My Thoughts About The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli (Book Review #137)

I have read this book weeks ago and yes, I am only putting up my review for this book now. Not that I did not enjoy the book because coming from this author’s first book, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda which I really enjoyed there’s no reason why I won’t blog my review for… Read More My Thoughts About The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli (Book Review #137)

My Thoughts About The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz (Book Review #132)

“Before I nodded off, I thought about what my dad had said — that life wasn’t all nice and neat like a book, and life didn’t have a plot filled with characters who said intelligent and beautiful things. But he wasn’t right about that. See, my dad said intelligent and beautiful things. And he was… Read More My Thoughts About The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz (Book Review #132)

My Thoughts About Detective Boys of Masangkay: Ang Mangkukulam by Bernalyn Hapin Sastrillo (Book Review #125)

Nostalgic. That for me is the best description that best suits this Filipino book that I picked up during this year’s Manila International Book Fair. Detective Boys of Masangkay is one of the new books published by Adarna Publishing House this year and it created quite a buzz in the reading community and so when… Read More My Thoughts About Detective Boys of Masangkay: Ang Mangkukulam by Bernalyn Hapin Sastrillo (Book Review #125)

My Thoughts About The Loved Ones by Sonya Chung (Book Review #123)

How far will you go for your loved ones? How far will you go to protect them, to show that you care for them and to save them? These questions became the focal points of Sonya Chung’s The Loved Ones. The Loved Ones is a multi-generational saga that follows the story of two families. There’s… Read More My Thoughts About The Loved Ones by Sonya Chung (Book Review #123)

Exploring Philippine Graphic Novels: My Thoughts About Sixty Six by Russel Molina (Book Review #122)

What would you do when wake up one morning and you found out that you suddenly possessed superhuman strength? Here’s the catch, You’re already sixty six years old. Its been a while since I last read a Filipino graphic novel. Well, let me rephrase that, its been a while since I last read the Trese… Read More Exploring Philippine Graphic Novels: My Thoughts About Sixty Six by Russel Molina (Book Review #122)

My Thoughts About Absolutely on Music by Haruki Murakami and Seiji Ozawa (Book Review #120)

“Haruki Murakami….doesn’t just love music, he knows it.” – Seiji Ozawa, Absolutely on Music To be honest, the primary reason why I wanted to read to this book is because it’s co-written by Murakami. I am a fan of anything Murakami so after knowing that he has a new book coming out, I took the… Read More My Thoughts About Absolutely on Music by Haruki Murakami and Seiji Ozawa (Book Review #120)

My Thoughts About Wounded Little Gods by Eliza Victoria (Book Review #117)

Eliza Victoria is really taking the theme of Philippine folklore and Philippine urban fantasy to a whole new level! I really did not imagine that there will come a time that I will fully believe that local gods and deities worshiped by our ancestors do really exist and they live and walk with us without us noticing.… Read More My Thoughts About Wounded Little Gods by Eliza Victoria (Book Review #117)

My Thoughts About The Nakano Thrift Shop by Hiromi Kawakami (Book Review #115)

There’s something with this book that made me feel like I was reading a script of a TV series wherein I followed the main protagonist in a part of her life. And after finishing it, I realized that I wanted a second season, I wanted to know more. Before going any further, can we first stop and try… Read More My Thoughts About The Nakano Thrift Shop by Hiromi Kawakami (Book Review #115)

My Thoughts About Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate (Book Review #114)

Crenshaw is a not-the-usual middle grade story that follows the story of Jackson as he and his family try to avoid homelessness. 9-year-old Jackson lives in a household where the fear of being evicted at the house that they rent and hunger is something that you should get used to. It has been years since… Read More My Thoughts About Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate (Book Review #114)

My Thoughts About Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman (Book Review #107)

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)

My Thoughts About Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson (Book Review #102)

So onto the second graphic novel that I read this year! I read the first volume of Lumberjanes and I must say that this is a gem! 🙂 The first volume, Beware the Kitten Holy, which collects the first four issues, takes place at a summer camp in the middle of the woods – Miss… Read More My Thoughts About Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson (Book Review #102)

My Thoughts About The Stonekeeper (Amulet #1) by Kazu Kibuishi (Book Review #101)

So I’m back into reading graphic novels! 🙂 Apart from The Walking Dead graphic novels last year, where I managed to only read until Volume 4 (which contains issues 19-24), it’s only until now that I got myself into reading graphic novels again. And I’m on a roll! 😀 I actually started three different graphic… Read More My Thoughts About The Stonekeeper (Amulet #1) by Kazu Kibuishi (Book Review #101)