My Thoughts About Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin by Bob Ong (Book Review #82)

Despite writing in a pseudonym and his identity is yet to be revealed, Bob Ong is one of the most influential authors in the Philippines today. I consider him as one of the agents of change. His works are always an eye-opener to the situation of the Philippines and the flaws in our system. His… Read More My Thoughts About Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin by Bob Ong (Book Review #82)

My Thoughts About Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong (Book Review #60)

The contemporary book Alamat ng Gubat follows the adventures of an ocean-dwelling crab named Tong who was given by his queen mother to get the magical banana bud from the mountains to cure his ailing father. Along the way, in search for the cure, he meet different animals of different traits and characters who each… Read More My Thoughts About Alamat ng Gubat by Bob Ong (Book Review #60)

My Manila International Book Fair (MIBF 2015) Experience and Book Haul

MIBF or The Manila International Book Fair 2015 has come and go and I’m only blogging it now. -_- Sorry for this late post. 🙂 The Manila International Book Fair is an annual book fair in the Philippines that gathers local and international publishers in one venue for the delight of Filipino bookworms. It’s a… Read More My Manila International Book Fair (MIBF 2015) Experience and Book Haul

My Thoughts About MacArthur by Bob Ong (Book Review #53)

” I shall return.” The book is metaphorically based on what General Douglas MacArthur said in 1942 as he left the Philippine Islands during World War II in the attempt of organizing the American offensive against Japan to help the Philippines in its cause. What’s the connection of that line to the book? It’s for… Read More My Thoughts About MacArthur by Bob Ong (Book Review #53)