After seeing “The Maze Runner”, I became “The Flood Treader”.

Honestly, Mario, what’s with you?

It’s not that I’m being observant on purpose; it’s just that most of the time, I can’t help but notice.

Somewhere in the Caribbean, former agent Phinnaeus Powers was enjoying his piña colada under the scorching summer sun when a startling phone call from his hideous boss prompted him to cut his trip short, get out of retirement and report back to work for one last case. “The king was stolen.” his boss had said. Powers accepted reluctantly, and his job was to return to his childhood town immediately to find and retrieve the stolen king by Christmas Eve or his life, even as a plain citizen, will never be the same again.

- A sample teaser of the second book I’m planning to write.

People are like morning rain sometimes; you wake up to realize that things have gone cold.

What better way to start the ‘ber’ months than spending it on a wicked read as this one, written by no less than my favorite (children’s) author next to Ms. Rowling and Pseudonymous Bosch. 

Lovely. :)

What better way to start the ‘ber’ months than spending it on a wicked read as this one, written by no less than my favorite (children’s) author next to Ms. Rowling and Pseudonymous Bosch.

Lovely. :)