My Thoughts About Saw Her Standing There by Patrick Formanes (Book Review #128)

A subtle book meant as a love letter to the one you promised to be with forever. Tell me what’s sweeter than that. This is the first book that I finished for #DiverseAThon. I received this book as a complimentary copy when I attended the book’s launching last November. I know it’s been a long… Read More My Thoughts About Saw Her Standing There by Patrick Formanes (Book Review #128)

My Thoughts About Hector and the Search for Happiness by Fran├žois Lelord (Book Review #92)

One of the reasons why I read Hector and the Search for Happiness is because of it’s promising premise. The book is about Hector, a successful young psychiatrist, who wants to know what happiness really means. He has this innate ability in being good in talking to people until he realized that he’s not becoming… Read More My Thoughts About Hector and the Search for Happiness by Fran├žois Lelord (Book Review #92)

My Thoughts About The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce (Book Review #83)

Originally written as a short radio play, this debut novel was long-listed for the 2012 Man Booker Prize. Meet Harold Fry, a 65-year retired sales agent from a local brewery with a troubled past and a far from perfect present. One normal spring day he received an unexpected letter from a former colleague, Queenie Hennessy,… Read More My Thoughts About The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce (Book Review #83)

My Thoughts About The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider (Book Review #54)

We follow the story of Ezra Faulkner, a 17-year old high school student from San Diego, who struggles to keep up with his new life after the accident that shattered his knee. Ezra believes that everyone has a tragedy waiting for them to happen and his tragedy happened when he was at his prime. One… Read More My Thoughts About The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider (Book Review #54)

My Thoughts About Paper Towns by John Green (Book Review #48)

Here’s a story where we follow Quentin Jacobson, a graduating senior, as we follow his life chasing his next door neighbor Margo Roth Spiegelman. And when I say chase, I mean literally chase. Quentin or Q, as his friends call him, and Margo were best friends when they were little kids but they eventually grew… Read More My Thoughts About Paper Towns by John Green (Book Review #48)

My Thoughts About Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson and Gabriel Charbonnet (Book Review #29)

“What if your imaginary friend from childhood was your one true love”. And that sentence alone made me get┬áthis book. This book is a love story (obviously) between Jane, who since childhood has been the shadow of her mother who is very popular in the entertainment industry, and Michael, an “angel” whom Jane’s only solace… Read More My Thoughts About Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson and Gabriel Charbonnet (Book Review #29)

My Thoughts About A Wrinkle Time by Madeleine L’Engle (Book Review #4)

The novel is about Meg, a misunderstood child of scientists who worked with her sibling Charles Wallace and their friend Calvin in saving her father who was transported to a different world after doing some experiment about time travelling. In their journey they meet loads of characters who some will befriend while some will test… Read More My Thoughts About A Wrinkle Time by Madeleine L’Engle (Book Review #4)