The book cover looks like the usual Tagalog love story pocketbooks mainly because of its small size; the illustration of the couple kissing and pink as its background color but it is a satirical novel about Filipino Media. The book was particularly taken in the modern period. It was an original book of Bob Ong published last It was meant for people to know the political and social issues that were not taken in a serious manner.
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The book cover looks like the usual Tagalog love story pocketbooks mainly because of its small size; the illustration of the couple kissing and pink as its background color but it is a satirical novel about Filipino Media. The book was particularly taken in the modern period. It was an original book of Bob Ong published last It was meant for people to know the political and social issues that were not taken in a serious manner. It was intended for the group of people specifically Millennials who were blinded and influenced by the social changes.
It was interpretative writing portraying what was really happening in the current society. Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin gave a full-length picture of the characters and the message it wants to convey by using the first person and screenplay format.
It made us, the readers have a grasp of what was really happening in the scenes and feel like we are moviegoers watching the movie feeling the intense emotions, comical and sarcastic remarks made by the characters. It served as a bridge to get to know the author, his sentiments and his slap of reality opinions better. The Characters in the stories depict the way of living of a common and high-class Filipinos.
Their personalities represent almost all type of Filipino. The book is divided into three movies so sit back; relax as you are going to watch the movie of your life Part 1: Bala sa Bala, Kamao sa kamao, Satsat sa Satsat The first story took place in common places seen on action movies; street full of gamblers, the common scenery of almost action movies, the abandoned warehouse.
It was an action movie that portrays the misfortunes of the protagonist, Diego. Diego is an action star that wants vengeance to unknown bad guys who killed everyone who attended their wedding day. The movie revolves around the usual flow of Filipino action movies where the policemen come last, the protagonist alone wins against a number of armed bad guys and the customary celebration at the beach.
Part 3: Asawa ni Marie A drama that follows the usual flow of Filipino drama and teleserye that revolves around the rags to riches life of Marie, the unending fight between Marie and Senorita Avila and the all guy characters likes Marie and only Marie like there is no other girl in this world. It goes beyond the usual Bob Ong books, which were typically written in a storytelling format that added to its charm and uniqueness as book.
Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin greatly exposes the uncurable disease of local movies, tv reality shows, social media, and films. It made us witness the slow decline of the substance of these forms of media and the transition from being substantial to moneymaking purposes only. The book criticizes not only the media industry but also us, the people who know what they want and what kind of movies they deserve but silently sits in the corner and shuts their mouth. Bob Ong slaps us with the reality that something wrong is happening and we are exposed to it but we are not doing anything against it and instead, we keep on patronizing it.
It does not only confront us with the truth but also suggests a solution to the problem. Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin encourages its readers and the youth to read books.
It awakes us from a deep slumber and makes us know the unknown. The author wants the people to stop discriminating the books of other people for books are books and there is unity in diversity.
Beautiful in a way that it appeals to our aesthetics and at the same time, uncovers the dirt explicitly hidden in our movies. Not reading Lumayo Ka nga Sa Akin is not just missing the chance to confront the darkness in Filipino movies but also losing the opportunity to make Filipino movies and lives great again. Buncad, a 3rd year medschool student by day and night and a writer when the time is right. She hates Math but loves pugs and hugs. Smelling books and eating French fries are two of her pleasures in life.
Young Adult genre book shelves are the first thing she looks for in a bookstore. Currently in a relationship with Harrison Medical Books.
Ricardo Nico C. He is currently working in a private company as an Accountant Manager. Despite all of his loaded works, he finds time to travel with his friends and family and he wants to visit different places of every corner of the world.
He also passed the entrance exam of University of the Philippines School of Law and expecting to continue his studies next year.
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His works are all blockbusters here in the Philippines. From one book to next, he explores different genres and I think he is doing this to achieve his objective: to make more Filipinos read books. In his first book, I was able to relate to his school boy experiences maybe because we came from the same strata in society. I got hooked from To my foreigner friends: This is the 9th book of my most-read author: Bob Ong. I got hooked from then on.
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The book is divided into three "short films", each one pokes fun to a particular genre. Bala Sa Bala, Kamao Sa Kamao, Satsat Sa Satsat[ edit ] The first film in the trilogy centers around Diego, an action star who wants to take revenge against a group of bad guys, also known as "Bandidos" bandits , after they killed his parents, his wife, Ashley, and everyone who attended their wedding, just a few moments right after they get married at the beginning of the film. As the story unfolds, Diego, being an action star, gets into misadventures and finds himself in trouble-after-trouble. The plot generally follows themes from classic Filipino action movies, as well as comedy films from early s to s. Shake, Shaker, Shakest[ edit ] A middle-class family was forced to enter and stay in a white haunted house for several days after being stranded in an unfamiliar place.