Reviewed by Palo Garcia CITY OF GIRLS By Elizabeth Gilbert 480 pages. Riverhead Books. In the end of the first Sex and the City movie, Carrie Bradshaw alluded to her and her friends’ wonderful years in New York City, and how […]
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Reviewed by Jed Cruz HOW NOT TO DIE ALONE By Richard Roper 336 pages. G. P. Putnam’s Sons. While How Not to Die Alone is without a doubt a very funny book, it’s the rare novel that can convincingly capture the […]
Reviewed by Chris Loza HOW NOT TO DIE ALONE By Richard Roper 336 pages. G. P. Putnam’s Sons. I felt a childlike giddiness when I received an advanced copy of this book for review. This is right up my current […]
Reviewed by Jean Arboleda HOME REMEDIES By Xuan Juliana Wang 240 pages. Hogarth. “We are what the people call Bei Piao—a term coined to describe the twenty-somethings who drift aimlessly to the northern capital. […] We come with uncertain dreams […]
Reviewed by Katya Rara THE FARM By Joanne Ramos 336 pages. Random House. When struggling single mother Jane Reyes is selected to become a Host at Golden Oaks Farm, she’s ecstatic. For the next nine months, she’ll be living in […]
Reviewed by Jody Uy Get this at Fully Booked Online. MY LOVELY WIFE By Samantha Downing 374 pages. Penguin. I am rarely ever this shookt (please excuse the informal language) by a book. I’ve always been something of a scaredy cat […]