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Icon of the Indecisive

Icon of the Indecisive College student Hannah Maquiling also temporarily working as the Goddess of Love has had enough of everyone asking for her help when it comes to relationships It s her turn to find romance She deser

  • Title: Icon of the Indecisive
  • Author: Mina V. Esguerra
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • College student Hannah Maquiling, also temporarily working as the Goddess of Love, has had enough of everyone asking for her help when it comes to relationships It s her turn to find romance She deserves it, after serving as matchmaker and confidant to everyone else in Ford River College for the past year She s had a crush on handsome senior and God of the Sun Quin foCollege student Hannah Maquiling, also temporarily working as the Goddess of Love, has had enough of everyone asking for her help when it comes to relationships It s her turn to find romance She deserves it, after serving as matchmaker and confidant to everyone else in Ford River College for the past year She s had a crush on handsome senior and God of the Sun Quin forever, but he s destined to fall in love with an extraordinary mortal woman, so she s figured her chances with him have pretty much dropped to zero.It s not like she doesn t have any options for a classic college romance though There s Diego, God of the Sea and Quin s best friend enemy And regular guy Robbie is stepping up, making sure she knows how he feels about her How hard can it be for a goddess to find someone to love, and be loved in return

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    1. This book just landed Mina V. Esguerra in the 10th place of my Most Read Authors list here on :1. Severino Reyes, 21 books (Filipino)2. Rene O. Villanueva, 14 books, (Filipino)3. F. Sionil Jose, 11 books (Filipino)4. Manix Abrera, 10 books (Filipino)5. Haruki Murakami, 10 books (Japanese)6. Ambeth R. Ocampo, 10 books (Filipino)7. Arthur Conan Doyle, 10 books (British)8. C. S. Lewis, 9 books (British)9. Bob Ong, 9 books (Filipino)10. Mina V. Esguerra, 9 books (Filipino - Female)11. Virgilio S. Al [...]

    2. Original post from One More PageSo at the end Queen of the Clueless by Mina V. Esguerra, I was pretty much sad for Hannah, and I was wondering what will happen next. I won't explain why I was sad, but if you've read a lot of trilogies like I do, second books usually end on a sad/cliffhanger note, so it was kind of expected. I was very, very glad to hear that Mina planned to release Hannah's third and last book, Icon of the Indecisive, early, because I need to know what will happen next!Slight sp [...]

    3. I don't recommend Icon of the Indecisive.Pffft. What a BS ending. I apologize Mina V. Esguerra. I love most of your books, but this finale, how it turned out? Just plain BS to me.I was cheated. The twist on "soulmates" and "forever" was f*cking patronizing. Hannah was nothing but an opportunistic witch (b*tch?). After telling Guy #1 that she wants to pursue a relationship with Guy #2 at the moment, she asks Guy #1 to confirm if he loves her?!!! Really? Really?!! A major WTF moment, I tell you.I [...]

    4. Holy shit, this was so good. At first, Icon of the Indecisive just made me really, really happy because of the characters and their interactions, but the way Esguerra tied the entire series together was so incredibly smart and impressive. She answers all the questions and resolves any plot points that were still left open in the previous books. Regardless of how the ship situations panned out (a resolution I loved in and of itself, I had some excellent OTP moments. The ending is definitely an en [...]

    5. Originally posted here.Icon of the Indecisive by Mina V. Esguerra is the third book in the Interim Goddess of Love trilogy. The first two books in the series are Interim Goddess of Love and Queen of the Clueless. Do you need to read the books in order? Yes, unless you want to get really confused. They're all tied together, with Hannah as the main character, tasked with helping college students with their love problems. Mina compared the series to a TV show, with the first two books as different [...]

    6. Come check out my stop on the Interim Goddess of Love blog tour and enter the giveaway to win copies of the trilogy!OH MY GODS, YOU GUYS. Where do I even begin? It's funny how at first I didn't really expect to rate any of the books higher than three (hey, I gotta be honest here) but with every book in the trilogy I was left wanting more. I guess that's just the magic that is Mina Esguerra's writing.(I've tried writing this paragraph's intro so many times but I just have so much feels for this b [...]

    7. Four stars for the entire IGoL series! Quick thoughts on Icon:- TBH I was very meh about Robbie in book 1 and 2, but after "This is a LOVE LETTER" I did an about-face and immediately rooted for him. Too cute.(view spoiler)[- OK is it just me but Diya = Delirium, no? Both youngest of the pantheon ("pantheon" for Sandman), both causing trouble, both sort of abandoning their realms?- On the 'controversial' resolution: Hannah's choice makes sense to me. But I was a bit confused about the dreams/flas [...]

