Monday, 30 September 2013

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Hot Flashes by Leila Gaskin

I received a copy of Hot Flashes in exchange for my review as part of this blog tour.

Ella thought she was a normal person, a normal person having a very bad day that was, but then she starts to see dragons, and other mysterious things, turns out that Ella isn't as normal as she thought she was. With the help of the Node Guardian, Nathen and fellow Drakkon, Talek, Ella must use her unlocked memories to save the people she loves, and the persecuted Drakkon race, who are being oppressed on their home planet...

ONE DAY ONLY FREE BOOK EVENT from J Joseph Wright

Author J. Joseph Wright, a Finalist in the 2013 Best Indie Book Awards, would like to announce the release
of his new Paranormal Romance Thriller, Ghost Guard

To celebrate the occasion, he is making all twenty of his titles on Amazon’s electronic book store free for one day only, Monday, September 30.


“I wanted to do something special to commemorate the release of Ghost Guard,” Wright said. “And what’s more special than throwing a party? It’s a celebration, both for the publication of my new book, and for reaching twenty titles. Readers can stop by my Amazon page, look around, and, as my gift to them, download any book they want — or all of them — for free. It’s their choice.”

About Ghost Guard

Set in Portland, Oregon, Ghost Guard follows a team of ghosts, working alongside living agents, with one sole mission — defend the spirit world. It’s the cloak and dagger intrigue of James Bond with the supernatural eccentricity of Ghostbusters and the primal darkness ofUnderworld.

About J. Joseph Wright

J. Joseph Wright writes Adult Horror, Sci-Fi, Children’s Fantasy, and even some Paranormal Romance. His ovel Jack James and the Tribe of the Teddy Bear is a Finalist in the Kindle Book Review 2013 Best Indie Book Awards.


 




Book: Assured Destruction by Michael F Stewart

Janus is a computer whiz, she works in her mother's shop, Assured Destruction, which deals with the destruction and recycling of computer parts, well when she isn't at school that is. But every now and then, Janus doesn't destroy the hard drives but uses them to add to Shadownet, a group of online alter egos that are based on real people. But soon the people whose hard drives Janus doesn't destroy are being targeted by someone who seems to have it out for Janus, and she is determined to discover who is messing with her and why.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Sunday, 29 September 2013

Blogfest 2013! GIVEAWAY!




Welcome to Blog Fest 2013! Hosted by A Journey of Books! Hop over to A Journey of Books to enter the MASSIVE giveaway for the whole blog fest!

As any one who regularly reads my blog may know, I love discovering new books, and so that is the twist to my giveaway! I'm choosing a list of 10 books that I have reviewed recently (links to the reviews below), and each person entering the giveaway will give me a number between 1 and 10, the book with the most votes gets given away to the winner! (Amazon format).

So the books are:
  1. Jaxon Prayer by Rachel West
  2. Dark Souls by Ketley Allison
  3. Prince of Hearts by Margaret Foxe
  4. Forget Me Not by Sarah Daltry
  5. Crimson Midnight by Amos Cassidy
  6. Fire Country by David Estes
  7. The Fairest of Them All by Carolyn Turgeon
  8. Sworn to Raise by Terah Edun
  9. The Forever Ones by Marjorie DeLuca
  10. The Best is Yet to Come by Renee Peterson
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Disclaimer: The book winner will receive a 'gift book' (that I will be buying) via amazon, so its all above board :)

Keep Blogfest going by visiting these blogs:
Can We Talk About...
Felicia Rogers
Dianne Hartsock
Gemma Parkes Living and Loving
Diva's Bookcase

Short Story: Crimson Realm by Amos Cassidy

Crimson Realm is a short story that is currently published on the Everything Crimson blog, and will stay up until the release of the third novel, within which it will be included. Crimson Realm follows on from Crimson Darkness, and what happens to Lazarus and Roman after the ending. 

I thought that Crimson Realm had a different feel to the two books that are currently released in the Crimson series, probably because there were only two characters and very little interaction with other people. Also there was no large story arc (because it is short!) so there is less going on. I'm not saying that this was a bad thing, rather it was just a note on how it was. 

