My Brother, My Executioner by F. Sionil Jose

My Brother, My Executioner by Francisco Sionil Jose

7.5 / 10

The titles says it all. I am touched by how F. Sionil Jose described the Philippines being battered by its colonizers over the past centuries and just receiving its independence for more than a 100 years.

Nothing has changed. Just my realization.

It seems that the country only has been sprinkled of little water of independence, before letting it devoured again by the burning fire of corruption and lies. But this time not from the foreign invaders, but of our very own countrymen.

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