By: Cynthia Ayala
An enthralling novel set in a rich fairy-tale style fantasy world, “A World without Princes” is a moving story about the perseverance of true friendship. Continue reading “A World Without Princes Review – World Light Review”
By: Cynthia Ayala ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
The second book in the School for Good and Evil series by Soman Chainani, “A World without Princes” creates a wonderful coming of age novel wrapped up in the fantastical genre in a fairy tale realm. Continue reading “Book Review: “A World without Princes” – Emertainment Monthly”
Very good episode. I have been waiting for a while to see her father and was I pleased. It was a good episode with a way for her and her father to reconnect but not fix everything 100%, because that would not have been realistic. The way they did it though was realistic. I also like the way the writers structured the ending, I won’t … Continue reading Monday Night TV (9 Apr 2012)
After a decade, two main games, and four spinoffs, Kingdom Hearts has solidified itself as an RPG juggernaut. A cross-platform, cross-universe, East meets West monster of a game. And after learning about Keyblades, princesses, and this Ansem guy, one thing has become abundantly clear: Kingdom Hearts, as a story, totally sucks. Not saying the games as a whole suck. In fact when it comes to … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts Sucks (But it Doesn’t Have To) Wonderland, pouty boys, and other crap that needs to go.