A cat lover,Khaliza hails from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. It’s because she s been hanging out with cats since small and has been giving her pets weird names such as Jules Verne and Guggenheim Tenzing. Another similarity is characters faced many obstacles in their relationship. Even if she did, she should have. I ran across this book at Borders and upon seeing it’s bluish cover i was hoping for some hopeless romantic wedding blues.

My fav is the last 2 eps. At the end of the day, Wedding Speech could have been a good read, but it is bogged down by juvenile humor, unconvincing characters, and contrived narrative gimmicks. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The writing technique is too much telling and repetitive narration at some points. There are also some unfortunate use of big words at the wrong places – “literally” is used, redundantly, in scenes where the characters can’t not be literal, for example. Wedding Speech is Khaliza’s debut novel. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

WEDDING SPEECH by Khaliza Khalid

Kelly is also another unbelievable character. Start dari Kelly jumpa dgn Yana. He is a selfish creep, no questions asked.

I don’t want to say much. Hani Norisham rated it did not like it Mar 13, Regardless, this is not a useless effort. Nonetheless, I was still drawn to him and I guess the author’s writing which infuses humor and witty observations helps to counterbalance Yusrizan’s conceit. It has got to do with all aspects including the character, the intricate words, the short sentences and the whole story line.


wedding speech khaliza khalid review

A cat lover,Khaliza hails from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Only on the second read did I get that this is no ordinary sappy tale. I also enjoyed the subtle changes in Yusrizan’s character as the story progresses.

wedding speech khaliza khalid review

He also has a son, whose name is Khairy. The narrative is deliberately disjointed – seven out of ten Malaysian authors aspire to convince their readers that these authors are part of a literary wunderkind parade, after all, through contrived use of narrative gimmicks – but the author isn’t consistent with her tenses, so it soon becomes annoying when when both present and past tense show up regardless of whether the scene in question is in the present day or in the past.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There are times when I everything is too connected or repetitive up to the extend that I feel like going round the circle.

Wedding Speech

Moreover, as Yus is always in debt, her more generous allowance affords him an avenue to borrow mone Yus and Kelly first meet as Malaysian scholarship students – he a college sophomore, she a prep student – in California, USA. Narcissus lives in sin, but prays on time.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. At the end rfview the day, Wedding Speech could have been a good read, but it is bogged down by juvenile humor, unconvincing characters, and contrived narrative gimmicks. Bab-bab sebelum tu rasa macam nak give up dah.



Not saying that it is terribly bad but I just have had a hard time trying to understand and to finish the book. The naughtier and more fun WS reminded me of TN.

wedding speech khaliza khalid review

You may need a Thesauras or was it Toy’s R Us. Yusrizan is fixated with breasts; that much is clear. First of all, I’m not writing this as an expert book reviewer or seasoned writer. Lists with This Book. It’s not your run-on-the-mill speech, mind you, weddinh therefore our hapless groom struggles even to draw an outline.

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Wedding Speech by Khaliza Khalid

Pait rated it it was amazing Feb 22, At the story beginning, he’s a flawed character, so full of himself that at one point he thinks he looks like Khaliaa Depp. Fiction reflecting reality reflecting fiction? I turn the pages, mostly with one brow raised higher than the other, because this guy is a complete train wreck. Books by Khaliza Khalid. Oh, how little did i know.