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Voyage to Bathala and Other Stories collects four stories from Eliza Victoria, a prolific and commended writer who skillfully weaves genre fiction. This collection serves as a sampler of her prowess in writing horror, fantasy, and science fiction, featuring characters who find themselves looking for what isn’t there, looking for answers, and looking for an escape.
Kindle Edition, 51 pages
Published July 29th 2015
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Kristel Villar
Another collection of four beautiful short stories: from paranormal, to speculative and sci-fi. What I love about Eliza's stories is that it is so easy to read, so it is quick for me to get into the world of her stories. My favorite among the four short stories is "Maybe Another Song At Dusk", which is about dwende and family. It broke my heart. I'll never get tired of reading her works.
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Probably not Eliza Victoria's strongest collection, although it began strongly enough. Still worth the price and defo recommended for fans and anyone interested in spec lit (especially ones with solid Filipino elements).

'The Missing': Harold experiences inexplicable melancholy, realises that he's not really living his life, and decides to join his friends on a trip around SE Asia in an effort to try his hand at 'living'. I thought this was a ghost story, because it began with Harold catching him
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Eliza Victoria is the author of several books including the Philippine National Book Award-winning Dwellers (2014), the novel Wounded Little Gods (2016), the graphic novel After Lambana (2016, a collaboration with Mervin Malonzo), and the science fiction novel-in-stories, Nightfall (2018). Her fiction and poetry have appeared in several online and print publications, most recently in LONTAR: The J ...more

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