Questionably Enthralling | Review of ‘Nemesis’ (Project Nemesis #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

Nemesis by Brendan Reichs Image Credit: Goodreads
Nemesis by Brendan Reichs
G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers
Image Credit: Goodreads

Ever since Min was eight she has been hunted on her birthdays only to awaken in an empty filed far from home. But the last time was different. Thought to be crazy, Min challenges those around her. Then Noah opens up to her. Part of the popular crowd, Noah and Min don’t seem to have much in common, except for the fact that they share a birthday…and a death. Together, once their home comes under attack they try to put together the pieces of what’s been going on and what Project Nemesis means for them and their futures.

Published March 21, 2017, by G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers, Nemesis by Brendan Reichs is a young adult thriller that combines elements from Orphan Black and Lord of the Flies to make a riveting read full of tension and daring for the audiences of any age.
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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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Resident Evil Saga (Reviews and Commentary)

Resident Evil.  We all know about this franchise.  There was a viral outbreak that allowed the dead to reanimate.  Zombies.  It’s not something that is new, but rather over done.  Zombie movies are usually something you watch when you’re in the mood for a bad/good movie.  A movie so bad that it’s good.  Resident Evil changed that.  Based off the games by Capcom, Resident Evil … Continue reading Resident Evil Saga (Reviews and Commentary)