My October 2014 Books

These are the books I’ve read for the month of October. I’m surprised I actually read this many when I’m suppose to be “controlling” myself hahaha.

1. Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock – Matthew Quick (
2. Trinity Blood: Rage Against the Moons – From the Empire – Sunao Yoshida ( Continue reading

Mitch Albom’s Time Keeper


Man alone measures time. Man alone chimes the hour. And, because of this, man alone suffers a paralyzing fear that no other creature endures. A fear of time running out.

Time Keeper is a fictitious book by Mitch Albom. Since it’s by him, it’s bound to have a spiritual feel to it and it does only it doesn’t hold me as much as his non-fiction books do. Then again, a descently written true story still holds me more than a book of fiction does no matter how good fiction is written.

The book is written in a unique way where a sentence, or part of it is highlighted in bold and the rest of the paragraph or sentence is not. I’m not quite sure what the reason is for doing so and what was ¬†Mitch Albom’s criteria for choosing which to highlight. For dramatic effect maybe? If that’s the case, it didn’t have that effect on me. It only got me confused somewhat. If it worked for you, please do enlighten me. Continue reading