    8. I finished reading Interim Goddess of Love in one sitting down. Esguerra is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. I love that her books are quick, light and even if that's the case, there's always an imparting message to readers. It's like reading Filipino fables when I was younger, there are lessons you can glean. I felt like I was home. It's comforting to read something that you can wholly relate to. I love the mesh of Tagalog mythology, the familiar humor and tradition of Filipino families. Of [...]

    9. I absolutely love this series, the characters, the mythology, the plot are all really interesting and these books are fun, light reads. My only problem - they need to be longer! Give me some cute moments with Quin and Hannah please.

    10. 3.5 stars. Originally posted on My Book Musings. Review copy provided by tour organizer.I thought all along that Vida was the main antagonist in the story. Well, partly, mostly in the third book, yes. But there is someone more secretive and has been involved in this whole complicated mess from the start whom I haven't been expecting. Or at least, I was expecting her as someone else, and not the "Original Goddess" of love. After all, it has been repeated several times that she's in hiding, yet Qu [...]

    11. 4.5 starsReview posted at Amaterasu ReadsBefore this review is written, let it be known that I have read the entire series several times in one go.It gets much better each time I finish reading.Also, I pledge allegiance to the Sun God, Quin Apolinario.So while I'm grasping for clues and more clues straight from the mouth of the Gods and Goddesses in this book, Icon of the Indecisive still had some surprises in store for avid followers and ardent readers like me. It's time to choose for our Inter [...]

    12. Check out my review of Interim Goddess of Love HERE and Queen of the Clueless HERE.“He would take my hand. Remind me about his love letter. And depending on my response, kiss me or hurl himself into the pool.” I swear I laughed so loud over that statement. Just imagining that going through someone’s head seems really cute and funny. I’ve always found Mina’s books to have its fair share of wittiness, and Icon of the Indecisive is no exception. I have to tell you though that I have mixed [...]

    13. Originally posted here.It’s been a while since I read the first book in the Interim Goddess YA novella series, Interim Goddess of Love. When the second book was released sometime last year, I didn’t read it right away (although I did get myself a print copy) because (1) I had other books lined up in the meantime, and (2) I remembered how it took me some time to warm up to Hannah, the Interim Goddess of Love herself. But then the third and final installment was released into the wild last mon [...]

    14. For more of my reviews, visit Books For YA!After the intense cliffhanger in book 2, Hannah is back and she will have to face a difficult challenge that will test her commitment and passion as the Interim Goddess of Love. In the end, she will have to take a leap of faith (literally!) and make a decision that will completely change her life.Hannah, used to sense the feelings of those who summoned her as Goddess of Love but ever since Vida Castillo, a.k.a. Goddess of the Moon and mortal enemy no.#1 [...]

    15. Sheer genius! I love the ending. But first, let me tell you about the entire series.Hannah is an ordinary but not quite ordinary teenager at a private college when she is drafted by Quin the sun god to sub for the Goddess of Love. Hannah immediately has a crush on Quin. Who wouldn't? When he's the sun god and paints with lights and shadows?In the first two books, Hannah fixes things up for the students in Ford River College, but in book three, her own love life heats up. There's Robbie, a normal [...]

    16. There's something about endings that leave me highly dissatisfied. Take for example the Interim Goddess of Love series. I love this series very much that when I finished reading all three books, it left me wanting for more. Not to say that it was a bad ending, it wasn’t. I guess I just want to read more. I want to read more about Quin’s and Hannah’s love story. It won’t be in the Interim Goddess of Love series anymore, of course, since Hannah is indeed already a goddess. Maybe Mina can w [...]

    17. Interim Goddess of Love trilogy will still be my most favorite out of all the books I read by Mina. However, this volume gave me the most complicated feeling. I'm happy and disappointed at the same time. Just like how Hannah felt that she have everything and nothing at all.This volume was quite an adventure.It's unbelievable how cool I was with Quin not caring how it will end for him in the whole story, then care so much in the last two chapters. I felt sorry for him because he made his decision [...]

    18. What a cute ending to this series! I am so glad I read it and I think I might gift a copy to Dani so she can squeal over Quin and I can pat her shoulder and say "I know". Full of mythology, great characters, and romance galore, I loved every second of this last book. I do wish Vida had been featured a tiny bit more and I thought some things were explained away a little too easily at the end, but overall I'm really satisfied with how this played out. I think it is really interesting to see how pe [...]

