Today on Spotify we’re discussing Not Even Bones by Rebecca Schaeffer, a highly addicting read and incredibly written dark fantasy.
A highly addicting read, Not Even Bones is an incredibly written dark fantasy. Continue reading Review of ‘Not Even Bones’
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Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well, check out what I’m reading here, a sneak peek of reviews to come and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #247
By Cynthia Ayala
Outside the city, the green lands of hope are gone, replaced with ash and sadness. This doesn’t stop Alice and Hatcher from completing their mission: find Hatcher’s daughter. But there are perils not even known to them. The White Queen has become mad, twisted and cruel, and the land suffers under the hands of the Black King. Only one person can stop them both and save the land and children in it, bringing Alice closer to her destiny.
Published on July 12, 2016, by Ace Books, Red Queen by Christina Henry is the sequel to her dark and gritty fantastical retelling of Alice in Wonderland.
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By Cynthia Ayala
Long ago, a tea party sent Alice to the madhouse, a tea party with blood and long ears. She doesn’t remember what happened, only that it broke her. That was then, this is now, where a fire sets her loose, and alongside her, a beast of power. Now Alice must go on the hunt for the beast, reopen old wounds, and seek out the Rabbit that led her to madness.
Published on August 4, 2015, by Ace,
Alice by Christina Henry is a fantasy/horror retelling of Lewis Carroll‘s classic Alice in Wonderland.
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By Cynthia Ayala
Hey there avid readers, I hope that everyone had a wonderful 4th of July weekend. You know, as busy as I was this weekend I actually managed to read two books. Woo! The South Florida SuperCon was tons of fun, but man was I exhausted when it was over. My legs hurt from all the walking, but I met a ton of people, people I’m fans of and took a bunch of pictures you’ve already seen on Instagram. I met Claudia Gray, Kevin J. Anderson, Tony Bedard, Walter Koenig and the great Henry Winkler who just so happens went to my college (Emerson College) and hugged me 4 times, including giving me a kiss on my cheek. Yeah, it was awesome. But anyway, since I read two books this weekend and I’m already halfway through another, here’s my weekly reading list for this week. Happy reading! Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #50”
By: Nick Venable Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games) has a pretty long and varied resume, bouncing from one genre of movie to the next and regardless of the final product he serves his purpose and usually goes unscathed in criticism. I’m not sure we’ve seen him channel anything that would make him a good lead in a thriller though. But that may soon change. He’ll … Continue reading Hunger Games’ Josh Hutcherson To Star In Psychological Thriller Ape