A Hundred and One Reasons

A Hundred and One Reasons There are still many things Ann needed to know to explore and live the life she d always imagined But everything turned upside down when she learned that she is sick Not cough and colds sick No some

  • Title: A Hundred and One Reasons
  • Author: Bianca Salindong
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • There are still many things Ann needed to know, to explore and live the life she d always imagined But everything turned upside down when she learned that she is sick Not cough and colds sick No, something much complicated than that Ann decides that she d rather fight when she knows she had no chances of winning And then came a promise of a hundred and one reasons, frThere are still many things Ann needed to know, to explore and live the life she d always imagined But everything turned upside down when she learned that she is sick Not cough and colds sick No, something much complicated than that Ann decides that she d rather fight when she knows she had no chances of winning And then came a promise of a hundred and one reasons, from someone she never thought cared for her, and gave her the strength she needed to live This is a story that goes beyond the boundaries of faith, family, hope and love it may bring you to tears or give you the reasons to live than just to exist.

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  • Date bought: November 10, 2012, 5PM. Where? National Bookstore, Starmall AlabangReview to comeNovember 23, 2012For the first time in the history, I'm reading an English novel written by a Filipina (someone I knew for a very-short time but I assure you she's very good at both language - English and Filipino), and I have noticed that there are some typographical errors in the book. Such as, spacing, and even spelling. I became a Grammar-Nazi this time because of the typo errors. Nonetheless, I sti [...]


  • Raw and piercing, the story takes us into a nosedive right into the seemingly normal life of Ann Llanza, a 17-year-old girl with a kick-ass attitude. If you thought you knew pain, if you thought you knew suffering, this book is going to change your view of the world.


  • The typo Nazi in me held me back from giving full appreciation for this read. The story line, although cliche and all, is able to catch attraction. However, there had been some "technical problems," of which became hindrances to see the real beauty beneath the story. There had been a huge lot of typographical errors throughout the book, almost cover-to-cover, if I may say so. Aside from that, the transition of the scenes was too fast; it's a drama/inspirational novel with the pacing of a suspens [...]


  • a hundred and one reasonsing is, there were no "hundred and one reasons". so really, i'm not sure why the book went ahead with that title. maybe "these, my reasons" would've been more suitable, but i guess "a hundred and one reasons" does have its appeal from a purely marketing perspectiveree things made me buy "a hundred and one reasons": the synopsis at the back of the book (i'm a sucker for "sick girl/guy + normal guy/girl" romances, mostly in film); the fact that when i stumbled upon "a hund [...]


  • A friend recommended this book to me because it made her cry a lot. Well I gave it a shot because I wanted a good cry as well for it is rare that a book can pull my heartstrings. It is saddening to say that I am disappointed.So here are a few reasons; (yeah bullets! for the lazy writer)1. The prose was horrid. Paragraphs would go on and on about a character's sleep inducing reflection about not so important things. It fact it felt like as if the entire book was a collection of eulogies from a fu [...]


  • Read other book reviews at Book Junkie Joint.A cliché that was meant to touch hearts, but missed the bull’s eye by at least a good few centimeters.Last night, as I was cruising along National Book Store to pick up a few school supplies, I found myself wandering towards the locally published books section. I wanted to try reading a locally published book to review it.I browsed and contemplated over a few titles. I decided I have to buy just one book - a book that wasn’t too expensive as I wa [...]


  • The reading experience that I had with this book has been a major pain in the ass. I hate unfinished books so I just kept on reading until I could eventually finish this whole thing. Plus I'm curious on who's gonna die. I was waiting for a plot twist or something eventful to happen to take me out of my misery but, meh.It has an okay plot but has been so badly executed/written. Not to mention a lot of typos and grammatical errors. It's like after the author have finished with her whole story, she [...]


  • Oh hey look at that, I can rate a none or zero! (just found out lol)-Words are not enough to describe how disappointed I am with this. I expected this to be really good. As the saying, do not judge a book by it's cover, I judged it by the title. If there is a rating of zero, that would be my rating for this.Anyway, it's cliché, predictable, I did not like how some parts are just randomly added, I hate the characters' names, did not like the overflowing drama because it's very annoying, how the [...]


  • I finished reading this last year. At first glance, I thought it just like other ordinary lovestory book published BUT theres something in this book that i loved about though it made me cry for a couple of nights! I can't help it. This is really a heartbreaking story :(




  • 3 Things I Hate About This Book:1. the raging typo/errors2. it made me cry not once, but thrice!3. it made me realize that i can't easily handle stories with tragic endingI love the whole story except for some red herrings. I would have given it five stars if not for the errors (did it undergo the editor? even not, the author should have at least saw the errors before sending it to the publisher right?). I love most of the characters especially James (I really wish I have a kuya like him) and St [...]


