When you’re stuck in a huge pile of books, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed about which book to pick. So here’s a better gist of your must-haves from our September favorites!
1. Here We Are Now by Jasmine Warga
Books and music lovers would enjoy this book as protagonist Taliah discovers her true identity. She is comforted by music and the thought that although love bind families together, love will also teach you how to say goodbye.
2. Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland
Our favorite childhood movie is now one for the books. Alice’s attempts to find her way home become increasingly bizarre, infuriating and amazing in turn. A beloved classic, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has continued to delight readers, young and old for over a century.
3. Fragile Things: Short Fictions And Wonders
Let’s take it from the #1 New York bestselling author Neil Gaiman. These marvelous creations showcase the unparalleled invention, storytelling brilliance, terrifyingly dark and entertaining wit of the incomparable Neil Gaiman. By turns delightful, disturbing, and diverting, Fragile Things is a gift of literary attachment from one of the most original writers of our time.
4. An Open Book: Thursdays with Nanay Coring by Cecilia Ramos Licauco with Yvette Fernandez
Nanay Coring is National Bookstore’s mom and her daughter Cecilia Ramos Licauco tells the story of her and her brothers’ Thursday meetings with their Nanay for National Bookstore’s committee meetings. Alongside business-related matters, Nanay Coring tells them her life stories and this book tells of those stories. Get to know the family behind our favorite bookstore!
5. Girl Online: Going Solo by Zoe Sugg
In this third installment of Girl Online series, Penny’s life is back to normal – only without Noah. She lost contact with him and now she’s all alone to face the world. Would she succeed in distracting herself? Or will she sulk into a corner because memories with Noah haunt her?
6. Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
Imagine this: you’re a politician’s daughter who has already figured everything out. Life’s perfect and things seem to go according to plan. Then all of a sudden, GONE. Andi’s life was exactly that when her dad got involved in a political scandal that changed their life. Now that dad’s home and she’s walking dogs for money, how will she be able to survive with a blooming friendship and romance between her and Clark? Things aren’t planned – ‘cause if it was, where’s the fun?
7. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff Omnibus by Richard Carlson
Already a classic in self-help and life-simplifying books, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff Omnibus combines two of the major aspects in life that stresses people out to the extreme: work and money. Dr. Richard Carlson proposes his life philosophy to help you keep stress away and have a calmer and happier life.
8. Blessed in the Darkness by Joel Osteen
Have you ever wondered: why do bad things happen to good people? Is there really a blessing in the darkness? World-renown pastor of Lakewood Church Joel Osteen writes this book to answer just that. He explains how God is actually making seemingly bad things work for your good. Read this if you want a reflective vacation and a changer of perspective.
9. Smaller and Smaller Circles by F.H. Batacan
If you want something thrilling and close to the heart, F.H. Batacan’s Smaller & Smaller Circles will surely make you sit on the edge of your seat! Journey with Fr. Saez and his companion as they catch the culprit of a series of murders in Payatas. Oh and it’s now a film! Make sure to watch it too.
10. Office Petiks: Immortal by Stanley Chi
Humorous and wittingly written for the office-rat millennial, Stanley Chi takes his readers into fits of laughter as he helps them cope with office politics and the overbearing bosses and the annoying office mates. Fresh grads, you might wanna grab a copy of this!
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