Friday, April 13, 2012

Blog Tour: Hunted by Cheryl Rainfield with Giveaway


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Hunted by Cheryl Rainfield
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Caitlyn is a telepath in a world where having any Paranormal power is illegal. Caitlyn is on the run from government troopers, who can enslave, torture, or even kill her, or make her hunt other Paranormals. When Caitlyn settles down in a city, she falls for Alex, a Normal (someone without Paranormal powers), which is dangerous because he can turn her in. And she discovers renegade Paranormals who want to destroy all Normals. Caitlyn must decide whether she's going to stay in hiding to protect herself, or take a stand to save the world.

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I wasn't sure what to expect from Hunted by author Cheryl Rainfield. When I read her novel Scars, I knew that she would definitely be one of those authors to look out for. So when I got the chance to read Hunted it was no surprise that I was jumping in my seat and did a little happy dance *la winky face*. However, what I was told on the back didn’t exactly give me the information to the one question I needed answered: What exactly is a Paranormal? Somewhere in the back of my mind, I assumed it was somebody who could see ghosts and that would be it. Boy was I wrong! Instead, they’re people who have superhuman abilities (that is the best way I can describe it to you).

Now, I’m sure you’re wondering how this fits into the plot. This is the best way I can describe it and I’m not sure if you’ve seen it (but I’m just gonna assume that you have), but there was that one season of that TV show Heroes where everybody with unnatural abilities were being rounded up by the government to protect the wellbeing of everybody who is normal. And that, dear readers, is exactly what Hunted is. Except that Hunted is set in a world where it is completely okay to round up Paranormals, and we get to see what kind of a world it is from the point of view of a Para (short for Paranormal) on the run; our main character Caitlyn.

So when the novel began, I was surprised to see that we were just thrown into a fast paced car ride where Caitlyn and her mother are being hunted by Government Troopers and Government Paras. Already I was enthralled and had to read on. One of the main points in the novel was Caitlyn’s brother Daniel, so you can imagine my surprise when we end up meeting Daniel only a few chapters later. I don’t want to give anything away, but I will tell you that Daniel was so not who I expected him to be. And when you read the novel, you will see why.

There were a few points in the novel as it proceeded where I was confused with how Caitlyn and her Mother were getting away with so many things via the internet and mailing system, when the government is said to have been watching and scanning everything. A part of me wishes that we got to see more detail on how they got away with schemes like those, but: c’est la vie. Besides that, as the novel progressed and we got to see what a Government controlled high school looks like, I found that out of Caitlyn’s limited amount of friends, I was really disappointed with her love interest Alex. But I only felt this way after a short scene in the novel where he spoke about the Para’s the way that most Para-haters did. However, as the novel continued, I was starting to fall in love with him. Not only does he have such a tragic past, but his willingness to put himself in the face of danger for Caitlyn’s sake had my heart melting.

The story itself was full of so much drama and mystery. I personally can say that I loved all of the suspense that came with the plot and characters, not to mention all of the superhuman powers and abilities that just made the novel above and beyond. I would recommend this to fans of Dystopian government controlled worlds and to fans of the sci-fi/romance genre. Hunted is definitely worth a read.

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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Bewitching Book Tours: Rise From Darkness by Ciara Knight - Character Interview

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Rise From Darkness by Ciara Knight!
We are thrilled to have super sexy newly fallen angel, Alexander, stop by
for a quick Q & A  with Ciara herself *sighhhhhh*

Alexander Lorre gives new meaning to the term “tormented teen”. He’s a newly fallen angel, which means he has the self-control of a three-year-old, the hormones of a teenager and the strength of an angel. When he rescues Gaby Moore from drowning, the chemistry between them is undeniable. With a local demon threatening Gaby’s life, he struggles to find a balance between remaining close enough to protect her but distant enough to control his desires.

As danger draws closer, Gaby uncovers shattering secrets that will lead to an ultimate choice. Will she fight alongside her father, an earthbound hunter killing fallen angels and demons, give into the demon blood coursing through her veins and join the demon world, or save the man she loves from both? The first two choices damn her, but the last one could destroy them all.

