One year ago, Zelia found out just how different she was. Now she and all the genetic outcasts they have come to know as family are hunted and on the run from the government who want them more dead than they do alive. No Zelia and her family must find their enemies and seek a safe haven if they want to survive. But what good is surviving when it’s in a prison? For her safety and those she cares about, Zelia must fight those in power to give everyone a chance at living and surviving in a world where no one accepts them. Continue reading “A Powerful Novel | Review of ‘Catalyst’ (Control, #2)”
Hey there avid readers! So I am almost done with this semester. Woohoo! I’m so excited to go back home, hug my mom and kitties and kiss my fiancé. Also, I’m looking forward to actually having some me to write and read. I don’t get a lot of time to do that unfortunately but I will be doing that for three weeks….when I’m not working at the movie theater dealing with a bunch of customers who are unhappy with their seating arrangements with Star Wars. Yeah, that’s gonna be fun, I know it. Anyway, I hope that everyone is having a wonderful weekend and such. I will be spending this weekend working on papers! Woo! (not really) but so far this semester is going good, now I just need to finish it with a bang and pass my classes.
Hey there avid readers! I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. The Fall Semester is almost over and Thanksgiving is upon us. I’m spending Thanksgiving with my friends when I’d rather spend it with my mom and kitties and my amazing fiancé. Heck, I’d even love to spend it with my coworkers at Regal Oakwood 18. I can’t wait to get back home and curl up with my kitties and just relax. Take a break and read, write and relax.
But anyway, I hope everyone has an amazing week, and if you’re going to be snuggled up against the couch with a good book, here are some options to keep you entertained. (All synopsis provided by Goodreads.)Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #25”
By: Cynthia A. By: Lydia Kang Published: December 26, 2013 Publisher: Dial Books Series: Control Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction, Dystopia Set in 2150, science has evolved but the altering of human genetics remains forbidden. Nevertheless, when it happens, they are not accidents… When a crash kills their father, leaving sisters Zel and Dyl orphaned, Zel knows that she must protect her sister. But before … Continue reading Control (Control, #1) | Book Review