na follow up about a2.. hehehe.. my mistake not yours, I mean c melai a2 kay mag opening prayer.. hehehe.. na misunderstand lang ta a2.. aw, sori kay nadamay ta mo sa assembly, nadala lang ko.. hehehe.. sorry sa bad attitude.. hehee.. peace!nasuko gani si ryan co sa akoa about a2.hehe.. salamat alms, as in salamat jud.. xenxa kaau. in demand man gud imo talent ba.. heheh

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  4. hala..ug unsa ni akong nabasa diri??hehhehe...alms, i tagged u...please check out on: http://girlopinion.blogsome.com

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  5. @ara: ok lang oi basta ikaw. In demand jud ang talent? ehhehehehe

    @grace: hehehehe, human na nako link imong mga blogs. Ala lang nagkasinabot..ehehehhehe

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  6. 6 months explains that you don't read much of fiction stuff but hey.. nice of you to read it too. It's nice right..? hehe. I love the book too and I'm looking forward to read other novels of Judith McNaught. Though I already read all her (McNaught) novels in our library but there's some that the University don't have.

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  7. @young.joe: thanks joy, you are actually one of my inspiration about fiction thing. Hheheheheheh. Idol na idol ko kayo ni Dacky pati na rin si Remolleno.hehehehhe. Kafirti gani nahurot na nimo basa libro ni Judith McNaught sa library.heheheheheh

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  8. i love all of judith McNaught novels. she's my fav author. i read more than 300 novels but she's been my fav all along

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