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 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 Si Janus Silang at ang Tiyanak ng Tabon by Edgar Calabia Samar (Book Review #72)

If Britons have Harry Potter and Americans have Percy Jackson, we Filipinos have Janus Silang. 🙂 The book is about a teenager named Janus, who, along with his friends, is so obsessed with an online game called TALA, or Terra Anima Legion of Anitos, a role playing game developed by three Filipinos. The players create… Read More My Thoughts About Si Janus Silang at ang Tiyanak ng Tabon by Edgar Calabia Samar (Book Review #72)

My Thoughts About Trese Comic Volume #6 (High Tide at Midnight) (Book Review #70)

Just, just perfect! I’m out of words to describe how good this volume is. Having just started reading the series this year, I can’t imagine the agony of the avid readers of the series in waiting for the next volumes. I was actually contemplating if I’ll read this volume knowing that it will again take… Read More My Thoughts About Trese Comic Volume #6 (High Tide at Midnight) (Book Review #70)

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)