BOOK READS: A Review of The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

A creepy yet moving tearjerker. As I said in my recent 2015 Reading Challenge update, The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold  deserves a full-length review, which I haven’t done for quite some time now. So let me tell you why for the first time in months, I have decided to find some time to write a review… Continue reading BOOK READS: A Review of The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

Super Book Update 1.2 (plus my 100th read!)

I orginally planned for a two-part super book update until I realized that I reached a milestone in my reading life, thus, here's the third and last part of this super update! To be able to reach the 100th book read is considerably a milestone for someone like me who do not have the leisure… Continue reading Super Book Update 1.2 (plus my 100th read!)

Super Book Update 1.1

After failing so many promised follow-up blogs now I am here to give the second batch of the new novels that I have read! Yes! To have a breath of fresh air after reading three consecutive love-related novels, I read Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng. After their beloved Lydia was found dead in a lake… Continue reading Super Book Update 1.1

BOOK READS: Weekend List II

Last week's list consist three books that I would like to finish. Now, after I have grasp the reality that weekend is the perfect time to have 8-hour sleep, here is my book list for this week! 1. For One More Day by Mitch Albom - I will surely finish this book this weekend because the story is really… Continue reading BOOK READS: Weekend List II

BOOK READS: A Review and Personal History of ‘Rising Sun’ by Michael Crichton

It has been six years since I have read, for the very first time, a full length novel. This happened not because I would like to do it, this happened because it is compulsory. I was in fourth year high school during that time. My English teacher, Mrs. Emilia Rivera, required each of her students… Continue reading BOOK READS: A Review and Personal History of ‘Rising Sun’ by Michael Crichton