And myths So if you are one of those students bored with studying Philippine literature you might brush up on it again Cool Even I id take a fancy for it I have learned the lessons I had never learned by heart in schoolOn the other hand since it is now my book two I have pretty noticed Mr Samar s styles of settings and conflicts and resolution The pace of the story goes from the part that there is a mixture of suspense thrill and awe to the heart breaking part where the characters which he must have predicted that his audience will be attached to should sacrifice to A Guide to Americas Sex Laws dieThe impact It happened to me I was totallyevastated and annoyed at the author then I peevishly muttered under my breath why he always intends to o so Likewise although I can guess some inconspicuous inconsistencies he may have intended to make the supporting character of Mang Joey the leading bagani appear to be foolish A bagani who is expected to be omnipotent turns out to be a pipsueak Well as a rule this kind of character is banal in novels Thus I cannot blot out of my mind the idea that Mr Samar may have come to the point that he ran out of ideas unknowing how to get off the hook Just I am analyzing and I am now paralyzed as what the cliche goes The good thing is that the story is a very complicated case Dude how id Mr Samar connect all the scenarios from the book one with the book two The book one on the one hand is the revelation that there are mythical Philippine creatures beyond our imagination creatures I had never heard of unless you know a lot of Philippine literature So some words are so nakakadugo ng ilong The book two on the other hand is like opening a Pandora s box where the other covey of mythical creatures clambers out until they are on the loose The upshot of it is that you had better find a safe hideout protected with sanyang Gee otherwise it is going to be like a walking ead scene Besides it is a challenge for a writer to create anothre scenarios which should be relevant to the book one In this case Mr Samar is indeed creative and genius Ikaw naOne of the things I had not been able to o as a voracious reader is reading a book series just the like of Harry Potter by JK Rowling and Lord of the Ring by J L Tolkien During that time I still was not active on Goodreads Besides if I like to read them although I appear to be a late reader I still cannot afford them they can still percolate my purses Yay Nevertheless there is one thing I will for sure follow up with Si Janus Silang a very Filipino fiction created by our very own writer Edgar Calabia Samar Good luck Mr Samar I am now your avid fan so I am planning to read your other works. In nina Manong Joey Ipinagtapat naman ni Renzo kay Janus ang matagal na palang sinusundan ni Manong Isyo bumalik sa mapa ng utak ng alawang manong ang brain imprint ng Papa ni Janus at maaaring buhay pa pala ito.
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Hooked na hooked May feels talaga ng Harry Potter without the trying hard effect Ang galing galing This book brought Philippine myths and legends to another level And the postmodern style literally took my breath away I had a harder time with the lengthy unbroken narrative of this book but it idn t Anthropology as Cultural Critique disappoint from the expected thrills If anything this was way harder for the heart given the new characters we were made to fall in love with and the way the story played out soon after I can t wait for book 3 Honestly Ion t know how many books my heart could take PS The horrors and creatures in this book were the same ones I grew up hearing about as a child So yes this book Anyone did mess with my head and made me ask the legitimate uestion meron ba talagang manananggal Pusong Nuno AT TIYANAK OMG Every seuel is burdened with the insurmountable task of outdoing or even just to be as good as its predecessor And this task is made even insurmountable when that predecessor is a tough act to follow It is in this circumstance that Janus S lang at ang Laban ng Manananggal Mambabarang finds itself in As is needed with a series that intends to create its own universe Janus S lang 2 needed to be expositionary to explain its mythos to lay the board on which the pieces would be later set It still packs the reliableelicious Tagalog with which Egay Samar weaves his tale the usual moments of read when you realize just how terrified you still are of these creatures from your childhood nightmares Egay Samar tweaks the local myth just enough to offer something fresh without losing the ependable fright these creatures inherently have and invoke even in a grown man But Boggs don t be misled by how seemingly expositionary this second book is it has its sprinkles of surprises here and there the best of which it saved for last All in all Janus S lang 1 created a solid base among fans that even with the fewer action moments on Janus S lang 2 fans eagerly await for the third installment Especially most specially with an ending like that It just keeps getting better and better ANO PONG NANGYARI SIR EGAY BAKIT KELAN MATATAPOS ANG BOOK 3 KELAN NAMIN MABABASA JUICECOLORED HAMBANGIS HUNTANGHENA After finishing the first book in the series I ve contemplated if I ll immediately continue on reading the next Not that Iidn t enjoy the first one but because the first book is a total cliffhanger and I m afraid that this book will be Janus Silang s second book blows the first book out of the water with its action and plot twists We get to meet endearing new characters ILU Miro and are faced with new terrors I love the spin it gives to local mythology giving the. APAT NA BUWAN NA SI JANUS SA MANSIYON NINA MANONG JOEY SA AGONO PERO NAROON PA RIN ANG SAKIT NG DILANG KARAYOM NG MANANANGGAL SA PUSO NIYA DAHIL SA PAGKAWALA NG MGA MAHAL SA BUHAY AT SAPILITANG PAGLAYO KAY MICASi.
