Book Review: The Wasp Factory

Traffic cancelled my appointment so I went to do some retail therapy which includes the purchase of cute office stuff and this thrifted book. I've often noticed Iain Banks' books at my favorite secondhand bookstore and this is one of those rare moments that I decided to try reading his work. Luckily, I chanced upon … Continue reading Book Review: The Wasp Factory

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Book Review: Norwegian Wood

I've been meaning to post a review about this book however, fear held me. Why? I am insecure with my writing and I fear that my review for this book will give no justice to the author. On second thoughts, I have every right to write what I feel for this book regardless of my … Continue reading Book Review: Norwegian Wood

Book Review: Armageddon In Retrospect

Kurt Vonnegut's straightforwardness in story-making is refreshing to read. His sarcasm is fun to read and to think about just like his opinion about the use of semi-colons: My advice to writers just starting out? Don't use semi-colons! They are transvestite hermaphrodites, representing exactly nothing. All they do is suggest you might have gone to … Continue reading Book Review: Armageddon In Retrospect

Book Review: Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock

Leonard Peacock just turned 18 but nobody remembers his birthday, not even his mom. He decided to plot a murderous intent using his grandfather's P-38 WWII Nazi handgun but first he has yet to deliver special gifts to fourΒ people - Walt, Herr Silverman, Baback, Lauren Rose. A special gift has been reserved for Asher Beal … Continue reading Book Review: Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock