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Read It: Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury I was looking for a small book to read for our trip to China and decided to get Fahrenheit 451 on a whim. It was small and compact, and it was inexpensive. Hehe. I was … Continue reading

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Read It: The Complete Persepolis

The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi Finally! Some free time to write. The past few months have been quite a challenge. There have been changes in my schedule so it was a bit hard to adjust to the not so … Continue reading

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Read It: The Complete Maus

Graphic novels are quite pricey and as much as I want to have the luxury of collecting a shelf full of them, I try to pick a few titles to add to my collection (huhu, the woe of a lowly reader). Fortunately, a good friend was able to buy me some books during her trip so I was able to add some to my very little graphic novel shelf. Continue reading

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Read It: The Romanov Sisters

The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport I wanted to shake up my reading list a bit so I tried to find a book that is not something I would typically read. I am also quite vocal about how bored I … Continue reading

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Read It: Halina Filipina

Halina Filipina by Arnold Arre   After reading Mythology Class, I was interested to read more local graphic novels. It was nice to read and discover works made by Filipino artists and somehow, I can say that their works are … Continue reading

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Read It:The End of Faith

The End of Faith by Sam Harris “The only thing we should respect in a person’s faith is his desire for a better life in this world; we need never have respected his certainty that one awaits him in the … Continue reading

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Read It: The Fountainhead

The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand The reason why I read this book was because I know it will hit close to home. I haven’t read novels tackling architecture and life as an architect as deeply as this so it took … Continue reading

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