Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the schedule for the BLOOD ROAD Blog Tour which begins on Monday, April 24th!
The tour runs from April 4th-28th & May 1st-5th, will have one or two stops per day, and will consist of reviews, interviews, excerpt, spotlights, & guest posts!
There is also a tour-wide giveaway for a 1 month subscription to Owl Crate, US Only. So be sure to stop by any or all of the stops for a chance to win.
But until then, here are your hosts.
The Tour Hosts
4/24/2017- Rockin' Book Reviews- Review4/24/2017- Month9Books- Excerpt4/25/2017- Two Chicks on Books- Interview4/25/2017- Doodle's Book Reviews- Review4/26/2017- Don't Judge, Read- Interview4/26/2017- Book-Keeping- Review4/27/2017- A Backwards Story- Review4/27/2017- Hazel West's Character Purgatory- Excerpt4/28/2017- LILbooKlovers- Interview4/28/2017- Wishful Endings- Review
5/1/2017- Exploring the Inner Universe- Review5/1/2017- So Few Books- Interview5/2/2017- Book Review Becca- Review5/2/2017- Bibliobibuli YA- Interview5/3/2017- Reading for the Stars and Moon- Review5/3/2017- I am not a bookworm!- Review5/4/2017- YA and Wine- Guest Post5/4/2017- Mundie Moms- Review5/5/2017- Never Too Many To Read- Review
About the Book
Nineteen-year-old Torien Risto has seen dissidents dealt with before. He knows the young local girl who just knifed him will hang for assaulting an Imperial officer, unless he can stop it.
Someone inside the provincial government is kidnapping Imperial citizens and selling them across the desert to the salt mines, silencing anyone who tries to intervene. The girl’s brother is one of those who has been taken. Rejected by the corrupt courts, she’s waging a personal war against the Empire.
Determined to save her life, Torien sets out in search of answers on the Salt Road, the ancient trade route running deep into the heart of a desert—territory claimed by the hostile Mayaso tribe.
Now, Torien is no longer sure where his own loyalty lies, or how far he will go to break the cycle of tyranny, political bullying, and social injustice in an empire that seals its borders in blood.
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