Thursday, August 16, 2012

Last Days of Freedom Hop

It's the end of summer.  My kids officially start school on the 21st.  So for us, it is the Last Days of Freedom.  I go  back to work on the 20th.  (I love working for the local school district, so I can have the summer off too!)  My son gets braces on the 20th, so it's crazy trying to get all of the last minute things done.

Thanks The Elliott Review & I am a Reader, Not a Writer for organizing this hop.

I have a choice of 3 books.  One winner can pick one  book of the three.  I will ship from the Book Depository or gift is as a kindle, winner's choice which one they would like.


Here are the books:



Forgotten description: Each night at precisely 4:33 am, while sixteen-year-old London Lane is asleep, her memory of that day is erased. In the morning, all she can "remember" are events from her future. London is used to relying on reminder notes and a trusted friend to get through the day, but things get complicated when a new boy at school enters the picture. Luke Henry is not someone you'd easily forget, yet try as she might, London can't find him in her memories of things to come. 

When London starts experiencing disturbing flashbacks, or flash-forwards, as the case may be, she realizes it's time to learn about the past she keeps forgetting-before it destroys her future.



Eden descriptionEve knew the stories of the Fall, of a time before she wandered into the colony of Eden, unable to recall anything but her name. She's seen the aftermath of the technology that infused human DNA with cybernetic matter, able to grow new organs and limbs, how it evolved out of control. The machine took over and the soul vanished. A world quickly losing its humanity isn't just a story to her though. At eighteen, this world is Eve's reality. 

In their Fallen world, love feels like a selfish luxury, but not understanding what it is makes it difficult to choose between West, who makes her feel alive but keeps too many secrets, and Avian, who has always been there for her, but is seven years her senior. 

The technology wants to spread and it won't stop until there is no new flesh to assimilate. With only two percent of the human population left, mankind is on the brink of extinction. While fighting to keep Eden alive, Eve will discover that being human is about what you will do for those you love, not what your insides may be made of. And even if it gets you killed, love is always what separates them from the Fallen.


Dark Eden description: Fifteen-year-old Will Besting is sent by his doctor to Fort Eden, an institution meant to help patients suffering from crippling phobias. Once there, Will and six other teenagers take turns in mysterious fear chambers and confront their worst nightmares—with the help of the group facilitator, Rainsford, an enigmatic guide. When the patients emerge from the chamber, they feel emboldened by the previous night's experiences. But each person soon discovers strange, unexplained aches and pains. . . . What is really happening to the seven teens trapped in this dark Eden?
Patrick Carman's Dark Eden is a provocative exploration of fear, betrayal, memory, and— ultimately—immortality.
There are some other Giveaways going on right now.  Check the upper side bar for the links!  Some have low entries.
Rules etc:
You must be 13 or older to enter. (If under 18 have parental permission to enter.) You must live in an area that the book depository doesn't charge shipping to or be able to accept a kindle gifted book.  Please see my full giveaway policy in the right side bar.  Entry is through the rafflecopter form.  There is one mandatory entry, the rest are optional.
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3 comments:

  1. I love Harry Potter in book series though I haven't read all those yet, but the first book is awesome than the movie itself. the book is more detailed and exciting. I had finished all the movies and so much thrilled to finish reading all the books!

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  2. Stopping by from the hop!

    Thanks so much for the giveaway. :)

    ~Jess

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