There was more of a focus on Roman in Crimson Realm than there was in Crimson Darkness, and it made him seem like much less of a obnoxious idiot (please insert harsher word - have to keep my reviews clean after all!), and more like he really was trying to do the best by everyone. Least he realised that he was really horrible (read a complete -----------) to Rose, and wishes he wasn't. 

A good appetite wetter! I really want to know what happens in the next book! 

Saturday, 28 September 2013

Interview with C.S. Johnson

Laura: I would like to welcome and thank you for joining me on trips down imagination road! Please, tell us a little about yourself?
 
C.S. Johnson: Hi Laura! Thanks for inviting me to share along in the journey. Most of the time I take this
road alone in my own daydreamy world.

My name is C. S. Johnson, and I am an author with a new book out, The Starlight Chronicles: Slumbering, book 1 of the Starlight series. I am also a wife to my husband of almost 4 years, a new mother to my son, Leo, who is almost a year old now, a full-time teacher, a part-time tutor, and a full-time grad student at Southern New Hampshire University. I call myself a human-doing more than a human-being sometimes.

Friday, 27 September 2013

Book: Quest by Mande Matthews

Quest is book 2 in the Queen's Honor series, and the sequel to Betrothal (the review of which you can read by clicking on the link). I received a copy of Quest from the author in exchange for my review.

Picking up from the end of Betrothal, Guinevere leaves her childhood home and kingdom to make her way to Camelot, along with her cousin and best friend, Elibel. Having ridden ahead, Arthur left his best knight, Sir Lancelot, to accompany and defend Guinevere on her journey, little suspecting the feelings that are growing between his future Queen and his knight. Despite knowing that she shouldn't, Guinevere ends up close to Lancelot, and kissing him, sealing her heart against Arthur. But Morgaine see the king that her brother would become without Guinevere's influence, and knowing Guinevere's secret, she uses it to secure the marriage and seal Guinevere's fate.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Book: Viridis by Calista Taylor

Book 1 of the Viridis series. Late one night a body is found, and discovered to be that of a young Lord. Recently made an inspector, William sets out to solve the crime, introducing him to the club Viridis and its owner, Lady Phoebe Hughes. Phoebe and her only remaining family member, her brother Gabriel, run the club together, selling a herbal concoction of Phoebe's design which makes the sense more acute and increases desire, a potent combination when Phoebe's lover, Seth, returns from a year long absence, and though she tries not to fall for his charms, some things are just doomed to fail. With a rejected suitor on the path for revenge, a revolution brewing and the Secret Service sticking their noses in, can the entourage prove their innocence and solve the crime, and remain unharmed, or is that as doomed to fail as Seth and Phoebe staying away from each other?

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Thursday, 26 September 2013

Book: Tempting Bella by Diana Quincy

I received a copy of Tempting Bella from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

After being forced into a marriage to settle a debt whilst teenagers, Mirabella, also known as Bella, and Sebastian are married. After 6 years of not seeing each other it is time for them to reunite as husband and wife and perform their duties towards one another. But all is not as simple as that. Having felt abandoned for the past 6 years, Bella is holding on to some resentment towards her husband, and Sebastian is carrying around a lot of frustratement, having been faithful to his wife, and therefore celibate for 6 years. What neither party suspects is that an attractive stranger met by chance at the opera is actually their spouse, and even with a certain amount of mistrust there is something between them...

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Serial: Tria by Zachary Bonelli

Tria is episode 4 of the serial, Voyage Embarkation.

On Kal's arrival in Lehr he is attacked by corded worm creatures and herded towards a landmark with which he is familiar, but is he being taken there for good and pure reasons, or is he there to be harmed? When Kal wakes up he is faced with an apparition that is identical to him in every way, and is just as scared. The apparition introduces himself as Tria, and has even less of an idea about how they got there than Kal does. In a world long abandoned by humans, you can imagine the stir that Kal's appearance stirs and the consequences...

Link to Goodreads 
Link to amazon

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Book: Legend of Kor by D R Hirsch

Book 1 of the God Games trilogy. I received a copy of Legend of Kor from the author in exchange for my honest review.

