Merry meet avid readers! Hope everyone is doing well. Check out my latest newsletter and reading list, a sneak peak of reviews to come and, as always, happy reading! Continue reading Weekly Reading List #295
The Taxidermist’s Lover offers readers a fascinating premise but fails with executing the authors creative ideas. Continue reading Review of ‘The Taxidermist’s Lover.’
Out of the Cage channels the absurd, in a way that makes it both funny and reflective carrying on the great tradition of excellent Argentine literature. Continue reading Review of ‘Out of the Cage’
Baltasar’s English debut, Permaforst, the first in a “triptych” of novels about three different women is well worth reading. Continue reading Review of ‘Permafrost’
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is a witty and thought-provoking read that explores the ups and downs of life with equal parts honesty and humor, sweetness, and suspense. Continue reading Review of ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’
A story about four kids and their remarkable journey through life hindered only by their fears and their fear of living. Continue reading Beautiful Unapologetic View of Living | Review of ‘The Immortalist’
The Girl in Between is a beautiful novel about love and the strong bond between mother and daughter. Continue reading Review of ‘The Girl in Between’
By Cynthia Ayala
Hey there readers. I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. Haven’t had much time to read or edit this past week so I’ve fallen behind just a bit. But nothing to worry about, I’ll always find time to read, even if it’s only 20 pages a day. And I’ll always find some time to edit my novel. Anyway, see my weekly reading list right here. Happy reading!
Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #90”
By Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
Ada, Alice’s closest friend, follows her friend down the rabbit hole in order to bring her home going on her own adventure through the nonsensical Wonderland where her own ideas and ideals are put into question and the world of Oxford England reacts to the disappearance of these two young girls[…]
Continue reading “Review: ‘After Alice’ Explores New Realms outside Wonderland – Emertainment Monthly”
By Cynthia Ayala
Amber Alton has spent all her summers in Black Rabbit Hall, there was always a light that lit up the country estate. Summer was perfect, until the day that devastation struck. Now the perfect summers became ghosts of what they once were.
Continue reading “An Enigmatic Gothic Tale | Review of ‘Black Rabbit Hall’”