I’m in love with this comic series! I’m really enjoying this series so far. After finishing Volume 1 not so long ago, I know I have to immediately pickup the next volume. I’m planning to finish all the available volumes this year but I am doing it slowly because it will take some time again… Read More My Thoughts About Saga, Volume 2 by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer) and Fiona Staples (Artist) (Book Review #110)
Cheers to another book haul! When there’s a book sale around you’ll surely find me there rummaging through the stacks. 😀 Most of these books are from Fully Booked‘s Atrium sale that runs until the end of this month. I’ve visited the place 4X and it’s only on my first trip that I was successful… Read More My Blame-The-Sale Book Haul (a.k.a. My Latest Book Haul)!
This book haul includes all the ebooks that I got from publishers during the last few weeks. They were kind enough to send me ecopies of books that I requested and I am really excited to read! 🙂 Thank you to Europa Editions and Portobello Books for trusting me. For Portabello Books they provided me… Read More eBook Haul: 5 Recent eBooks Provided by Publishers
This is easily the most touching book that I read this year. This book is just overflowing with honesty and sincerity that did not find it hard to connect to it. The book follows the story of a unique friendship between a 85-year old Margueritte and 45-year old Germain. Germain was not born in what… Read More My Thoughts About Soft in the Head by Marie-Sabine Roger (Book Review #109)
What does it mean to become a daughter? A sister? A friend? A person? What defines us in this world? When can we consider giving up as an option? Is it right to judge a person solely by his actions? In this poignant debut novel, Amy Zhang fascinates readers by touching topics about acceptance, guilt,… Read More My Thoughts About Falling into Place by Amy Zhang (Book Review #108)
Ingenious! I have had good experience with Neil Gaiman so far. I adored The Graveyard Book same as with Coraline and The Sleeper and the Spindle so I decided that another Neil Gaiman will definitely be a good decision especially for someone who’s still fighting that dreadful reading slump. One of the best things about… Read More My Thoughts About Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman (Book Review #107)
“When reading slump hits you, read a Murakami.” As you might have already read on my previous post, the month of June was not a good month for me in terms of reading. I only managed to read 1 book and 2 graphic novels. I was out of focus and it seemed like my mind… Read More My Thoughts About The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami (Book Review #106)
That’s fast, we’re now in the middle of the year. June was a so-so month for me in terms of reading. Reading slump hit me and I was left with no choice but to let it pass because whatever I read I just couldn’t get through any of the books that I try to read.… Read More June 2016 Wrap Up