Ann, Ed, Tom and Glenna are energynauts, agents of ONE, the energy force that created the universe. The four friends are sent to the planet Kor, a small planet made up of four conjoined countries, Selve, Wale, Emon and Voun. The people of Kor are being suppressed by the dictator from Selve, Gog, and need to be brought together in order to defeat him. That is where the energynauts come in, with their ability to thought travel and fully integrate with the locals, they are able to bring the group of resistance leaders together.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Book: 24 Bones by Michael F Stewart

Contrary to what you might think, the religion of Ancient Egypt is alive and well, in the form of the myth of Seth, Horus, Isis and Osiris. For details of the Legend itself please see the bottom of the review. After this legend three secrets sects were created, the Shemsu Seth, wielders of the Void, the Shemsu Hor, wielders of the Fullness, and the Sisters of Isis, wielders of neither or the balance. Once every 500 years the Fullness wanes and disappears, and the Osiris must be reborn. The battle between Seth and the Wedjet, or Horus, is replayed and balance should be restored. Samiya, known as Sam, was given over to the Shemsu Hor at a young age, in order to fulfill her place in the prophecy, whilst young Dawid, going by David once he leaves Egypt, is branded as part of the initiation ceremony into the Shemsu Hor, but it goes wrong. Many years later the stage is set for the showdown, whether balance or chaos reigns is all dependent on a select few individuals, leading to a race to the 24 Bones of the mythical Spine of Osiris, and ultimately a showdown at a very prolific location!

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Promo: Deadly to Love by Mia Hoddell


Deadly to Love (Elemental Killers #1)
by Mia Hoddell
Release Date: February 2013

Genre: YA/Romance/Paranormal/Fantasy
ASIN: B00BDQ3QGA
ISBN: 978-1-291-41025-9

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Cover Reveal: Crimson Dawn by Amos Cassidy

Introducing the cover of the third book in the Crimson Series, Crimson Dawn!


Released 25th October!

Book: Jaxon Prayer by Rachel West

I received a copy of Jaxon Prayer from the author in exchange for my honest review.

Evie lives in the slums of Haven, and one day she unwittingly rescues a member of the upper class, the Millennials, from a violent mugging. Several weeks later the Millennial, called Jaxon, reappears asking to stay at Evie's apartment. She says that he can on the condition that he helps her to rescue her sister, Annie, who was taken to one of the prison farms when she was ten years old. He agrees and the two of them set out on their adventure, along with Evie's friend and self-appointed protector, Red.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Book: The White Queen by Philippa Gregory

Book 1 of The Cousin's War.

The White Queen follows the story of the Queen of York, Elizabeth Woodville, from her first meeting with her husband, King Edward IV, to the beginning of the end of the War of the Roses. It follows her as she supports the man she loves through battles, and copes with living in sanctuary with her daughters, to overcoming her distrust of Richard III, particularly after the well known conspiracy regarding the Princes in the tower. One of the first commoners to become a queen, she sparked changes in the dynamics of the English court, and knowingly or not, she founded a dynasty that is still going today.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Monday, 23 September 2013

Blog Tour & Guest Post: The House by Sebastiana Randone

A woman finds herself in a mysterious house, and is transported to a past era, whilst there she becomes pregnant and gives birth to a baby boy. She later returns to the mysterious house, and is transported to another time period, where she meets younger relations of the previous characters she met.

Book: A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest

I received a copy of A Shade of Vampire from the author in exchange for my honest review.

It is the night of Sofia's 17th birthday and heartbroken by her best friend, Ben's, rejection, she takes a walk on the beach. Here she is kidnapped and she wakes up to find that the man who kidnapped her is called Lucas and she is intended to become the slave to the vampire Prince of the Shade, Derek. When Derek wakes up, after sleeping for 400 years, he is instantly drawn to Sofia, and she is to him. But Sofia will do almost anything to stop herself falling for the vampire, which isn't helped by his protectiveness of her after his brother, Lucas, attacks her.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Saturday, 21 September 2013

Promo: Slumbering by C S Johnson

The synopsis of the story: 

Sixteen-year-old Hamilton Dinger is an above-average teenager. He’s got the grades for the top of the class, the abilities of a star athlete and Tetris player, and the charisma to get away with anything. Everything seems to be going along perfectly as he enters into tenth grade at Apollo Central High School. Everything, that is, until a meteor crashes into the city, unleashing a whirlwind of evil and awakening a deep, hidden power as the long battle between good and evil continues. Bringing an abrupt halt to the easygoing pace of Hamilton’s life, he and his longtime dormant supernatural powers are caught up in the middle of things when his comfort zone is turned into a war zone. On top of everything else, there’s the homecoming game, the school play, and the history test to worry about. Can Hamilton overcome his ignorance and narrow-mindedness to see what is truly real? Can he give up his self-proclaimed entitlement to happiness in order to follow the call of a duty he doesn’t want? More importantly, will he willingly sacrifice all he has to find out the truth?

