What's In Your Heart

  • Title: What's In Your Heart
  • Author: Ines Bautista-Yao Clare Felise Magno
  • ISBN: 9789719902348
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s In Your Heart Nineteen year old Natividad named after her deceased grandaunt a fact she thoroughly resents is nit going to win an award for Best in Goal Setting any time soon She doesn t even know what her real go
    Nineteen year old Natividad named after her deceased grandaunt, a fact she thoroughly resents is nit going to win an award for Best in Goal Setting any time soon She doesn t even know what her real goals are, aside fro simultaneously pining for and getting over smart, hot, talented, charming Gabe, whose glassy perfection both dazzles and depresses her Then the universe dNineteen year old Natividad named after her deceased grandaunt, a fact she thoroughly resents is nit going to win an award for Best in Goal Setting any time soon She doesn t even know what her real goals are, aside fro simultaneously pining for and getting over smart, hot, talented, charming Gabe, whose glassy perfection both dazzles and depresses her Then the universe deals her a wake up call in three sure steps 1 She starts an internship at a preschool, where the kids are chaotic but cute 2 She finds an intriguing, potentially life changing stash of letters addressed to her grandmother from her namesake grandaunt and3 She falls into a weird friendship with Luis, the boy with an infectious smile who seems determined to rescue her from Gabe and from herself.Will this wake up call finally push her life forward or is Natividad, much like her old fashioned name, doomed to forever live in the past

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    About Ines Bautista-Yao Clare Felise Magno


    1. Reading and writing are close to Ines Bautista Yao s heart ever since she was a child She graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in AB Communication Arts She has been a teacher at the Assumption College San Lorenzo and the Ateneo de Manila University s English department.Her debut novel One Crazy Summer was first penned in 2007 when she was pregnant with her first daughter Addie Being a mother has taken much of Ines time so she was only able to write 13 pages of her novel She completed her story in April 2011, while three year old Addie was sleeping and inspiration struck her again Two months later her story was complete After eight months, her dream of publishing her own book came true The book was only launched last January 26, 2012, but Ines is already writing her second novel.Most readers can remember Ines as the former editor in chief of K Zone Magazine and Candy Magazine At present, Ines is working as an editor of Summit Books She is also married to photographer Marc Yao, whom she says she consults whenever she s stuck in the middle of a story she s writing.Sources One Crazy Summer Author Ines Bautista Yao on Juggling Writing and Motherhood by Belle YambaoSpotlight on Filipino Authors Ines Bautista Yao


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    1. The first thing that caught my attention was the cover of this book. Second thing was the author. And the third one was the story, itself. Natividad and I have a lot in common. I'm not going to "win an award for Best in Goal Setting any time soon" either.But reading this book gave me something more than what I bargained for. I feel for Nat's journey. It almost feels like your blindly doing things for the sake of doing them, or because that what is expected of you. Not knowing what you want to do [...]

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    2. This book is about passion, love and just about all the things you want to happen in your life. I am in love with it. It has that deep roots that makes you anchored to each and every bit of the story. It's about finding what you really want in your life and fighting for it until the very end. Somehow, this book inspired me that my La Salle pursuit is the right thing to do. Because, as long as you have this courage and inspiration, you can get what you really want <3

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    3. There comes a phase that we don't know what we really want in our life. We experienced like what Natividad did. Natividad is young, smart and head over heels in love with the charming Gabe, but she needs to have a 'real' goal in life to be able to surpass her college internship. Reading What's In Your Heart while I'm into a life changing decision is just too perfect. I felt Natividad questioning herself is she doing the right thing. Most of the times, we when feel helpless, God sends someone who [...]

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    4. This portrays common coming-of-age issues, such as falling in love and figuring out what to do, but what sets this apart for me is how fleshed out the characters are. Owing to the length of the narrative, I got to know most, if not all, of them, and was able to put my self in their shoes at moments in time. Also appreciated how family history played a huge role in bringing this story to a heart-warming close. Just a note: (view spoiler)[the characters sounded younger than what they're supposed t [...]

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    5. I wanted to Nat to have more likeable qualities from the start, but I guess all teens go through that phase sometime. Heart heart for MC's redeeming quality <3 Bonus points for the innocent kilig moments. Ines is my go-to source for clean, sweet romance <3

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    6. THIS REVIEW IS FULL OF BLAHS XD Read at your own risk, you were warned ;)The reason why I bought this book was partly because It'll help me keep my sanity while I am in the process of a long enrollment, and partly because the author of this, was the one who wrote One Crazy Summer, and I freakinly adored that book.Okay so, at first, I couldn't exactly put all my focus on this book,(and maybe that contributed as to why I wasn't very much impressed with the plot) because, AGAIN, I brought this book [...]

