Hello and thank you for your interest in being a part of the virtual book tour for P.L. Stuart’s Epic Fantasy novel, The Last of the Atalanteans! We’re so excited to hold a 7-day virtual tour, consisting of 7-15 stops, and would love for you to be a part of it.
For this tour, we’re looking for 7+ bloggers, bookstagrammers, TikTokers, or YouTubers to show some love for The Last of the Atalanteans through reviews, guest features, spotlights, interviews with the author, or any other creative posts. The tour will run from September 19th – September 25th and hosts will be given complimentary eBooks. This tour is open internationally.
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The Last of the Atalanteans by P.L. Stuart
Published: March 22, 2022
Series: The Drowned Kingdom Saga #2
Genre: Epic Fantasy
Intended Age Group: Adult
Publisher: Friesen Press
A painted mage. An unfaithful queen. A stolen throne. Three lords in disguise. Escaping Atalantyx’s destruction, Prince Othrun has forged alliances with Eltnish kings: former enemy Hert and King Wely, who has promised Othrun a kingdom of his own.
When Wely’s realm was stolen by Wely’s wife, a powerful mage, and Wely’s brother, a feared warlord, Othrun hatched a daring plan to restore the rightful king. The bold scheme involved Othrun entering Lynchun in disguise, risking his life and the life of those with him, to topple the usurpers. But for Othrun’s plot to succeed, he must entrust his Atalanteans into the uncertain hands of Hert—on the cusp of confronting his own political challenges to kingship, while tasked with protecting Othrun’s followers—even as Wely, a captive where he should be king, gambles both crown and the head upon which it sat on Othrun’s survival.
Othrun’s abilities, faith, and trust in his mysterious guardian spirit are soon to be tested. The mage Lysi continues to entangle herself in Othrun’s affairs, tempting him, challenging his beliefs, and threatening to bring his plans to ruin. But Othrun, Lord of the Last of the Atalanteans, does not intend to fail. He will be a king. Or die trying. Othrun will go to battle, and he will triumph against the odds. If not, all will be burned to ashes, consumed in the fires of his ambition. And so, the ancient war banner of Atalantean kings will fly. One last time. A kingdom has fallen. A legend will rise.
I Bet My Life on You • Whatever it Takes • Would I Lie to You?
Shown on Page (things clearly told to the reader):
- Graphic violence (graphic battle scenes – including beheading and disembowelment)
- Apocalyptic-type destruction (including earthquake, tsunami, volcanic eruption)
- Religious intolerance and persecution
- Intermarriage between family (not incest, but borderline in terms of marriage between first cousins)
- Sex scenes (not graphic)
Alluded to (things only mentioned in passing or hinted at):
- Death of children in natural disaster and by being brutally executed
- Miscarriage (including death of children during miscarriage)
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