Category: Last Book Syndrome

Last Book Syndrome: Pokemon

by Clarissa Chua I used to think that stories are only stories if they contain an important lesson to impart to the reader. If I still stood firm on this belief, I probably wouldn’t have discovered the wondrous books I’ve encountered the past few years. Nevertheless, this belief of mine has led me to look […]

Last Book Syndrome: ‘If I Stay’ by Gayle Forman

by Clarissa Chua The book we’re featuring today is from one of my favorite authors, and also the first book I read electronically. Honestly, I’ve never been a huge fan of ebooks because I feel that the essence of a book gets lost—the flipping of the pages, the smell of it, putting a bookmark in place—the […]

Last Book Syndrome: ‘Paper Towns’ by John Green

by Clarissa Chua Hello, Cheer Readers and welcome to the first ever Last Book Syndrome! I’m so excited to launch this here since this is the perfect avenue for it and it’s been my blog baby idea for years now. *ehem* So what is Last Book Syndrome? It’s kind of like Last Song Syndrome, wherein the last […]