ellekaie's review

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lighthearted reflective medium-paced


p0stc4rds's review

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this book proves that singaporeans have never experienced love

amothersmusings1's review

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Not read - passed on.

luminaria's review

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I enjoyed reading this one story, one night. It's mixed of a lot of genres, some of them were a bit futuristic, some of them are around everyday themes, love, family, and grief. My favorite short story has to be Things We Hide by Clarissa N. Goenawan, The Ruby Case by Wan Phing Lim (God I love both of these), and ATM Agony Aunt by Melanie Lee (It is written in a fresh new format which is fun!). Some of the stories are... involving grief in the best possible way and how much this book reminds me of little details about Singapore! This is the best random buy I bought this year. I don't think it is mass-produced anymore.