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  • 三個A Cup 的女人
  • Amy Cheung
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
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    Blog | Twitter | Instagram | As a note an e galley of this novel was sent to me via Net Galley by the publisher in exchange for an honest review This does not effect my opinions in any way There was something entirely disappointing about Hummingbirds Fly Backwards sure there wasis solid writing gorgeous cover art a catchy title and opening sentence But there is something incredibly flat about the entire story itself; constantly la

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    Hummingbirds Fly Backwards by Amy Cheung is a emotional journey of a novel that is dramatic insightful sexist introspective narcissistic and desirous of love and martyrdom This look into the lives of three Asian women and the men they have fallen in love with is well written and culturally insightful but still I had the overwhelming need to

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    Adulteresses are always a bit of a conundrum for me You can't root for them unless circumstances allow and you can't discount them either And

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    Thank you to Publishing and Netgalley for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This book is beautifully written It follows the story of Chow Jeoi a lingerie saleswoman who is in love and having an affair with a married man and her two friends Chui Yuk and Yau Ying who are also somewhat unlucky i

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    I received this engaging touching novel as a Goodreads giveaway The close friendship and loyalty between three women is b

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    Don't read this if you are a guyThe book was interesting enough A good starting pace a what seemed to be interesting story but man the ending just killed it It was resolved but a half hearted attempt at it I felt I appreciated the nuances in the language used by the author it felt very asian; non native English It did get slightly maybe a lot irritating all the talk about men and philosophizing about love and women and men in lo

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    Loved this bookI like Hong Kong and this book brought good memories of thereAlso interesting the way thE Chinese women there handle their problems their friendships and support they give each other

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    The Cover is great The beginning held promise but fell flat The characters never really make you interested in any of them And writing was a bit mediocre

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    Disclaimer I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for providing me a complimentary e copy of this book This in no way affects my thoughts and opinions of this book which are my own To be honest I was first intrigued by the cover and premise of the book The premise seemed intriguing 3 modern women in 1990's Hong Kong and their relationship issues Unfortunately the execution of the novel fell uite flat These characters

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    The books starts with the rather catching sentences I've always wanted to write a story whose protagonist a bra To me that looks like a very different and Interesting sounding start Sadly for me the story could not stand up the that and felt

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三個A Cup 的女人

Irthday Fashion model Chui Yuk will do anything to support her boyfriend’s dreams of being a writer even risk her own career And law firm secretary Yau Ying feels lost within her relationship which after seven years lacks passion Together these adventurous young women will navigate romance and betrayal personal Don t read this if you are a guyThe book was interesting enough A good starting pace a what seemed to be interesting story but man the ending just killed it It was resolved but a half hearted attempt at it I felt I appreciated the nuances in the language used by the author it felt very asian non native English It did get slightly maybe a lot irritating all the talk about men and philosophizing about love and women and men in love etc throughout the book To have gone through all that for that lame ass ending was a waste of time Skip it

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In Hong Kong in the 1990s three twentysomethings search for love and learn that they must find themselves firstChow Jeoi is a lingerie saleswoman who is desperately in love with a married man She is willing to wait for him despite her own loneliness and her increasing uncertainty at the approach of her thirtieth b Blog Twitter Instagram As a note an e galley of this novel was sent to me via Net Galley by the publisher in exchange for an honest review This does not effect my opinions in any way There was something entirely disappointing about Hummingbirds Fly Backwards sure there wasis solid writing gorgeous cover art a catchy title and opening sentence But there is something incredibly flat about the entire story itself constantly lacking something for me I can t uite pinpoint all that was wrong with it because it did have a world of promise but it just didn t work for me I put it down often wondering if it was just me but looking now at its rating I see there is a general nod to how lackluster it felt in its reviewsAlthough most people will disagree with me I found one of the character s nature to be the novels biggest perhaps only saving grace Only one She is unlikable as can be but for this reader it was to the point where I couldn t help but to like her all the for it Sometimes you just can t connect with a character and their flaws or their complete inability to connect with their reality but you don t always have to Chow Jeoi is an unlikable lead but that s just about the most charming thing about Hummingbirds Fly Backwards While I didn t necessarily root for her I did find myself feeling rather fond of her and her delusion her flaws and she is the only reason I gave the novel 2 stars instead of 1Continued BOOKEDJ Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry for love and learn that they must PHP Pocket Reference find themselves Signaler un problème firstChow Jeoi is a lingerie saleswoman who is desperately in love with a married man She is willing to wait The Face on the Milk Carton for him despite her own loneliness and her increasing uncertainty at the approach of her thirtieth b Blog Twitter Instagram As a note an e galley of this novel was sent to me via Net Galley by the publisher in exchange Winds of Enchantment for an honest review This does not effect my opinions in any way There was something entirely disappointing about Hummingbirds Fly Backwards sure there wasis solid writing gorgeous cover art a catchy title and opening sentence But there is something incredibly The Odds Against flat about the entire story itself constantly lacking something Tokyo Kill for me I can t uite pinpoint all that was wrong with it because it did have a world of promise but it just didn t work Unbroken The Reaper Diaries for me I put it down often wondering if it was just me but looking now at its rating I see there is a general nod to how lackluster it Bhishma an Enigma felt in its reviewsAlthough most people will disagree with me I The Art of Loving found one of the character s nature to be the novels biggest perhaps only saving grace Only one She is unlikable as can be but Jack Kerouac for this reader it was to the point where I couldn t help but to like her all the School Finance: A Policy Perspective for it Sometimes you just can t connect with a character and their Reputation flaws or their complete inability to connect with their reality but you don t always have to Chow Jeoi is an unlikable lead but that s just about the most charming thing about Hummingbirds Fly Backwards While I didn t necessarily root Alfablot for her I did Wild Gypsy Rose (Royals of Cardenas Book 4) find myself Heads of the Colored People feeling rather A New Understanding of ADHD in Children and Adults fond of her and her delusion her The Syrian Rebellion flaws and she is the only reason I gave the novel 2 stars instead of 1Continued BOOKEDJ

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Growth and independence perseverance and disappointment And after every heartbreak through laughter and tears they will be there to lift one another upA bittersweet portrait of love loss and the triumphs and pains of entering adulthood Hummingbirds Fly Backwards speaks to a uniue and timeless kind of love friendsh Disclaimer I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for providing me a complimentary e copy of this book This in no way affects my thoughts and opinions of this book which are my own To be honest I was first intrigued by the cover and premise of the book The premise seemed intriguing 3 modern women in 1990 s Hong Kong and their relationship issues Unfortunately the execution of the novel fell uite flat These characters were so unlikeable and also just kind of boring I found myself either rolling my eyes or wondering what somewhat sane person would act in the manner of these women I understand they re relatively young but it seemed as though some of their actions were done solely to increase the drama in the stories and keep the readers interested in which it did not succeed A good story doesn t need likable characters or even sane characters to be successful think Gone Girl but it does need characters who are consistent with themselves at the least The characters weren t the only problem The plot itself was weak There were multiple minor plot points that really didn t need to be included and just distracted from the story Harsher editing could have cut these moments out and kept the story somewhat on track In addition some of the plot points just seemed repetitive and I found myself wondering if I had accidentally gone backwards in the book and was re reading the same scene I wouldn t recommend this book to many people honestly It had a lot of potential but it fell very flat What the author was good at and why I gave it 2 stars as opposed to 1 was interweaving the stories together and not having too many characters Each character was pretty distinct and memorable and as a reader I didn t feel overwhelmed with an excessive cast of characters

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