A new month means new selection of books for the book of the month title. Vote here for your favorite August 2020 YA novel. Continue reading Book of the Month Poll – August 2020
By Cynthia Ayala
Hello there readers! So here is the latest book of the month poll. If you want your book to win, remember to vote. And remember all winning books will get a featured book review. Happy reading folks!
Oh and just click the image to vote, you’ll be redirected to Pollcaster where you can see check in and see if your book is winning the way you want it to. Continue reading “May Book of the Month Poll”
By Cynthia Ayala
Hey there readers! I hope that everyone is having a great week. I had a wonderful weekend mainly because my fiancé came to visit! Yay! He is so sweet, he even came to class with me and we went to see Deadpool, it was a wonderful weekend.
But that doesn’t really matter does it. You’re here for books! So here is my latest reading list to help you decide what you want to read next or even inspire you to start your own reading list…if you don’t already have one. As always, all synopsis’s are courtesy of Goodreads. Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #34”
By: Cynthia Ayala Looking for some awesome vampire novels that do more than rehash the same cliches? Check out these lesser-known titles that are creative, gripping, and fun. Get the full scoop here: http://worldlightreview.com/five-great-vampire-novels-havent-read-yet/ Continue reading Three Great Vampire Novels You Haven’t Read Yet : World Light Review
Published by Cynthia Ayala Looking to get hooked into Fantasy novels? Wondering what all the hype is about? Well here are the top five fantasy gateway novels that are sure to ensnare any reader into the genre. Read more here: http://worldlightreview.com/top-five-fantasy-gateway-novels/ Continue reading Top Five Fantasy Gateway Novels | World Light Review
I loved the Daughters of the Moon Series, but this series is lacking so much in comparison. Not only was the ending of this book incredibly melodramatic with the main character, Dalila, being the Enchantress was so outrageously melodramatic. Not only that, the three girls in this novel have none of the spunk or self-confidence that the other girls had. In addition, that, for me … Continue reading The Enchantress (Sisters of Isis: Book 3)
I am trying to remember why I hated reading this book in high school because I had to re-read it again for my British Lit class at college and go figure, I didn’t hate it. I mean I didn’t love the book, but it was done very well, I mean it was great. It shows a passage of time between characters as well as what … Continue reading Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man
Another hard book to critique. This book is about the concept of Utopia, the idea of a coexisting uniform. Just think 1984. There are so many extreme ideas in this book, but for the most part in this society, they seem to work. A lot of them are very extreme and I think, believe rather, is that Sir Thomas More was mocking his society. Think … Continue reading Utopia
Charming, heartwarming and simply hilarious. This was a great movie that I recommend to everyone. This movie truly shows us what home really means to a person, but not only that, what family and friendship means. This was a great movie, I loved it and I recommend that everyone see it. I loved every single minute of it and I could not stop laughing! There … Continue reading Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
By: NextMovie Spoilers are a tricky thing; we should know, considering this story is totally full of them (you’ve been warned!). Frankly, one look at your Facebook page should be all you need in order to realize how few people seem capable of keeping spoilers intact. But if you’ve got a deep, dark secret, there’s one person who will never spoil anything for you: Alan … Continue reading Alan Rickman Was J.K. Rowling’s Secret-Keeper