An Interesting Approach to the Zombie Genre | Review of ‘After the Cure’ (After the Cure #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

After the Cure by Diedre Gould Createspace
After the Cure by Diedre Gould
Createspace

Eight years ago, the December Plague swept through the human population. Those infected became violent cannibals, killing without exception. Years later a cure was found, and now, with time, society has begun to heal. Now society is hunting for the truth. But the danger hasn’t passed and for Nella Rider and Frank Courtlen, they are discovering that the past is not far behind them.

Published August 24, 2013, by  Deirdre Gould, After the Cure is a post-apocalyptic novel that takes a different approach on the zombie genre. Continue reading “An Interesting Approach to the Zombie Genre | Review of ‘After the Cure’ (After the Cure #1)”

Alive and Kicking | Review of ‘A Mad Zombie Party’ (White Rabbit Chronicles #4)

By Cynthia Ayala

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A Mad Zombie Party by Gena Showalter
Harlequin Teen
Image Credit: Goodreads

Anima was destroyed, but the crumbling pieces have fallen back into place and the slayers worst enemy has returned. And Kat, who is now a witnessed is the one with the plan. However, the plan involves two pieces that aren’t exactly in the right space: the distraught and self-destructive Frosty who is still mourning Kat’s death and Camilla, the betrayer responsible for Kat’s death. Can these two put the past behind them to save the future, or are they forever doomed to relive the haunting past?

A Mad Zombie Party is the fourth and final book in Gena Showalter’s New York Times bestselling White Rabbit Chronicles published by Harlequin Teen that follows Frosty and Camilla instead of Alice through the Zombie world. Continue reading “Alive and Kicking | Review of ‘A Mad Zombie Party’ (White Rabbit Chronicles #4)”

Weekly Reading List #33

By Cynthia Ayala

Hello there avid readers! I hope that everyone is having a wonderful week. It has been frigid here in good old Boston, MA. But I can deal with it. It will warm up eventually.

But other than that it has been nice outside, especially when the wind is not blowing. But enough of that. Here is my weekly reading list to help you decide what to read next. All always, all synopsis’s are courtesy of Goodreads. Happy reading! Oh, and Happy Valentines Day! Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #33”

March Book of the Month Poll

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers! So the interactive book of the month poll seemed to really work so I’m going to keep doing it. Here are the choices for March. You can vote however you like by judging the book cover or by judging the synopsis or your anticipation of the novel. However you want to vote just vote and spread the word.

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A Tension Driven Zombie Tale | Review of ‘The Queen of Zombie Hearts’ (The White Rabbit Chronicles #3)

By Cynthia Ayala

‘The Queen of Zombie Hearts’ by Gena Showalter
Harlequin Teen
Image Credit: Goodreads

Alice thought she had nothing left to lose. She was wrong. Anima isn’t playing around anymore, they want Alice alive and the Slayers dead and they are willing to do whatever they need to in order to get the job done. It’s war now. A secret connection gives Alice more power than she ever thought she would have, the power to control and cure zombies, and in the wrong hands, it could make Anima even more power. The fight is on and more than one person will lose their life.

The third novel in The White Rabbit Chronicles by Gena Showalter,
The Queen of Zombie Hearts
published on September 30, 2014 by Harlequin Teen follows the protagonist Alice Bell as she fights zombies in this young adult paranormal novel.
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Weekly Reading List #30

By Cynthia Ayala

Hello there avid readers! So I will be starting a new segment next Month to choose a book of the month. I don’t know if it will be books that are coming out, books I’ve already read in the past during that month or even a mixture of the two. Leave your opinions in the comments section and let me know what you think about the idea. Publishers and authors, if you’re interested, let me know!

Anyway, here is my weekly reading list, and again, all synopsis are courtesy of Goodreads. Happy reading!
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Weekly Reading List #29

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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A Study on the Human Experience: Review of ‘Warm Bodies’ – Emertainment Monthly

By: Cynthia Ayala ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

‘Warm Bodies’ is a post-apocalyptic paranormal romance about a zombie rediscovering his humanity in a funny, captivating twist on the Romeo and Juliet story. […]
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A Study on the Human Experience | Warm Bodies (Warm Bodies, #1)

By: Cynthia Ayala

R is just a zombie who goes about his daily life eating brains and flesh here and there, taking care of his zombie wife and zombie children. That is, until he meets Julie and scarfs down her boyfriend Perry’s brains. Something is changing him, something from Perry and his inability to draw away from Julie is changing him, turning him into something else or rather, something old. Slowly, but surely, R is becoming human again, his heart is beating again. But that’s only if he can survive the Boney’s, the flesh freed Zombies, and Julie’s father, the general.
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