Sumpa (Chapter 1)

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  • Paperback
  • 40 pages
  • Sumpa (Chapter 1)
  • Paolo Herras
  • English
  • 06 July 2017

About the Author: Paolo Herras

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Sumpa (Chapter 1) book, this is one of the most wanted Paolo Herras author readers around the world.


Sumpa (Chapter 1) Promises, When Broken, Turn Into Curses To Break A Curse, You Must First Fulfill Its Promise SUMPA Means Curse And Promise In Filipino Reluctant Hero Sumpa And Pre Colonial God Aliw Must Break Curses That Come Their Way But The Bigger The Curse, The Harder To Break Can They Break The Ultimate Curse That Plagues The Native Land Available In Fully Booked Stores, Filbar S, Comic Odyssey And Lazada.com.ph

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10 thoughts on “Sumpa (Chapter 1)

  1. K.D. Absolutely says:

    What I really liked about this book is its use of Philippine mythology It is the story of Sumpa a cursed man who can release or neutralize curses made to people because they have broken their promises If Japan has Hiro Nakamura Heroes television series to save the world, the Philippines has Sumpa to save the country from curses because of their broken promises to god Sumpa has the rice God like Bulol , Aliw as an assistant so Sumpa must bepowerful and I can t wait to seewhat he What I really liked about this book is its use of Philippine mythology It is the story of Sumpa a cursed man who can release or neutralize curses made to people because they have broken their promises If Japan has Hiro Nakamura Heroes television series to save the world, the Philippines has Sumpa to save the country from curses because of their broken promises to god Sumpa has the rice God like Bulol , Aliw as an assistant so Sumpa must bepowerful and I can t wait to seewhat he could do aside from being strong to fight the man with the fish heads and the tikbalang man with the head of a horse Compared to Bu...

  2. Michelle Bacabac says:

    Another good take on Philippine mythology and is about sumpa curses My favorite part is the man with fish heads I m not so sure if I like the art style Good cover art

  3. Jaycee Bond says:

    Whoa

  4. Bethina says:

    Thanks for signing my copy Paolo