Richi Gurl

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  • Garden of Sugar and Pineapples on Feb. 11, 2012

    From the moment I started reading this book up to the end, I just had a smile on my face. It had the perfect dose of humor and wistfulness which not so many authors can achieve. This book should be specifically commended for its attempt to use a socially-fit theme. The author was able to relate it to the modern world setting inconspicuously. I’m giving two thumbs up for this book. It is definitely good read!
  • Hawaiian Pineapple Jarhead on Feb. 11, 2012

    I admired the voice behind the character. It had the perfect combination of humor, nostalgia, and surprise. The language also fit into the story—something that would make you want to read out loud all the dialogues. The author was able to avoid the risk of sounding too flat when he allowed his main character to do the narration. I think this is superb. In fact, I think this is a good piece of literature.
  • Pineapple Picking Cowboy on Feb. 11, 2012

    I really enjoyed reading this book. The characters are well established and the plots drive the readers to know more. It is a complete page-turner. I finished it in one-sitting. It’s very hard to put this book down once you started reading it. I’d like to think it’s a crossover between Lord of the Flys and The Little Prince only with a little bit of Asian reference. Overall, this book is something worthy to read and be passed on.
  • Hijacked Luxury Limo on Feb. 11, 2012

    This is one of the best e-books I’ve ever read lately. The story was quite interesting. I felt like watching an action-adventure movie when reading this book. The excitement escalated for every scene so there was never any flat chapter. The writing style had the perfect combination of humor and wit—something which not so many authors can achieve. I think the writer made a good job in this story. I hope there will be a part two!
  • Friday the 13th Wedding on Feb. 11, 2012

    The intriguing synopsis pushed me to read this book and it did not disappoint. I like the way the author built his character. I also like the fact that the author enabled the readers to empathize with his main character. He did it in a subtle way and it fit the whole theme of the story. I just noticed that there were quite a few typographical errors. Nonetheless, this book is something everybody can relate to.