Hungry in Ipoh HUNGRY IN IPOH compiles short stories based on Ipoh a city famous for its delicacies These are tales about different people both locals and outsiders from the past and the present and their connec

  • Title: Hungry in Ipoh
  • Author: Hadi M. Nor Terence Toh Cassandra Khaw Ted Mahsun Atikah Abdul Wahid Marc de Faoite William Tham Wai Liang Eileen Lian
  • ISBN: 9670954053
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • HUNGRY IN IPOH compiles 15 short stories based on Ipoh a city famous for its delicacies These are tales about different people both locals and outsiders, from the past and the present and their connection to the city Every writer was free to explore the theme however they wanted, while still maintaining the grittiness, bravado, and spirit of pulp fiction that Fixi is inHUNGRY IN IPOH compiles 15 short stories based on Ipoh a city famous for its delicacies These are tales about different people both locals and outsiders, from the past and the present and their connection to the city Every writer was free to explore the theme however they wanted, while still maintaining the grittiness, bravado, and spirit of pulp fiction that Fixi is in famous for Above all else, this anthology celebrates the diversity of Ipoh You ll find love, humor, horror, nostalgia, melancholy, and so much Some are mouth watering, while others can be stomach churning.

    Nasi Lemak Ayam Kampung Ipoh Motormouth From Ipoh Not the most generous of portion, but this plate of Nasi Lemak Kukus freshly steamed rice with coconut milk with pieces of fried Ayam Kampung free range chicken got tongues wagging for years now This place, named Restoran Nasi Lemak Ayam Kampung on Jalan Ali Pitchay has been the talk of the town Ipoh town, of course for about years or so now. All About Ipoh s Dim Sum of the Best Motormouth Tale of Two Rendezvous Woh Heng Coffee Shop, Clare Street, Ipoh Siam Restaurant A Taste of Royal Thai Cuisine Responses to All About Ipoh s Dim Sum Restaurants of the Best Cafes to Visit in Ipoh Always Travelicious Lim Kopi Ipoh Old Town In clashing colors of red and white, Lim Kopi is a fashionable kopitiam that s hard to miss on Hugh Low Street The cafe has a fun name Lim Kopi , where the pronunciation of Lim refers to the surname of the owner, at the same time the written word of Lim refers to the action of drinking. The Wacky Duo Singapore Family Lifestyle and Travel Portal Kyoto Day Trip from Osaka Itinerary Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Fushimi Inari Shrine , Nishiki Market Welcome to Seoul Garden Malaysia Be Seoul fully Delighted at Seoul Garden HotPot If you re a Korean food foodie, you know that there s to Korean cuisine than just KIMCHI.Seoul Garden HotPot offers an array of authentic Korean dishes like Bibim Baps, HotPot and Jjiage Sets.With choices of delectable items that are not only easy on the pocket, they re also a sure way to fill your hungry tummies

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    One thought on “Hungry in Ipoh”

    1. 3.5. It is not as good as Chronicles of KK, which for me, still the best anthology by Fixi. Read Lost in Putrajaya before and only gave it a 3. Looking forward to read Love in Penang next.

    2. One word: WOW (caps lock intended for added emphasis). As with all storybooks, I opened Hungry in Ipoh hoping to fall in love, and I have fallen head over heels with this book. From the cover to the contents. Just. Wow.Hadi M Nor, editor of this book, opens the volume in a simple, unpretentious manner. I believe that he did this because he knew he didn’t need to oversell the book, that it would speak for itself.And so it did.For those of you who haven’t bought—and read—this book, I urge [...]

    3. Interesting compilation of short stories of Ipoh combined in one book. A mixture of bland standard stories and exciting and thrilling ones. It has potential but sadly is restricted by 'language and cultural barriers' (note: 3 pages in a language other than English) and certain horrendous editing errors, making the regular reader extremely alienated as it seems like the book only catered to specific groups of people.The author should have considered catering to a wider audience out of Malaysia.

    4. 1. Senang dibaca, kelakar, tema pun menarik. Paling penting, rasa macam Ipoh2. Ha? Apa ni? BI aku teruk ke IQ rendah? Dari awal sampai habis aku tak boleh hadam3. Prop bagus, plot tak. Macam malas nak fikir4. Alamak balik2 cinta5. Tak macam Ipoh langsung6. Terkelu lidah. Ini cerpen yang cantik. Best7. Relax, easy8. Berhentilah salahkan mak bapak for what a useless prick you are9. Boleh tahan, tapi takde feel Ipoh10. Mana hala tuju plot?11. Bagitau la kat mak awal2. Dah tau dia masak banyak2. Har [...]

    5. A great start with No Kick by Terence Toh, yucky but entertaining. The Ultimate Indulgence by Tina Isaacs was super creepy n scary. An Epi-curious Affair by Julya Oui was my favouriteKudos to all the writers! Job well done :)

    6. Okay, am I even allowed to review this book? I have no idea. Just know that I may be a tad biased. A tad. But honestly, I really did enjoy this book! I finished it in a day and there are a range of stories here, from the signature dark Fixi ones to some truly heartwarming shorts. The book starts with a banger with Terence Toh's "No Kick", which makes me balk just even thinking about it. Then, you have Angeline Woon's horrifying ending that actually made me cringe and go "WTF?", in a good way! Bu [...]

    7. Definitely some solid writing in here. This book even made me take a trip to Ipoh (worth it!). Stylistically, many of the writers in this anthology face the same issue: over revelation that damages the ability of the stories to linger with the reader. More than a few of the stories begin strong, show promising buildup, and then deflate because the authors don't leave enough ambiguity in the text. But there were stunning passages in every story.Writers in the anthology who particularly impressed: [...]

    8. Time for a review! I like it. I like this a lot; along with 'Love in Penang', this is one of my favourites! I liked pretty much all the stories in this collection, and it was nice to see a Fixi Novo collection where the noirish elements were toned down or subtle, but while still remaining gritty and full of bravado. I especially liked No Kick, Joget Girl, Mastura's Air Lengkong Adventure, Mother's Manifesto, and Pau Babi etc, etcGenerally all the stories were great!

    9. chyneyee/hungry-in-ipoh-byI rated this book with 4/5. The stories involve various kinds of relationships with Ipoh as the main focus. Most of the stories are quite interesting and I get to know more about Ipoh which makes me wonder whether I should travel to Ipoh and explore each place mentioned in this novel.

    10. Collection of short noir stories about Ipoh mix of cultures, traditions and above all: food.Good read for anyone traveling through Malaysia!

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