A step away from the cliches and tropes that drive “royalty-romance,” Royals is an entertaining and fast read that is actually quite delightful. Continue reading Fun, Entertaining, & Surprisingly Realistic | Review of ‘Royals’ (Royals #1)
Can’t decide what to read next? Check out these titles and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #136
New month means new books are coming out. So check out these ten titles and vote for your favorite title to win May’s book of the month title. Winner gets a featured book review. Continue reading Book of the Month Poll – May 2018
By Cynthia Ayala
Hello there fellow readers! I hope that everyone is having a wonderful year so far. It has been very somewhat depressing with the deaths of David Bowie and Alan Rickman, both who were amazing in everything that they did. They will forever be missed, that’s definite.
Now, if you have been staring at your bookshelf wondering what to read next, here’s something for you. Check out this weeks reading list courtesy of my interest. If your like me with a reading list so long, here is something to make what to read next a little easier. Happy reading!
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By Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
The last book in Chainani’s trilogy, “The Last Ever After” is a charming novel that is very mature, fun, and adventurous, giving new life to old fairy tales. Continue reading “Review: “The Last Ever After” is a Perfect Fairy Tale Ending (The School for Good and Evil #3) – Emertainment Monthly”
Sydney Sage has admitted what is in her heart: that she is in love with vampire Adrian Ivashkov. But as an Alchemist, she is supposed to loathe them, fear them and protect the human world from them and their vampire secrets. Continue reading A Mature & Stand Out Novel | Review of ‘The Fiery Heart’ (Bloodlines, #4) – Emertainment Montly
By: Cynthia Ayala
Everything old is new. Agatha and Sophie have gone their separate ways, while Sophie stayed behind with the beautiful young and evil School Master, Agatha and Tedros were whisked away to Gavaldon. But with Sophie and the School Master declaring their love for one another, they have given evil past and present their chance at re-writing old fairy tales, putting everyone in mortal danger. Evil has taken over and the fate of all fairy tales lies with Agatha, Tedros and Sophie finally putting an end to their fairy tale.
Continue reading “The Perfect Fairy Tale Ending | Review of ‘The Last Ever After’ (School for Good and Evil, #3)”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Every year, it is the same. In October, bones break, skin scrapes and danger haunts every step. Every year Cara and her family become inexplicably accident-prone, and with each passing year, the season becomes one of obsession and fear. However, Cara has a haunting feeling that something else is connected, something that may connect to a missing friend. Are they connected or is the family obsession driving her mad?
Published August 18, 2015 by Corgi Childrens, The Accident Season by Moïra Fowley-Doyle is a contemporary young adult paranormal mystery that follows young Cara as she and her family navigates growing up while surviving the curse that plagues their family every October.
Continue reading “A Delightfully Deep Ghost Story | Review of ‘The Accident Season’”
By: Cynthia Ayala
Sydney Sage has admitted what is in her heart: that she is in love with vampire Adrian Ivashkov. But as an Alchemist, she is supposed to loathe them, fear them and protect the human world from them and their vampire secrets. And with the arrival of her sister Zoe, her struggles only increase. Not only is Sydney fraternizing with a vampire, she is friends with others while trying to harness her profound magical ability which undermines everything she was raised to defend.
A fiery heart indeed. Published November 19, 2013 by Penguin Group, The Fiery Heart by New York Times bestselling author Richelle Mead is the fourth book in her young adult paranormal/fantasy Bloodlines series that follows Sydney Sage and Adrian Ivashkov on their journey of self-discovery and love.
Continue reading “A Mature & Stand Out Novel | Review of ‘The Fiery Heart’ (Bloodlines, #4)”
By: Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer
In “Wolf Pact,” Melissa de la Cruz recreates the mythology behind the werewolves, much like she did with vampire history in previous novels, with great success[…] Continue reading “Review: “Wolf Pact” Brings New Life to Werewolf Myth – Emertainment Monthly”