Bob Ong is a popular pseudonym of a Filipino author and his books have become cult classics in the Philippines. Bob Ong has become a household name and his books have been translated into different languages. But who is Bob Ong in real life?
Bob Ong’s Identity Revealed
Bob Ong’s identity was finally revealed after a long period of anonymity. He was eventually revealed to be the Filipino author and lawyer, Jose Vincente R. Fuentebella.
Popular Books By Bob Ong
Bob Ong is best known for his books which touch upon various issues relating to Filipino civilization and culture. He has published several books, the most popular being:
- Bakit Baligtad Magbasa ng Libro ang mga Pilipino?
- Alamat ng Gubat
- Ang Paboritong Libro ni Hudas
- Steel Riggings
Bob Ong’s Literary Style
Bob Ong is known for his conversational style when it comes to writing. His writing has become a part of Filipino literature and his humorous style of writing captures the Filipino outlook on life. He is also known for his tendency to rip-off popular writers and characters such as J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Bob Ong is one of the most well-known authors in the Philippines. His books are read and enjoyed by people of all ages and have become very popular in the Philippines. His writing style is conversational, humorous and often satirical. He is best known for his collection of books which touch upon the Filipino point of view on different aspects of life. His real identity has finally been revealed to be Jose Vincente R. Fuentebella, a Filipino author and lawyer.