Category: Rating: 5/5
- Title: Transformation Author: Robert Johnson Rating: 5/5 This is the book that I've read when I spent a few hours in one new coffee shop in Eastwood City (Philippines). Transformation's gist is the differentiation and explanation about the three levels of masculine consciousness. (This is not gender sensitive. This will also apply to females. Don't get this all wrong)… Continue reading "Transformation by Robert Johnson (Book Review)"
John Kotter, Our Iceberg is Melting, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Our Iceberg is Melting Author: John Kotter Rating: 5/5 Our Iceberg is Melting is one of the books that can surely stir your curious mind - because of the reviews and so as how it has been presented. Leadership books and books about change is not a new genre for me. Thus seeing how this book was written was… Continue reading "Our Iceberg is Melting by John Kotter (Book Review)"
R.J. Palacio, Rating: 5/5
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: 365 Days of Wonder Author: RJ Palacio Rating: 5/5 Overwhelming, Inspiring and Empowering. That is how I described this little book of quote collection. I started reading this book last March of this year along with the second book of RJ Palacio which is Auggie & Me. I intentionally finished the second book first because this book, (365 days of wonder)… Continue reading "365 Days of Wonder by RJ Palacio (Book Review)"
Og Mandino, Rating: 5/5, The Greatest Miracle in the World, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Greatest Miracle in the World Author: Og Mandino Rating: 5/5 **Note: If you haven't read the story, I'd have to ask you to leave because this review has a lot of spoilers because of the story's simplicity and brevity. ** Yes, the story of this book is rather short but is meaningful. This is a story narrated by… Continue reading "The Greatest Miracle in the World by Og Mandino (Book Review)"
auggie and me, R.J. Palacio, Rating: 5/5, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Auggie & Me (Three Wonder Stories) Author: RJ Palacio Rating: 5/5 This book is never a prequel or sequel of the the author's first book, Wonder. However, before reading this, I highly recommend you reading the Wonder first because not only will you understand the context better, you'd appreciate every character more. Auggie and Me is a compilation of three… Continue reading "Auggie & Me by RJ Palacio (Book Review)"
Paulo Coelho, Rating: 5/5, Uncategorized, Warrior of the Light: A Manual
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Warrior of the Light: A Manual Author: Paulo Coelho Rating: 5/5 We are all warriors of this life. At some point, we may need to fight but in other times, surrender. There are moments when you can't understand what's going on and you ended up frustrated and angry - to the people around you, circumstances and sometimes even to… Continue reading "Warrior of the Light: A Manual by Paulo Coelho (Book Review)"
Ambeth Ocampo, Prehistoric Philippines, Rating: 5/5, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Looking Back 6 - Prehistoric Philippines Author: Ambeth Ocampo Rating: 5/5 It was my recent travels that made me really interested about the Philippines - heroes, history, movies etc.. I always had a dream of a better country in the future. I want a Philippines that will be enjoyed by the Filipino people; not only those who were privilege enough… Continue reading "Looking Back 6 – Prehistoric Philippines by Ambeth Ocampo (Book Rview)"
Fr. Bong Guerrero, Happy, Happy Me, Rating: 5/5, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Happy, Happy Me Author: Fr. Bong Guerrero Rating: 5/5 Happy, Happy Me is a book written by a Filipino priest whom we get to listen to, when we attended a mass in Mall of Asia (the church beside the mall). As a practicing Catholic, we get to encounter different types of priest in a mass and seldom do we… Continue reading "Happy, Happy Me by Fr. Bong Guerrero (Book Review)"
Heneral Luna: The History Behind The Movie, Rating: 5/5, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onHeneral Luna: The History Behind The Movie Rating: 5/5 If you haven't watched the movie, Heneral Luna, then this book is a good alternative. It's a concise version - an interview, actually with the author of this movie's root - The Rise and Fall of Antonio Luna. It also gave us an overview of how Dr. Vivencio Jose, started with… Continue reading "Heneral Luna: The History Behind The Movie (Book Review)"
David Clayton, David Clayton and Laura Vanderkam, Rating: 5/5, The Healthy Guide to Unhealthy Living, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: The Healthy Guide to Unhealthy Living Author: Dr. David Clayton and Laura Vanderkam Rating: 5/5 Reading this is nostalgic. Reminds me of my college books almost 10 years ago (I am a registered nurse by the way) and reminded me about some topics especially on different drugs that can be used as anti antidepressant, relaxant and sleeping pills. This… Continue reading "The Healthy Guide to Unhealthy Living by Dr. David Clayton and Laura Vanderkam (Book Review)"
John Maxwell, Rating: 5/5, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn Author: John C. Maxwell Rating: 5/5 Before, I thought Maxwell was an overrated author because of his popularity. His book are all over NBS and Fullybooked shelves. However, the more Maxwell books I've read, I am slowly becoming his fan and addicted to his writings. Every time you'd read his book, you'd become… Continue reading "Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn by John C. Maxwell (Book Review)"
Dan Brown, Inferno, Rating: 5/5, Uncategorized
By Trixie Ricablanca onTitle: Inferno Author: Dan Brown Rating: 5/5 It's a Dan Brown with a twist. Being a fan of the author, (have finally read all his books! May see Dan Brown's book reviews here), his introduction this time is different. He started it at the middle part of the plot, with a little drama - Robert Langdon has an amnesia. He doesn't… Continue reading "Inferno by Dan Brown (Book Review)"