Borrowed Children by George Ella Lyon

Read this book when I was is the fourth grade. I didn’t understand it well back then, all I knew about it was it’s about a young girl that was forced to stay home, manage a household and take care of a newborn baby. Nevertheless, I loved it. Here’s the summary from GoodReads.com: Twelve-year-old Amanda …

Omerta by Mario Puzo

What is there left for me to say for such a capturing, entertaining, and page-turning, magnificent piece of literature? I don’t mean to sound overrated here, but this book is just as magnificent as The Godfather itself. Here’s the summary from GoodReads.com: To Don Raymonde Aprile’s children he was a loyal family member, their father’s adopted “nephew.” …

The Zombie Whisperer by Jesse Petersen

Although the story is quite predictable and the cover is a little off, still this final book in the Living with the Dead series is a better ending than I have expected. In this last book, we follow Dave and Sarah who are living a quiet life in a farmhouse somewhere in Montana after their …

Eat.Slay.Love by Jesse Petersen

Yes, I pledge guilty for being addicted in reading the books in this series and you can put all the blame to Jesse Petersen. I just had to buy the third book (in ebook form) in the Living with the Dead series after finishing the second one. Although the second book was lengthy enough, still I can’t get …

Married with Zombies by Jesse Petersen

Thanks to Manel Loureiro, I decided to go on a Zombie novel reading marathon. I am having my internship and the vacant time could get really boring, so I decided to give Jesse Petersen a shot with the first part of the Living with the Dead series, Married with Zombies. Married with Zombies tells us …

Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End by Manel Loureiro

I kicked off my 2013 with a Zombie novel because I was really getting impatient from waiting for the season comeback of The Walking Dead. I am just really grateful of Goodreads as it has been my guide to great books recently. I have my Goodreads account for a while now, but it wasn’t until …

Bohemia by Veronika Carnaby

Bohemia is really my type of novel, considering that I have this burning passion for everything nostalgic, and it’s really not that hard to fall in love with it. Here’s the summary from GoodReads.com: In her debut novel, Veronika Carnaby picks up where the Beat Generation left off. Set in 1960, Bohemia chronicles a group …

Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice

This is obviously a classic, what else can I say about it? It has award winning written all over it, and I don’t just mean that literally. Here’s the summary from GoodReads.com:Here are the confessions of a vampire. Hypnotic, shocking, and chillingly erotic, this is a novel of mesmerizing beauty and astonishing force-a story of …