  • At 1st I thought it's just some kind of ordinary/boring love story. But somehow there is something different in the story. It's kind of unique.I thought she will make it. That she will overcome her cancer. It's so sad that after everything that she have been through, she still didn't make it.Though, what I loved the most is the relationship of ANN & JAMES.I really shed a tear when James wanted to be with her in the emergency room. When he's screaming for Ann's name. And then she died. :'(


  • Shooting Star Story“When a star falls down from the sky, it means that an angel will fetch a soul here on Earth and that soul will then become an angel and as a sign that she once existed on Earth, bright new star will emerge from the skies.” – a reason why I loved kids’ thinking about everything.The story was written in a very simple and light to understand but leads to a new deep perspective in life. If you don’t like to cry in every reasons of this story to tell and very strict abou [...]


  • I would consider AHAOR as the first Wattpad/Pinoy pop whatever book that came out (bought it during the 2012 MIBF, when Wattpad isn't the 'in' thing yet), that's why it has a special place in my shelf.AHAOR is, to me, a good example of a medical tragedy in local lit. Certainly it helps that the writer is in the medical profession and she knows what knows is talking about. But the execution is so-so in my opinion, as I'm torn with the idea of using a bitchy girl character as lead instead of the u [...]


  • Ann Llanza is a 17 year old girl. Everybody knows her name because of her bitchy attitude. She live a life normally with her family. She is rebel and mean. She is irritated to her mother and She always pissing-off his brother but there's some kind of tragic came and change her life then 101 reasons came to her life to the unexpected person. It gives her hope and strength to live her life to the fullest with no deadlines and limits. She is a fighter. Fighting for something She knows She has no ch [...]


  • where should I suppose to start? typo and grammatical errors? yes, there are but I don't mind I can still read and understand it anyway. ;)This book just made me smile, laugh, and cry.d oh, yeahi fell in love, too. :) Stan was the sweetest guy I've ever encountered in all books I've read so far. He's a Filipino so that made him my favorite. ;) To STAN: Please be realr me. :P LOL! To the author: i hate you for making me shed so much tears for this book (haha!) but i love you so much for writing a [...]


  • Warning: spoilers aheadI loved it. It wasn't the typical cancer story that was published for the sake of squeezing those tears of yours. The story is more than that. It made me cry, laugh and realize that hey, there's really more to life than just merely existing.





  • Review also posted on Galactic Book ReviewsNegative review up ahead.Please note that I read this book last September and wrote half of the review after I finished the book and wrote the remaining half this May.Ann Llanza is a 17 year old girl who lives with her parents and older brother. Everyone knows her name because of her bitchy attitude. She is pissed with her brother and mother and then something tragic happened to Ann. A hundred and one reasons came from an unexpected person. Those reason [...]


  • First and foremost, I read this book because a very close friend of mine recommended it. So finally, after seeing this book sitting in my shelf for less than a year now, I took the courage to read it. And it was half-frustrating and half-exciting.I'm not a fan of local popfiction (as they call it now) and I'm not even sure if this book is one. I'm literally tired of the COMMONLY USED storyline where girl gets sick and falls in love at the same time. And I had too high expectations on that kind o [...]


  • I promised myself that I'd never read a story with a tragic ending because I hate it when I cry just like in the wattpad story She's dating the gangster. now that made me cry for like more than 2 hrs and made my eyes all puffy -.- a first for me in my 14 years of life. But this! This is an exception. My best friend recommended this to me. said it was a great a book and asked me to read it. I did and bought my own copy together with it's sequel, fourteen sundays which is by the way a great read t [...]


  • I bought this book for three reasons:1. It's written by a Filipina author.2. The title and plot intrigued me.3. The red umbrella in the cover looks like one of my favorite band's album covers, Mayday Parade.Right?Why does it always have to be leukaemia? I liked this book but when I got to the middle part it bored me. And every time I start to read it I get so frustrated for not being able to read it properly. It just made me hate it so I stopped reading this for now. I'll continue reading it aft [...]


  • Honestly, despite of the amateur profile of the writer, I've really love the book because of the deepness of her as a person (her light and soul. I love those kinds of writer.). it may be a cliche but it will really bring encouragement to whoever will read this. The only wrong with the story is the typographical errors and it's lack of imagery but it doesn't really matter, as long as you've expressed the real purpose why you write (that's what literature is for right? One thing I love about the [...]


  • “Sacrifice is a part of life. It’s supposed to be. It’s not something to regret. It’s something to aspire.”This book changed my point of view about life. It contains a handful of good quotes and very inspiring story. This book taught me the idea of death and after life. I learned that there’s a reason behind every person we meet in our life. I don’t believe in afterlife but if it’s true, I am curious about who will be the five people I will meet in heaven. I recommend this book t [...]



  • The best online-story-turned-into-book I have ever read. Inspiring. Heart-breaking. Plus, Ms. Bianca Salindong is one of Psicom's writers that I can really call a writer. Psicom just needs to improve on publishing, editing, and proofreading. It has been years since they are in the industry but nothing has changed. If for the next years to come Psicom will still be the same, Ms. Salindong will be a wasted talent.


  • This will be the second book na halos iniyakan ko ng todo,(buti na lang hindi nahalata ng mga ka-opismate ko) kalungkot lang nangyari kay Ann can't believe she would die just like that kahit ramdam mong lumalaban yung tao sa sakit nyang leukemia. Sometimes we have to accept the fact kung oras mo na, that will be it.


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