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    7. Reading the first chapter was a bit confusing especially on dialogues of Nat and Gabe. One Crazy Summer is the first book of this author and it was better than this book.Okay. What I like about Nat, we have this same interest in a guy. Smart guy. I giggled when she mentioned a nerdy guy and cute but others won't see it as hers--that's how I looked at nerdy guy too! I shouldn't be ashamed of being attracted to a guy wearing spectacles.On Nat's love story, I really don't get it or I just can't rel [...]

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    8. Nat taught me a lot of things. She is kinda my role model now. I mean srsly. This book just gave me all the Zen Mode i could probably have. For school. For my family. For my friends. And for my heart.Okay. I just love Natividad so much because we have a lot of things in common. Like 1) we were both named after our grandmothers. Well is not actually my only name but 'Maria' has been there forever. And i hate it a lot. Like really alot. But at the end of the day, its my name, still. 2) we were bot [...]

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    9. Like Nat figuring out the mess of her mediocre life (as she calls it), it took me more time than usual to root for her too. Maybe because I did see very clearly what kind of a mess her life and her self esteem really were. But soon enough I realized she was getting to me precisely because of that: I care for this girl and I want her to win over her demons. I was cheering on her to the point of shouting to the pages. "Do better! NO, not that boy. The other one!" And ugh, that boy. He really was s [...]

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    10. Yayyyy~I just finished reading this book, and I am smiling quite ridiculously. I am swimming in a sea of kilig. :""""">Let me tell you first about the author. I knew Ines, back when she was just Ines Bautista. I was a kid, and I knew her from K-zone magazines. Hah. I am a Summit Media kid. Total Girl, K-Zone, Candy, Cosmo, yep, even WITCH and Monster Allergy. And, of course, I love Summit Books, ever since I read Vince's Life (way back in highschool).I loved the story. Though I kinda hated Na [...]

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    11. I found Nat incredibly frustrating in the first few chapters of the book, and this made me unable to put the book down. We all have that friend whom we just want to hit over the head for being in love / in like with the wrong people, and I saw that particular friend in Nat's character. I was rooting for her and I found her journey funny yet touching. I loved how realistic the story was - even if everyone told you to get over a certain person, you just wouldn't be able to do that in a jiffy. I al [...]

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    12. What's In Your Heart is really a good recommendation to read especially for girls. It's not the same as the stories I've read in other books. It doesn't evolve in stories about two lovers on how they connected and disconnected from each other, though having love problems is really part of main character's life. It's the story of a girl, her growth and personal development. It's about a girl who becomes inspired when she discovers something that's part of their family's history. It's woman empowe [...]

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    13. nakita ko 'to noon sa NBS habang nagiikot-ikot lang ako at pagkakita ko pa lang sa title at cover ginusto ko na agad bilhin. (thumbs up sa nakaisip ng cover design, haha!) Isa 'to sa mga favorite ko dahil sa tingin ko nakakarelate ako sa main character, as in! lalo yung part tungkol sa di niya alam gagawin sa future niya, kung ano talaga ang gusto niya. Yung mga twist and turns sa book yung isa ding dahilan bakit lalo kong nagustuhan 'to. Page turner talaga, mapapaisip ka sa susunod na magyayari [...]

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    14. Loved the book. Loved the story.I mean, what kind of girl wouldn't relate to the story of Natividad "Nat" who likes a guy and would do anything to like her back. Who wouldn't be as heartbroken as her if some guy, like Gabe, would break your heart? I enjoyed the book and even though it has been with me for a while now and had undergone being unread for the past few months, I'm still glad I picked it up and started reading it.

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    15. I loved how Nat finally gets that wake up call from her namesake two generations ago, and starts getting her life in order--including letting go of that yucky boy from her past, and all the expectations and lies that went along with that relationship. This is YA through and through, and I loved the MC's transformation, and how family ties played a big part in it. This also made me miss my grandmas. <3

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    16. What's In Your Heart is a good read. You could actually feel how the main character (Nathalie) felt about everything. Ms. Ines wrote each character's depth magnificently. I give 5/5 rating for this simply because its the real deal. Ver inspirational and light to read. In my opinion this is her best work published (yet)

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    17. Book #41 for 2013: Borrowed this book from BFF Rafa for my A-Z Challenge. Light. A fast read and feel good book. Favorite line: I craved the feeling of knowing that someone was always there for you, prioritizing you--or if he couldn't, he'd make it up to you because you were supposed to be the most important thing in his life.

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    18. wahhh i can totally relate what nat has gone through with her love life :) i cannot put this book down and i finished it the same day i bought it, thats how hooked i am :)

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    19. I hated Natividad at first because she's drooling over someone who isn't into her. But then I loved her when she's spending time with Luis. It was a very good read. :)

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    20. Light romance with heavy slef finding ingredients. Easily digested food for the mind :)

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    21. 3.8starsUnexpectedly, this book grew on me. I enjoyed it. I loved the character development of Nat I loved the ending. :)

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