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Mass Murders (Trese, #3) Mass Murders Trese, 3 Ebook Author Budjette Tan Eiyo.us 12 Midnight At Metro Manila.Try To Remain Calm If You Suddenly Spot A Tikbalang Speeding Down EDSA Or A Manananggal Swooping Across The Makati Skyline While Partying At The Fort, Never Ever Let The Enkanto At The Bar Buy You A Drink.Yet, There Are Deadlier Things Than Walk The Streets Of This City.One Of Them Now Demands Blood And Sacrifice.When Crime Takes A Turn For A Weird, The Police Call Trese.

About the Author: Budjette Tan

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10 thoughts on “Mass Murders (Trese, #3)

  1. says:

    So far, this is the best book in the series Instead of a collection of short stories, Mass Murders is a novel composed of 5 cases that tell the life story of this series main protagonist, Alexander Alex Trese and her sidekicks, Kambal the half human, half aswangs similar to half human, half god or a demigod Percy Jackson So, shall we call Alex as a demi aswang, fe

  2. says:

    Mass Murders is the third book featuring the adventures of Alexandra Trese, the supernatural protector of her city, one mundane and another that lives within its dark places The third book is different from the first two volumes While those two were a collection of short stories, this is a true graphic novel The five inter connected stories in this book can be taken indiv

  3. says:

    Originally posted here This volume is not like the previous Trese graphic novels While the foundation of the plots of Murder on Balete Drive and Unreported Murders were based on entirely different cases, the cases presented in Mass Murders were all connected to one another, revealing the intricate web of the Trese clan and Alexandra s heritage In my past reviews of Trese, I have

  4. says:

    Why Alexandra Trese I was convinced by a high school friend to read this series because of their flagship project in this book.Alexandra Trese started way way back as a concept from a radio station featuring Anton Trese and his etudes from the underworld From this man we owe the birth of the idea that there isto solve than human committed crimes, and how justice is served one way or the

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here To say that I was expecting a good read from my continued foray into the supernatural world of Alexandra Trese her ghoul fighting righthand Twins is an understatement In fact, it was an awesome read Expecting another series of paranormal vignettes stitched together with creative storyline by Budjette Tan sharp depict

  6. says:

    Full post at One More PageWhen I finished the second Trese book Unreported Murders , I was very, very glad to have the third book on hand, because despite my being successfully creeped out, I still wantedThe thinness of the second book guaranteed a thirst forTrese, and I think the creators satiated that thirst with the third volume.Instead of the usual unconnected paranormal crimes, the third book regal

  7. says:

    Finally A back story Now I knowabout Trese s loyal sidekicks and how she got them I think I would ve loved this if the scenes involving the family were stretched outbut it s alright I ll take what I can get Also, awww at the twins loyalty Those 2 are just adorable.

  8. says:

    Mass Murders is so far my favorite in the Trese series The backstory is excellent Looking forward to finishing the rest D

  9. says:

    Probably the best among the series I have yet to read the other volumes though.

  10. says:

    Not my thing really Mythology, demonic possession, ethereal realms In the book s defense, very likely my experience was worsened by having not read the previous two volumes The stories don t continue from the earlier books afaik , but I suspect that I missed out on important world building that would have reduced my confusion The dialog was often contrived, sometimes on the nose, sometimes awkward was this translated from Filipino or

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