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July 15, by najja. When I finally decided to finish my top ten favorite books list I started reading those books again to freshen up my memory. In this book, Bob Ong mentioned a story about this haunted-looking hotel he found while looking for a place to stay in Baguio. I suddenly remembered this story when my husband and I were in Baguio last year.
It so happened that. Opposites really attract. Somehow, something inside me told me it must be a good read. My hunch was right. One thing about Bob Ong is that he writes about his experiences in life, particularly the things that happened to him in his childhood, his former schools, his old teachers, things he read and everything else that is happening in the Philippines. So what did I see inside the hotel I was mentioning earlier? Nothing scary really, save for the dim, anemic lighting, old and dusty looking walls plus a mean-looking bed that looked like its gonna eat you while you were sleeping.
I was so creeped out I dragged my husband out of there so fast that he never had the chance to say anything. Posted in books Tagged ang paboritong aklat ni hudas , baguio , Bob Ong , hotel , session road Leave a Comment. Comments RSS. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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Ang Paboritong Libro Ni Hudas
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Review for Ang Paboritong Libro Ni Hudas by Bob Ong
July 15, by najja. When I finally decided to finish my top ten favorite books list I started reading those books again to freshen up my memory. In this book, Bob Ong mentioned a story about this haunted-looking hotel he found while looking for a place to stay in Baguio. I suddenly remembered this story when my husband and I were in Baguio last year. It so happened that.
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