Ryan’s Best Books of 2019

Here are the three best books I read, followed by the others I keep thinking of long after I finished reading them.
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Book of the Month – November 2017

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there readers! I hope everyone is having a wonderful day and that everyone had a great Halloween and enjoyed last months winner of the book of the month title. But as it’s a new month we have a new winner of the book of the month title. And this voting this month was tough guys, many of the titles were neck and neck. But we finally have a winner by one vote! Let’s a warm round of applause to *drumroll* War of the Cards
by Colleen Oakes. Check out the details below and stay tuned for a featured review.
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Thought Provoking & Challenging | Review of ‘Jurassic Park’ (Jurassic Park #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

Jurassic Park by Micheal Crichton
Ballantine Books
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“A billionaire has created a technique to clone dinosaurs. From the DNA that his crack team of scientists extract, he is able to grow the dinosaurs in his laboratories and lock them away on an island behind electric fences, creating a sort of theme park. He asks a group of scientists from several different fields to come and view the park, but something goes terribly wrong when a worker on the island turns traitor and shuts down the power.” (Goodreads)

Published December 1991 by Ballantine Books Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton is the classic novel that spawned a franchise about dinosaurs and the will of man.
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A Relevant, Frightening & Raw Story | Review of ‘Carrie’

By: Cynthia Ayala

Carrie White is the misfit, the outcast, the girl constantly bullied, broken by her religious and fanatical mother. But when push comes to shove, Carrie soon discovers that she holds powers, that she’s telekinetic, turning her Prom Night into a fiery bloody night of death.

Doubleday first published Carrie by notable bestselling author Stephen King on April 5, 1974. Set in Maine, this horrific and supernatural novel follows young outsider Carrie White who spends most of her time being bullied a school by everyone while she spends her time at home being abused by her religious and fanatical mother. But when push comes to shove, Carrie discovers that she has a deep power inside her.
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