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 Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (Book Review #127)

This is by far one of the most endearing books that I read in a while. From its characters to its story, this is a book that will definitely stay with me for a long time due to its cuteness. It’s amazing how the author was able to mix everything so flawlessly and I’m now… Read More My Thoughts About Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (Book Review #127)

My Thoughts About Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas (Book Review #126)

Weird. Twisted. Insane. This book literally started my year with that needed bang. This is the book that I was expecting to start my year and oh boy, this book did not disappoint. I remember hearing about this book numerous times sometime last year though I am not sure if it was from Booktube or… Read More My Thoughts About Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas (Book Review #126)

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)

Book Blog Feature #12: Book Quotes from The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

So here’s another another blog feature for you guys. To those who are new here in my blog, this “book quotes feature” features the lines and quotes that I enjoy from a book that I just read. If you’ve already read my review of The Sun is Also a Star you’ve probably already know that… Read More Book Blog Feature #12: Book Quotes from The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon