A dyslexic’s Book Reviews

When I was 7, I was told that I am with a learning difficulty, dyslexia. What this mean is that I had found reading, spelling and writing to be tedious. I hated reading. Going to school was a chore. I could not understand the teachers clearly. Fellow students sometimes treated me like an idiot. After trying school for a while, we decided to try homeschooling. The journey began when we traveled from Singapore to United Kingdom overland. Spending 3 months with my parents, my dad read to us every night. However, it was a challenge from my mum that really sparked my love for books – 3000 pages for a trip to Universal Studio in Singapore.

Now, I love books and I can’t get enough of it. This is  a list of books that I have read and reviewed. All from my humble opinion, hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Imposter by Suzanne Winnacker (submitted for Bronze Award)

Defector by Suzanne Winnacker

Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanada Adichie ( submitted for Bronze Award)

The Other of Truth by Beverley Naidoo

The Witch of Salt and Storm by Kendall Kulper (submitted for Bronze Award)

The Animal Farm by George Orwell

The Fault In Our Star by John Green

Insurgent by Veronica Roth (submitted for Bronze Award)

Twilight Book Saga by Stephenie Myer

Run by Gabby Tye

The Dairy of Anne Frank by Ann Frank

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