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Hey, this is the personal tumblr of the shameful Pinoy punster Peyj Turner (alias of Paolo, he/him/his pronouns). There will be art, fandoms of various sorts, cosplay, social justice and essentially fun stuff that I like and support! Why not look at my work or my writing? var ref = (''+document.referrer+''); var w_h = window.screen.width + " x " + window.screen.height; document.write(''); Watch live video from PeyjTurner on www.twitch.tv .gr_custom_container_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads widget container here*/ border: 1px solid gray; border-radius:10px; padding: 10px 5px 10px 5px; background-color: #FFFFFF; color: #000000; width: 270px } .gr_custom_header_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads header here*/ border-bottom: 1px solid gray; width: 100%; margin-bottom: 5px; text-align: center; font-size: 150% } .gr_custom_each_container_1423390464 { /* customize each individual book container here */ width: 100%; clear: both; margin-bottom: 10px; overflow: auto; padding-bottom: 4px; border-bottom: 1px solid #aaa; } .gr_custom_book_container_1423390464 { /* customize your book covers here */ overflow: hidden; height: 160px; text-align: center; width: 100%; } .gr_custom_author_1423390464 { /* customize your author names here */ font-size: 10px; } .gr_custom_tags_1423390464 { /* customize your tags here */ font-size: 10px; color: gray; } .gr_custom_rating_1423390464 { /* customize your rating stars here */ float: right; } Paolo’s Bookshelf The Sculptor by Scott McCloud People should have warned me against reading this book in one sitting. In the spirit of ‘Asterios Polyp’, 'Blankets’, and 'A Contract with God’, Scott McCloud weaves a tale about a man who has two hundred days to create something to leav… Monster, Vol. 3 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa This is roughly in the series where Urasawa makes it clear that, while his story will remain relatively chronological, it will not always have the famous Dr. Tenma in the spotlight. In fact, the way he portrays the stories in between the… A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge by Josh Neufeld It’s easy enough to write about tragedy. To make readers empathize and shed tears over something that has wrought so much havoc and death on American soil, with sob stories to cry over and courageous stories to remember one’s faith in hu… Mobile Suit Gundam: THE ORIGIN, Volume 8: Operation Odessa by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko Long story short, Yasuhiko creates a world where the tragedies of war are just as palpable as the glory of the battlefield. Notable in this volume is the Miharu and Kai arc, which is one of the best and most tragic story lines in the ser… Skim by Mariko Tamaki I don’t know why I resonated so much with this book, but I do. It probably helps that it was written by a pair of Asian women about a queer Asian protagonist that isn’t made up of racist or homophobic stereotypes, but that’s not the only… The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible by A.J. Jacobs I read this book going up to my brother’s home, about seven hours away, which was about the length of the audiobook (although it was mentioned that this was an abridged version of the book proper so there may be a few parts I’m missing)…. Blacksad: Amarillo by Juan Díaz Canales A Bride’s Story, Vol. 6 by Kaoru Mori Monster, Vol. 2 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa As per usual, Urasawa’s sense of dramatic tension and terrific writing makes this volume of 'Monster’ an absolute joy to reread. Johan, the cold-blooded killer in the first volume, is on the loose, and Dr. Tenma’s is simultaneously pursu… Vinland Saga, Omnibus 5 by Makoto Yukimura This is the fifth tome in Makoto Yukimura’s series 'Vinland Saga,’ and, unlike the volumes past, this one contains a lot less blood, and a lot more character development in the “rebirth” of two different characters: the main protagonist … Share book reviews and ratings with Paolo, and even join a book club on Goodreads.