I thought it would be great for readers to learn a little more about Alexander from my new release, RISE FROM DARKNESS. This is book I of the Battle for Souls series.

Ciara: What is your favorite food?

Alexander: Comfort food that my earthbound mother, Grace, makes. *rubs belly* Chocolate chip pancakes with sausage and coffee is the best.

Ciara: *stomach growls* Sounds delicious. Is she a good cook?

Alexander: The best!

Ciara: What food do you dislike the most?

Alexander: Rotten Pumpkins *shivers*

Ciara: Ah, why would you eat a rotten pumpkin?

Alexander: Long story, but when we first fell our bodies demanded food but we didn’t understand what that was. I tried to eat the only thing I found.

Ciara: That must’ve been tough. Were you alone when you fell?

Alexander: *Swallows hard* No, my sister fell with me, but we were both confused. Grace found us and brought us home to Kemp. She has taken care of us ever since.

Ciara: Favorite time of the day?

Alexander: Watching the sun set from our front porch looking over the ocean.

Ciara: That sounds lovely. You live on the beach? Isn’t it crowded in Florida?

Alexander: In most places, but we live in a small town called Kemp. It’s isolated which is probably why so many demons hang out there.

Ciara: I’m surprised they don’t enjoy the city.

Alexander: They do, but only at night when people are more vulnerable. In a small town, they can manipulate people easier because they tend to be alone more.

Ciara: Oh, gotcha. Favorite book/author?

Alexander: Raven by Edgar Allen Poe

Ciara: *chuckles*

Alexander: What?

Ciara: Seriously? You don’t see the connection.


Ciara: Never mind. Why do you hang outside of Gaby’s bedroom window so much.

Alexander: *blushes* How do you know-well, I calm her dreams. Forras, a local demon likes to torment her. I’m just trying to protect her from a fate worse than death.

Ciara: You don’t like Forras much do you? Why is that?

Alexander: *snarls* Because he’s a demon.

Ciara: I heard that demons were fallen angels, too. They just made one more bad choice to fall further from Heaven.

Alexander: Humph. If you call pledging your soul to Satan a bad choice.

Ciara: Is there any hope that you will rise to Heaven again someday?

Alexander: No one is completely sure, but I believe if I protect the innocent from demons that I’ll win my right to return.

Ciara: And Gaby is the first for you to save?

Alexander: Yes. I’m just watching over her for protection.

Ciara: Sure you are. *stifles giggle* Thanks so much for chatting with me today, Alexander. I’ll let you get back to watching out for everything that goes bump in the night.

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Review of Under My Skin (Wildlings #1) by Charles de Lint with Giveaway

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From "one of the world's leading fantasists" comes an exhilarating new series that will thrill teen and adult readers alike.

For the past six months, something has been happening to young people in Santa Feliz. Week after week, there's news of another teen changing shape, transforming from human to wild animal and back again. The federal government has stepped in, running public service announcements calling for affected youth to turn themselves in for "orientation and training."

Josh Saunders has seen the news reports, but he is still unprepared when it happens to him. One minute he's arguing with his mother's boyfriend and the next, he is looming over the man, blood dripping from his claws—he has transformed into a mountain lion. When he switches back to his human body, he knows his life has changed forever. He has become a Wildling.

Trusting only his best friends Des and Marina with his secret, Josh tries to return to regular living. But an encounter with Elzie, another Wildling, brings him unwanted attention from the authorities. And when an accidental betrayal reveals Josh's secret, his carefully constructed cover is ripped apart, forcing his friends to intervene. They must grudgingly put their trust in others, including other Wildlings—and, most challenging, in each other—if they ever hope to save him.
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Basically, it’s a story about a bunch of teens from a town called Santa Feliz, who are turning into shape shifters known as Wildlings. What sort of shape shifters? Well, they can be bunnies, mice, otters…even mountain lions! So, not your average shape shifter story.

