About The Boy Without a Heart
The Boy Without a Heart is the final fragment of the thrilling sci-fi trilogy, Defragmenting Daniel.
5 organs regained. 2 organs away from becoming whole. The bodies are piling up.
Time is running out for Daniel. Kage has discovered the Organ Thief’s identity, and is closing in. He has evaded Kage so far, but at a terrible cost – Daniel has lost his face.
He finds love with Autumn Beckett, who makes the search for his missing liver and amygdala more treacherous than he could have imagined. At the same time, cracks form in Daniel’s fragile alliance with Margaret, as he struggles to contain the android’s insatiable bloodlust.
To be truly whole again, Daniel must become more than the sum of his parts. But can he avoid falling to pieces in the process?
This third and final installment of Defragmenting Daniel erupts in a bloodbath that will skin you alive, bleed you out, and stitch you back together.
Today I’m participating in a book blitz for Defragmenting Daniel #1: The Organ Scrubber by Jason Werbeloff. I posted a review of the book a while back and I’m such a big fan of Jason’s work that I’m happy to help spread the word about his crazy insane work. Seriously, it’s crazy good.
Read on to know more about the book, read an excerpt and enter the giveaway!
Today we’re featuring a crazy, graphic, horrific, awesome science fiction book by author Jason Werbeloff – The Organ Scrubber, part one of the Defragmenting Daniel trilogy.
Read on to know more about the book and check out my review!
I always gravitate towards science fiction and fantasy, but I also like picking up some suspense or mystery/thrillers every now and then. And today I have one for you! We’re featuring Vapor Trail by author Dick Hannah. I had the chance to review his first book a couple of years back. Vapor Trail is his third book and it’s a good one.
Read on to know more about it and check out my thoughts on the book.
Here’s another blog tour and giveaway for you guys! Today we’re featuring The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer by Amazon bestselling author Laxmi Hariharan. I’ve had Laxmi’s book The Destiny of Shaitan on my to-read list since forever so I really wanted to help spread the word about her latest book.
The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer is a character-driven YA thriller with an awesome female protagonist who’s set to take Bombay by storm, even if it means putting her life in the balance.
Read more about the book and check out the blog tour giveaway for a chance to win ebooks, signed paperbacks and a $25 Amazon gift card!
Today we’re putting the spotlight on Dan O’Brien’s latest project: Mobsters, Monsters & Nazis: a collaboration between the author and Steve Ferchaud, who illustrated Conspirators of the Lost Sock Army and the Loose Change Collection Agency.
About Mobsters, Monsters & Nazis:
Blending noir, hardboiled detective stories, and pulp comics, Mobsters, Monsters & Nazis follows private investigator Derrick Diamond as he searches for an elusive object: a strange device that the Nazis need for their nefarious experiments. Aided by Ava Harpy, a lounge singer at the Yellow Monarch, they dive deep into the underbelly of the city, uncovering a sordid plot that is much larger than they could have possibly imagined.
If you love illustrated works, pulp comics, and a little bit of Lovecraft in your stories, then what are you waiting for?
Today we’re also revealing sketches for some of the interior illustrations (which will be black and white) of the first issue. Mobsters, Monsters & Nazis will be released as six issues (eBooks) starting on Halloween. It is influenced by film noir, pulp comics, and an abiding love of Lovecraft. It is now available for pre-order and author Dan O’Brien will be promoting it heavily starting October. He would love to hear what you think of it so far! Visit him at his blog, on Twitter, or follow him on Goodreads.
Check out the sketches below.
Basic info. Angels & Demons by Dan Brown was released in 2000. The movie came out in 2009, a couple of years after The Da Vinci Code came out. The movie brought back Tom Hanks and also starred Ewan McGregor, Ayelet Zurer, and Stellan Skarsgard.
What’s the story? Renowned cryptologist Robert Langdon is called to decipher a mysterious symbol that was branded on the chest of a physicist murdered inside a research facility. He discovers that the symbol points to an ancient underground brotherhood called the Illuminati. It seems the secret organization has surfaced to do some damage to their supposed adversary, which is the Catholic Church. To make things even worse, someone planted a bomb somewhere in the Vatican, where cardinals of the world are gathered to choose a new pope.
Which one did I experience first? I saw the movie first and later on I decided to read the book so, you know, I’ll know the real basis for the movie. By that time, The Da Vinci Code was already out for two years and everyone already knew the Robert Langdon character, and I think everyone was just curious about the ‘new’ Dan Brown book-based movie. So you know, me included. I wanted in on the bandwagon. Hah.
I think this is the fifth to the last blog tour I have for this first half of the year! In this new book, Byzantine Gold by author Chris Karlsen, the characters from Golden Chariot (book #1), Charlotte and Atakan, go on another exciting and dangerous treasure dive. Check out the book and enter the blog tour giveaway for a chance to win a $50 Amazon GC, ebooks, and t-shirts!
A sunken warship from the Byzantine Era carrying an unusual cargo of gold has been found off the coast of Northern Cyprus. News of the valuable cache has attracted the attention of a terrorist cell. They plan to attack the recovery team’s campsite and steal the artifacts. On the Black Market, the sale of the relics will buy them additional weapons.
Charlotte Dashiell, an American archaeologist, and her lover, Atakan Vadim, a Turkish government agent, are scheduled to be part of the recovery team that brings up the artifacts. While en route to Cyprus, they find themselves caught in the crosshairs of Maksym Tischenko, a Ukrainian contract killer bent on revenge. Charlotte, Atakan and Tischenko share a grim history. As a result, Tischenko is a man who will stop at nothing to achieve his goal—seeing them both dead. — Amazon | Goodreads
A few weeks ago I had a blog tour stop for the book Submerged by author Cheryl Kaye Tardif. I finished the book a few days after I posted the tour stop, but only got around to doing my review now. Here it is!
About the book
Two strangers submerged in guilt, brought together by fate…
After a tragic car accident claims the lives of his wife, Jane, and son, Ryan, Marcus Taylor is immersed in grief. But his family isn’t the only thing he has lost. An addiction to painkillers has taken away his career as a paramedic. Working as a 911 operator is now the closest he gets to redemption—until he gets a call from a woman trapped in a car.
Rebecca Kingston yearns for a quiet weekend getaway, so she can think about her impending divorce from her abusive husband. When a mysterious truck runs her off the road, she is pinned behind the steering wheel, unable to help her two children in the back seat. Her only lifeline is a cell phone with a quickly depleting battery and a stranger’s calm voice on the other end telling her everything will be all right. — Amazon | Goodreads.