Weekly Reading List #20

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers. I hope that everyone is having a wonderful time. Fall has finally arrived in wonderful. So far school is going well. I got my second job at the movies and I’m very pleased at the fact that the managers are more than willing to accomidate me. It also helps that an Uber home is only 10.33. Talk about cheap. I have to say, I really do love my life right now. I have some wonderful classes, crazy fun teachers and lately I have been in a spectacular mood. I have all this energy and I don’t even have enough things to do to burn it all. Talk about crazy. Anyway, here are my latest reading list. I actually meant put this up last weekend but I was so miserable, was not feeling well at all. But yay, I have more energy than I know what to do with.

And as always all synopsis are courtesy of Goodreads, happy reading!

238460371. Nightfall

by Jake Halpern & Peter Kujawinski

“The dark will bring your worst nightmares to light, in this gripping and eerie survival story, perfect for fans of James Dashner and Neil Gaiman.

On Marin’s island, sunrise doesn’t come every twenty-four hours—it comes every twenty-eight years. Now the sun is just a sliver of light on the horizon. The weather is turning cold and the shadows are growing long.

Because sunset triggers the tide to roll out hundreds of miles, the islanders are frantically preparing to sail south, where they will wait out the long Night.

Marin and her twin brother, Kana, help their anxious parents ready the house for departure. Locks must be taken off doors. Furniture must be arranged. Tables must be set. The rituals are puzzling—bizarre, even—but none of the adults in town will discuss why it has to be done this way.

Just as the ships are about to sail, a teenage boy goes missing—the twins’ friend Line. Marin and  Kana are the only ones who know the truth about where Line’s gone, and the only way to rescue him is by doing it themselves. But Night is falling. Their island is changing.

And it may already be too late.”

9445242. Of Fire and Night (The Saga of Seven Suns #5)

by Kevin J. Anderson

“After many years of hardship and bravery, the human race faces its greatest challenge. The sweeping war between titanic races -a conflict that has obliterated planets, extinguished entire stars, exterminated whole races – is reaching its end game. Allies become betrayers, strangers become fast friends, and enemies clash in a struggle that will rock the galaxy.

As the climactic battle is engaged, the Ildiran Solar Navy, the Earth Defense Forces, the Roamers, green priests, Klikiss robots, and hydrogue warglobes collide in a fury that will destroy many and change the landscape of the Spiral Arm forever.”

205607673. Wolfen

by Alianne Donnelly

“Man’s quest for genetic perfection has led to the creation of new subspecies, evolutionary steps up from humanity. Wolfen were the pinnacle of scientific achievement, redefining the limits of what it means to be human. Their counterparts, in turn, grew into the ultimate predators. Incapable of higher thought, converts were unstoppable in their need to breed and devour, and when they escaped, they brought the world to its knees.

Almost two decades later, humanity is on the brink of extinction and only the heartless survive. Rescued by two Wolfen brothers, Sinna must now brave the treacherous wastelands of North America in order to reach safety and the promise of a better life. But when an unexpected gambit forces them to separate, a genetic advantage becomes a liability, and the worst monsters turn out to be the ones who don’t have claws.

In the game of survival, Wolfen were created to be champions. No longer. The enemy keeps evolving, rendering old tactics ineffective, and the only rule left is to endure at any cost.”

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