by Allana Luta
[caption id="attachment_9705" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Sula's Voyage by Catherine Torres | bookbed mug available on our Store[/caption]
The book I finished before Sula’s Voyage was Eugene Y. Evasco’s Anina ng mga Alon, which I had bought at the 2015 Manila International Book Fair but decided to...
by Rae Rival
[caption id="attachment_9534" align="aligncenter" width="2592"] Wounded Little Gods by Eliza Victoria[/caption]
The title gives you a glimpse of the novel’s themes: “Little gods” is quite an oxymoron because gods are deemed powerful (and therefore big) and immortal but the novel tweaks that notion. This oxymoron also speaks...
by Hannah Taotjo
Think: romance literature. Done? Now, be honest - did this picture pop into your head?
If you said yes, congratulations. You are now officially outdated. You can put away your auntie’s racy paperbacks now, you won’t be needing them anymore (and those Fifty Shades copies,...