If we’re going to have our Philippine presidential election this year, I guess this lady will win it…. by a landslide. And I finally was able to get hold of a copy of this book by Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago. Santiago is a Philippine senator-politician that is well known for her wit and charm, bravery… Read More My Thoughts About Stupid is Forever by Miriam Defensor Santiago (Book Review #33)
Imagine a world without adults. Imagine a world where only 14 years old and below lives in this world. Imagine a world ruled by children. Their worries shifted from their normal home and school issues to their struggle for survival. That is what this series is all about. Gone is the first in the six-part… Read More My Thoughts About Gone by Michael Grant (Book Review #32)
“Memories are precious … they help tell us who we are.” ― Katherine Applegate, The One and Only Ivan The book follows the story of a caged gorilla named Ivan. Living at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade for many years, he has grown accustomed to humans. He spends his day watching TV… Read More My Thoughts About The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate (Book Review #31)
4.5 out of 5 stars. “Rise, red as the dawn.” ― Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen The book is a dystopian/fantasy novel where the people are separated by the type of blood that they have. We have the Silvers who are the God-like human elites who posses cool abilities like controlling elements and people’s minds. They… Read More My Thoughts About Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Book Review #30)
And yes, I did it again. Despite the number of books that I have not yet read at home, I, again went crazy in buying new books. -_- January is my birth month and what other good way to celebrate my birthday than buying new books. 😀 Some of the books were also given to… Read More My January-February Collective Book Haul!