Under My Skin pretty much revolves around the main characters Josh Saunders who learns that he is a Wildling and must learn to come to terms with this change. Not only that, but he must also try to survive and thwart an enemy who is capturing Wildlings who experiment on them, and don’t survive. He also must come to grip with a possibility that he is leader who will change the way life for Wildlings.

The writing style of Charles de Lint is so captivating. He has successfully captured the way in which teens would speak, which made this book even more believable. The way in which he describes this world is very intriguing. I can totally picture myself in this world he’s created. I could almost smell the ocean, feel the sand between my toes…On the flip side, I could also see the vivid details of the different deaths described in the book, smell the blood and feel the pain.

With that being said, I found that the story did take a while to get going, especially with Josh learning to deal with his Wildlings way, and there really wasn’t much action. I had a hard time trying to stay focused on the book, although the very first chapter did start off with a bang, and caught my attention early. Once the story did pick up and started to unfold, my attention was all about Under My Skin. It was full of action and suspense, and was written with so much emotion. The pages were just flying by, and the ending came all too soon. I personally wish that that pace I had experienced near the mid-end of the book had started earlier.

If you are a fan of stories that have to do with shape shifters, then this book is definitely for you. Don’t hesitate in grabbing a copy for yourself!

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Blog Tour: 2108: Eyes Open by K.L. Glanville - Review with Giveaway

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2108: Eyes Open by K.L. Glanville
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It’s the year 2108. I just turned 16. That means I can access the autopilot on my Aerokopa. So now, I can both fly and scope the Dat-X at the same time. But what good is that when I don’t even have a date to my best friend’s party of the century? Okay, well, one of the Holdouts offered to go with me . . . but there’s NO WAY I’m going with one of them! And then there are the Trollers docked at the quay. They’re most likely spies working with the Aliens, bringing nothing but trouble. But with this visit, they may even bring war. It would be treason to talk to them, let alone . . . befriend one. But what’s a curious girl to do? Did I tell you I have a propensity for trouble?

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If there is one genre that I absolutely adore for its creativity it’s Science Fiction, or what you guys know as sci-fi. But what makes sci-fi even better is when it has a bit of dystopia in the mix. I have been yet to find something of the sort up until I read 2108: Eyes Open (and it’s a series! Yay!). Placed in a world where aliens have touched down on our planet and invaded, the only safe place for people who don’t want to become Bionics is New Zealand where our curious main character, Jewel, finds herself in a really really risky position.  

I went into the novel blind, the back of the novel didn’t tell me much and I expected the novel to be much like other sci-fi novels—or it would be a lot like Startrek. Well, after going past the first two chapters I was struck with the realization that this novel would be nothing like my imagination. Not only was there teenage drama (still! Almost ninety years into the future teenagers still have drama!), but there were still common teenage worries that Jewel experienced. The main one being finding a date for her best friends’ party.

Queue the totally hot, Bionic boy who was literally brought to Jewel by the ocean. Forge was a futuristic guy who would have every female reader crushing on him...hard. He can breathe underwater, is incredibly strong and was still sweet and wanted something that everybody wants; privacy. When I was first introduced to Forge, I found him interesting, especially because of all the tattoos on his face, each one indicating something in an alien language. Now, despite having read the description in the novel—I had a clear idea of how he was supposed to look because of the illustrations in the novel.

You heard me correctly: illustrations. In fact this was the first YA novel I have read that had illustrations.  When I came across my first one, I was completely shocked. But, I am proud to say that I loved them. It felt like they gave the story so much more depth and made it so much easier to picture all the technology, people and details of the future. As the novel progressed, I noticed that we came across so many twists and turns that it was almost crazy. And I loved that most about the novel (#truestory).

I would recommend this novel to somebody who wants a futuristic dystopian that they won’t soon forget. Fans of science fiction and romance will definitely love the novel. And just in case you find yourself confused with the futuristic teenage slang, there was even a nifty little dictionary at the back of the book, which I thought was completely “natch”. (Which I believe means “cool” in K.L. Glanville’s 2108 world).