M plausible new interpretations and turning everything on its head If you loved the first book PAKSHET ANO PA ANG INAANTAY N YO I could not put it Battleground Chicago down is probably the most cliched review someone could give but what can youo when it s true and that s the most Albert Camus direct way you could to say it I enjoyed it very much I was reading this while commuting because I was itching to find out what will happen and no matter how much I thought I knew what was going to happen I honestlyid not predict that ending The thing I noticed with both books in this series is that it was written like a one long narrative so the ending basically leaves the readers hanging and looking forward to the next book But my gripe with it being written this way was that the book feels like it wouldn t stand on its own and you Bitter Choices d need to read the first to fully appreciate the story it looks like its just one segment in this long narrative But that s just me Things I loved about this book 1 Miro the friend who happens to be gay was a refreshing addition just because I rarely see a gay character in a novel that is not an outright LGBT work 2 The expanded world the new characters the back back back that was intentional stories which proves again na Ang taba ng utak ng Author na ito 3 How Janus actually played TALA and now its not just some abstract idea of a gameOf course this goes without saying I m looking forward to the next Edgar Calabia Samar won the 34th Philippine National Book Awards in 2015 for his book one Si Janus Silang at ang Tiyanak ng Tabon as Best Fiction which I lavished with 5 stars the highest rating on Goodreads If he is given another chance to be nominated for this year I am pretty sure that he will gain the back to back victory Ang taray If I had a reputed name in the Philippine literature I would beat therum for him Or if I were one of the judges I would campaign or lobby my fellow judges above board for him to win Just it is magically and terrifically beautiful Mr Samar is incredible Believe you me I Bill Veecks Crosstown Classic did not expect this book two to be better than the book one It iseeper stuffier and creative the abnormally mitosis product of his wild imagination Besides he galvanized all the neurons inside my body I have found in this one how skilled in writing such a story Mr Samar is Marvelous First he mixes his story with the contemporary issues which every young adult can relate to like the super typhoon Yolanda that killed thousands of people Timely and relevantThat is why he mentions on the first pages of his book that some situations were based on real life Second as usual his trademark for using some characters based on Philippine folklore. Mula ng Christmas break nang mawasak ang proteksiyon ng mansiyon laban sa Tiyanak at sa mga kampon nito Matinding barang ba ito Nawawala rin si Mira ang isa sa kambal na baganing kasing edad ni Janus at inampon
Edgar Calabia Samar is a multi awarded poet and novelist from the Philippines His first novel Walong Diwata ng Pagkahulog received the NCCA Writer’s Prize in 2005 and its English translation as Eight Muses of the Fall was longlisted in the Man Asian Literary Prize in 2009 In 2013 he received two Philippine National Book Awards––one for his second novel Sa Kasunod ng 909 Best Novel and an