Thought Provoking | Review of ‘Configured’ (Configured #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

Years after the Earth’s population was decimated by a virus, the survivors sought refuge, building a city based on three tiers, the goal of the citizens to focus solely on duty, to forget their emotions and strive for excellence. Seventeen-year-old Avlyn Lark is one of the people built in the city at the edge of war with Affinity, her one chance at freedom and redemption. But for the fight for freedom, there always comes risk.

Configured by Jenetta Penner October 20, 2016, is the first novel in her young adult science fiction series that will speak to fans of Divergent and The Maze Runner series.
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954 MAG (February 2015 Issue)

954MAG February 2015954 Nation’s newest online magazine features book reviews and articles relevant to the community and the nation.  This issue features the following:

“A Riveting Novel on Self Discovery”

A review by Cynthia Ayala on The Appetites of Girls by Pamela Moses following four girls on their journey of self-discovery and self-respect. Continue reading “954 MAG (February 2015 Issue)”

A Riveting Novel on Self Discovery | Review of ‘The Appetites of Girls’ – 954 Nation

By: Cynthia Ayala

Pamela Moses had brought readers a refreshingly honest novel about the struggles of insecurities with her novel The Appetites of Girls‘.  A novel that delves into the lives of four young girls who must make a stand against those who would push them down, including themselves. Continue reading “A Riveting Novel on Self Discovery | Review of ‘The Appetites of Girls’ – 954 Nation”

A Riveting Novel on Self Discovery | Review of ‘The Appetites of Girls’

By: Cynthia Ayala  

Pamela Moses had brought readers a refreshingly honest novel about the struggles of insecurities with her novel The Appetites of Girls‘.  A novel that delves into the lives of four young girls who must make a stand against those who would push them down, including themselves.
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