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Monday, April 9: Mother Daughter Book Club (guest post & giveaway)

Wednesday, April 11: Chapter by Chapter (book review & giveaway)

Thursday, April 12: Beautiful Blank Pages (author interview & giveaway), Adriana Ryan’s Blog (author interview & giveaway), Book Journey (book review)

Friday, April 13: My Guilty Obsession (book review & character interview with Jewel)

Saturday, April 14: The Children’s and Teen’s Book Connection (author interview)

Sunday, April 15: Stiletto Story Time (book review & giveaway)

Monday, April 16: Young Adult Books–What We’re Reading (book review)

Happy Reading!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday: Alice In Zombieland by Gena Showalter

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine,
and specifically spotlights upcoming
novels we can't wait to read.

Our WoW for this week is...

She won’t resist until she’s sent every walking corpse back to its grave. Forever.

Had anyone told Alice Bell that her entire life would change course between one heartbeat and the next, she would have laughed. From blissful to tragic, innocent to ruined? Please. But that’s all it took. One heartbeat. A blink, a breath, a second, and everything she knew and loved was gone.

Her father was right. The monsters are real….

To avenge her family, Ali must learn to fight the undead. To survive, she must learn to trust the baddest of the bad boys, Cole Holland. But Cole has secrets of his own, and if Ali isn’t careful, those secrets might just prove to be more dangerous than the zombies….

I wish I could go back and do a thousand things differently.
I'd tell my sister no.
I'd never beg my mother to talk to my dad.
I'd zip my lips and swallow those hateful words.
Or, barring all of that, I'd hug my sister, my mom and my dad one last time.
I'd tell them I love them.
I wish... Yeah, I wish.

Expected Release Date: September 25, 2012
Publisher: Harlequin Teen

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Review of Above by Leah Bobet

An extraordinary debut urban fantasy about dangers outside and in.

Matthew has loved Ariel from the moment he found her in the tunnels, her bee's wings falling away. They live in Safe, an underground refuge for those fleeing the city Above--like Whisper, who speaks to ghosts, and Jack Flash, who can shoot lightning from his fingers.

But one terrifying night, an old enemy invades Safe with an army of shadows, and only Matthew, Ariel, and a few friends escape Above. As Matthew unravels the mystery of Safe's history and the shadows' attack, he realizes he must find a way to remake his home--not just for himself, but for Ariel, who needs him more than ever before.

ABOVE is the debut of an amazing new voice.
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I honestly didn’t know where to start with this review. Do I start with the completely diverse and unforgettable characters that Leah Bobet has created? Perhaps the world building that Bobet did when creating the two worlds, Safe and Above? Or maybe I could start with just how unique ABOVE is, and the way in which the story was told?

To me, Above was like this in depth campfire story. All eyes and ears are on the storyteller. What makes a good campfire story? The weaving of the tale…And that is exactly what you will find when you read Above. The intricate ways in which Bobet has her main character, Teller aka Matthew, weave the tales of the different characters in the story was done to perfection. Bobet gives us the opportunity to read how each character managed to make their way into Safe, by telling us their backstory in the way of a tale within a tale. I felt a closer connection to many of the characters, and it seemed as though they were coming to life after every page turn.

The love story between Teller and Ari was heartbreaking. It was emotional and deep, and not like any love story that I have read in a long time. It pretty much broke down to “Would you sacrifice love for everything you’ve ever known?” Gah! Just thinking about the ending again is pulling at the heart strings.

I will admit that it did take me a bit to get into the book. I was getting easily confused with capitalization of the “A” in Above and the “S” in Safe. I wasn’t quite grasping the concept that they were actual places. I also had to start getting used to the different vocabulary used in the book. Because the residents of Safe fear the people/whitejackets from Above, they used different words to describe things, or didn’t have a word for something, but understood the meaning of the word somehow. I didn’t quite understand what the deal with the shadows and with Corner were as things were happening in the beginning. It took me a while into the book to get a firm grasp and understanding of them.

