Review of ‘We Rule the Night’

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Book of the Month Poll – October 2016

By Cynthia Ayala

I hope everyone enjoyed the poll from last month and enjoyed are looking forward to this months poll. Another month means another poll for your choice of the book of the month for October, quite possibly my favorite month of the year, next to my birthday. Anyway check out the selection below and vote either in the comments below or here on Pollcaster. Happy voting!
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Book of the Month Poll – September 2016

By Cynthia Ayala

Another month means another poll to select the book of the month for September. Just click on the books below to check out what these novels are all about and you can leave your vote in the comments section or you can vote here on Pollcaster or by clicking the picture below. The winner will get a featured book review here on my website. Happy voting! Continue reading “Book of the Month Poll – September 2016”

Review: “Dangerous Creatures” Is Spunky, But Has No Bite (Dangerous Creatures, #1) – Emertainment Monthly

By Cynthia Ayala ‘ 17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

dangerous-creatures-174x131A spin-off novel from the “Beautiful Creatures” series, “Dangerous Creatures” stands on its own, with sharp new characters to breathe life into the story. […] Continue reading “Review: “Dangerous Creatures” Is Spunky, But Has No Bite (Dangerous Creatures, #1) – Emertainment Monthly”

Spunky, but no bite | Dangerous Creatures (Dangerous Creatures, #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

Dangerous Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Ridley Duchannes is a bad girl. She lets the world know in her skimpy clothes and high heels. She’s a Dark Castor, a Siren. You can never trust her, and you shouldn’t. But lucky for her, her on-again-off-again boyfriend Wesley “Link” Lincoln doesn’t know any better. Ridley’s past, her mistakes, have gotten her into a world of trouble and for her, Link is her key out. But something more sinister is after the pair of them, something that may cost them everything.

Dangerous Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl is the first published novel of their new series, a spin-off of Beautiful Creatures. Published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on May 20, 2014, the novel follows fan favorite bad girl Ridley as she gets into a whole new world of trouble with her quarter Incubus boyfriend, fellow fan favorite, Link.
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Weekly Reading List #17

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there readers! I hope that everyone had a wonderful week/weekend. It’s been pretty boring here in sunny Florida. Of course, here is some interesting news. My reviews have been favorited and retweeted Twitter by some authors! Isn’t that exciting! It may have only been two authors (Soman Chainani and Danielle Vega), but any sort of recognition is exciting in my book. They liked what I had to say about their novels. Then again, when I’m giving a book 4 or 5 stars, it’s hard to not like it, even if it may be poorly written. Oh God, now I’m going to be even more self-conscious about my reviews. However, if I stop now I won’t improve and sticking to it, analyzing and editing it certainly a way to make sure that I continue to improve.

So I finished the fourth novel in the Saga of Seven Suns series, Scattered Suns, and it was amazing! I’m in the middle of A Magic Dark and Bright right now and so far I like it. Can’t really complain, I did get the book for free after all via a Goodreads Giveaway. Anyway, here’s what’s on my reading list for the coming week. Happy reading folks.

But before I forget and ensue a lawsuit, all synopsis’ are provided by Goodreads.com. Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #17”