Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan. Gift Wrap Available. Be the first to review this Isang mag-aaral, isang talaarawan. Isang matanda, maraming kaibigan. Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Visprint, pages). I’ve been reading Bob Ong’s books since college, ever since a friend. 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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As weirder things start to happen, Galo tries to escape, but finds that there may be powers stronger than he is that are keeping him from doing so. And thanks to your review and the vid, I finally knew what it was about: Political Joint A political blog centralized on current mana.
Bob Ong really knows how to tickle minds and how to make his readers be engaged in his books. Instead of finding the town to be just less noisier than Manila but still ksibigan improvements from his last visit, he finds that the town went backwards and were rejecting technology no heated kaibiga padsfor example. Crucio-ed Mudblood on August 12, at 3: I want more and I want to know what happened next! Search for kaibian book to add a reference. With all the things going, he continued writing in his journal about his daily experiences.
Tiyo Dindo Uncle Dindo: It is hinted that he can suaan the guitar. Walang basagan ng trip.
Talagang na-feel kong bumilis ung heartbeat ko kasi naka-hang ako sa kaibigqn nanyayari, blow by blow. His day starts and ends with their dog named Clinton. Per Sanguis the writing of Jonathan Bundy. Nk still gives me the creeps. Tina on January 30, at This review alone made me scared to the highest level. My officemate read it and spent the rest of the day talking about it much to my dismay.
XD At dahil sa kaweirdohan ko, gusto kong iresearch yung translation nung mga latin phrase. I was searching for Bob Ong books, btw. Have you read Si?
My Thoughts About Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Book Review #114)
Hmmm … Another friend tampered with my febrile imagination claiming that she could not sleep it off. How about the secret room in where the human —sized saints are kept?
My friends said that it is a scary one. Reading it was like an editorial article full of facts but funny, intended not only for young but also old adults. Delia brought Nico to the nearest hospital because he got high fever. It was Tuesday when he arrived at the bus station.
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You may like this one, though. Have a great day! Galo was enough for more weird experience. Edil on January 29, at kaibiggan Thereafter, I got sick and tired of Bob Ong. Want to Read saving….
The story revolves around Gilberto “Galo” P. That kind of thing. But apparently, one of the insinuations could be that anyone can have a Cinderella life.
The murmur, whisper and noise in the dark.
Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong: A Book Review – A Book Bore in Timbuktu
P Creepy ending, indeed. Galo’s grandmother and the leader of a religious group in their province. But I admit that I found it pretty boring.
Tina on January 29, at And I believe a horror book would be worse for me, it would convey scary images more vividly than a movie ever could.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment kaobigan I found a fellow Bob Ong fan! Kaibbigan Niko and Jezel really want to go with him, feared of what might happen next.
Because of many circumstances, he traveled longer than he expected. Grace Gonzales on April 2, at 9: What of his work susa you recommend the most, from those you have read?
Wow, I Can Read Now. I almost decided not to go because it would mean standing up and going there alone, and who knows what I will find when I open my bedroom door? I hope you can also write your very own masterpiece!!