Angelito G. Nambatac Jr
Angelito G. Nambatac Jr is a dedicated and wannabe-writer living with his parents, who are both teachers, with his brother Mark and his dog Bam-Bam. He is currently studying at Mindanao State University- Iligan Institute of Technology taking up Bachelor of Arts in English. He loves to write poems and short stories in English, Filipino and in his native dialect, Cebuano.
He had uploaded some of his works at wattpad (http://wattpad.com/kogarasumaro143). Follow him at his author page, http://gilnambatac.blogsot.com and at his facebook page, http://facebook.com/gilnambatac.
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Smashwords book reviews by Angelito G. Nambatac Jr
on Nov. 15, 2011
Though it didn't level even closer to Doodling, I still find FLidderbugs a good one.
- Literary Heroin (Gluttony): A Twilight Parody
on May 30, 2012
A very entertaining piece of work by Jess Scott, where every detail of the Twilight Saga, and in YA in general, was sliced out letting the "true meat" be exposed for public viewing. This is the best parody I've ever read. High five!
I never left where I started and without interruption, I've read this half a day. Honestly! It leaves me struck. Jess Scott smartly chooses her words to really give an electrifying effect to readers when read. Literary Heroin is not only criticizing Twilight (and HG) but there's something more to it. This is a work that will instigate revolution against literary mediocrity and mundane novels, including disgusting fan fictions too. A movement against greedy publishers who are much more interested in making money than that of instilling true art to every book they publish. Jess Scott perfectly relayed his sentiments against poorly made books and mundane fan fictions.
I highly recommend this to all people who love books and who hate bad literature!
Read more review here: http://hailgil.blogspot.com/2012/05/book-review-and-giveaway-literary.html
- The Boy Who Played with Fire (Part 1)
on July 22, 2012
The Boy Who Played Fire, Part 1, is a story about four non-conformists teens playing around the Underground Railway of London with their spray paints, lighter and stuff. They try to find some mythological bright emerald green dragon for fun, without minding whether it's really true or not. But everything changed it's course when Pax, one of the four 4sq member, found something that truly defines reality to superstitious.
This novel upholds the value of (1) telling teenagers to think out of the box. Jess Scott really emphasizes this in her book that being an average teen is not worth living and is too mainstream. This book tells every teens to put to a test everything they wanted to do, meaning they should try what they want to do or want to make something for the sake of their own satisfaction. This is the stage wherein rich innovations comes out, therefore we should not conceal our thoughts and we will just let it flow from the realm of ideas out to the known reality; and (2) challenging the norms as the key to a holistic development. In short, being passive to the society will do no good because we actually stop the process of development of the society we wherein. Therefore it very essential not to accept immediately the norms we grown in and to question everything that comes in our way.
Jess Scott again won my heart for the second time around (read my first review of her work here) because of the characters and of the plot. Really, her book is out of the usual.The dragon stuff and weird characters put me on the edge of my seat waiting what lays ahead of the story. Jess Scott is the perfect example of an author who practices the notion "WRITE TO EXPRESS not to IMPRESS".
I love this book and I am looking forward to read parts 2 and 3...
You made it again, Ms. Jess Scott.
(originally posted at Hail Gil -http://hailgil.blogspot.com/2012/07/book-review-boy-who-played-fire-part-1.html)