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Read It: Mythology Class

Mythology Class By Arnold Arre Mythology class is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Arnold Arre. It tells the tale of 10 UP students who received an odd pamphlet inviting them to join a Mythology class. Everyone goes to … Continue reading

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The Nook Cafe

I live in an area where there are a LOT of unique places to experience dining but I am not very aware and up to date with it. People always ask me where to eat in Maginhawa but since there … Continue reading

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Read It: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell

Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke … he had begun to wonder why the great feats of magic that he read about remained on the pages of his book and were no longer seen in the street or … Continue reading

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Now Watching: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell

I have a self-imposed rule which I try very hard to follow: read before watching. Since there are a lot of novels being made into movies or TV series, I try as much to read before watching. It’s hard. Very … Continue reading

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Read It: Zeus Is Dead: A Monstrously Inconvenient Adventure

Zeus is Dead: A Monstrously Inconvenient Adventure by Michael Munz Zeus is dead. Poseidon has taken the throne and the Olympian gods has returned in the mortal world to oversee their godly duties. The once hidden gods of Olympus, now enjoy the … Continue reading

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Read It: The Travellers

The Traveller Antonia Fields Lily has been adopted and has been living peacefully with Axel, her adoptive father, in the Library. One night, she starts dreaming about a beast hunting for her. Curious about the origin of the beast, she … Continue reading

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Read It: Dwellers

Dwellers by Eliza Victoria I must admit I don’t often read books written by Filipino authors. It’s either, 1) there are very few good authors who catch my attention, 2) sometimes it’s just the lack of interest because I am afraid … Continue reading

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