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Magkaibigan Maikling Kwento PinoyLumipas Ang Isang Linggo Habang Nagpipintura Si Gardo Ay Sinigawan Siya Ng Isang Kaibigan Gardo Alam Mo Na Ba Ang Nangyari Kay Efren Ha Bakit Ano Nangyari Mamaya Pumunta Tayo Sa Kanila Patay Na Si Efren, Nabaril Habang Nag Hoholdap Ng Banko Sa Bayan Natupad Ang Kaniyang Pangarap Ang Mga Tao Ay Isa Isang Yumuyukod Sa Kaniyang Harap Sa Loob Ng Isang Kahon Na May Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan is about a college student, Galo, who decides to go back to the province to take care of his Grandma It turns out, his Grandma, and the old town his Grandma lives in, is stranger than it used to be.If the book s cover doesn t give it away already, Mama Susan is a horror story Wikipedia says it s a mystery novel but Mama Susan is really a shit in your pants at 3am horror story Or maybe I m just a scaredy cat and I shouldn t have read it during the wee hours of Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan is about a college student, Galo, who decides to go back to the province to take care of his Grandma It turns out, his Grandma, and the old town his Grandma lives in, is stranger than it used to be.If the book s cover doesn t give it away already, Mama Susan is a horror story Wikipedia says it s a mystery novel but Mama Susan is really a shit in your pants at 3am horror story Or maybe I m just a scaredy cat and I shouldn t have read it during the wee hours of the morning.It s written in diary form so of course, the story telling is limited and the reader is aware that the narrator is sitting down somewhere, writing in his notebook When things got a little bit too exciting, it bothered me that the narrator still had time to write in his diary He apparently kept the journal with him wherever he went At the end of the book, while I was reading the last sentence, I really felt like someone I can t see was embracing me I hope I was wrong It s not really scary but it s creepy I mean, imagine yourself seeing those dark and empty eye sockets of Mama Susan, the rituals they are doing everyday, the creepy statues inside the room with a red curtain, the itim na lolo and Mama Susan herself Up to now, it s still creeping me out The latin is also creepy as heck but fortunately, it doesn t have anything to do with summoning demons or anything google translate so if you accidentally read it out loud, nothing s going to happen much.And, as with every Bob Ong book, there s commentary on society In this one, the most obvious one is on religion, specifically, Christianity The scary side of Mama Susan is first seen when she s asked if she s Christian and she goes on this eerily controlled rant on Christianity I m pretty sure there s also subtext regarding the education system in the Philippines but that was mostly in the beginning and was soon overshadowed by scary shit I was trying to review this in English but I failed heheOkay naman siya Di ko masyado nagustuhan Parang nag attempt si Bob Ong ng horror pero di masyadong patok Sana mas nakakatakot pa Umaga ko siya tinapos sakaling matakot ako o hindi ako makatulog sa gabi hehe Hindi ako natakot, konti lang Pero natetempt ako itranslate yung mga Latin dun sa book Try ko nga pEto yung sa last page tu una cum vitiis tuis es locus pugnae inter bonum ac malum certamen universum eo modo decernetur quo daem I was trying to review this in English but I failed heheOkay naman siya Di ko masyado nagustuhan Parang nag attempt si Bob Ong ng horror pero di masyadong patok Sana mas nakakatakot pa Umaga ko siya tinapos sakaling matakot ako o hindi ako makatulog sa gabi hehe Hindi ako natakot, konti lang Pero natetempt ako itranslate yung mga Latin dun sa book Try ko nga pEto yung sa last page tu una cum vitiis tuis es locus pugnae inter bonum ac malum certamen universum eo modo decernetur quo daemones tuos superabis noli finem omnium in terra malorum optare dum in pugnis mecum cottidianis superaris mene cognovisti, lector me luminibus nocte exstinctis omnino videbis tibi soli semper adero nos una in aeternum coniuncti erimusGoogle Translate you together with your vices are located in the same way the whole of the battle between good and evil struggle to decide which overcome your demons Do not wish for the end of all evils in the land when, in the combats with me daily to overcome known it from me, dear reader night lights extinguished, you will see me at all always will be with thee, thee only We, together we shall be united for ever The first book written by Bob Ong that led me to the portal of his idiosyncrasies is Bakit Baliktad Magbasa Ng Libro Ang Mga Pilipino I was impressed by his ways of writing out his ideas or opinions in a conversational way Reading it was like an editorial article full of facts but funny, intended not only for young but also old adults Besides, I sensed his hidden blaze of nationalism Amused, I borrowed Macarthur from my cousin who