Published by: Tara Frejas
Contributors: Tara Frejas, Rix Forto, Joshua Elisha Carta
Release Date: February 21, 2015
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Urban Fantasy
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When Gianna wakes up on a cloud, she is disoriented yet fascinated. She thinks she's only dreaming until she gets a storm of paper planes—"They're thoughts of people who remember," a man on another cloud tells her—each pleading for her not to leave.
The man tells her these planes are the key to get out of there, and while she thinks it's hard to believe, she decides everything is worth trying if it meant finding her way back home.
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“This was such a good read! And not just because there are CLOUDS on the cover but it blew me away, flying me to a world where only a few other Filipino novels have ever taken me before.”
KB Meniado, Bookbed Head Cheer Reader
“As I flipped through each page, I grew more fascinated by the depth of Frejas’ imagination, from the creation of this world between worlds, to the rules of the game, to the twists and turns of the intertwining stories.”
Jay E. Tria, author of Blossom Among Flowers and Songs of Our Breakup
“Tara imbues her stories with the kind of whimsy few writers are brave enough to embrace. In a world where you get the impression that whimsy is “uncool”, it takes courage to let this sort of voice out. It also takes talent for a writer to be able to use this voice while tackling some heavy themes. This writer has that in spades.”
Elea Andrea Almazora, author of Shakeups
“Tara Frejas’ debut had love in almost all of its forms – romance, family, and friendship, and this is what makes this book the kind I think people will read regardless of the genre they usually try.”
Ana Tejano, author of Fall Like Rain and Keep the Faith
“Paper Planes Back Home is the book that I’ve been waiting for from a Filipino author. It makes me proud and inspired.”
Paula M., Her Book Thoughts
"The author did an amazing job at capturing the things we love most in our imagination and solidifying it onto paper. As a lover of fantasy and romance, this somehow brought the two together and made a gorgeous hybrid of pain, loss, hope and friendship that went beyond the horizon of possibilities."
C. Erani Kole, Servant's Heart
Paper Planes Back Home is part of the #romanceclass catalogue. Please support Filipino authors by buying their work and encouraging other to do the same! <3