It’s time for a new year full of new giveaways.
Inspired by my “Billy Fog” review yesterday, I’m giving away a trio of T-rated hardcovers from Archaia this week.
We’ll start with “Billy Fog and the Gift of Trouble Sight,” a fun, twisted little book. Go ahead and read my write-up. I’ll wait.
But to sweeten the deal, I’ll throw in two other books: “Berona’s War II: Fight for Amity” and “Everlast.”
The three books couldn’t be more different in tone, but they’re all aimed at the same age group, so if there are a couple teens in your home, maybe you’ll get something for everyone.
Since I haven’t read them yet, here are the official descriptions:
“Everlast”: A pre-apocalyptic tale, “Everlast” follows Derek Everlast, a man whose destiny in life is guiding others to a place of rebirth for mankind called Haven. Following an instinct called the Nudge, bestowed on him by a higher power, Derek is guided to the next chosen human destined to survive, a little girl named Melissa. In a harrowing adventure, he must deliver her safely to Haven before the End of Days. Everlast tells a story of choice, love, friendship, and, most of all, survival. Will you be chosen? Created and written by actor Chad Michael Murray (“One Tree Hill.”)
“Berona’s War: Fight for Amity”:You’ve met the characters, you’ve seen their weapons, you’ve witnessed their war. And now, you can know their stories. “Berona’s War II: Fight for Amity” brings to life the blood-hungry warriors and races of Berona and takes you deep within their individual tales. Follow the soldier as he enters his final battle. Witness the elite teams at work behind the scenes. Learn the savage ways of the Condyle warriors, and the vicious speed of the Ele-Alta Slayers. Watch as the brave struggle for glory, obtain it, then live to see it stripped from them. Will it be a glorious death, or will it be the death of a coward? The battles have just begun to rage, and the War has so much left to claim.
For your chance to win, send your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use “Archaia” as your subject line, and enter only once by Jan. 13. U.S. entries only.