Bookworm Log #8 to #11: Game of Thrones

I started reading the books after I watched the first season of the HBO TV series. The TV version was so good (I finished watching the 10 episodes in one night!) that I just couldn't wait to get my hands on the books and know what happened to the remaining characters. Not to give anything away, … Continue reading Bookworm Log #8 to #11: Game of Thrones

Bookworm Log #7: The Best of Chico and Delamar’s The Morning Rush Top 10

I've been such a fan of Chico and Delamar back in college. Fast forward to 11 years after, and I am still a big fan of theirs, especially now that they have Gino onboard.  They definitely make my morning commute to work a LOT bearable. They're the only reason I want to get up Monday … Continue reading Bookworm Log #7: The Best of Chico and Delamar’s The Morning Rush Top 10

Bookworm Log #6: Heaven Is For Real

The book is basically about a little boy who visited heaven while he was on the operating table for a burst appendix. He gets better and returns to his own body and over the next months and years he tells his parents about his heavenly experience - meeting Jesus, his dead grandfather, an unborn sister … Continue reading Bookworm Log #6: Heaven Is For Real

Bookworm Log #5: Flipped

A friend first told me about the movie two years ago, but I never got around to getting a copy. So when I saw the book a few days ago, I immediately decided to buy it! Penned by Wendelin Van Draanen, Flipped is a cute story of family, friendship and first love. The story is alternately … Continue reading Bookworm Log #5: Flipped

Bookworm Log #4: Before Ever After

My friend, Farah, told me about this book a few months back. She described it as The Time Traveler's Wife-ish, set in Europe, written by a Filipina author. I was kind of skeptical about that given that I loved Audrey Niffenegger's book. But when I heard that the author, Samantha Sotto, is coming to the … Continue reading Bookworm Log #4: Before Ever After

Bookworm Log #3: The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest

I should say this is the worst of the trilogy. I was so excited to read this and find out how Lisbeth gets out of that fatal bind she found herself in at the end of the second book, The Girl Who Played With Fire, and of course figure out how it all ends. So … Continue reading Bookworm Log #3: The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest