Hey everyone! We are thrilled to be able to announce the hosts for A.J. Paquette's PARADOX Blog Tour.
The tour runs for two weeks - June 17th-21st and June 24th-28th - and there are a total of fourteen stops on this two-week tour, which consists of reviews, guest posts and interviews.
The tour also has an awesome giveaway for a few copies of PARADOX (US/Canada) that will be shared across all the stops via a common Rafflecopter.
We cannot wait for this tour to begin next month so that we can share more about this book and author with you. But in the meantime, now for your hosts....
The Tour Hosts
June 17th - Parajunkee - Guest Post
June 18th - Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews - Interview
June 18th - In Bed With Books - Review
June 19th - Chapter by Chapter - Guest Post
June 20th - A Dream Within A Dream - Review
June 20th - Escaping... One Book at a Time - Guest Post
June 21st - Coffee, Books and Me - Interview
June 24th - Word Spelunking - Review
June 25th - Emilie's Book World - Guest Post
June 25th - Confessions of a Readaholic - Review
June 26th - Nick's Book Blog - Interview
June 26th - Magna Maniac Cafe - Review
June 27th - A Book and a Latte - Guest Post
June 28th - I Am A Reader Not A Writer - Guest Post
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The Book on Tour
We are super stoked to be hosting the tour for A.J. Paquette's PARADOX and cannot wait for its release this June.
Author: A.J. Paquette
Pub. Date: June 25, 2013
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Find it: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads
Fans of James Dashner's Maze Runner series will love this postapocalyptic adventure about a girl who must survive an alien planet in order to save the Earth.
Ana only knows her name because of the tag she finds pinned to her jumpsuit. Waking in the featureless compartment of a rocket ship, she opens the hatch to discover that she has landed on a barren alien world. Instructions in her pocket tell her to observe and to survive, no doubt with help from the wicked-looking knives she carries on her belt. But to what purpose?
Meeting up with three other teens--one boy seems strangely familiar--Ana treks across the inhospitable landscape, occasionally encountering odd twists of light that carry glimpses of people back on Earth. They're working on some sort of problem, and the situation is critical. What is the connection between Ana's mission on this planet and the crisis back on Earth, and how is she supposed to figure out the answer when she can't remember anything?