NBS recommends Pinoy literature
The Lost Diary Of Rizal
By Scy Sze
MANILA, Philippines - She is no one special. He is destined to be great. They are bound by love, played with time, and fated to separate but will they walk their fate? Valentina had always hated her name, likewise, her sentiment for her collage subject, The Life and Works of Rizal. She considers herself an insignificant waste to the world and always apologized for mistakes that are not her own. She lives her life only following what her parents had set for her, and overshadowed by her siblings. Until the day she met Leon and found the Lost Diary of Rizal. Leon, a mysterious young gentleman who isolates himself from the world, lived and breathed in the world of books. He was never interested in anything unliterary until he met Valentina and discovered a book that will change everything.
The Filipino Heroes League Book 1: Sticks And Stones
By Paolo Fabregas
Undermanned and underfunded, The Filipino Heroes League does what it can to fight against injustice. It’s tough being a superhero but it’s even tougher being a third-world superhero.
12 Little Things Global Filipinos Can Do To Help Our Philippines
By Alex Lacson
“It begins with us. Our story as people starts with us. God has put so much beauty within us, and start celebrating, thanking and glorifying God for that beauty within us, and start celebrating, thanking and glorifying God for that beauty, the Filipino shall be one big step closer to his destiny,” says Lacson. Written by Kabayanihan Foundation founder Alex Lacson, this book provides ideas and concrete suggestions on how global Filipinos can help the country, wherever they are in the world.
12 Little Things Our Youth Can Do To Help Our Country
By Alex Lacson
“The moment we can bring about the Greatest Generation of the Filipino Youth, those who would create wealth not only for themselves but also for the many who have none in society, those who would truly consider the Filipino as their family and love our people more than any other generation in the past, those who’d strive for the happiness of our country as their own, when that time comes, when that generation arrives, it will be the most glorious moment for our Motherland. That generation will make Her and the name Filipino great and respected in the eyes of the world,” writes Lacson.
The Best Of This Is A Crazy Planets
By Ernest Lourd M. de Veyra
In this collection of essays, spot.ph satirist Lourd de Veyra spills both the awful and awesome truth about Pinoy pop culture and politics and dissects familiar idiosyncrasies about life in Manila that nobody dares talk about.
Trese Volume 3: Mass Murders
By Budjette Tan
Twelve midnight in Metro Manila. Try to remain calm if you suddenly spot a tikbalang speeding down EDSA or a manananggal swooping across the Makati skyline. While partying at the Fort, never ever let the enkanto at the bar buy you a drink. Yet, there are deadlier things that walk the streets of this city. One of them now demands blood and sacrifice. When crime takes a turn for the weird, the police call Trese.
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