Weekly Reading List #38

By Cynthia Ayala

Hello there avid readers! I hope that everyone is having a great week. All in all, things are good. I’ve already started packing to go back home to Florida. I’m gonna need a second job this summer. I applied at Barnes and Noble and I’m really praying here to work there in the summer, Monday – Wednesday, 9 – 5. That would be perfect, absolutely perfect. I would work there, stocking books, marveling at them, taking extra good care of them, and then I could go home, spend time with my mom and my kitties before heading to my bf’s apartment because he lives closer and drives by there on his way to work. It would certainly be better than waking up obscenely early to catch the bus for an hour long ride. I’m being hopeful here, I could so use that job because I hate how low my account has gotten. Oh money. Living off campus is so expensive, but I’m being hopeful.

Anyway, it was a nice week and it went by really quick. Wow, I only have a month left in school. Insane! Anyway here is my reading list that will keep me sane. All synopsis are courtesy of Goodreads. Happy reading. Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #38”

Vigorously Written with Dampening Dialogue | Review of ‘Double Dexter’ (Dexter, #6)

By Cynthia Ayala

'Double Dexter' by Jeff Lindsey Doubleday
‘Double Dexter’ by Jeff Lindsey

Someone has seen Dexter doing his Dangerous Delicious hobby and they have learned from him. Now he has made Dexter their prey. Taking another’s identity and haunting Dexter, this man takes his time, taking control of Dexter, following him, planting clues and framing him for murder. Now it’s up to Dexter to hunt him down and turn the tide while simultaneously handling his life as a husband and father and his day job as a blood splatter analysis.

Published on October 18, 2011 by Doubleday. Double Dexter is the sixth novel in the Dexter series by Jeff Lindsey that follows Dexter Morgan, blood splatter analysis by say and serial killer by night, as he kills other monsters like himself and tries to live a normal life. Continue reading “Vigorously Written with Dampening Dialogue | Review of ‘Double Dexter’ (Dexter, #6)”