Monday, May 6, 2013

Storm by Evan Angler blog tour

First off, I'd like to make sure it's clear that I received this book for free as an ARC (Advanced Reader's Copy) in order to review it and join the blog tour. It will be released tomorrow. So you can pre-order right now. But be very careful. They are watching.

Also, there may be slight spoilers. Nothing too big or anything that will give the plot away, but if you haven't read the first two books (and want to), you might want to do so before reading this. I shall try not to give much away, just in case.

Evan Angler

Storm is the final third book in the Swipe series by Evan Angler. It's a bit Dystopian, and loosely based off of Revelations (from the Bible, should you not know). Everyone must be marked. That's what DOME says. And they say that the rumors of flunkees are just that. Rumors. Nothing more, nothing less.

But they're lying. And Logan Langley knows it. Because his sister was a flunkee. She never came home from her marking. No one knows what became of her.

***Spoilers for book 1-2 will begin now***

Now, two books later, Logan has teamed up with the Dust. The Markless. The ones DOME wants to destroy. Or maybe not destroy. Maybe they have bigger plans for them. Worse plans. But what could be worse than being killed? Than being crushed into nothing more than the dust you're called?

A lot, it turns out.

What do you do when your sister, who's been dead to you and your family for four to five years, is suddenly very much alive? What do you do when everything you've been told, when everything you've learned, when everything you think you know . . . turns out to be a lie? When the biggest security system, DOME (very much like the FBI), wants you? But not to work for them. Not in the ordinary way. They want you to help them draw out the Markless so they can take all of the them. Eradicate them. Or make them marked.

One way or another, you will be marked.

 Fight all you want. DOME will not be denied. Or will they?

You will find out in Storm. The storm is brewing, and once unleashed, it will not be stopped.

I totally made that tagline up myself. *beaming grin* I'm so clever, aren't I? Okay, so it's pretty bad, but whatever. The important thing is that you need to READ it.

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Either way, GO ORDER. It's a fascinating book! There's even a . . . . well, there's an incredibly funny happening that almost breaks the fourth wall. But I'm not telling you how or where. You have to read it first. Ha.

Here is a list of the other bloggers participating in the blog tour today. Go check them out too, 'cuz they are all wonderful like me! Nah, just kidding. I'm the queen. But you should still check them out too. It's only polite.

Now, before you visit them, I'm just going to say one thing. If you decide to go through their old posts or they say something you find offensive or something else of that matter, don't come back here whining to me about it, because I honestly. Do. Not. Care. They can post what they want to post, and I'm not about to get myself caught up in some drama because you don't agree with something they say. It's a free country, K? At least, where I am. Don't know about you, but it's free here. We may rank eighth place in freedom, but we were the founders of freedom.

Wow, that got off subject. ANYWAY. I've been on the internet too long. Agh. Okay, well, go check them out! And you've been warned! I am in no way responsible for what they post, so don't blame me. I've said too much, already. DOME will be looking. I've exposed my fellow Dust. But we'll be fine. We'll be hiding in the Dark Lands. Are you brave enough to be Dust?
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  1. Loved your review, Katelyn! And the almost-fourth-wall moment was brilliant, I thought! Oh, also . . . there will be a book #4! *happy dance* Book #4 is called SPARK and will be available in November of this year. Here's the link:

    1. Oh, wow! No way! Now I need to correct it.

  2. Fun review, Katelyn. I hope they don't catch on to our blog tour and shut Team Novel Teen down for good!

    1. Oh, no! that would be terrible!

    2. *suspicious* I think I threw them off with my freedom rant. But you never know...

  3. Good review -- the "almost the fourth wall" moment was fun, wasn't it? Wonder if he'll wrap things up n book 4 or try for a 5th book?

    1. It was fun! I'm hoping he'll finish everything up in Spark. But I have a feeling he'll go for a fifth.

  4. Loved the eagle picture. I think it goes with the book well.

    1. Really? Huh. I guess it does, kinda.

  5. I love your tag line!! Good review :)