The Starlight Chronicles: Slumbering (Book 1 of the Starlight series) can be found at Amazon.comBN.comBooksamillion.com, and Westbowpress.com.

Author Bio: 

With a “gift” for sarcasm and a love of wit, C. S. Johnson is the writer of The Starlight Chronicles series. She currently lives in Atlanta with her family, cats and caffeine addiction. She can be found on Twitter at C_S_Johnson13 or at her blog, and check out the novel's Facebook page

Friday, 20 September 2013

Travel & Culture Week Introduction and Invite


After beginning to put out feelers to authors and writers of Travel & Culture books, the response is already greater than I expected (which is a good thing!), and so I have decided that Travel & Culture Week will be happening between the 4th and the 10th of November, which is still plenty of time to get involved!

I already have a diverse range of writers, but if you want to get involved, the more the merrier! My aim is to post during this week interviews, reviews and guest posts, with the possibility of doing a giveaway. If you are interested then please email me at laura.bookreviewer@yahoo.com.

The reason I have chosen to do Travel & Culture together is because I have found that the barriers between the two are crossed so often that it is nearly impossible to tell the difference anymore!

I'm really excited about doing something different! And I hope you are too!

Grab the Travel & Culture Week Button
trips down imagination road

Book: Sworn to Transfer by Terah Edun

I received a copy of Sworn to Transfer from the author in exchange for my review. Sworn to Transfer is the second book in the Courtlight Series, and the sequel to Sworn to Raise

With her powers now unlocked, Ciardris Weathervane is a powerful mage, with very little training and a penchant for getting into trouble, albeit accidentally. Even after foiling several assassination attempts on the Prince Heir, Sebastian, Ciardris still hasn't become his official companion. When her mentor is changed, through no choice of her own, or her mentor, Lady Serena's, to Madame Amber, the head of the Companions Guild, she ends up sent to a forest in an attempt to solve the mystery behind the recent spate of kith deaths. Her journey along the way is filled with her usual adventures, not all of them good, and she ends up with more questions than answers.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Book: Briar Rose by Jana Oliver

I received a copy of Briar Rose via the goodreads First Read program.

Briar loves everything to do with fairy tales, and always has done, but when she wakes up in one of her very own, she soon finds out that fairy tales aren't all charming Princesses, brave Princes and Happily Ever Afters. When Briar succumbs to the curse that should have killed her when she turned 16, her best friend Reena is determined to enter her curse dream and save her, as is Joshua Quinn, the son of her mother's enemy. Whilst Reena and Joshua makes plans to save her, Briar has run into the handsome stable hand, Ruric, who helps her fit in under the regime of the Regent, who is ruling until Princess Aurora awakens. Can Briar find her prince and break the curse, or has she already found him?

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Thursday, 19 September 2013

Guest Post: The Broken Gift by Daniel Friedmann

Have your children ever asked you the question “How did we get here?” What is going on? Kids are taught evolution in school and creationism in Sunday school with both authorities claiming to be right.

Have you found yourself not making much progress in clarifying the topic to their satisfaction? When my nephews and nieces first asked this question. I then discovered that almost every person has at some point in their life pondered the same question. I decided to work through these issues when I  wrote my two books “The Genesis One Code” and “The Broken Gift.”

My new book deals with this topic head on, in a new way.  The Broken Gift carefully examines the relationship between scientific theory and biblical teachings. The book approaches the human origins debate from a fresh perspective informed by both scientific and scriptural research. The book demonstrates alignment between key events and their dates relating to the appearance and early history of our species as described in Genesis

 In The Broken Gift,  you’ll discover what Adam and Eve were really like, did Noah, Noah’s ark and the flood really happen. Where is the garden of Eden and much more interesting, fascinating information.

