Today on Spotify we’re discussing Return of the Evening Star, a story for young readers that lacks some emotional depth for older readers. Continue reading Return of the Evening Star Spotify Review
Today on YouTube we’re discussing Return of the Evening Star, a novel that has good ideas but fails to ultimately capture and hold the reader’s attention. Continue reading Watch “Return of the Evening Star Review” on YouTube
Return of the Evening Star holds a lot of promise for young readers but lacks the depth to captivate older readers. Continue reading Review of ‘Return of the Evening Star’
Hey there avid readers! Check out my latest reading list, a sneak peak of reviews to come here on Cyn’s Workshop. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #290
By Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
The last book in Chainani’s trilogy, “The Last Ever After” is a charming novel that is very mature, fun, and adventurous, giving new life to old fairy tales. Continue reading “Review: “The Last Ever After” is a Perfect Fairy Tale Ending (The School for Good and Evil #3) – Emertainment Monthly”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Everything old is new. Agatha and Sophie have gone their separate ways, while Sophie stayed behind with the beautiful young and evil School Master, Agatha and Tedros were whisked away to Gavaldon. But with Sophie and the School Master declaring their love for one another, they have given evil past and present their chance at re-writing old fairy tales, putting everyone in mortal danger. Evil has taken over and the fate of all fairy tales lies with Agatha, Tedros and Sophie finally putting an end to their fairy tale.
Continue reading “The Perfect Fairy Tale Ending | Review of ‘The Last Ever After’ (School for Good and Evil, #3)”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Hey there avid readers—or who I hope are avid readers. I’m sure you have noticed that I have made some changes to my reading list. That’s because The Last Ever After by Soman Chainani is coming out this Tuesday, and even though I am a 23-year-old adult, well, I’M JUST SO EXCITED! I loved the first two books and I read the second one in a night, just could not put it down. I’m hoping this one does not disappoint.
Oh—before I forget—all synopsis are the courtesy of Goodreads.com. Happy reading.
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By: Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
Set in the land of Ice and Fire, “The Ice Dragon” tells the story of Adara, a young girl who can “tame” the fearful ice dragon though friendship and kindness Continue reading “Review: “The Ice Dragon” is a Game of Thrones story for all ages – Emertainment Monthly”
By: Cynthia Ayala
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.
Continue reading “A Thoughtful Game of Thrones Novel for Kids | Review of ‘The Ice Dragon’”