happened to be his avid reader After that, I was magnetized The first book written by Bob Ong that led me to the portal of his idiosyncrasies is Bakit Baliktad Magbasa Ng Libro Ang Mga Pilipino I was impressed by his ways of writing out his ideas or opinions in a conversational way Reading it was like an editorial article full of facts but funny, intended not only for young but also old adults Besides, I sensed his hidden blaze of nationalism Amused, I borrowed Macarthur from my cousin who happened to be his avid reader After that, I was magnetized again because the theme is not that as deeply and humorously academic and journalistic as the former one but, instead, it is a simple story that young readers may never forget because it reflects the social problem with illegal drug The story is so worth remembering No wonder when you ask a young avid fan about which Bob Ong books his her favorite is I bet my boots that it is one of them And please, count me in THE VERY THOUGHT OF THE SACHET OF CRYSTAL METH FLOATING IN THE POOPED BOWL REPULSES ME.I was in university when I got the opportunity to read another Bob Ong book Another Bob Ong fan lent me some of his other works I got the good chance of reading Stainless Longganisa But I admit that I found it pretty boring It is just a story of how a writer struggles with completing his book or having it published If it is so, why did Bob Ong make itcomplicated with his satirical dramas He could have just written it in the other way around But who am I to cast aspersion on his writing style WALANG BASAGAN NG TRIP.This is his trademark I was disappointedafter reading his other books such as Ang Paboritong Libro ni Hudas and Kapitan Sino They almost have the same pattern The situation was like all Bob Ong had to do was to strike up a witty conversation with me ,with his satirical sentiments and dramas Thereafter, I got sick and tired of Bob Ong NAKAKASAWA NA I promised myself then that I would not read another Bob Ong books.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 a scary one Hmmm Another friend tampered with my febrile imagination claiming that she could not sleep it off After burying myself in it for the whole night, yes My friends did not prove me wrong I was horrified Somehow, it scared me so witless that I would it put down when I did not want to read what would happen next I did not want to picture how the scenes look like Then, my hair stood on end when I patched all the puzzling parts together GEE, THAT S WHY A typical reaction when you have come to understand everything Who won t forget the scene when the grandma who is supposed to be dead gets up from its bed to approach Galo, the protagonist Who regretted reading the Latin phrases at the end of his each diary How about the secret room in where the human sized saints are kept The story is clearly manipulating because Bob Ong intended to play our imagination All the settings are mixed He intended to lead us in some parts which turn out to be the linchpin of the horror For instance, Galo also makes us read the Latin phrases he reads out of curiosity Even though I didn t understand the words, I still kept on reading them But , in the end, I deeply regretted doing so YOU SHOULD NOT READ THEM IF I WERE YOU It is a warning Plus, the twins, Jezel and Niko.Potek,I thought they were just saling pusa.I was first confused with some information with which Bob Ong padded in the story For instance, the date of the setting is in 1998 But MTB, a famous noon time show ,was not aired in that year yet Another thing is a high tech computer As far as I know, high tech computers were unveiled in the 2000 s There are somehappened in the 2000 s Bob Ong played back in the 1990 s Thus, I inferred that Bob Ong loves to scrabble all the things that happened from different generations.My friend speculates that Bob Ong may have written it off the cuff He may have dabbled in writing it in a corner without any specific theme on his mind So, his publisher may have ignored it and still seen its potential to give his readers the creeps knowing that he has established a name in the market Or she may have meant to say that the story begins with Galo s nega moments then, all of a sudden, it segues into a horror part Thus, the book appears to be inscrutable because she is not sure what Bob Ong may want to imply in this book since all his books appear to have satirical meanings But apparently, one of the insinuations could be that anyone can have a Cinderella life OF COURSE NOT GALO DOES NOT HAVE A PRINCess CHARMING laughs Somehow, there are good points in the story that caught my interest aside from the katatakutan moment I liked the philosophical conversations between Mama Susan and Galo although I find them obscure and irrelevant to whatever Bob Ong wants to preach to us Besides, if it were not Mama Susan s revelation about Galo s past , I would really have demoted Bob Ong to all wannabe writers like me by giving it one out of 5 stars on Goodreads Fiddlesticks I wish I read books literally As a matter of fact, after reading it, I don t want to give it a try again nor flip through its pages given that I found it not that really scary Perhaps, I just don t want to read the Latin phrases any Gee, it is the impact on me Warning Please, don t read the Latin phrases Just skip them Original post at One More Page Note I wanted to write this review in Filipino, but since it s cross posted in my blog, I had to write it in English I ve been reading Bob Ong s books since college, ever since a friend brought her copy of his first book, A B N K K B S N P L A Ko That reads as Aba Nakakabasa Na Pala Ako literal translation Wow, I Can Read Now Bob Ong is one of the popular Filipino writers, who, until now, I am not sure if he is really one person or many contributing to on Original post at One More Page Note I wanted to write this review in Filipino, but since it s cross posted in my blog, I had to write it in English I ve been reading Bob Ong s books since college, ever since a friend brought her copy of his first book, A B N K K B S N P L A Ko That reads as Aba Nakakabasa Na Pala Ako literal translation Wow, I Can Read Now Bob Ong is one of the popular Filipino writers, who, until now, I am not sure if he is really one person or many contributing to one book I ve read almost all of his books ever since then, always looking forward to his funny words of wisdom that pokes and reflects on modern Filipino culture I remember resorting to his books whenever I needed a pick me up, and since then, he s become one of those authors that I buy even if he isn t really a favorite Perhaps this is an addiction So when I saw Bob Ong s latest book in Fully Booked, Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan Translation Mama Susan s Friends , I didn t think twice in getting it I wasn t even sure what it was about I just knew it was Bob Ong, and whatever it is, I would probably like it Even if I did not, it s still local fiction, so I figure it s still a win, right Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan brings us back to the days of school journals Everyone must have had a teacher who made them do a journal for school a small notebook with a recollection of what happened for a certain period of time to be read and graded by a teacher I don t really know the purpose of why our teachers made us do this except maybe for my college Literature professor That wasn t a particularly hard assignment for me, anyway, as I ve always been journaling on my own it was all a matter of filtering what you write for school, you see.I didn t know what the book was about when I got it It wasn t until I got back to the office to read about the book when I finally saw the trailer The trailer is in Filipino, but you don t really need to understand it to figure out that this book is horror, especially when you get to the last part of the trailer That stopped me from reading the book immediately I was never a fan of horror, and I really go out of my way to avoid anything scary I m not a screamer, and I m usually calm in reading or watching or listening to scary stories but my imagination wrecks havoc in me after.So when I decided to read the book, I told myself I need to finish it in broad daylight And so I did In Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan, we meet Galo, who first started writing on a journal for an assignment and ended up keeping it because he did not want to waste his notebook He chronicles his life in Manila where he lives with his relatives who never made living with them easy for him He gets fed up with them and leaves to go back to the province to stay with his grandmother who raised him before he left for Manila Things changed drastically from what he remembers in the province Instead of finding the town to be just less noisier than Manila but still with improvements from his last visit, he finds that the town went backwards and were rejecting technology His grandmother s house grows increasingly creepier with the presence of different statues of saints and the weekly gatherings of her grandmother s friends in her house As weirder things start to happen, Galo tries to escape, but finds that there may be powers stronger than he is that are keeping him from doing so.Talk about creepy I read this in one bright and sunny afternoon but I couldn t shake off the creeps especially in the last pages I think one thing that made it really scary is the fact that it is a journal, and it s a first person account It reminds me a bit of The Blair Witch Project which I liked and really freaked me out, too I liked how Bob Ong s words flowed naturally and Galo s voice rang clear all through out I found that it wasn t much different from the voices of his other characters from his previous books but there s this distinct Bob Ong feel to it that is familiar There s also the fun references to some of the things I grew up with as a kid.While I enjoyed reading it because of Bob Ong, I can t say I liked it because like I said, I don t like horror The story is interesting and the last pages are truly creepy, but as a whole, it s not my book My rating isn t really based on how much the book lacked but reallyof a genre preference If you re a horror fan, you ll probably enjoy this, but if you re a big chicken like meskip For your peace of mind, skip it.To further prove my point after I finished reading this book, I woke up in the middle of the night from my sleep needing to go to the rest room I almost decided not to go because it would mean standing up and going there alone, and who knows what I will find when I open my bedroom door I keep on remembering the face in the trailer and freaked out at the thought of seeing that in the dark corners of our apartment I got up eventually because I couldn t hold it in any longer But I left all doors and lights open, and ran back to the bedroom right after doing my business, all the while my mind remembering the last words of the book in absolute clarity.Hmph Big chicken, I am I spent a good portion of my time laughing real hard after I finished the latest addition to Bob Ong s viral books, Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan Again, Bob Ong never fails to amuse his her I m not aware of the author s real gender, nobody knows, I think readers by his amazing prowess in choosing and stringing the right set of words from the often complicated bowl of Filipino Vocabulary.I laughed real hard cause I was scared when I was on the last page I was paralyzed when I read that weird I spent a good portion of my time laughing real hard after I finished the latest addition to Bob Ong s viral books, Ang Mga Kaibigan Ni Mama Susan Again, Bob Ong never fails to amuse his her I m not aware of the author s real gender, nobody knows, I think readers by his amazing prowess in choosing and stringing the right set of words from the often complicated bowl of Filipino Vocabulary.I laughed real hard cause I was scared when I was on the last page I was paralyzed when I read that weird chant God.Below par with ABNKKBSNPL Ako, but it s definitely a satisfying read, a perfect tool to kill the time Dear Diary Readers,This book is epic Actually only the ending was really epic The whole book is like a replicate of a diary which was supposed to be the owner s school journal, since his old one got lost Anyways, the first few entries in the diary were mostly plotless, but midway, the book gets exciting The story begins to be scary only several entries before the final one for me at least , but the ending was absolutely mind blowing.P.S Huwag mong bibigkasin ang hindi naiintindihan. Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong is a journal of a 16 year old guy named Gilberto P Manansala also known as Galo An engineering student who just broke up with his girlfriend Just like a typical student, house, school and mall are the settings for his daily life Through this diary he narrated his experience for the past few months Because it s a requirement to Ms Lao, his professor in college, Galo wrote his own journal and became his hobby He lived in Manila for the sake of study Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan by Bob Ong is a journal of a 16 year old guy named Gilberto P Manansala also known as Galo An engineering student who just broke up with his girlfriend Just like a typical student, house, school and mall are the settings for his daily life Through this diary he narrated his experience for the past few months Because it s a requirement to Ms Lao, his professor in college, Galo wrote his own journal and became his hobby He lived in Manila for the sake of studying in a good school, with his Aunt Auring and Uncle Dindo, together with his cousins Julius, Ariel and Jeng By living with them, he witnessed how spoiled and tamper are his cousins, and how stubborn and formidable are his aunt and uncle He felt that he is not part of the family because of their approach to him His day starts and ends with their dog named Clinton.After he survived the first semester, Aunt Auring mentioned to him that her grandmother was too weak because of her age So he settled and went at Tarmanes to visit her.It was Tuesday when he arrived at the bus station Because of many circumstances, he traveled longer than he expected.It s already four o clock in the dawn when Galo arrived at Tarmanes after he traveled many miles He was shocked after he saw several changes in his grandmother s features, she became thinner, her curly hairs became whiter,wrinkles, and she walked slower The image of a morbid and weak lady who showed the signs of aging His grandmother welcomed her grandson to her huge house it had been four years since he last saw him Not only his grandmother but also the huge mansion changed a lot He saw many statues like Nazareno in a room, together with Latin prayers written on papers he realized that his grandmother was so religious that she offered rice cakes to them Galo wondered who ate those rice cakes Galo explored the place and felt the serenity and beauty of Tarmanes The garden changed in a different way that he saw it before.Every night he experienced weird stuffs that he can t explain The murmur, whisper and noise in the dark One day he promised to himself to finish all the mysteries and questions in his mind He secretly spied at the offered rice cake Then he saw a hungry ten year old lad and a five year old girl who just ate it They introduced themselves as Nico and Jezel They re the son and daughter of Tinay, a servant in the house that died years ago Nico and Jezel are so thin and small for their ages, their skins are pale, and they look hungry and na ve Surprisingly, he discovered that Jezel has a third eye, she saw people that they didn t saw Through them, Galo was entertained enough to ease the boredom 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 They prayed the rosary in their own way, they recited prayers in Latin, they lifted his grandmother and sway her while praying and crying, they called her mama The weirdness bothered his conscious mind, shocked by their organization named Kataas taasang Iglecia Santissima ng Kapatirang Banal ng Sansansinukob Her grandmother introduced him to the people near them One night, his grandmother talked to him She frankly told the true story, she said that his biological mother died long ago when she went to Iraq, she was forced to jail because of a case, and died by having her sentence Galo s irresponsible father was married to another woman, brought his son to her and treated him as her true grandson His foster grandmother told him to regularly call her Mama Susan rather than grandmother.Galo serendipitously saw a secret room The place that made his spine tingled A room with a table full of rotten rice cakes circled by twelve female statues wearing violet baro He was shocked also to saw a bouquet of flowers for the dead with the full name of Mama Susan.Galo was enough forweird experience He lately knew that Tarmanes was abandoned by the government they didn t pay taxes and lost their benefits And also by the Catholic Church, they performed anti Christian values and devoted to false god known as Apo So the Church left them and locked the gates Then Galo planned to go back to Manila, because everything got worst and those gruesome revelations and experiences Before dawn, he packed his clothes But Niko and Jezel really want to go with him, feared of what might happen next So Galo left the house with them even if it s raining hard, but unfortunately they can t go without the boat because it s too dark to travel, so they returned to Mama Susan s house On their way back home, they met Aling Delia, one of the helper who was concerned with Mama Susan s current condition Aling Delia checked the condition of Mama Susan, they discovered that she was already dead Delia brought Nico to the nearest hospital because he got high fever Before they left, she told Galo to take care of Mama Susan because she supposed to wake up later Galo ignored her and focused on how he can leave the place with them It s already dark when Mama Susan woke up and asked Galo for her artificial eye Aling Delia s prediction was right, she was alive Shocked by the incident he silently prayed the Lord s Prayer, but she told him that his God will not save him Galo s instinct made him run together with Jezel Their fears conquered their body when Jezel told him that she saw an old man who followed them Mama Susan s friends came, in that place where they can t find help and hope Galo begged to pray for his soul to whom may read his journal The last page of his diary was ended with Latin words that he didn t write, mysterious words that was written by no one and came from nowhere I was skimming through the bookshelves at National Bookstore when I saw this book upfront near the cashier When I saw Bob Ong s name, I just immediately grabbed a copy and went straight to pay for it So when I started out reading the book, I had no idea what it was about Also, I ve already stopped trying to figure out what Bob Ong s books were really about not until I ve read it up to the last page.I didn t compare it with his other books because, let s face it, he s one of the most unpredict I was skimming through the bookshelves at National Bookstore when I saw this book upfront near the cashier When I saw Bob Ong s name, I just immediately grabbed a copy and went straight to pay for it So when I started out reading the book, I had no idea what it was about Also, I ve already stopped trying to figure out what Bob Ong s books were really about not until I ve read it up to the last page.I didn t compare it with his other books because, let s face it, he s one of the most unpredictable writers in our country One book cannot be compared with the other since they are all stand alone But then again, that s how it is for now I can t say if he might think of creating a sequel Will he Anyway, as I was reading the first few parts, I was confused actually up until finishing it I m still confused There are a lot of things left unanswered, like who s the girl Galo is talking about, what happened to Niko What exactly had Galo been hiding etcetera, etcetera But I can see the point in some of that, the book was written in a first person view Galo s journal could be compared to anyone else s in real life We don t tell write down everything that happens in our lives, especially the ones we want to forget or the ones we regret Halfway through the book, it started to creep me out I don t know if it s because of the book or because I get easily scared I ll probably go with the latter A few pages left I was beginning to close and open the book I was debating between stopping to take a breath or the urge of finding out what would happen next this instant I shut the book hard when Bob suddenly scared the reader of being the spirit s next choice to possess Although it scared me a bit, I don t think it was written simply intending to scare the reader On my opinion, it was written to open the eyes of those who have lost their faith or have forgotten the power of God s love, or have taken Him for granted As scary as Mama Susan can be, her words are strong They were open and true They reflect how our lives evolve through the passing generations involving technology, personality, choices, and spirituality If you want to understand what I mean, then read the book It s affordable and worth reading Forof my reviews, please visit my blog The Blair Book Project www.theblairbookproject.blogspot.com NO Please Do not let me relive those goosebumps I ve had on that ship bound for Mindoro as I was reading this book Perhaps the smell of crude oil made me dizzier than I though the book had NO The book was crazy All the while you were laughing your butt off at characters who displayed the typical way stories crop up Families fighting College Province trips Yes Typical, I say Too typical to be even accused of a bad twist Perhaps it was just the wind that was spine tingling NO The boo NO Please Do not let me relive those goosebumps I ve had on that ship bound for Mindoro as I was reading this book Perhaps the smell of crude oil made me dizzier than I though the book had NO The book was crazy All the while you were laughing your butt off at characters who displayed the typical way stories crop up Families fighting College Province trips Yes Typical, I say Too typical to be even accused of a bad twist Perhaps it was just the wind that was spine tingling NO The book was creepy I could have never imagined myself going to a place where eyes drop off practically anywhere Ooooooooooooooh There went my chills again It s been a year since I ve last laid my eyes on that book and the thoughts of it still bring the horror at the very front of my eyes Perhaps I was just overacting NO The ending was slick It had style It was drop dead gorgeous It was a non cookie cutter ending that would have you trembling it had me trembling kasi eh LOL and shaking and all the other verbs that would describe a person subjected to fear Perhaps I was just seasick at the time NO.Nah Just read it You be the judge Although maraming napangitan, I applaud the author for his courage to take on such risk on sugar coating what was supposed to be a horror plot solely I always like Bob Ong when he goes for the seldom liked creative I mean, he was panned by critics from this site but dare I protect him YES The story is those donuts that sell because there s always that yummy filling inside but all the air stuffed bread gets in the way That s good because it s climactic The transition was slick and you can do a fantastic.gif file if you took a shot of your face as you flip through the pages because different pages would paint different emotions on you And the ending, yeah It was a bit cliffhanger, but way to end it, Bob Ong It was sinister but equally playful.Just enough scare Just enough gore Just enough comic Great piece.I tell you, Bob Ong is genius I give the book five stars for the genius that Bob Ong is


About the Author: Bob Ong

Bob Ong, or Roberto Ong, is the pseudonym of a Filipino contemporary author known for using conversational Filipino to create humorous and reflective depictions of life as a Filipino.One reviewer notes translated from the vernacularFilipinos really patronize Bob Ong s works because, while most of his books may have an element of comedy in them, this is presented in a manner that replicates Filipino culture and traditions This is likely the reason why his first book and those that followed it, can be considered true Pinoy classics The six books he has published thus far have surpassed a quarter of a million copies from wikipedia.org


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