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Comment by Book Buzz on January 9, 2015 at 10:37am

Young Adult/Middle Grade Novel For Review
http://amzn.to/1xZlEFb

Joshua's Island
By Patrick Hodges
Publisher: iUniverse
Published: December 2014
ISBN: 9781311583727
ASIN: B00R3KEKGU
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary YA
Formats Available For Review: epub, mobi, pdf, Online reader

Joshua is small for his age. He has been bullied relentlessly for years, and all of his friends have drifted away from him. Eve is a pretty girl who has just been recruited into the popular girls’ clique. They couldn't be more different. But as they begin their final year of middle school, their lives intersect when they are paired together as lab partners in Science class.

At first reluctant to be near him, Eve soon realizes that not only is Joshua nothing like she’d been led to believe, but that their school hides a very nasty secret. The unlikely pair enter into a dangerous relationship that will teach them both the true meaning of friendship, loyalty, and most of all, love … a relationship that will not only change both of their lives forever, but the complexion of their entire school.

For review copies contact:

Patrick Hodges
Email: shrykespeare42@gmail.com
BRB: http://bookreviewbuzz.com/young-adult-joshuas-island/


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Comment by E.J. Stevens on January 8, 2015 at 8:53am

Q+A with Vanessa Barneveld Author of This Is Your Afterlife

Join us at E.J.'s blog From the Shadows for a fun Q+A with Vanessa Barneveld author of THIS IS YOUR AFTERLIFE, a young adult paranormal romance.


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Comment by Olivia Roach on January 1, 2015 at 9:01am
Book review of a heart warming romance called Come Back to Texas by K.K. Hendin. Ongoing giveaway included: http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/2015/01/come-back-to-texas-revie...

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Comment by Olivia Roach on January 1, 2015 at 3:42am
I'm Olivia-Savannah from the book blog Olivia's Catastrophe! (http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/)
 
On the 29th of January I am going to be sixteen and would love to throw a big birthday bash giveaway! I would need authors willing to giveaway either a paperback or an ebook copy of their book towards the prize. Your book would be featured on the blog, and as well as that if you want me to review it after including it, that can also be arranged! Guidelines are below.
 
Giveaway will be international so bear this in mind.
Although it doesn't have to be paperback, they usually collect more views.
You may also giveaway a giftcard or swag.
Please contact me by January 22nd if interested.
 
Contact info: lonelysearchforever@gmail.com
 
Happy new year everyone, and thank you for reading!
Comment by Legacy Devine on December 30, 2014 at 8:50am

Today check out my book review of awesome writer Lauren Kate's book Tear Drop. www.onceuponatimelegacydevine.com


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Comment by Kelly Hashway on December 22, 2014 at 7:04am

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Comment by Book Buzz on December 19, 2014 at 5:46pm

YA Fantasy/Dystopian For Review
http://amzn.to/13KvjVZ

Island Fire
(Book 1 in Island Series)
By Toby Neal
Published: December 2014
ISBN: 978-0-9896883-4-5 (print)
ISBN: 978-0-9896883-5-2 (epub)
Pages: 230
Genre: YA Fantasy
       YA Fantasy Adventure
       YA Dystopian

In the very near future, on the tiny island of Lanai, teens from very different worlds must find a way to survive when technology is destroyed.

Bea and Sam, Hawaiian kids isolated by a paranoid, alcoholic father, are thrown together with orphaned big-city pickpocket Nick when a disaster fries all technology. Aided by a mysterious `aumakua dragon that may or may not be Bea’s imaginary friend, the kids face fire, plane crashes, gangs, pit bulls, thieves, sharks, hunger, thirst and abuse in a coming-of-age that explores a post-technology world where only the strong and connected survive.

For review copies contact:

Toby Neal
Email: tobyneal0@gmail.com
Website: http://www.tobyneal.net/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tobywneal
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LeiCrimeSeries
BookBuzz: http://bookbuzz.net/blog/ya-fantasy-dystopian-adventure-island-fire/


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Comment by Book Buzz on December 19, 2014 at 4:20pm

YA Science Fiction For Review
http://amzn.to/1JrqgKf

The Ghost of Sephera
Theodore Crane YA Sci-fi Series, Book Two
By J.D. Tew
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-1503236295
ASIN: B00NZ86KBW
Pages: 417
Genre: YA Science Fiction

In a volatile Galaxy that is light-years from Earth, Theodore Crane thrusts himself and his broken crew into desolate conditions, vowing to find two valuable allies who were lost in battle.

Meanwhile, the war between two all-powerful demigods continues--the tyrannical Odion spreads his empire and the despotic Zane stalks Theodore through a shroud of resistance known as the Opposition.

Due to recent failures, the Opposition must retrench in order to rid the universe of the two demigods who are threatening the freedoms of the Galaxy. Theodore must help the Opposition's freedom fighters find hope.

Along his journey, Theodore and his crew learn of an all-powerful omnipotent mainframe, Eppa. Records of her existence suggest that she sees and records everything. If Theodore can locate Eppa, he may shift the fate of the Galaxy.

The Ghost of Sephera is a rollicking space adventure to be enjoyed by readers age twelve and up, and explores universal questions such as: Do incredible nano-engineered particles with great intelligence have the same freedoms and rights as the peoples of the galaxy? If time travel was a reality throughout the galaxy, how do we hunt down and apprehend violators? Is a vast repository with unlimited knowledge, one that records every single second since the beginning of Time and discerns every decision ever made, too powerful to exist?

The Acolytes of Crane
Theodore Crane YA Sci-fi Series, Book One
By J.D. Tew
ISBN: 978-1482547580
ASIN: B00DQBZQFO
Published: February 2013
Pages: 352
Genre: YA Science Fiction

Theodore Crane finds solace in goofy everyday pranks, in order to cope with living under the shadow of an abusive father and dealing with a belligerent bully who seeks him out at school.

One day, intervention from outer space strikes as a mysterious amulet soars into his room bearing enigmatic clues.

This causes Theodore to question everything about the universe, and the answer comes in the form of two battling intergalactic warlords who, unknown to Theodore, have been analyzing him all his life, fearing that he can unlock the secret to their defeat and demise. But this curiosity over Theodore comes at a price, for many people.

To protect his loved ones, and to avenge what has torn his family apart, Theodore must leave Earth. He is given just fourteen days to assemble a team of trustworthy friends and then convince each one to go with him on this dangerous mission.

For review copies contact:

J.D. Tew
Email: Justin.tew@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.theodorecrane.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TAOCBOOK
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TGOSBOOK
Twitter: https://twitter.com/J_D_Tew
BookBuzz: http://bookbuzz.net/blog/ya-science-fiction-the-ghost-of-sephera/


Author
Comment by Shelley Workinger on December 19, 2014 at 10:38am

Just because it's December, don't think this "Firelight" has anything to do with holidays...except perhaps as a gift for your favorite teen girl. ;)

http://bookfare.blogspot.com/2014/12/foodfic-firelight-sophie-jorda...


Author
Comment by Kelly Hashway on December 19, 2014 at 6:52am

Today I'm featuring The Regenerates by Maansi Pandya.
http://kellyhashway.blogspot.com/2014/12/friday-feature-regenerates...

 
 
 

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