The Testament of Jessie Lamb by Jane Rogers is an award winning science-fiction book taking place in the near future. This is a book that out of my comfort zoneas I usually don’t read this genre (I used to), but I’m glad I read and think it’s important to read books which you might not otherwise.
The publisher is giving away one copy of this book— use the form at the end of the post to enter.
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My review of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" by Roald Dahl
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Stop by my blog today and check out my review of Rae of Hope, as well as read my interview with W.J. May!
How hard do you have to shake a family tree to find out the truth about the past?
Fifteen-year-old Rae Kerrigan never questioned her family’s history. That is, until she accepted a scholarship to Guilder Boarding School in England. Guilder is an exclusive, gifted school. Rae has no idea what she is getting herself into or that her family’s past is going to come back and haunt her.
She learns she is part of an unparalleled group of individuals who become inked with a unique tattoo (tatú) on their sixteenth birthday. The tatú enables them to have supernatural powers particular to the shape of their ink-art. Both of her parents were inked, though Rae never knew as they passed away when she was young. Learning about her family’s past, her evil father and sacrificial mother, Rae needs to decide if there is a ray of hope in her own life.
Check out my review of Erik Larson's masterpiece "In the Garden of the Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin":
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Giving away a copy of the first Hunger Games!
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This is a review of City of Whispers: A Sharon McCone Mystery by Marcia Muller -