There is also a free companion iPhone app, Bible Clock (http://danielfriedmannbooks.com/the-genesis-one-code/), enter Scientific time in the Bible Clock to find the corresponding biblical time and explore what other events were going on around the same time.

What surprises readers the most is that the Bible and Science are mostly in agreement as to what happened and how - although not completely on when it happened, and by studying both the Bible and Science we can get as close as we have ever gotten to understand how we came to be.
So, how did we get here? See if you agree or disagree. Either way, you will be fascinated!


  
About Daniel Friedmann
 
Daniel Friedmann is CEO of MDA Corp., specializing in robotics. He has a master's in engineering physics and 30 years' experience in the space industry. He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers on space industry topics. He is also a longtime student of cosmology and religion. The Genesis One Code is currently available on<a href=” http://www.amazon.com/Genesis-One-Code-Daniel-Friedmann/dp/1935764276/ “>Amazon.com and the Broken Gift at http://www.amazon.com/The-Broken-Gift-Daniel-Friedmann/dp/0978457226

Book: Crimson Darkness by Amos Cassidy

I received a copy of Crimson Darkness, book 2 in the Crimson Series and sequel to Crimson Midnight, from the authors, because they are awesome!

Picking up after the events of Crimson Midnight, London has been plunged into darkness due to a rift that was caused by the release of the Fey power. With the majority of the human residents evacuated, it is down to the supernatural community to save the city, but the shields they have put in place can only last so long and the clock is ticking. Having been unconscious for a month, Rose wakes up to find the city she knew in ruins, and to say she is mad would be an understatement. Finally knowing what she is, and the important role which she has to play, Rose joins again with her friends to help save the world, though she also has to battle some personal demons, including the truth about her mother, and her feelings for Roman, and what that means for her.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Blog Tour: Dark Souls by Ketley Allison

I received a copy of Dark Souls as part of this blog tour in exchange for a review.

Emily doesn't know what is happening to her, but she doesn't think she is going crazy like her mother did. When demons in hidden form attack her, she attacks back, not only killing the demon, but erasing the human host from existence as well. As well as that, she has to deal with her growing connection to Asher, a mysterious and handsome stranger, that her friend Macy wants to set her up with. But is Asher all he seems? And can Emily discover what she is in time? And what is it she has to be in time for?

Blog Tour: Divine Destiny by Joanna Grace

I received a copy of Divine Destiny as part of this blog tour in exchange for my review.

Avery thought that she was a normal woman, until one day one of her closest friends turned on her, which released her powers. Arriving just in time, Avery is saved by Ryse, the man who made her feel like a woman for the first time in her life. But Ryse has some revelations for Avery, she is by no means ordinary, she is a Divine Grace, meant to be the life mate and partner of a Deity, the current Deity Prince being Ryse. Adjusting to life in the Olympian Palace isn't easy at first, but with Ryse there as her rock, and her new friends Nikki and Bren, she soon realises that life without Ryse, and away from the other Olympians, isn't worth thinking about.

Blog Tour: Fairy in the Flesh by Katalina Leon

I received a copy of Fairy in the Flesh in exchange for my review as part of this blog tour.

Having saved for years to take a trip to France, Maya feels disappointed that she has failed to find the studio of her favourite, albeit obscure, painter, André Bosco. Eventually she stumbles upon a café and the mysterious Miss Ruby, who offers Maya a drink from a bottle of absinthe that used to belong to Bosco, and under the influence of la fée verte (the green fairy) she is transported to 1903, where she wakes up in André's studio. It quickly becomes clear to the pair of them that there relationship is not meant to be simply that between a model and a painter. Their passion increases and their love grows, but Maya has to return to her own time. Will their love survive the ages? And will it have changed the past?

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

The Liebster Award

Yesterday I was lucky enough to be nominated for the Liester Award, by both +Luna Lablue and +Illyanna Fox, so a big thank you to them!

The award works by me answering Luna and Illyana's questions and then nominating 5 bloggers and asking them a set of 11 questions of my own! So here we go!

The rules are as following: 
1. Each nominee should answer the 11 questions by the tagger.
2. Choose five bloggers with under 200 followers to pass this award to link them in your post.
3. Create 11 new questions for your chosen bloggers.
4. Go to their page and tell them about the nomination.
5. No tag backs.


