My Thoughts About Trese Comic Book Volume 4 (Last Seen After Midnight) (Book Review #68)

5 stars out of 5. And it’s just getting better and better! Each time I read a volume of Trese I always have high expectations and with all honesty, the book is not a let down. It’s like the story and the art just keeps on improving every volume. This volume is just as good… Read More My Thoughts About Trese Comic Book Volume 4 (Last Seen After Midnight) (Book Review #68)

My Thoughts About Trese Comic Book Volume 3 (Mass Murders) (Book Review #67)

Out of the three volumes that I’ve read, this is by far the best of the bunch. This is different to the first two volumes in the sense that it does not follow Alexandra solving jobs with supernatural origins in the current Philippine setting on each chapter but instead the book follows Alexandra’s life when… Read More My Thoughts About Trese Comic Book Volume 3 (Mass Murders) (Book Review #67)

My Thoughts About The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Potzsch (Book Review #66)

Set during the early 17th century Germany, this historical thriller novel follows the story of an executioner(hangman) Jakob Kuisl with his daughter, Magdalena, and her lover, an apothecary, by the name of Simon. The work entails torturing of people accused of crimes during trials and performing all public executions during those times. This work is… Read More My Thoughts About The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Potzsch (Book Review #66)

My Thoughts About Tilt by Ellen Hopkins (Book Review #65)

โ€œ…life is all about chances. You might be safer not taking any. But playing it totally safe means you’re only existing. Not living. I want to live.โ€ โ€• Ellen Hopkins, Tilt This is my first time reading a novel written in free verse and I must say that it’s oh-so-good. It’s like the offspring of… Read More My Thoughts About Tilt by Ellen Hopkins (Book Review #65)

My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 04: The Heart’s Desire (The Walking Dead #19-24) by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard (Illustrator), Cliff Rathburn (Illustrator) (Book Review #64)

“We become them!” “You think we hide behind walls to protect us from the walking dead! Don’t you get it? We are the walking dead!” That line by Rick summed up what everyone in the group should remember. Rick accepted the fact that the world that they have known is no longer there and the… Read More My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 04: The Heart’s Desire (The Walking Dead #19-24) by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard (Illustrator), Cliff Rathburn (Illustrator) (Book Review #64)

My Thoughts About The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore (Lorien Legacies #3) (Book Review #62)

Yes. The rise of Nine, the third book in the Lorien Legacies series, didnโ€™t disappoint me. The third book delivers. Action and drama scenes were more intense. The book follows each of the surviving Gardeโ€™s journey in finding each other.Number Four, John, and Number Six teamed up thus removing the charm that prevented from being… Read More My Thoughts About The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore (Lorien Legacies #3) (Book Review #62)

My Thoughts About Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson (Book Review #61)

I’ve been eyeing this book for quite some time now and so when I saw this book on secondhand bookstore I grabbed it. By reading the synopsis at the back of it I know I’ll be on a psychological roller coaster ride and indeed, it’s gripping read with unexpected twists and turns. This is a… Read More My Thoughts About Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson (Book Review #61)

My Thoughts About Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong (Book Review #60)

The contemporary book Alamat ng Gubat follows the adventures of an ocean-dwelling crab named Tong who was given by his queen mother to get the magical banana bud from the mountains to cure his ailing father. Along the way, in search for the cure, he meet different animals of different traits and characters who each… Read More My Thoughts About Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong (Book Review #60)

My Thoughts About Maligayang Pagdating Sa Sitio Catacutan: Mga Kuwentong Kasisindakan by Tony Perez (Book Review #59)

It’s almost Halloween so I decided to put my review of this book. I bought my copy of this book during the National Great Warehouse Sale last August 13-18, 2015. It’s quite a thin book but I must say that this book impressed me more than I expected it because, let’s be honest, the cover… Read More My Thoughts About Maligayang Pagdating Sa Sitio Catacutan: Mga Kuwentong Kasisindakan by Tony Perez (Book Review #59)

My Thought About Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs (Book Review #58)

Late one day I was searching through my piles of books looking for a book that I could read to start off my October. Since it’s almost Halloween I decided to pick something that will give me chills. I have a few horror/thriller books and I happen to saw this book. I already read this… Read More My Thought About Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs (Book Review #58)

My Thoughts About Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell (Book Review #56)

4 stars out of 5. The first Rainbow Rowell book that I read. A cutesy-tootsy love story. The book follows the story of two 16-year old misfits who fell in love with each other. Eleanor and Park lives in directly opposite lives. Eleanor lives with a complex, troublesome and poor family. She had to deal… Read More My Thoughts About Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell (Book Review #56)

My Manila International Book Fair (MIBF 2015) Experience and Book Haul

MIBF or The Manila International Book Fair 2015 has come and go and I’m only blogging it now. -_- Sorry for this late post. ๐Ÿ™‚ The Manila International Book Fair is an annual book fair in the Philippines that gathers local and international publishers in one venue for the delight of Filipino bookworms. It’s a… Read More My Manila International Book Fair (MIBF 2015) Experience and Book Haul

My Thoughts About Talking Pictures: Images and Messages Rescued from the Past by Ransom Riggs (Book Review #55)

The book is a coffee table type book containing a collection of old photographs found by the Ransom Riggs throughout his life. In the introduction he describes how he has since been fascinated with old pictures particularly those that have inscriptions either at the back or front. He then tells that his fascination began when… Read More My Thoughts About Talking Pictures: Images and Messages Rescued from the Past by Ransom Riggs (Book Review #55)