So when I saw Bob Ong’s latest book in Fully Booked, Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan (Translation: Mama Susan’s Friends), I didn’t think twice in getting it. Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong is a journal of a 16 year old guy named Gilberto P. Manansala also known as Galo. An engineering student who. I tried to read another Bob Ong when friends of mine gave me an intriguing idea of Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan. My friends said that it is.
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Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong: A Book Review – A Book Bore in Timbuktu
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Book Review: Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan By Bob Ong – The S Pile
I hope a sequel will be in the works. The Closet Atheist Growing up Christian. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Do I need to have ticket? One day he promised to himself to finish all the mysteries and questions in his mind. Pag pinahiram ako ni Joyzi ha ha. The topics of his work ranges from the everyday life of Filipinos to societal and political commentaries.
At sixteen he is young for a college student, and mentions that he started school at a very young age. This made me really realize how I adore him as a writer and should be reading more of his works. I wanted to write this review in Filipino, but since it’s cross-posted in my blog, I had to write it in English.
Have a great day! It is hinted that he can play the guitar. I shout and then cover my mouth OA ba?
Others say that I have it twice. The noise and crowd that he became used to in the city were changed to the sounds of insects and animals roaming around.
It can be concluded that these people, of whom little is known, are the people that Galo cannot understand very well, and that his thoughts stray away from them because of personal issues. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
Atlanta Booklover’s Blog Supporting avid readers everywhere. Before they left, she told Galo to take care of Mama Susan because kaibjgan supposed to wake up later. Their fears conquered their body when Jezel told him that she saw an old man who followed them.
I bet my boots that it is one of them.
My Thoughts About Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Book Review #114)
But I left all doors and lights open, and ran back to the bedroom right after doing my business, all the while my mind remembering the last words of the book in absolute clarity.
Perhaps this is an addiction? I feel that his works have that international appeal that other nationalities will also appreciate. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I don’t really know the purpose of why our teachers made us do this except maybe for my college Literature professor.
I liked how Bob Ong’s words flowed naturally and Galo’s voice rang clear all through out. It is just a story of how a writer struggles with completing his book or having it published.
I got the good chance of reading Stainless Longganisa.
The place that made his spine tingled. The story is so worth remembering. Horror pala yan ha ha!
This is such a well written book review, Mark. Bye the way,I dropped by on your blog.