    19. Book 3 kicked off on Valentine's Day - what could be more fitting for a book about the Goddess of Love?Honestly, these books just got better and better with each story, this one being my favourite of the three. I finally came to the realisation these books are more contemporary based and light on the mythology, but I appreciate the story for what it is. Short, sweet and a delight to read. Perfect for when you want something light, but not sappy. Delightful fun.Hannah was such a great character t [...]

    20. I read the first two last year and I am so going to buy the paperback of the last installment, heheh.AndI was so, so, so ready to let go of Quin and cheer for Robbie instead. But the last two chapters were game-changing. Forever Team Quin here Although I hope it wouldn't take forever him to finally reunite with his One True Love. And I wish Diego would learn to forgive too huhu. My heart aches for him the most. I hope he finds his true love too (parinig101 for Diego's own story huehue)What I lov [...]

    21. I thought that the ending was very thought-provoking, and it actually reminded me of the first flashback of Highlander, the first movie, where Connor MacLeod is introduced with a woman named Heather in 1541. Connor is an immortal, and so in the movie we find him not ageing at all while his wife becomes old and wrinkled. If you situate the Quin-Hannah-Robbie triangle in this scenario, one can appreciate better how the author wants to portray Hannah’s humanity. Viewed this way, I laud Esguerra [...]

    22. Sometimes, in life, you have to really, really decide.That's the lesson that Hannah Maquiling learns after becoming Interim Goddess of Love. When she finally realizes that it's not just a game and that people's feelings may be hurt, she learns that she has to decide once and for all if this life is for her.This is the perfect ending to the trilogy--one that'll make you go "awww, I want more!". And I really do want more. More detailed review to be posted on my blog the moon lost a faeriesoon for [...]

    23. After much anticipation and searching endlessly for an epub copy, my friend and I finally got hold of this via Smashwords.I lost an hour of my Friday night, consuming the whole thing and now I'm quite indecisive (pardon the pun, I couldn't resist it) as to how to rate it. My feelings for this book is going back and forth between steady versus disappointed. I've always liked Mina Esguerra's novels though, and I can't bear to dislike one of hers, especially IGoL's finale. So I'll just go and revis [...]

    24. I already read this last year, but I had to re-read it (fast) after reading the Gifted Little Creatures short story. This is the third installment of the Interim Goddess of Love trilogy where college student Hannah Maquiling faces a tough decision that will affect her fate. Will she continue her task as the interim goddess of love? Will she pine forever for the guy she loves? Will she take the risk of finding another love? Those will be answered in this book. The ending is bittersweet, and I lov [...]

    25. I really loved this bOOK SO MUCH. I'm still in shock over the ending, it was fantastic but sort of open. I would not mind if we got two or three more books just to see more of this gang of characters. They're complex, interesting, and so absolutely amazing. Another amazing thing about this book series is that it takes place in the Philippines, in a college just outside of Manila. The mythology with the sun god, the goddess of the moon, the god of the sea and the goddess of love are all based on [...]

    26. “Could something be too much and too little at the same time? I felt like I had everything and nothing that moment.”Excerpt From: Mina V. Esguerra. “Icon of the Indecisive.” After much anticipation, my friend and I finally got out copies. I'm not yet sure how to rate it, i don't dislike it or anything but there was something I was looking for? I'm not really sure. I think I'm still overwhelmed and confused. How can i dislike Mina's books, she writes books that I could lose myself to. So [...]

    27. An epic sweeping end to a fantastical tale of contemporary romance. Mina V. Esguerra deftly ties all loose ends, answers burning questions, and reveal the intricate rules behind a world of college kids and Philippine myths. She gives her headstrong heroine, Hannah with what could only be described as a uniquely satisfying sendoff (Team Quin!), leaving us readers happy and fulfilled. Lesson learned perhaps best said by our resident Sun God / college heartthrob -- Life is short.Best to spend it re [...]

    28. what an interesting approach to romancenormally with my ships i'm kind of into them from both sides, like the author gives me enough to understand and wrote for both characters getting to be togetherbut with our 'endgame' ship i'm entirely into it as a development for hannah(view spoiler)[because what is quin thinking? who knows man, he's inscrutable to the endanyways i'm glad hannah's taking the time to be with robbie first bc if you're gonna volunteer to get with a god who still refuses to sha [...]

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