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Book Launch | 3.67



 
30 Oct 2020 17:00 - 18:00
/ / Free Event
ubudwritersfestival.com.

Nara is a coffee shop co-owner in Jakarta. In a world where the walls have ears and each citizen’s every movement is under technological surveillance, accidentally leaving your smartphone at home is not a petty mistake. Nara is charged with a three-month probation, and a parole officer named Alta is assigned to her case.

Nara adalah salah satu pemilik kedai kopi di Jakarta. Di dunia di mana dinding memiliki telinga dan setiap gerakan masyarakat berada di bawah pengawasan teknologi, meninggalkan ponsel cerdas di rumah secara tidak sengaja bukanlah kesalahan kecil. Nara didakwa dengan masa percobaan tiga bulan, dan seorang petugas penegak hukum bernama Alta ditugaskan untuk menangani kasusnya.


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Sekar Langit

Sekar Langit published her debut novel 3.67 in 2019. Her poems have been published in multiple anthologies; Masa Depan (Penerbit Rumah Kita, 2019), Lomba Cipta Puisi Hari Ibu (Badan Sastra, …


Hestia Istiviani

Hestia is a bookdragon. Beside her professional job as Managing Editor in Kata Depan Publisher, she is also an initiator of a silent book club, Baca Bareng. She is actively …



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