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Ghost of a Feeling by Celestine Trinidad
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it was amazing
bookshelves: to-read

I have to admit, I was immediately piqued upon reading the book blurb. You have a protagonist who’s all but given up on life and a deuteragonist who’s all but given up on love, brought together by an old horror story in an incredible way like no other - what could get better than that? I knew once I signed up for an advanced reader’s copy that I was in for quite the ride. (I’d actually peeked and read a few chapters in the middle of duty, and I definitely wasn’t disappointed. I couldn’t wait to read the rest.)

I’d previously done a live-tweet thread as I first read GOAF in full last November 1st. It’s mostly just me screeching incoherently and forgetting to tweet, but I did make a few observations of my own on some aspects apart from the main story itself. For sure, I have definitely enjoyed reading Ghost of a Feeling, and though I may have added more (unnecessary) layers to it than I should have, I daresay it is part of the fun of reading. It is that good.

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Reading Progress

October 18, 2017 – Shelved
October 18, 2017 – Shelved as: to-read

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