I know I’m a “little” late, but I couldn’t bear to watch the movie without reading the books. Although I’ve already heard about this trilogy even before talks of developing it into a movie surfaced, … Continue reading
Few books have blown me away the way The Book Thief did. I’m not exaggerating the least bit when I tell you that this will go down as one of my all-time favorite books.
For our third book club assignment, Grace picked Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides. Sounds familiar? It’s because he’s the same dude who wrote the notoriously popular The Virgin Suicides. Well, at least to people in my … Continue reading
“I wanted so badly to lie down next to her on the couch, to wrap my arms around her and sleep. Not fuck, like in those movies. Not even have sex. Just sleep together, in … Continue reading
“It’s funny, isn’t it?” she said when she could speak again. “My mum and dad think you’ve messed me up, and dragged me down, and all that. And I’ve tried to stick up for you. … Continue reading
If you’re a book whore like me, you would know that the hunt for a great book doesn’t end in visiting your favorite Powerbooks or Fully Booked branches. A lot of the truly amazing reads … Continue reading
I’ve grown this habit of underlining my favorite dialogues, sentences and phrases from a book. Now that I’m finished with Invisible Monsters, I can (maybe) let you in on the dramatic and exaggerated world of … Continue reading
I have no idea how book clubs work but I don’t care really. I just like to read. Our first assignment (er, is that what you call it?) is Chuck Palahniuk’s Invisible Monsters. I’ve been … Continue reading