A World Without Princes Review – World Light Review

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”

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Book Review: “A World without Princes” – Emertainment Monthly

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”

Sunday Night TV (22 Apr 2012)

Great episode.  The writers almost had me going, I actually though August was Bae, Rumplestiltskin’s son, until they told us otherwise anyway.  I do wonder however who he is.  He knows, he knows about the world, he knows about magic and he knows about the curse.  August knows what is going on, now who the heck is he?  If you have any theories, be sure … Continue reading Sunday Night TV (22 Apr 2012)

Kingdom Hearts Sucks (But it Doesn’t Have To) Wonderland, pouty boys, and other crap that needs to go.

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.