Works by my favourite writers…
Sherds by the illustrious F. Sionil José
It has the same old favourite theme of F. Sionil José- class struggle. But you can’t get enough of it, simply because it’s a story that is truly happening in the
Peter Gregory Golangco, an artist, academician and a hacendero who belongs to the old and wealthy Golangco clan, meets the feisty and bright student, Guia Espiritu, and was mesmerized by her native beauty and wit.
The rich guy is frustrated because he couldn’t decide whether he wants her as a mistress, or as his protégée, or as his daughter. The author has always rich
DOM’s in his stories. LOL! But
that’s fine with me. I don’t want to be judgemental.
So the girl will be an inspiration for him, but will she be his ultimate downfall?
The book poses the questions about the Filipino artist and its role in the struggle of the poor and the end of the rich’s supremacy.
Very interesting and insightful to read.
after the quake by the literary drug Haruki Murakami
after the quake is a collection of stories that revolve around the 1995
stories written in Murakami’s distinctive and addictive style. I honestly don’t
know how to expound on that. Nevertheless it is a wonderful book. I always
consider his works as drugs and my ultimate source of psychological escaper
from my dreary personal life. Kobe
Get high on this book, not on drugs.
Twisted 7 by The Universal Potentate, Her Imperial Highness, Grand Empress Jessica Zafra
Her rants and raves about the great, the noble, the squalid, and the mediocre will make you laugh out loud, and realize that she is the ultimate diva that would change your life, or at least brighten your day with sarcasm and irony. Not to mention her crusade against the stupid.
Read Twisted 7. Pledge your fealty to Her Imperial Highness the Grand Empress. Enjoy!