12 Steps to Quitting AJ

Steps to Quitting AJ Grace and AJ are like Christmas lights off and on again and again But their last breakup was devastating It was enough to make Grace want to run him over in her pale pink Beetle She even composed

  • Title: 12 Steps to Quitting AJ
  • Author: Faye Ilogon
  • ISBN: 9719348232
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grace and AJ are like Christmas lights off and on, again and again But their last breakup was devastating It was enough to make Grace want to run him over in her pale pink Beetle She even composed 12 steps to quitting him, which wasn t easy because he admittedly was her first love the boy she lost her heart to when she was still collecting Hello Kitty stationeries theGrace and AJ are like Christmas lights off and on, again and again But their last breakup was devastating It was enough to make Grace want to run him over in her pale pink Beetle She even composed 12 steps to quitting him, which wasn t easy because he admittedly was her first love the boy she lost her heart to when she was still collecting Hello Kitty stationeries the boy she never stopped loving since But something happens that changes Grace s life forever Now it s time for her to reevaluate everything she has going for her and make a decision Is this the end of Grace s life as she knows it Or is she finally going to have the happy ending she so desperately needs

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    1. The story seemed simple at first, and I half-expected it to be another story about a girl who can’t let go of the guy, who’d meet a new guy and she’d realize that she had the best guy all along. It wasn’t that — there wasn’t even another guy. There was a gay friend, another girl, and a whole lot of personal issues with Grace, and even a bit with AJ. It was a bit hard to really get into the story immediately, because the story wasn’t written in a chronological order. The story tends [...]

    2. I bought “12 steps to quitting AJ” yesterday from Fully Booked. It was slashed half-price, obviously as a way to get rid of the back catalogue. As the book was a slim, I decidedly finished it for a day, after getting wasted with some of my male friends.Ilogon’s language is clever and sharp but the story delves much into popular culture (and familiarity of it) and mostly back histories. That I believe was one of the weaknesses in the tale. If you write and put mostly analogies to pop cultur [...]

    3. Well I've read this book since 11 months ago, oh I've forgot but anyway I like this book, it's a good story anyway :D

    4. Its more of a typical teen love story, mostly couples would relate to this book. After reading this, i have finally became open to local literature. i praise the author, Faye Ilogon for the charm, wit, informative contexts, and the "kiligness" as i read the whole story (i've read this already twice), from the timeline love story of the main characters, Top 3 Break Up Songs, Car Tiff Tips, cute Cebuano words, informative Betty-Veronica type of Girls, Time Flies Syndrome, humorous Pinay Flirtation [...]

    5. Am I going to be a candidate as the most cold-hearted person if I tell you guys that I didn't laugh when I was reading this? Well, keep your answers to yourselves because somehow it made me laugh. Or maybe smile?This is Faye Ilogon's first story--of all of her books (if there is any aside from it) that she's ever written--which I was able to read. 12 Steps to Quitting AJ's main character, Grace, totally have a lot of issues and I'm pretty sure that in some part of the book, she admitted it herse [...]

    6. I bought this yesterday at National Bookstore, being sold half its original prized I'm in one of those moments when I buy books (and other stuff) impulsively and regret it after, you know?So. I'm being kinda generous as of the moment, so I'll rate it with a 2.5 stars because there are parts in the story that made me laugh, and I have to admit that I can really count with my two hands the pinoy chick-lit books that I have read, so, even the story line is sort of clichéd, I have appreciated how i [...]

    7. Storywise, a typical fell-in-love-with-my-childhood-friend thing. With the addition of witty lists and charming characters however, the author created a charming story of a love-hate relationship which will make you wonder if the book title would be an accurate gauge in predicting the ending, or that the 12-step list will eventually be trashed and pave a way to a happy ending. As for the author, she clearly has a know how of words - even a relationship with a thesaurus is possible for her. Witty [...]

    8. When I first saw this book from an issue of Cosmopolitan Philippines, I loved the cover and the title made me curious to read the book.Fay Ilogon's writing was good and showed fine detail, enough for me to clearly picture out the situations that occured in the book but the story was somehow too simple. It was a good read but it didn't particularly land on my top favorites.For more of my reviews, please visit my blog: The Blair Book Project @ theblairbookproject

    9. Well, I found out about this book when It was recommended on one of the back issues of FHM, so I got curious about the book then luckily my sister owns this book so I get it from her room. After reading the whole book I was bit disappointed because the whole story didn't justify the title it was just, flashbacks and histories, so in my opinion the title of the book should be different but anyway it was good after all.

    10. This book somehow made me laugh. Especially the Jack and Jill scene. LOL. I think the message of this book is to share to us that not all the times the guys are the ones who commit mistakes in a relationship. That sometimes it’s the girls. Also, the author wants us to know that every love story is not a fairy tale and there’s no easy way to make a relationship better. Love is about making a step at a time and that we should be aware about the consequences of every step that we make.

    11. The novel narrates the love story of AJ and Grace, from their childhood days in UP Teacher's Village all the way to the present day where most of the events of this story take place. The story is also rich on flashbacks which gave readers the idea on everything revolving between AJ and Grace. A really good novel for someone who is a first-timer in the arena of novel writing.

    12. i like Aj's letter to Grace (at the last pages of the book) where he declares that nobody can love grace like he does,and there's also a part there where he said "I imagine you old,fat and toothless and i still find myself smiling and getting dirty thoughts". it actually moved me, i feel like if ever someone would write me a letter i want it as good as Aj's letter.

    13. Thinking about it, I still don't know why I gave this book a 4 star when after maybe a year, I already can't remember the name of the female protagonist. The only think stuck on my mind right now is Tagaytay, Pink MMDA fences, Mcdo Katipunan, University of San Carlos and the phrase "Love is like a bubblegum."I should really read it again.

    14. A chick lit for Pinays that is light, funny and touching in the right places. It tells us that the men we love are not perfect but despite their shortcomings, despite misunderstandings, despite the skeletons in our closet and the ghosts in our past they are the ones we want to spend the rest of our lives with.

    15. Okay, I give this title 4stars just for the moments I've laughed myself stupid at a cafe while reading it. I really enjoyed the crazy anecdotes of the main character. And I loved that there were no wicked characters at all, just a bunch of cool, if not funny, people.

    16. Well I didn't like it. The title is intriguing and also the cover. I started reading but I barely even finish it because 1) I don't like how it is written2) So not my book type3) I don't understand (like really)I started all over again but in the end I cannot finish it.

    17. I like three things about this book. One, the author's name is Faye, and my name is Fay (I'm just a little biased, haha!). Two, I like the tips there, especially the "text tricks." And three, this book proved that when two people are meant to be together, love will always find a way.

    18. i thoroughly enjoyed it which surprised me. why? well, i didn't imagine that i would be laughing throughout the story. it was entertaining without being cheesy, much.

    19. I expected this to be stereotypical, predictable, etc but it was surprisingly refreshing. I also liked how the author chose to write the story in magazine form.

    20. I gave it 5 star because i relate at the story And i think I'm kinda Gracehahahaha War Freak!! Especially to my boyfriend :))

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