It’s not always that I read about science fiction in a Philippine setting, and Eliza Victoria’s Project 17 hits the right notes.
When ten-year-old Aaron moved from the big city to the country, he thought it was a boring sleepy town. Then he met Jake, a know-it-all farm girl who said his house was haunted. She claimed an Amish boy disappeared without a trace after hearing the wind call his name. Aaron thought she was just trying to scare him…until the night he heard his own name in the wind.
I finally got a copy of this book locally. But I won’t be able to read it soon. Like most of the books from my yet to be read pile. I’m having a hard time settling in to this new life I lead. And being a self-admitted scatterbrain, I can’t easily focus on any one […]
From IO9, a recent addition to my daily reading feedlist, posted 15 classic science fiction and fantasy novels that publishers rejected. It’s an interesting read, especially seeing which books that are considered classic today, had no initial support.
I bring you another book trailer from the same publishers of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. This calls out more to the geek in my heart. And frankly, I want this one made into an actual movie!