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)

My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 04: The Heart’s Desire (The Walking Dead #19-24) by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard (Illustrator), Cliff Rathburn (Illustrator) (Book Review #64)

“We become them!” “You think we hide behind walls to protect us from the walking dead! Don’t you get it? We are the walking dead!” That line by Rick summed up what everyone in the group should remember. Rick accepted the fact that the world that they have known is no longer there and the… Read More My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 04: The Heart’s Desire (The Walking Dead #19-24) by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard (Illustrator), Cliff Rathburn (Illustrator) (Book Review #64)

My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 02: Miles Behind Us (The Walking Dead #7-12) by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore (Illustrator) (Book Review #38)

4 stars out of 5. This second volume contains Issues 7 to 12. This one follows the team as they left the campsite outside of Atlanta after realizing that they are no longer safe there after their camp was attacked by a roaming group of zombies where they lost some of their friends and adding… Read More My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 02: Miles Behind Us (The Walking Dead #7-12) by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore (Illustrator) (Book Review #38)

My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 01: Days Gone Bye (The Walking Dead #1-6) by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore (Illustrator) (Book Review #37)

5 stars out of 5. The first volume contains issues #1 to #6. And The Walking Dead Season 5 just ended and I have to wait until October for it to resume. I’m a fan of the TV series and waiting that long is too much to bear especially since the scenes are getting more… Read More My Thoughts About The Walking Dead, Vol. 01: Days Gone Bye (The Walking Dead #1-6) by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore (Illustrator) (Book Review #37)

My Thoughts About I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore (Lorien Legacies #1) (Book Review #35)

4 stars out of 5. Adventure, mystery, drama and romance. This is a book that has all of that. The books follows the story of two Lorics, from the planet of Lorien, living with us, humans. We have John and Henri. Henri serving as the guardian (or Cepan in the Loric language) of John. In… Read More My Thoughts About I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore (Lorien Legacies #1) (Book Review #35)

My Thoughts About Insurgent by Veronica Roth (Book Review #34)

An easy 5 stars out of 5. Insurgent is the second book in the Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth. This book lived up to the hype of its predecessor. I like how the Insurgent picked up immediately where Divergent ended and had that continuity. I read Divergent last year and I had doubts if I won’t understand… Read More My Thoughts About Insurgent by Veronica Roth (Book Review #34)

My Thoughts About Stupid is Forever by Miriam Defensor Santiago (Book Review #33)

If we’re going to have our Philippine presidential election this year, I guess this lady will win it…. by a landslide. And I finally was able to get hold of a copy of this book by Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago. Santiago is a Philippine senator-politician that is well known for her wit and charm, bravery… Read More My Thoughts About Stupid is Forever by Miriam Defensor Santiago (Book Review #33)

My Thoughts About The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate (Book Review #31)

“Memories are precious … they help tell us who we are.” ― Katherine Applegate, The One and Only Ivan   The book follows the story of a caged gorilla named Ivan. Living at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade for many years, he has grown accustomed to humans. He spends his day watching TV… Read More My Thoughts About The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate (Book Review #31)

My Thoughts About Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Book Review #30)

4.5 out of 5 stars. “Rise, red as the dawn.” ― Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen The book is a dystopian/fantasy novel where the people are separated by the type of blood that they have. We have the Silvers who are the God-like human elites who posses cool abilities like controlling elements and people’s minds. They… Read More My Thoughts About Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Book Review #30)

My Thoughts About the Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd (Book Review #28)

“Someone who thinks death is the scariest thing doesn’t know a thing about life.” ― Sue Monk Kidd, The Secret Life of Bees The feels. The feels. The feels. Set during the early 1960’s in South Carolina on the height of desegregation, the novel is about the story of Lily Owens and her search for the true… Read More My Thoughts About the Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd (Book Review #28)

My Thoughts About the Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black (Book Review #27)

“Once, there was a girl who vowed she would save everyone in the world, but forgot herself.”  ― Holly Black, The Darkest Part of the Forest 4 stars out of 5. I have Holly Black’s Coldest Girl in Coldtown which many says to be a very good stand alone novel. A lot often say that it is… Read More My Thoughts About the Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black (Book Review #27)

My Thoughts About Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson (Book Review #25)

4 stars out of 5 The book follows the struggle of Mathilda “Mattie” Cook during the yellow fever outbreak in Philadelphia in the year 1793. Mattie lives with her widowed mother and veteran grandfather. They do own a coffee shop that Mattie is dreaming of improving by the time comes that she’ll already be the… Read More My Thoughts About Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson (Book Review #25)

My Thoughts About Silence Once Begun by Jesse Ball (Book Review #22)

(My own copy of the book) I am always fascinated with novels with Japanese characters set on a Japanese setting and upon reading the synopsis of the book I know I have to get it. I was not disappointed. The novel was written on the authors perspective surrounding his investigation regarding the Narito Disappearances in… Read More My Thoughts About Silence Once Begun by Jesse Ball (Book Review #22)

My Thoughts About The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein (Book Review #21)

“Once there was a tree…and she loved a little boy.” And that’s the start of the most thought-provoking children’s book that I’ve read. I always give myself a dose of children’s book once in a while especially if I have just finished “intense” and “deep” books. Aside from being an easy read I also enjoy… Read More My Thoughts About The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein (Book Review #21)