Review: ‘The Wrath and the Dawn’ is a Well-Done Retelling of a Classic Tale – Emertainment Monthly

twatd_pink_scarf_-_cover-174x131“The Wrath and the Dawn” ties together mystery, romance, and brilliant narration to reimagine the events of the classic tale, “A Thousand and One Nights.” […] Continue reading “Review: ‘The Wrath and the Dawn’ is a Well-Done Retelling of a Classic Tale – Emertainment Monthly”

Action Packed and Bundles of Laughs | Review of ‘Spy’

By: Cynthia Ayala

Spy starring Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne & Jude Law
20th Century Fox

The CIA has been hacked and all their secrets agents’ identities have been compromised. And with a nuclear bomb ready for sale on the black market, the CIA has to come up with a plan to find the bomb and get it out the bad guys hands. So they send in one of their top CIA computer technicians from the basement to do the job. The question is can Susan Cooper handle the job?

Spy is the new action comedy starring Melissa McCarthy as Susan Coper, the voice in the head of the spy, the person who guides them and keeps them alive and safe. She stars alongside Jude Law, Rose Byrne and Jason Statham, as the would-be spy who is trying to save the world as she goes undercover to save the world.
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An Imaginative & Captivating Memoir | Review of ‘A Natural History of Dragons’ (Memoir by Lady Trent, #1)

By: Cynthia Ayala

A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan
Tor Books

Before she was Lady Trent she was just a young woman who wanted to explore her passion for dragons, but with the society standards keeping woman at a lower station, Isabella had to keep her passions bottled up in a shed. That is until her husband, her equal took her on a pioneering adventure. This is her true story, in her own words about her very first adventure with dragons.

A Natural History of Dragons indeed. Published February 5, 2013 by Tor Books, A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan recreates history is this this historical fiction/fantasy novel. An alternate history of the world that makes the imagination buzz with excitement.
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Imaginative But Lacking Character | Review of ‘A Book of Spirits and Thieves’ (Spirits and Thieves, #1)

By: Cynthia Ayala

A Book of Spirits and Thieves by
Morgan Rhodes
Razorbill

Worlds collide when Crystal Hatcher watches her sister enter into a comma when a light from a mysterious book in a mysterious language envelops her. And when she gains the attention of Farrell Grayson, the mysteries of the book throws her into a dangerous game with the Hawkspear Society. Moreover, while she balances the secrets that revolve around her, her sister Becca must contend with being a spirit in the land of Mythica that only young Maddox Corso, can see and help. Published June 23, 2015 by Razorbill, A Book of Spirits and Thieves brings together very different worlds with ancient and dark magic.
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A Thoughtful Game of Thrones Novel for Kids | Review of ‘The Ice Dragon’

By: Cynthia Ayala

The Ice Dragon by George R. R. Martin with Illustrations by Luis Royo
Tor Teen Publishing

Untamable, dangerous, lethal. That was the ice dragon that flew over the land of the north, leaving bitter cold and ice over the land. No one could tame it, except one young girl who was born in the worst freeze the north had ever seen. George R. R. Martin, bestselling author of the famous Game of Thrones series, brings to life this fantasy short story for children. Published on October 21, 2014 by Tor Teen, this novel is illustrated by Luis Royo who brings to life the work of George R. R. Martin.

A Game of Thrones novel made for both children and adults. The Ice Dragon is a novella set in the world of Ice and Fire. The story is about a village up in the North where the dreaded Ice Dragon lives. It being a dragon of the Wild and Cold nature frightens the people of the land. Everyone except young Adara, a child of a cold winter with the bitterness of the cold within her.
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Thought Seeker: Available for Pre-Order now – NiaDraginBooks.com

Thought Seeker (Eclipsing Trilogy, #2)
Thought Seeker (Eclipsing Trilogy, #2)

Hello there fair readers. Thought Seeker is the sequel to my novel Blood Hunger. As I am approaching the final stages of editing and the front cover is finalized, I have made it my priority to make my novel officially available for pre-order. As of right now I don’t have any plans for a hardcover as I did with my first novel. But depending on sales I might. However, the book will be available soon as the scheduled release date is October 8th, 2015, just in time for the Halloween Holidays. In addition, stay tuned for more updates as I will be having monthly sales for the first book in the Eclipsing Trilogy and a Goodreads Giveaway for Thought Seeker.
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