Ini Bulutangkis, dan Ini Indonesia, dimana impian dibawa ke dunia nyata, tidak berlaku untuk Gusni Annisa Puspita, remaja yang 'kelebihannya' adalah keterbatasannya. Cita-citanya sejak kecil untuk membuat orang tuanya senang dengan bermain bulutangkis terus kandas.

Suatu malam sebuah kenyataan pahit datang untuknya, sebuah kenyataan tak berperi, hidup yang tidak berpihak kepadanya, kenyataan yang berbicara lantang kalau bermimpi saja tidak akan pernah cukup.

Dan, perempuan Indonesia dengan segala keterbatasannya itu memutuskan untuk melawan, memutuskan untuk terus berjuang demi impiannya, memutuskan untuk terus mencintai hidup yang tidak pernah sempurna.

Memutuskan untuk berani mencintai, dan mencintai dengan berani…
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Well glad that the storie really cover it up and once I start reading it, it goes smoothly 2.

However small other parts like the tournament and its entire comments are quite boring.

Even if I skip those part I still can get the ssence of the story.3.

I think that I have more attraction in reading first book from the subjec of story.

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After waiting for sometimes, I got what the author wrote in his penultimat nove.

But the cat inside kept wondering what ind of tal he wrote in 2.

It urged me to grab and read the essa.

It did not care the possibility of same old pattern that might be used by the novelis in his earlie ook, like song lyrics everywhere or too many great quote that might make you sick of it.2 brought me to Gusni Annisa Puspita and her family.

The author wrote the beginning and detail about her family very well.

Because she got one big dream and she believed she could make it happen.Overall, 2 was a bad memoi.

But it is better if you go figure it out yourself what the red line between Gusni and badminton by reading this novel.

I almost lost my interest.Luckily the author still left the family part for me.

Although I got a sens that something bad happened to the family, I just could not stop to read it.

I thought this book would be a serious family drama.

I have never been so wrong.I wish in the firs book the author will not do such thing.

One big question that still bang my mind is about Gusni 's disease.

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But in the nd, the books is giving me more.Gusni Annisa Puspita is a bo with a ot of " big " things.The first thing that catch the attention is her size.

A big heart that full of dream for her supporting family, a loyal father who will do anything for his family, a care mom who always giving spirit and attention, and an ambitious sister who always encouraging.

No one got wasted.Since the beginning of the ook, we 'll found out that Gusni has big determination, passion and spirit.

Cute friendship of Gusni and Harry was just lovable.I felt scare when Gusni and Harry is trapped in the middle of riot and down when the fire burn Harry 's dream.Then when the truth about Gusni 's condition revealed, I 'm so moved by their determination, love and support.

This book have a strong message to keep on believing your dreams and fight it as you have no limit. " Saya harus percaya cita-cita saya, harapan saya, impian saya, kalau tidak untuk apa saya hidup?

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