My Thoughts About Ghost Moon Night by Jewel Allen (Book Review #8)

Riveting. The novel chronicles the story of a small town , Dasalin, which is situated north of the Philippines that is being haunted by flying creatures known as langbuans. Langbuans are like the crossbreed of zombies and aswang (a vampire-like ghoul with wings in Filipino culture). They drain out heat from the humans that they… Read More My Thoughts About Ghost Moon Night by Jewel Allen (Book Review #8)

My Thoughts About We Were Liars by E. Lockhart (Book Review #7)

I don’t know how to start giving critique to this mystery book. I have a high expectation before reading this book and it lived up to that. It’s true that it is advisable that you should not know anything before reading this book because the ending is just… is just… epic! The synopsis at the… Read More My Thoughts About We Were Liars by E. Lockhart (Book Review #7)

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)

The Top 5 Intimidating-ly Thickest Books On My Shelf (Hardbound Edition)

After watching the latest episode of The Walking Dead yesterday night, which, if one may ask, my most favorite tv series, I ended up with nothing to do. I’m currently on a reading slump and I don’t feel like reading anything. I have this thing that when I am on a reading slump I tend… Read More The Top 5 Intimidating-ly Thickest Books On My Shelf (Hardbound Edition)