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Hey, this is the personal tumblr of the shameful Pinoy punster Peyj Turner (alias of Paolo, he/him/his pronouns). There will be art, fandoms of various sorts, cosplay, social justice and essentially fun stuff that I like and support! Why not look at my work or my writing? var ref = (''+document.referrer+''); var w_h = window.screen.width + " x " + window.screen.height; document.write(''); Watch live video from PeyjTurner on www.twitch.tv .gr_custom_container_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads widget container here*/ border: 1px solid gray; border-radius:10px; padding: 10px 5px 10px 5px; background-color: #FFFFFF; color: #000000; width: 270px } .gr_custom_header_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads header here*/ border-bottom: 1px solid gray; width: 100%; margin-bottom: 5px; text-align: center; font-size: 150% } .gr_custom_each_container_1423390464 { /* customize each individual book container here */ width: 100%; clear: both; margin-bottom: 10px; overflow: auto; padding-bottom: 4px; border-bottom: 1px solid #aaa; } .gr_custom_book_container_1423390464 { /* customize your book covers here */ overflow: hidden; height: 160px; text-align: center; width: 100%; } .gr_custom_author_1423390464 { /* customize your author names here */ font-size: 10px; } .gr_custom_tags_1423390464 { /* customize your tags here */ font-size: 10px; color: gray; } .gr_custom_rating_1423390464 { /* customize your rating stars here */ float: right; } Paolo’s Bookshelf The Sculptor by Scott McCloud People should have warned me against reading this book in one sitting. In the spirit of ‘Asterios Polyp’, 'Blankets’, and 'A Contract with God’, Scott McCloud weaves a tale about a man who has two hundred days to create something to leav… Monster, Vol. 3 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa This is roughly in the series where Urasawa makes it clear that, while his story will remain relatively chronological, it will not always have the famous Dr. Tenma in the spotlight. In fact, the way he portrays the stories in between the… A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge by Josh Neufeld It’s easy enough to write about tragedy. To make readers empathize and shed tears over something that has wrought so much havoc and death on American soil, with sob stories to cry over and courageous stories to remember one’s faith in hu… Mobile Suit Gundam: THE ORIGIN, Volume 8: Operation Odessa by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko Long story short, Yasuhiko creates a world where the tragedies of war are just as palpable as the glory of the battlefield. Notable in this volume is the Miharu and Kai arc, which is one of the best and most tragic story lines in the ser… Skim by Mariko Tamaki I don’t know why I resonated so much with this book, but I do. It probably helps that it was written by a pair of Asian women about a queer Asian protagonist that isn’t made up of racist or homophobic stereotypes, but that’s not the only… The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible by A.J. Jacobs I read this book going up to my brother’s home, about seven hours away, which was about the length of the audiobook (although it was mentioned that this was an abridged version of the book proper so there may be a few parts I’m missing)…. Blacksad: Amarillo by Juan Díaz Canales A Bride’s Story, Vol. 6 by Kaoru Mori Monster, Vol. 2 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa As per usual, Urasawa’s sense of dramatic tension and terrific writing makes this volume of 'Monster’ an absolute joy to reread. Johan, the cold-blooded killer in the first volume, is on the loose, and Dr. Tenma’s is simultaneously pursu… Vinland Saga, Omnibus 5 by Makoto Yukimura This is the fifth tome in Makoto Yukimura’s series 'Vinland Saga,’ and, unlike the volumes past, this one contains a lot less blood, and a lot more character development in the “rebirth” of two different characters: the main protagonist … Share book reviews and ratings with Paolo, and even join a book club on Goodreads.

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Hey, this is the personal tumblr of the shameful Pinoy punster Peyj Turner (alias of Paolo, he/him/his pronouns). There will be art, fandoms of various sorts, cosplay, social justice and essentially fun stuff that I like and support! Why not look at my work or my writing? var ref = (''+document.referrer+''); var w_h = window.screen.width + " x " + window.screen.height; document.write(''); Watch live video from PeyjTurner on www.twitch.tv .gr_custom_container_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads widget container here*/ border: 1px solid gray; border-radius:10px; padding: 10px 5px 10px 5px; background-color: #FFFFFF; color: #000000; width: 270px } .gr_custom_header_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads header here*/ border-bottom: 1px solid gray; width: 100%; margin-bottom: 5px; text-align: center; font-size: 150% } .gr_custom_each_container_1423390464 { /* customize each individual book container here */ width: 100%; clear: both; margin-bottom: 10px; overflow: auto; padding-bottom: 4px; border-bottom: 1px solid #aaa; } .gr_custom_book_container_1423390464 { /* customize your book covers here */ overflow: hidden; height: 160px; text-align: center; width: 100%; } .gr_custom_author_1423390464 { /* customize your author names here */ font-size: 10px; } .gr_custom_tags_1423390464 { /* customize your tags here */ font-size: 10px; color: gray; } .gr_custom_rating_1423390464 { /* customize your rating stars here */ float: right; } Paolo’s Bookshelf The Sculptor by Scott McCloud People should have warned me against reading this book in one sitting. In the spirit of ‘Asterios Polyp’, 'Blankets’, and 'A Contract with God’, Scott McCloud weaves a tale about a man who has two hundred days to create something to leav… Monster, Vol. 3 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa This is roughly in the series where Urasawa makes it clear that, while his story will remain relatively chronological, it will not always have the famous Dr. Tenma in the spotlight. In fact, the way he portrays the stories in between the… A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge by Josh Neufeld It’s easy enough to write about tragedy. To make readers empathize and shed tears over something that has wrought so much havoc and death on American soil, with sob stories to cry over and courageous stories to remember one’s faith in hu… Mobile Suit Gundam: THE ORIGIN, Volume 8: Operation Odessa by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko Long story short, Yasuhiko creates a world where the tragedies of war are just as palpable as the glory of the battlefield. Notable in this volume is the Miharu and Kai arc, which is one of the best and most tragic story lines in the ser… Skim by Mariko Tamaki I don’t know why I resonated so much with this book, but I do. It probably helps that it was written by a pair of Asian women about a queer Asian protagonist that isn’t made up of racist or homophobic stereotypes, but that’s not the only… The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible by A.J. Jacobs I read this book going up to my brother’s home, about seven hours away, which was about the length of the audiobook (although it was mentioned that this was an abridged version of the book proper so there may be a few parts I’m missing)…. Blacksad: Amarillo by Juan Díaz Canales A Bride’s Story, Vol. 6 by Kaoru Mori Monster, Vol. 2 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa As per usual, Urasawa’s sense of dramatic tension and terrific writing makes this volume of 'Monster’ an absolute joy to reread. Johan, the cold-blooded killer in the first volume, is on the loose, and Dr. Tenma’s is simultaneously pursu… Vinland Saga, Omnibus 5 by Makoto Yukimura This is the fifth tome in Makoto Yukimura’s series 'Vinland Saga,’ and, unlike the volumes past, this one contains a lot less blood, and a lot more character development in the “rebirth” of two different characters: the main protagonist … Share book reviews and ratings with Paolo, and even join a book club on Goodreads.

