Shopaholic novels nga ayaw ko din, yung The Devil Wears Prada binasa ko coz I always look for books na may tag na New York Times Bestseller or International Best Seller, e di ko din nagustuhan, pinamigay ko ata... Another book na pinamigay ko lang na bestseller daw e The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Booooooooring
oh well you saved me a few bucks.
I watched The Lovely Bones kasi and I thought to myself, well, whoever the author of this book is, he/she must really have a good imagination because of the protagonist's "limbo" world. Turns out baka ma-bore lang din ako
As for me, I will never read Cabot ever again. Didn't bore me, well I finished a whole book in less than 24 hours(overnight). Well not to be mean, she has a good writing style naman halatang may pinag-aralan, but there was little to no substance kasi and my time was utterly wasted and I should've slept because my dreams could've been more productive.
Ayoko naman mag-generalize pero as a person who doesn't have all the time in the world, medyo na-trauma nadin ako kaya kahit pati mga Kinsella and the like, ayoko nadin talaga.
No Twilight for me either, poor plot and storyline. But as for Harry Potter, the creativity of the invented names seem promising, so I actually might, when I find time.
Oh and Albom, I've read two of his books, but I won't read him again, I find him insincere and "all about the business", and I'm disgusted at the possibility of him using Mr. Morrie for profitable purposes. Dan Brown is the same, but at least Dan Brown is actually a skilled writer.
I'm a bit discriminating when it comes to books, unlike sa movies na very high ang tolerance ko, so madami pang iba.