Ratna escaped the pursuit of Wilwatikta's soldiers while struggling to carry her newborn baby this afternoon. Fresh blood poured out, Ratna had been hit several times by a swordsman. Amid the rain and storm, Ratna passed through the forest to Grandpa Semar's house to find shelter for her baby. Arriving at Grandpa Semar's house, Ratna's condition could not be saved. Fortunately, the baby still survived, unscathed. The baby was given the name Wisanggeni, and would later rewrite history on the island of Java. Wisanggeni is not an ordinary young man. Since leaving his mother's womb, Wisanggeni already has awareness and is able to remember whatever happened at birth. Under the guidance of Grandpa Semar, Wisanggeni continued to be trained, but Wisanggeni did not have the strength to absorb natural energy. Even so, Wisanggeni will later transform into a figure who dares to challenge the wrath of the sky, even though his behavior is ridiculous, naughty, and often absurd. When he was fifteen years old, Wisanggeni was brought by Grandpa Semar to learn silat so that Wisanggeni would find the seeds of his strength. The pencak silat community calls Wisanggeni a 'stone child', meaning a child born from a stone, because no one knows its origin. The only one who defends Wisanggeni is Kenanga, a tough female warrior who is respected by all students of the pencak silat school. In the future, Wisanggeni will shake up Nirvana, which has been calm for a long time. To get all the answers to the questions he has.
Under Singapore's glitzy facade, a centuries-old mystery is about to once again explode from beneath. Divyane, the Southeast Asian chapter of the Order of Magia, aims to unearth more about the legends surrounding a mysterious place named Pancur. Enter the students of Semangat Junior College. Amidst their supposedly monotonous lives, a conspiracy is unfolding within their very circles. A conspiracy that could change everything that has been known to them. Forever.
When it comes to relationships, everyone has their own opinions – of what to do and what not to do. Some make it look easy when trying to find a partner and have a lasting relationship, while others find it extremely hard and give up trying. Some men even find it hard talking to women and resort to paying for companionship. That’s why a lot of men come to Thailand – I think it’s because meeting someone who doesn’t judge them for their quirkiness or deficiencies and overlook things most western woman judge, is very compelling to some. So, this book is not a guide to meeting Thai girls, it’s just my interpretation on the whole farang and Thai girl culture – and how easy it can be to find and settle down with a nice Thai girl and truly be happy.