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Hey, this is the personal tumblr of the shameful Pinoy punster Peyj Turner (alias of Paolo, he/him/his pronouns). There will be art, fandoms of various sorts, cosplay, social justice and essentially fun stuff that I like and support! Why not look at my work or my writing? var ref = (''+document.referrer+''); var w_h = window.screen.width + " x " + window.screen.height; document.write(''); Watch live video from PeyjTurner on www.twitch.tv .gr_custom_container_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads widget container here*/ border: 1px solid gray; border-radius:10px; padding: 10px 5px 10px 5px; background-color: #FFFFFF; color: #000000; width: 270px } .gr_custom_header_1423390464 { /* customize your Goodreads header here*/ border-bottom: 1px solid gray; width: 100%; margin-bottom: 5px; text-align: center; font-size: 150% } .gr_custom_each_container_1423390464 { /* customize each individual book container here */ width: 100%; clear: both; margin-bottom: 10px; overflow: auto; padding-bottom: 4px; border-bottom: 1px solid #aaa; } .gr_custom_book_container_1423390464 { /* customize your book covers here */ overflow: hidden; height: 160px; text-align: center; width: 100%; } .gr_custom_author_1423390464 { /* customize your author names here */ font-size: 10px; } .gr_custom_tags_1423390464 { /* customize your tags here */ font-size: 10px; color: gray; } .gr_custom_rating_1423390464 { /* customize your rating stars here */ float: right; } Paolo’s Bookshelf The Sculptor by Scott McCloud People should have warned me against reading this book in one sitting. In the spirit of ‘Asterios Polyp’, 'Blankets’, and 'A Contract with God’, Scott McCloud weaves a tale about a man who has two hundred days to create something to leav… Monster, Vol. 3 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa This is roughly in the series where Urasawa makes it clear that, while his story will remain relatively chronological, it will not always have the famous Dr. Tenma in the spotlight. In fact, the way he portrays the stories in between the… A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge by Josh Neufeld It’s easy enough to write about tragedy. To make readers empathize and shed tears over something that has wrought so much havoc and death on American soil, with sob stories to cry over and courageous stories to remember one’s faith in hu… Mobile Suit Gundam: THE ORIGIN, Volume 8: Operation Odessa by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko Long story short, Yasuhiko creates a world where the tragedies of war are just as palpable as the glory of the battlefield. Notable in this volume is the Miharu and Kai arc, which is one of the best and most tragic story lines in the ser… Skim by Mariko Tamaki I don’t know why I resonated so much with this book, but I do. It probably helps that it was written by a pair of Asian women about a queer Asian protagonist that isn’t made up of racist or homophobic stereotypes, but that’s not the only… The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible by A.J. Jacobs I read this book going up to my brother’s home, about seven hours away, which was about the length of the audiobook (although it was mentioned that this was an abridged version of the book proper so there may be a few parts I’m missing)…. Blacksad: Amarillo by Juan Díaz Canales A Bride’s Story, Vol. 6 by Kaoru Mori Monster, Vol. 2 (The Perfect Edition) by Naoki Urasawa As per usual, Urasawa’s sense of dramatic tension and terrific writing makes this volume of 'Monster’ an absolute joy to reread. Johan, the cold-blooded killer in the first volume, is on the loose, and Dr. Tenma’s is simultaneously pursu… Vinland Saga, Omnibus 5 by Makoto Yukimura This is the fifth tome in Makoto Yukimura’s series 'Vinland Saga,’ and, unlike the volumes past, this one contains a lot less blood, and a lot more character development in the “rebirth” of two different characters: the main protagonist … Share book reviews and ratings with Paolo, and even join a book club on Goodreads.

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