Review copy given as a part of Waiting for Whatever Blog Tour hosted by Bibliophiles Unplugged.
Denise knew pain at an early age. She has been waiting for her true love
since she was 11, but she never gave up, knowing she’d meet him someday.
What she didn’t know was that she already met the man she’s been waiting for,
and that he’s sitting beside her at the airport. The thought never crossed her
mind because she’s seated between twoguys who broke her heart before.
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Waiting for Whatever is part of a 6-storybundle, BuqoYA4:HeartChoices.
Available at the Buqo Bookstore for $2.99/PhP135
So dahil Filipino ang short story na ito, Filipino din ang gagamiting kong language para sa Book Talk. Medyo challenging ah! Anyways, Taglish nalang para di naman masyadong malalim. 😂
Waiting for Whatever ay tungkol kay Denise.
*stops because nose bleed! I tried but mahirap pala magsulat talaga ng Filipino I’m sorry. 😭*
Waiting for Whatever is about Denise, 18 years old and her journey to Paris and back to 2 guys who one needs her love and one who needs her forgiveness. To be fully honest, it was a carnival of cliches and even the fact that sometimes it presents that the moment is cliche is really cliche. Really I was shaking my head the entire time because every turn was so expected. I just hope that her next stories are not this cliche because obviously she has potential as a writer. On the bright side, I liked Celine and Seth’s characters. They may be quite too good to be true but I love the maturity of their character. Denise and Robin needs just a little bit of work though because sometimes you just need to look a while at yourself and not jump someone that is available, even if that someone is your so called ” first love “.
I kept this book talk short because I wouldn’t want to spill any more than I already did. Good job on your short story, Fay! There is always room for improvement and I would like to read anything that you would write.
In conclusion I give this book 3/5 royal stars. Thanks for reading!
Fay started writing stories since she learned how to write with a pencil, but
she only rediscovered her love for writing when she was a high school freshman.
Since then, writing has become her life. She’s now a Speech Communication student at the University of the Philippines,
she writes even during the busiest of days because writing prevents her from being a college zombie.
Why she holds writing instruments in an odd way will always be a mystery
to the world.
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