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I must not love you, for I may leave this world anytime. But, just now,someone told me something meaningful. I was taking a rest at the park when I sawan old man in his seventies.

We chatted, and he said this to me, "In love,either you love, or you don't. A frail old woman,also in her seventies, chatted with me. Somehow, our conversation also endedwith this sentence, "In love, either you love, or you don't. Joanna, I have been thinking. I havebeen trying not to love you, but the fact remains: I love you.

I can try toforget you, I can try not to love you; but still, it eventually boils down tothis single sentence: Who am I to fight love? Product details File Size: Goody Books December 19, Publication Date: December 19, Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled. Share your thoughts with other customers.

Write a customer review. Showing of 7 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I just loved this book.

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It had so many meanings. Most of all love. Love seemed to be the theme to me Shameless author who writes good story but advertising his books within and plagiarized names real people without effort to hide his intentions.

Poor grammar with loads of swearing but full of heartlander flavor of Singapore. This is one of the best books that I have ever read.

Low Kay Hwa is a fantastic author. His books just want to make my cry, laugh, pull my hair and just This book is a MUST-read. It is wonderful. Dramatic, wonderful and it just tugged at my heartstrings! Kindle Edition.

Joanna believes she is cursed and that every time she speaks to someone, her words will harm them. Not wanting to hurt anyone she isolates herself, refusing to speak to anyone, anywhere, even at school. Joanna has just one friend; Landy, who she confides in and who seems to be the only person immune from the curse. On the first day of school Jacky, a local boy tries to befriend her and he refuses to give up no matter how much she ignores him.

Will he also be affected by her curse? Written in what I can only describe as broken English, the style took me a little while to get used to and it didn't have the flow I normally like as I read. I found the characters lacked depth and descriptive writing was none existent so I wasn't able to become engrossed in the story. There was an interesting little touch where a book was mentioned by one of the characters and the book in the story was actually written by this author, a good bit of self promo that I haven't come across before.

Overall it was an interesting story with a couple of twists but it had an uncomplicated plot and was quite simply written. Copy supplied for review. One person found this helpful. For a book that is only 88 pages long I Believe You is an amazing book. I rather enjoyed Low Kay Hwa stayed true to spelling, bringing with it more authenticity, rather then changing it to the American spelling. I Believe You tells the story of a young girl, Joanna who has lost both her parents and now believes she is cursed.

To save others from the curse she withdraws into herself, never smiles or talks. Jacky, who's known her for sometime now decides to make it his personal mission to make her smile.

Follow the journey they take and find out where it leads. Is Joanna truly cursed? What secrets is Jacky himself hiding? I Believe You is a short read that flows very well.

I Believe You. It has no link with other novels written by him, except attempt by the writer to promote his other novels. Of all novels and books that I've read, only Low Kay Hwa promotes his other works in another of his.

The book is set from a person's point of view, in this case, Joanna Fung. Being 88 pages long in context, it felt more like a kept diary of events that build up the atmosphere, rather than a short novel, because of the way its written in the character's point of view.

The atmosphere, however, took quite some time to build up. It accelerates its pace as the reader moves deeper into the story. In this novel, I was so absorbed in being the character, that I actually "felt" that emotion of the character, mainly because of the way Low Kay Hwa writes.

Even though the English words used are mainly simple words, it kinds of complement this particular novel as the words flow easily, which means the reader does not need much precious time to register the words used, especially when emotions built up are easily lost through understanding and thinking.

However, particularly because of this, the build up of emotions tend to be a little slower more "simple" words have to be used then novels that uses more detailed and refined words to explain a particular emotion.

The setting, however, is heavily based in Singapore. Being a Singaporean myself, I can relate the environments easily. But readers from other countries, particularly from the western region, might require some look-up or research of Singapore culture to fully understand and relate to the story.

The importance of the story, however, is not the setting. Readers are encouraged to be the character itself, mainly personal emotions rather than how it interacts with the environment. One problem that I faced in this novel is that the introduction is a little dry and plain, it puts me off after reading the first 2 chapters , but it is important, especially during flashback moments, when these parts are being brought up to inject certain emotions to the reader.

Therefore, it, although being dry, plays an important role in itself. The novel has many short chapters, kind of like a pit stop, with each chapter lasting an approximate 4 pages long. Not because I didn't want it to end, in fact, the novel by itself is complete, there would be no point extending it, but that personal moment when you are the character lingers somewhere in me, somehow. I would personally give an advice to other readers out there, which is to prepare some paper handkerchiefs to wipe tears away, as this novel is pretty manipulative in terms of emotions to the reader.

I would personally give this novel an approximate rating of 3. It might put readers off, but perseverance is sweet, especially if it helps understand and relate to the story. Liv Constantine. In the Unlikely Event. Judy Blume. Still Me. Jojo Moyes.

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