Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce a tour we're hosting for LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff which releases on May 29, 2018!
The tour will run for two weeks - from May 14th-June 8th will have two stops per day and will consist of a mix of reviews and excerpts.
Review copies will be provided by the publisher.
Details on a giveaway are TK.
If you'd like to be considered to be a stop on this tour, please first sign up as a tour host and then fill out the sign-up form HERE.
***Sign-ups open until April 30th Noon PST***
Once the blog hosts have been chosen and the tour schedule finalized we will have a post announcing the tour.
Please note: Signing up for the tour does not guarantee you will be selected. We will reach out to all hosts that have been chosen once the sign-ups have closed.
We are totally stoked for the tour for LIFEL1K3 this May! We can't wait for everyone to read it!
About the Book
Author: Jay Kristoff
Pub. Date: May 29, 2018
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook
On a floating junkyard beneath a radiation sky, a deadly secret lies buried in the scrap.
Eve isn’t looking for secrets—she’s too busy looking over her shoulder. The robot gladiator she’s just spent six months building has been reduced to a smoking wreck, and the only thing keeping her Grandpa from the grave was the fistful of credits she just lost to the bookies. To top it off, she’s discovered she can destroy electronics with the power of her mind, and the puritanical Brotherhood are building a coffin her size. If she’s ever had a worse day, Eve can’t remember it.
But when Eve discovers the ruins of an android boy named Ezekiel in the scrap pile she calls home, her entire world comes crashing down. With her best friend Lemon Fresh and her robotic conscience, Cricket, in tow, she and Ezekiel will trek across deserts of irradiated glass, infiltrate towering megacities and scour the graveyard of humanity’s greatest folly to save the ones Eve loves, and learn the dark secrets of her past.
Even if those secrets were better off staying buried.