Black Forest is a dream of death, a collage of vignettes and grounded, concrete observations counterpoint the dreaminess of the novel, breathing life into it. Continue reading Review of ‘Black Forest’
Neil Christopher deftly puts the stories together without editorializing, allowing Inuit writers to tell their own stories about their own culture. Continue reading Review of ‘Taaqtumi’
By Cynthia Ayala
Eight years ago, the December Plague swept through the human population. Those infected became violent cannibals, killing without exception. Years later a cure was found, and now, with time, society has begun to heal. Now society is hunting for the truth. But the danger hasn’t passed and for Nella Rider and Frank Courtlen, they are discovering that the past is not far behind them.
Published August 24, 2013, by Deirdre Gould, After the Cure is a post-apocalyptic novel that takes a different approach on the zombie genre. Continue reading “An Interesting Approach to the Zombie Genre | Review of ‘After the Cure’ (After the Cure #1)”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Hey there readers! I hope that every had a wonderful week and weekend and made time to watch Jurassic World, which was, in one word, amazing! But enough of that, a full review will be coming soon. In any case dear readers, here is my weekly reading list. Happy reading!
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