Friday, May 31, 2013

Calling all bloggers: Sign up for Fall of Sky City Blog tour

Hi bloggers!

The Crazy Bookworm is looking for book bloggers to participate in a Blog Tour. What I need from you: A commitment for a book review. The book is offered in Kindle and PDF format.

Below you can find information about the book and the sign up sheet to participate. All bloggers are welcome!

If you are not interested in this tour, but know someone who would be, feel free to share!

Sign up deadline: Friday, June 7th

Reviews for this blog tour can be posted anytime between June 17th and August 1st!

Fall of Sky City

Devices of War Trilogy

Genre: New Adult Fantasy Steampunk Adventure

Publisher: Blooding Books

Date of Publication: May 3, 2013
Cover Artist: Ravven’s Glass

Number of pages: 316


Book Description:

In a world governed by the opposing forces of the mystical House of Tarot and the tribal Great Families, Synn is caught in the crossfire. He witnesses the slaughter of innocent people, and the devastating murder of his father. This act awakens his Mark of power, a Mark greater than any the world has seen in a very long time.


Queen Nix thought she won a great prize when she destroyed Synn’s father, the leader of the strongest Great Families. She had no idea she’d be doubly blessed by capturing his son. However, before Synn can become her treasured weapon, before she can use him to bring the rest of the world to its knees, she must break him and bind his soul to hers.

She does her job with brutal brilliance. Synn’s mind is broken and his soul is seared to hers in an unbreakable bond.


That doesn’t stop him from wanting to be free. She may have broken his mind and claimed his soul, but he will find a way to destroy her.


Experience a world of ships that sail the clouds and cites buried beneath the ocean, and survive the fiery battle brought forth by those who control the forces of nature!



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5 comments:

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