Book: The XIIIth Hour at Duskland by Isis Sousa

I received a copy of The XIIIth Hour at Duskland from the author in exchange for my honest review.

One night Leonhard finds an unconscious and weak woman in the forest who has no recollection of who she is. He takes her round his property, introducing her to its inhabitants, a pair of Siamese twins, a clumsy Italian barber, and the slightly mysterious Dr Charles. At the XIIIth hour, the woman returns to the mortal world and to her death bed. Once she returns to Duskland once more, she finds that each of the characters living there has had a part to play in her life and must now reveal it to her.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon 

Monday, 16 September 2013

Book: Prince of Hearts by Margaret Foxe

I received a copy of Prince of Hearts from the author in exchange for my honest review.

Alina is an independent woman with a slight gambling problem and a secret occupation writing a serial for the newspaper, she also works as a secretary for Sasha, a man with a past that he'd rather forget. Both Alina and Sahsa try to deny the feelings that they have for each other, and yet after being pushed together when events happen that are beyond their control, and threaten everything they know, including their lives, they have to start accepting both their emotional feelings for each other and the overwhelming physical attraction they feel towards each other, whilst attempting to solve a mystery and bring peace to the tormented past.

Link to Goodreads 
Link to amazon

Sunday, 15 September 2013

Promo: Lily of the Valley by Sarah Daltry

As part of the Forget Me Not tour that I hosted earlier this week, I have been requested to promote the follow up book, Lily of the Valley, as it has just been released! (EXCITING!!!!)

Book Info:
Title: Lily of the Valley (Flowering, #1.5)
Author: Sarah Daltry
18+ New Adult romance
You met them in Forget Me Not. Now, hear Jack’s story.
Plagued by a dark past, Jack sees college as a way out. Desperate to escape the area where he grew up, the people who know his secrets, and his own family, he deals with his problems through alcohol and sex.
When he first sees Lily, she’s the epitome of everything he hates. Yet something about her makes Jack rethink everything he knows and assumes about other people. Now, with the help of his best friend and lover, Jack has to decide if he wants to pursue something that he knows will only end badly.
Can Lily be one of the few people who can see Jack for who he really is – or will his darkness be too much for her to handle?
Buy Links:
Read on to see the Trailer and Read an Excerpt!!

Interview with Wren Figueiro

Laura: I would like to welcome Wren Figueiro and thank her for joining me on trips down imagination road! First, a little about her book, Atancia. 

Blurb:
After watching a young boy die, college freshman Atancia Clark begins to have panic attacks. Her heart flutters, her breath catches and she can’t control her emotions the way she always has. She wants to be strong, but lately she just hasn’t been living up to her own expectations. When she meets Ben Althaus, her breath starts catching for entirely different reasons. He helps Atancia discover the cause for her odd emotional reactions and the history she thought was lost when her mother left her. Atancia has power beyond that of an average girl, and Ben is by no means ordinary. He wants to help her hone her talents, but her focus is threatened by life-altering events. Add Ben’s entrancing brother, Matthew, to the mix, and Atancia’s lack of clarity could lead her down a destructive path.
Atancia is a paranormal romance novel for young adults. It is the first book of The Durand Duology.

Please read on for my interview with Wren!

Saturday, 14 September 2013

First Annual Blogger Spotlight Tour: Melissa from Writer Grrl Reads


Welcome to the First Annual Blogger Spotlight Tour, hosted by The Closet Library  and This Girl Reads Alot, a Tour that introduces you to different book bloggers. So today I am spotlighting Melissa from Writer Grrl Reads, a book review blog. I was really excited when I was looking around Melissa's blog, not only is it easy to read, easy to find things and clear, but she has read (and loved!) quite a few of the same books as me...and caused me to add yet more books to my wish list!


Friday, 13 September 2013

Serial: Just a Game by Zachary Bonelli

Episode 3 of the Voyage Embarkation serial. I received a copy of Just a Game in exchange for my honest review.

In Kal's third adventure he is transported to an alternative world called Spele where his is immediately attacked by a girl called Rakan who explains that he is inside a game where children and young adults have to fight and kill each other on the behest of the adults watching. After attempting to reason with several of the young people involved, Kal gives up and is injured, only to have something of great importance be revealed to him.

Link to Goodreads
Link to amazon