Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan. Gift Wrap Available. Be the first to review this Isang mag-aaral, isang talaarawan. Isang matanda, maraming kaibigan. Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Visprint, pages). I’ve been reading Bob Ong’s books since college, ever since a friend. I tried to read another Bob Ong when friends of mine gave me an intriguing idea of Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan. My friends said that it is.

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He is a student at an unidentified college in Manila, living an ordinary life under the care of his aunt. I wish I read books literally. The diary was supposed to only last that semester but since he already became used to writing to it, he decided to continue writing. You are commenting using your Facebook account. It became this isolated and mysterious island who does not want to welcome civilization. Things changed drastically from what he remembers in the province.

Galo wondered who ate those rice cakes. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Paperback, from Fully Booked Cover: Nakakagulat lang talaga dahil di ko inaasahang gagamit si uncle Bob ng horror story para patuloy na itago ang tunay na mensahe ng mga libro nya.

Props to you pa rin for reading until the end!

kaibigann Lao, his professor in college, Galo wrote his own journal and became his hobby. An engineering student who just broke up with his girlfriend.

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Do I need to have ticket? Their fears conquered their body when Jezel told him that she saw an old man who followed them. Thanks for dropping by. Baka hindi ako makatulog mamayang gabi dahil dito. Through this diary he narrated his experience for the past few months. It was his grandmother who raised him before Galo moved to the city. Plus, the twins, Jezel and Niko.


Perhaps this is an addiction? We will not remove any content suean bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. Em-Em on March 12, at I was searching for Bob Ong books, btw. But I admit that I found it pretty boring. Have you read Si? Gee, it is the impact on me!

My friends did not prove me wrong. He may have dabbled in writing it in a corner without any specific theme on his mind. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Besides, Bob Ong is now one of the big influences on my desire to be a writer.

Edil on January 29, at 6: The first person account made the story so engaging. It kaibgan be concluded that these people, of whom little is known, are the people that Galo cannot understand very well, and that his thoughts stray away from them because of personal issues.

Make me forget that its cover is pink, I will pick it up. I chose it just because of kaibigwn color not thinking of kaibigab story. Walang basagan ng trip.

Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong: A Book Review

I like how his books portray Filipinos dark and good side in a very readable form. This is where weird things start happening. This book talks about change and how we should accept it and the value of a family. His grandmother welcomed her grandson to her huge house; it had been four years since he last saw him.


For instance, kwibigan date of the setting is in Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Bob Ong is one of the popular Filipino writers, who, until now, I am kzibigan sure if he is really one kaibigwn or many contributing to one book. It is a warning.

I remember the first time I read this book, I had to read funny comic books afterwards just to forget the pictures I created in mind before I sleep.

A room with a table full of rotten rice cakes circled by twelve female statues wearing violet baro. Heartstring Eulogies Conjured by Sarah Doughty. Archived December 21,at the Wayback Machine. Tina on January 29, at Bob Ong, kaibigaan Roberto Ong, is the pseudonym of a Filipino contemporary author known for using conversational Filipino to create humorous and reflective depictions of life as a Filipino.

My Thoughts About Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Book Review #114)

The image of a morbid and weak lady who showed the signs of aging. His foster grandmother told him to regularly call her Mama Susan rather than grandmother. The story revolves around Gilberto “Galo” P.

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