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Dan Hujan Pun Berhenti

Book / Novel (E)

Dan Hujan Pun Berhenti

And Then The Rain Stops
by Farida Susanty

Format: Paperback, Indonesian
322 page(s)
ISBN/ISBN13: /9789790814417
Published Apr 01, 2011 by Grasindo

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Leo has a very gloomy past life. This past life creates a great longing to end his life. His family is rich but devastated The one and only who is closest to him left him, which makes him so saddened that he decides to run away from his home.

Intimidating yet adored by girls in his school, Leo has four loyal friends whom he doesn’t fully trust. In fact, Leo never trusts anyone; he always feels that he will be backstabbed eventually. Until one moment, he meets a young girl who is fixing up a rain doll.

He then asks her, “Hey, why do you fix it up?”

“So that the rain won’t come.”

“What if rain does come?”

“I will be dead even before I killed myself.”

“Do you want to kill yourself?”

“I will, if the rain doesn’t come”

And one day, the rain stops …

This novel tells a story of family, hardship, friendship, tears, and love.

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