Hello everyone! Welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours/Company. Unfortunately, life has been rather hectic and I was unable to finish this novel in time. But wait! Don’t go just yet! Below, you will find all the information you need about this book AND! a 3000 word excerpt! Thank you to L.L. Stephens […]
Escapist Book Tours
BOOK TOUR/REVIEW: Chronicles from the World of Guilt by Chris Durston
If you’re in the mood for some mind-bending sci-fi/horror and/or are a fan of Chuck Palahniuk, this is the collection for you. It will keep you on your toes and challenge your imagination in the best way possible.
BOOK TOUR/SPOTLIGHT: Eleventh Cycle by Kian N. Ardalan
BLURB It has been a thousand years since the last Seed abandoned their duty. The mists are closing in. Finally, the Morning Bell tolls. A new Seed is born, but is it too late? The rot eats away at mortals. The Witnesses pray so that they may not turn into one of the forgotten. And […]
The Hero’s Journey: Eleventh Cycle by Kian N. Ardalan
Welcome to the official tour schedule for the Escapist Book Co. book tour of Eleventh Cycle by Kian N. Ardalan. Below, you’ll find all of the information about the book and author, links to purchase a copy of your own, as well as our list of hosts for the tour. We will be updating this page with links to each stop along the tour, so be sure to check back throughout the week!
BOOK TOUR/REVIEW: Heliotrope by Palmer Pickering
Heliotrope will grab your heart and not let go until well after you’ve turned the final page. A wonderful quest with beautiful prose and great characters, prepare to lose yourself in this epic fantasy.
BOOK TOUR/REVIEW: A Shade of Madness (The Ashes of Avarin #2) by Thiago Abdalla
A Shade of Madness is more that equal to A Touch of Light and Thiago Adballa ups his game to create a worthy and exceptional sequel. I have complete trust in him to bring the story to an amazing conclusion and I can’t wait for what he has in store for us next.
Blog Tour Review: A Shade of Madness (The Ashes of Avarin #2) by Thiago Abdalla
A fantastic debut in what is one of the most promising series that is being written. The careful consideration that has been taken to all of the small details allows for so many theories to be created, as well as allow for new discoveries each time that it is read. Strap in and prepare for a griffin takeoff into the wonderful world of Avarin, where the Madness is just beginning.
BOOK TOUR/REVIEW: Yellow Tape and Coffee by Pat Luther
Yellow Tape and Coffee is a fantastic hybrid of urban fantasy, horror and drama that will keep you guessing until the end. Secret societies, buried history, werewolves and conspiracies combine to create a suspenseful thrill-ride that will keep on the edge of your seat and guessing until it’s bloody conclusion. Pat Luther handles the vast array of characters with a deft hand and the skill some television writer’s rooms can’t muster. What are you waiting for? It won’t bite…
BOOK TOUR/REVIEW: The Last Ranger (Ranger of the Titan Wilds #1) by J.D.L. Rosell
If you want an action packed adventure with strong female characters, mysterious giants of nature, fascinating world-building with a dash of political intrigue and ARCHERY! look no further. J.D.L. Rosell has made a fan out of me and I can’t wait for book two.
Review: The Last Ranger (Ranger of the Titan Wilds #1) by J.D.L. Rosell
A beautiful world filled with beautiful characters. The Titan Wilds became a place so familiar because of my love of nature and forests but had that excellent fantasy element to make it something truly unique. The author does an excellent job of showing this world from the early get go, allowing it to become almost an essential character of this series. It was exciting and breath taking at the scope that the author was able to show.
Review: Light Fighters (Star Children Saga #2) by Palmer Pickering
The author takes everything from book one and continues to make it even better. The story picks up immediately where it should, in the middle of the action cliffhanger that was book one. It continues to flesh out the world, answering questions and setting up everything for a saga that promises to remain in the minds of readers. As the story continues to unfold, you can see the planning and care that the author has taken in crafting what is turning out to be a beautiful world or universe. Each floating strand from book one is carefully grabbed and meticulously placed to continue the story being woven in front of us.
Review: Tender Is The Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica
Blurb: Working at the local processing plant, Marcos is in the business of slaughtering humans —though no one calls them that anymore. His wife has left him, his father is sinking into dementia, and Marcos tries not to think too hard about how he makes a living. After all, it happened so quickly. First, it […]