Every year I challenge myself to read at least 20 books - and each year, I've failed. Last year I only read 12, but I decided not to be hard on myself because I read Insurrecto for six weeks (or maybe more!) and anyone who has read it would understand where I'm coming from. Plus, … Continue reading 2020 reading challenge (for all types of readers)
One thing I want to do this year is to read all the unread books in my shelf. I got this from NBS's Book Binge Bazaar back in 2018, and I read it just now because I allowed myself to be distracted by other books and things that I thought were more interesting and worth … Continue reading Book review: Not That Kind of Girl, Siobhan Vivian
Children's curious thoughts oftentimes teach a lot of things that adults may find extremely useful when discerning on one's life purpose. Raymie Nightingale is a children's book, and I picked it up because it was from the same author who wrote The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, the book that Do Min Joon read all … Continue reading Book review: Raymie Nightingale, Kate DiCamillo
Kasie West has to be one of the contemporary young adult authors who writes interesting plots. I read The Fill-In Boyfriend a couple of years back, and that's why I picked By Your Side as one of the items to complete my NBS Thank You Sale book haul. I just knew this decision would never … Continue reading Book review: By Your Side, Kasie West
This book heavily reminded me of David Levithan's Everyday series. Stahler actually released this book in 2009 and I wonder if A's story is based on the heganger. What is it about? We all know what a doppelganger is, but this book has a far more morbid idea of what a doppelganger is all about. … Continue reading Book review: Doppelganger, David Stahler Jr.