But if you can power through the first half, and get through the nitty gritty, you will find hidden under all of that a beautiful story of perseverance, survivability, and love.

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Review of Unafraid (Archangel Academy #3) by Michael Griffo with Giveaway

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The boarding school known as Archangel Academy possesses a legacy of secrets known only to a privileged few. For in this peaceful, charming part of England lives a population of vampires at war with one another--and Michael Howard is caught in the middle of it all. . .

When Michael left his small Nebraska hometown to enroll at Archangel Academy, he couldn't have imagined how much the experience would change him. Once mortal, Michael is now a vampire with a destiny that was foretold long ago, and a group of friends with their own mysterious abilities.

But there are enemies too, some of them hiding in plain sight. Being strong enough to defend himself isn't enough. Michael must find a way to protect his entire race of vampires. Dark forces within the school will drive everyone to take sides in the escalating violence. And for all his new powers, Michael will discover that love, jealousy, and vengeance have a danger all their own. . .
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I was soooo pumped to read Michael Griffo’s third, Archangel Academy novel (and hey! I noticed that the author and the main character have the same name). I had to know what would happen next after the ending that Unwelcome gave us. There were so many questions swarming my mind; what happens to David? Is Phaedra really gone? Will Ciaran notice the error of his ways? And the hundreds of questions that revolved around Ronan’s sister, Saoirse. While I won’t give you the answers (since that would be cheating and meaning tons of spoilers *la narrowed eyes face*) I will tell you that all of those questions are answered in the novel. Which is a total plus.

The one thing about the title that I found strange was the word afraid because as you all know (or at least I’m assuming you know since this is a review for a sequel) that there is no real reason for Michael to be afraid at double A (Archangel Academy). I mean, despite the waging war between vamps and the headmaster being obsessed with Zachariel, there is nothing for Michael to fear. Or is there…? Basically the entire novel revolved around Michael not fearing anything that comes with the life as a water vamp, since it was established in Unwelcome that Michael would have to learn to adjust to being a water vamp—including all of the enemies and risks that comes with it.

The novel started at an interesting pace, not only was it the day of Michael’s birth, but it was the conclusion of the prologue that totally piqued my interest. It ends with headmaster David Zachary/big bad water vamp hater/Brania’s father watching (but more like peeping) on the water vamp couple, Ronan and Michael. Despite how over the top creepy that is, it had me dying to know just what else David Zachary would be willing to do. As the novel progressed we were introduced to a character from Ronan’s past who apparently betrayed not only the Well but Ronan himself; Morgandy who may not be all that he appears to be. And there’s also the return of Penry’s sister Ruby who might also not be who we all think she is. Throughout the novel there were plenty of gasp-worthy moments and scenes where I would be racing to find out what happens next, I absolutely loved the way that Griffo constantly had Brania comparing her ways of “parenting” Imogene to the ways that David treated and raised Brania, and I could easily feel all of her cross emotions towards her father.

All in all a great read, and definitely my favorite novel in the whole Archangel Academy series… so far. Obviously if you loved or enjoyed the first two novels you won’t be disappointed with the latest installment and if you haven’t read the series yet (in which case you should be glad that this review has almost 0 spoilers) and are a fan of vampire lore you should definitely check out Griffo’s twist on the modern vampire world. With an ending that left me awestruck and begging for more, what wasn’t to love?

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Monday, April 09, 2012

Blog Tour: Review of Here (On The Otherside #1) by Denise Grover Swank

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Sixteen year old Julia Phillips buries herself in guilt after killing her best friend Monica in a car accident. Julia awoke in the hospital with a broken leg, a new talent for drawing and false memories of the accident, in which she dies and Monica lives. The doctors attribute this to her head injury, but no one can explain how a bracelet engraved with her name ended up at the scene of the accident. A bracelet no one has ever seen before.

