Homegrown talent Dawn Lanuza has shared stories of love, old and new, to her Filipino readers. Now, she’s moving on to a different, perhaps bigger, plane as she is set to publish her first collection of poetry—to an international audience, […]
A riveting and relentlessly compelling psychological suspense debut that weaves a mystery about a childhood game gone dangerously awry, and will keep readers guessing right up to the shocking ending.
Reviewed by Lawrence Manalastas DUNBAR By Edward St. Aubyn 256 pp. Hogarth. In his heyday, Henry Dunbar has had the world at his fingertips: he was the head honcho of a global media empire that has, over the years, held […]
Reviewed by EL de Jesus HERE WE ARE NOW By Jasmine Warga 304 pp. Balzer + Bray. It appears as if all those destined to be great, become great because of one thing: an epic origin story. But what’s a sixteen-year-old […]
Reviewed by Jody Uy WHICHWOOD By Tahereh Mafi 368 pp. Dutton Children’s Books. It has been a long time since I’ve read a book meant for younger audiences. As you grow older, sometimes the world of magic and going off on […]