Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan. Gift Wrap Available. Be the first to review this Isang mag-aaral, isang talaarawan. Isang matanda, maraming kaibigan. Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong (Visprint, pages). I’ve been reading Bob Ong’s books since college, ever since a friend. I tried to read another Bob Ong when friends of mine gave me an intriguing idea of Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan. My friends said that it is.

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I remember the first time I read this book, I had to read funny comic books afterwards just to forget the pictures I created in mind before I sleep. Another Bob Ong fan lent me some of his other works. Dale ‘s review Mar 06, And sharing it with us. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I recommend this to everyone who wants to read a quick creepy book.

It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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Lalo na sa dulong part. I hope you enjoy it then. Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin.

You may like this one, though. It is hinted that he can play the guitar. The people acts so weirdly. My friends said that it is a scary one.

Dale’s review of Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan

Tiyo Dindo Uncle Dindo: If you had, what are your thoughts? Little is known about his appearance, except that he wears glasses and has a short haircut which causes him to be teased as a military cadet.


Their fears conquered their body when Jezel told him that she saw an old man who followed them. Gusto ko basahin kasi naiintriga ako, pero habang nagcocomments kayo dito, naiimagine ko na siya, nagdadalawang isip naman ako. Other Bob Ong books that I read and reviewed: My friends did not prove me wrong.

Edil on January 29, at 6: They introduced themselves as Nico and Jezel. Refresh and try again. His foster grandmother told him to regularly call her Mama Susan rather than grandmother. Precious on March 21, at 5: I like how I was able to feel the atmosphere of the story. Regina Joyce Manalo on September 1, at 8: Walang basagan ng trip.

It was Friday dawn, Galo witness her grandmother, together with several town people who are mostly women and old that wears violet baro, to perform a religious ritual that looks like a cult. How lonely the profession is; the rejection; the solitary successes; etc. This review alone made me scared to the highest level.

But if you do really want to read it, read it during daylight. It became this isolated and mysterious island who does not want to welcome civilization. It can also be concluded that he is intelligent because, in his journal, he states that even though he spaces out in class while writing in his journal, he still manages to recite and get the correct answer.


The diary was supposed to only last that semester but since he already became used to writing to it, he decided to continue writing.

Kaibiigan are commenting using your Facebook account. He is a student at an unidentified college in Manila, living an ordinary life under the care of his aunt.

One night, his grandmother talked to him. This page was last edited on 14 Novemberat You are commenting using your Facebook account. The Closet Atheist Growing up Christian.

Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan

Like Liked by 1 person. Another susxn is a high-tech computer. In the entries he describes how his everyday situations turn into scary situations, how he uncovers various mysteries and horrors, and how he gets deeply involved in these mysteries and horrors and, in the end, cannot escape them.

Besides, Bob Ong is now one of the big influences on my desire to be a writer. As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. Manasala, a teenager who was forced to live with his relatives in the city to study because his biological parents failed to recognize and do their obligations for him. The topics of his work ranges from the everyday life of Filipinos to societal and political commentaries.