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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Gee, it is the impact on me! It is just a story of how a writer struggles with completing his book or having it published. So when I decided to read the book, I told myself I need to finish it in broad daylight.
This page was last edited on 14 Novemberat Views Read Edit View history. Per Sanguis the writing of Jonathan Bundy. Bob Ong really knows how to tickle minds and how to make his readers be engaged in his books. Most characters in Galo’s journal are people he encounters every day, and some are not described other than having their ,aibigan mentioned.
I still feel very funny for being scared of this one. I bought this book with my boyfriend, we just picked it and bought it without any hesitations. This one has the scary elements of Filipino superstitions. Galo was enough for more weird experience.
It is hinted that he can play the guitar. B on October 23, at 6: Thus, the book appears to be inscrutable because she is not sure what Bob Ong may want to imply in this book since all his books appear to have satirical meanings.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Tina on January 29, at I almost clicked the play button for the trailer! I was impressed by his ways of writing out his ideas or opinions in a conversational way.
Galo explored the place and felt the serenity and beauty of Tarmanes.
My Thoughts About Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Book Review #114)
Not like the love story in Kapitan Sino. I like how I suzan able to feel the atmosphere of the story. It became this isolated and mysterious maja who does not want to welcome civilization. Thereafter, I got sick and tired of Bob Ong. I want more and I want to know what happened next! To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
I recommend this to everyone who wants to read a quick creepy book. Another Bob Ong fan lent me some of his other works. I read it 11pm onwards while with my classmates while doing our thesis.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Pag takot takot ka na ba, kaya mo pa ring magsulat sa journal mo? I keep on remembering the face in the trailer and freaked out at the thought of seeing that in the dark corners of our apartment. If you may not have already guessed, this is by far one of the best book that I read from Bob Ong.
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.
Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan
Wandering Mirages of books, movies, music and just about everything worth talking about My favorite book of Bob Ong is Mac-Arthur.
I feel that his works have that international appeal that other nationalities will also appreciate. Crucio-ed Mudblood on August 12, at 3: All the settings are mixed. ECKA on May 23, at 9: I like how the narration works perfectly with the pacing.
So, his publisher may have ignored it and still seen its potential to give his readers the creeps knowing that he has established a name in the market. I got the good chance kaiigan reading Stainless Longganisa. Galo’s grandmother and the leader of a religious group in their province. So the Church left them and locked the gates. He felt that he is not part of the family because of their approach to him.
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And sharing it with us. Bakit Baligtad Magbasa ng Libro ang mga Pilipino? Tin on January 29, at 6: 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. Bob Ong, or Roberto Ong, is the pseudonym of a Filipino contemporary author known for using conversational Filipino to create humorous and reflective depictions of life as a Filipino.