I’ve always wanted to read and support more Filipino authors that’s why when Kate reviewed this a few month’s back, I knew I had to read it. It’s definitely right down my alley, a mystery-crime novel, set in the Philippines. Continue reading Review: Smaller and Smaller Circles by F.H. Batacan
I’ve had this book for the longest time. It only took me only seven years before finishing it and getting my mind blown. Continue reading Review: Diary by Chuck Palahniuk
After reading about the unnamed narrator in A Wild Sheep Chase and Dance, Dance, Dance, I knew I had to get my hands on the novels that started it all. The mystery that enveloped his character was something I had to understand. And as much as A Wild Sheep Chase and Dance, Dance, Dance were two books that could stand on its own, I knew reading the rest of the series would blow my mind. Continue reading Hear The Wind Sing/Pinball 1973 by Haruki Murakami
After years of owning this, I finally get to read it. This book was given to me by my boyfriend years ago (3 years ago to be exact) and I never really started reading it because I didn’t like Terry Pratchett’s writing style (at that time) and I didn’t understand Discworld. But after reading this particular one, I wanted to scour the bookstores to read more of his works, especially Discworld. Continue reading Going Postal
This March was book madness. I was able to finish two novels. One was a fairly old book I had and the other a new one I knew I was going to love.
I love this book, a new favorite from Murakami. But I honestly don’t know where to start with this review! As usual, he leaves me confused but still, this is one book that I really connected with. WHY. IS. HE. SO. GOOD.