Classmate Evan Whittaker paid Julia no attention before the accident, let alone after. Now suddenly he’s volunteering to tutor her and offering to drive her home. She can't ignore that his new obsession started after his two-day disappearance last week and that he wears a pendant she’s been drawing for months. When the police show up one night looking for Evan, he begs Julia to run with him, convincing her that Monica is still alive. Julia agrees to go, never guessing where he’s really from.
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I will admit that the first thing that drew me to this book was the cover. Eerily beautiful… Then I read the synopsis, and I was done. Hooked!

From the very first chapter straight through to the very end, this book captivated my attention. There was so much emotion poured in the pages of this book, how could you not sit up and notice!

The author, Denise Grover Swank, does a fantastic job of depicting the seriousness of loss and the impact it has on everyone, especially with Julia Phillips. Julia was involved in the same car accident as her best friend, Monica. Julia lived…Monica did not. We see in the early chapters just how devastated Julia is with this, and how she is slowly trying to deal with her life now, and we also see the struggles that her family goes through as well.

I loved that this book! The book is pretty much split in half. The first half, we go through the day to day of Julia’s life after her best friend’s death. We witness how her fellow classmates perceive her, as well as her teachers. Just when Julia thinks things just won’t get better, enter Evan. *insert sigh* I will admit, that I crushed on Evan like there was no tomorrow. He reminded me of a little bit of Edward Cullen from Twilight, and a dash of Max Evans from Roswell. He is sweet, and endearing and his actions are very white knight. All the characters found in the pages of Here all have a personality of their very own, and that’s what I loved so much about this book.

Not only did I get to seriously crush over Evan, but then we meet Reese, who is so very swoon worthy. I only wish that there was more of Reese in the first half! It was pretty much we meet him, and then craziness ensues. BUT we do see quite a lot more of him in the second half of the book, which is where I fell for him. What was a little unbelieveable for me was how Julia was able to declare her feelings for him so strongly after having only met him for a week…or was it REALLY only a week… Intrigued? I really can’t give you more without giving away the “gasp” factor of the book.

The second half is where all the heart stopping action begins, and where we are thrown in to a tale of Dystopian proportions. It is pretty much non-stop action! I flew through the last half, completely devouring it and am still craving more! It was a lot of wondering who to trust, and what will seriously happen next? It was an emotional race to the end, with a perfect cliff hanger to segue into a second book.

At first, as I was reading about Evan’s sudden obsession, fascination and devotion for Julia, I was already rolling my eyes, thinking “oh great, another instant love” type scenario. Well…it’s not. It may seem like it at first…but you’ll just have to read the book to find out why! I loved the twists and turns found in this book. And yes, there were a few parts in the book where tears met my eyes. Those scenes were written with so much emotion and love I couldn’t help but shed a tear (or two or three). There is just so much more that I want to say, but I don’t want to give away the awesome plot twists for you. You’ll just have to trust me!

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Sunday, April 08, 2012

Cover Reveal: Greta & The Goblin King by Chloe Jacobs

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Greta & The Goblin King by Chloe Jacobs!
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September 2012!

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Greta & The Goblin King
by Chloe Jacobs
Expected Pub. Date:
November 13, 2012
Entangled Publishing

While trying to save her brother four years ago, Greta was thrown into the witch’s fire herself, falling through a portal to a dangerous world where humans are the enemy, and every ogre, goblin, and ghoul has a dark side that comes out with the full moon.

To survive, seventeen-year-old Greta has hidden her humanity and taken the job of bounty hunter—and she’s good at what she does. So good, she’s caught the attention of Mylena’s young Goblin King, the darkly enticing Isaac, who invades her dreams and undermines her determination to escape.

But Greta’s not the only one looking to get out of Mylena. The full moon is mere days away, and an ancient evil knows she’s the key to opening the portal. If Greta fails, she and the lost boys of Mylena will die. If she succeeds, no world will be safe from what follows her back…

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Team Abnegation $100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Welcome to the Team Abnegation $100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway. During the month of April HarperTeen is promoting the release of the book Insurgent by Veronica Roth. This giveaway was organized by Team Abnegation to help promote the release of that book. To learn more about this book series please visit the Publisher's Website:

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