Today on Spotify we’re reviewing All These Monsters, a novel that highlights that monsters do not always look like monsters and are often a wolf a sheep’s clothing. Continue reading All These Monsters Review on Spotify
All These Monsters tackles abuse and what it means to be a monster among monsters. Continue reading Review of ‘All These Monsters’
Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well, check out what I’m reading here, a sneak peek of reviews to come and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #271
A new month means new selection of books for the book of the month title. Vote here for your favorite October 2020 YA novel. Continue reading Book of the Month Poll – October 2020
It’s an enthralling and enlivening space adventure that is sure to suck the reader in[…] Continue reading “Review: ‘Of Fire & Night’ Is Fast-Paced Storytelling (Saga of Seven Suns, #5) – Emertainment Monthly”
By Cynthia Ayala
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.
By Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
Anyone who loves “Star Wars” or “Battlestar Galactica” will love “Scattered Suns,” which features great storytelling and all the science fiction elements a reader could want. […] Continue reading “Review: “Scattered Suns” Is An Electrifying Space Opera (The Saga of Seven Suns, #4) – Emertainment Monthly”
By Cynthia Ayala
After many years of struggle in the war with the hydrogues, the humans are finally on the winning side. With weapons from the Roamers, the wentals and doorbells, and the Verdani warships from the Theroc, the hydorgues are falling.
A centuries old battle is coming to a conclusion, but old enemies have risen from the depths of oblivion while allies have become enemies. As the battle reaches its final climax, the Spiral Arm will be left changed forever. Continue reading “A Can’t Put Down Space Opera | Of Fire & Night (Saga of Seven Suns, #5)”
By Cynthia Ayala
The war between the elemental aliens continues to grow while strife between the Ildiran kingdom and that of the human empire continues to rise. A deluded imposter Mage-Imperator threatens the kingdom and while Jora’h faces that war, he must, with a heavy heart, send his half-human daughter on a mission to make peace with the hydrogues. While they fight the gas giant aliens, Jess Tamblyn and Beneto work unwittingly alongside one another to raise the water and earth aliens from their sleep to fight the war with the humans. Darkness rises above the horizon as mad men with blind power and rage attack, forcing everyone to face their darkest choices in hopes of survival.
Scattered Suns by the remarkable Kevin J. Anderson was first published on July 18, 2005 by Aspect before being republished on November 1, 2007 by Orbit. This sci-fi space opera takes readers on an adventure through a universe at war.
Continue reading “An Electrifying Space Opera | Review of ‘Scattered Suns’ (The Saga of Seven Suns, #4)”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Hey there avid readers—or who I hope are avid readers. I am coming to you with an update on what I’m planning to read very soon. I hope you all are interested in what I’m reading and hopefully you’ll stay tuned for a review and my ears are always open for any suggestion. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend and a good week to follow. Happy Sunday everyone.
Oh—before I forget—all synopsis are the courtesy of Goodreads.com. Happy reading.
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