“.. the loneliness followed her around like her shadow, and she had to bear the weight of the absence of a lost love every single day.”
“Naisip ko, sa ilang taon nating pagsasama, magkakasya kaya sa libro ang kwento natin?”
What books would you add to the list?
Three deities were competing for your judgment; of all three, Time, Death and Love, who is the one that terrifies you the most? Come, be the judge of this duel that transcends space, one whose weapon of choice is not swords, rather words. Listen, and their arguments might surprise you.
Adam Silvera has been tugging the hearts of readers ever since he released his debut novel More Happy than Not. Now having released over four books, he continues to take great strides in representing characters of different color, races, sexual orientations, as well as placing them in realistic situations that young adults and adults can relate to.
A room full of books—big, small, new, and old, is a library for most people. Unless you are me, then that four-cornered room will encompass more than what they call a ‘library’. I call it a sanctuary.
“Time was a wave, almost cruel in its relentlessness as it whisked her life downstream, a life she had to constantly strain to keep from breaking apart.”
This post was inspired by the Reddit thread: ‘Recently I have been reading “The Martian” and I’m amazed at how funny it is. Are there any more books that have some of that witty and hilarious writing?’
“When you spend your whole life living in a hole, the only way you can go is up.”