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October is the month I’m always looking forward to because it’s Halloween, which is by far my favorite holiday. Of course there’s more to it, something that makes every month special: book releases! Who doesn’t love the smell of new books as they linger on the bookshelves, or that final book in the series one has been dying to read? It’s a little present for avid readers who live by the written word, and this month is no different from any other.
Review: Answering Big Questions With ‘The Children of Darkness’ (The Seekers, #1) – Emertainment Monthly
When a teaching corrupts one of the kids, the others are forced to save him. One night, a whisper of hope in the darkness leads three children—Nathaniel, Orah, and Thomas—on an adventure for the truth, and an unimaginable freedom.
Review: “Last Christmas” Appreciates Villain’s Backstory (Private Series, #0.6) – Emertainment Monthly
Last Christmas is the prequel to the New York Times Bestselling Private series that combines mystery and romance to build up the story of the most notorious character in the Private series: Ariana Osgood.
By Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer The quest for genetic perfection has led to the creation of … Continue Reading Review: “Wolfen” Thrives on Hope for Humanity – Emertainment Monthly
The Fate of Ten is the sixth novel in the young adult sci-fi Lorien Legacies, also known as the I Am Number Four series, which follows young adults as they fight an alien invasion and try to save the world.
Ada, Alice’s closest friend, follows her friend down the rabbit hole in order to bring her home going on her own adventure through the nonsensical Wonderland where her own ideas and ideals are put into question and the world of Oxford England reacts to the disappearance of these two young girls
Review: ‘Of Fire & Night’ Is Fast-Paced Storytelling (Saga of Seven Suns, #5) – Emertainment Monthly
It’s an enthralling and enlivening space adventure that is sure to suck the reader in[…]
No one stays on the island once the sun leaves, but for Marin, Kana, and Line, they didn’t have a choice and they were forgotten.
An Electrifying Prequel | Review of ‘Ali’s Pretty Little Lies’ (Pretty Little Liars, #0.5) – Emertainment Monthly
Ali’s Pretty Little Lies gives the readers exactly what they want without disappointing them at any point.
Silver Shadows will please many fans because it is a well-written story that gives the fans exactly what they could have hoped for, while remaining grounded and captivating
Review: “Dangerous Creatures” Is Spunky, But Has No Bite (Dangerous Creatures, #1) – Emertainment Monthly
A spin-off novel from the “Beautiful Creatures” series, “Dangerous Creatures” stands on its own, with sharp new characters to breathe life into the story[…]
“The House of Shattered Wings” Is Historical Fiction With a Divine Twist (Dominion of the Fallen #1) – Emertainment Monthly
“The House of Shattered Wings” takes the historical novel into new territory, combining angelic mythology and urban fantasy to make a fascinating mystery story[…]
In paranormal mystery “A Magic Dark and Bright,” Charlie and Amelia set out to discover the dark history of their town after girls start inexplicably drowning.
Review: “Scattered Suns” Is An Electrifying Space Opera (The Saga of Seven Suns, #4) – Emertainment Monthly
Anyone who loves “Star Wars” or “Battlestar Galactica” will love “Scattered Suns,” which features great storytelling and all the science fiction elements a reader could want.