Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the hosts and schedule for Kristi Helvig's BURN OUT Blog Tour.
The tour runs for two weeks, from March 31st- April 4th and April 7th- 11th, and consists of reviews, interviews and guest posts.
There will also be a tour-wide giveaway for an awesome prize pack!
But until then, here are your hosts...
The Tour Hosts
4/7/2014- Reading with ABC- Review4/7/2014- Refracted Light Reviews- Interview4/8/2014- Imagine a World- Review4/8/2014- Ticket to Anywhere- Guest Post4/9/2014- The Demon Librarian- Review4/10/2014- Two Chicks on Books- Guest Post4/11/2014- Working for the Mandroid- Review4/11/2014- Parajunkee's View- Interview
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The Book on Tour
A futuristic blend of Beth Revis's Across the Universe and Lenore Appelhans's Level 2, Burn Out will satisfy the growing desire for science fiction with a thrilling story of survival, intrigue, and adventure.
Most people want to save the world; seventeen-year-old Tora Reynolds just wants to get the hell off of it. One of the last survivors in Earth's final years, Tora yearns to escape the wasteland her planet has become after the sun turns "red giant," but discovers her fellow survivors are even deadlier than the hostile environment.
Holed up in an underground shelter, Tora is alone--her brilliant scientist father murdered, her mother and sister burned to death. She dreams of living on a planet with oceans, plants, and animals. Unfortunately, the oceans dried out ages ago, the only plants are giant cacti with deadly spines, and her pet, Trigger, is a gun--one of the bio-energetic weapons her father created for the government before his conscience kicked in.
When family friend, Markus, arrives with mercenaries to take the weapons by force, Tora's fury turns to fear when government ships descend in an attempt to kill them all. She forges an unlikely alliance with Markus and his rag-tag group of raiders, including a smart but quiet soldier named James. Tora must quickly figure out who she can trust, as she must choose between saving herself by giving up the guns or honoring her father's request to save humanity from the most lethal weapons in existence.