Today on Spotify we’re discussing Shadow in the Empire of Light, a fantasy with potential that unfortunately fails at every turn. Continue reading Shadow in the Empire of Light Spotify Review
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Shadow in the Empire of Light had a lot of potential to be a great fantasy, but the lackluster storytelling and bland characters fail to impress. Continue reading Review of ‘Shadow in the Empire of Light’
Check out the exclusive look at Sarah J. Maas’s new novel. Continue reading Crescent City: Sarah J. Maas teases first book, House of Earth and Blood | EW.com
By Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
Filled with Celtic mythology and medieval British beliefs, this new tale of Robin Hood focuses on characterization and narrative, making “Hood” a unique story. Continue reading “Review: Slow but Inventive, “Hood” Retells a Classic Tale (King Raven Trilogy, #1) – Emertainment Monthly”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Bran ap Brychan was a prince, until the Franks invaded, taking his land, killing his father and their militia. Left for dead, Bran is healed by a witch of the Christian faith, a spiritual woman. Now he has to make good on his promise and save his people the only way he can: by robbing the rich invaders and helping his mistreated people as a raven in the night, a phantom of fear. Filled with Celtic mythology combined with that of medieval Britain, this is a new tale of Robin Hood.
Hood, published September 1, 2006 by WestBow Press is a retelling of the tale of Robin Hood, by Stephen R. Lawhead, that combines Celtic mythology with the Christian faith in a very interesting way. Continue reading “A Slow But Inventive Retelling | Review of Hood (King Raven Trilogy, #1)”
By: Cynthia Ayala
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.
Continue reading “An Imaginative & Captivating Memoir | Review of ‘A Natural History of Dragons’ (Memoir by Lady Trent, #1)”
Having trouble deciding on what to read next? Well check out what’s on my reading list, why I’m interested and what they are about. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #11