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Monday, August 22, 2011

Signups CLOSED: October Tour: Children of Paranoia by Trevor Shane

Children of Paranoia
all wars have rules
rule #1: no killing innocent bystanders
rule #2: no killing anyone under the age of eighteen
break the rules, become the target


Imagine if your neighbor, your co-worker, or the barista behind the counter at your local coffee shop was sent to kill you, but you had no way of knowing. This is the world debut author Trevor Shane has created. In his breakout novel CHILDREN OF PARANOIA (September 8, 2011; $25.95), Shane depicts an ancient underground war raging in the shadows of a world much like our own, but not even those who are fighting know what side they’re on.

The war is ageless, concealed, structured by rigid rules, and fought by two distinct sides—one good, one evil. The only unknown is which side is which. Soldiers in the war hide in plain sight, their deeds disguised as accidents or suicides amidst an unsuspecting population.

Joseph has been a part of the war since he was eighteen, the age when young adults on both sides are chosen and taught how to kill. Joseph is undoubtedly one of the best soldiers the war has ever seen, because he understands the rules and the consequences of breaking them—if he breaks the rules, he’ll never get out alive.

But on one particularly dangerous assignment, Joseph meets Maria, a young woman who is uninvolved in the war: an Innocent. When Maria enters his life, Joseph finds that the black and white, good versus evil world he has always blindly trusted begins to crumble. Soon, Joseph is forced to explain himself to the woman he loves, and for the first time he finds a new reason to stay alive, and along with it, a new reason to fight.

In a world where everyone might be a killer and paranoia is the most valuable asset, Joseph realizes what he always knew to be true: the first to kill is the last to survive.

CHILDREN OF PARANOIA is set in a dystopian landscape reminiscent of I am Number Four and The Hunger Games, with a moral sensibility that will entice fans of Showtime’s Dexter. Trevor Shane effortlessly transitions between nail-biting action and heartfelt emotion, sure to delight genre fans and literary fiction lovers alike.
  • Tour Dates:  October 11 - October 25 
  • Tour signups will close on August 25 
  • This book will be available in both PRINT and EBOOK formats.  Ebook copies will be available through Netgalley.
  • To sign-up - please leave a comment with your name, e-mail address, blog name, format preference (print/ebook), and the date you would like to post your review (check calendar below - first come, first-serve.  If a date is already taken, you must pick a different date.  Please click the arrow to move over to the correct month as it is set to August automatically).  
  • This tour is open to USA/CAN bloggers (print/ebook) and any International bloggers who have access to Netgalley (ebook only).
  • The author is open for guest posts/interviews along with your scheduled review.




16 comments:

Nicole said...

Nicole (All I Ever Read)
October 25, 2011
Interview & Review
Print Book
Canada
contact@nicoleabouttown.com

Trevor said...

I am excited to participate.

-Trevor Shane

Kritter said...

Kristin (Kritters Ramblings)
October 11, 2011
Review, print book please
USA
kdurham2@gmail.com

girlsinthestacks.com said...

Stacy (Girls in the STACKS)
October 24, 2011
interview (vlog?) and review
print (but can do ebook)
US
contact: stacy@girlsinthestacks.com

Between the Covers said...

Louise (Between the Covers)
BetweenTheCoversBlog@gmail.com
Print
October 20, 2011
Review & guest post

Gwenny said...

Sounds awesome!

Gwenyth Love
gwenythlove@gmail.com
Rants~N~Scribbles
Print Copy
October 17th
Canada

Thanks!

Miss Lauren said...

Miss Lauren (Ravishing Reads)
misslaurenwilk at gmail dot com
Print copy
Review & guest post
October 12th
US

christa @ mental foodie said...

name: christa @ mental foodie
blog: http://mentalfoodie.blogspot.com/
email: cytljjb @ gmail com
format: print only (US)
date: 10/16/11
post: review

Julie said...

Review
Print, please!
October 23rd
Julie G at Book Hooked Blog
cla37619 at gmail dot com

Maggie DeVries said...

Maggie at My Utopia
blog: http://myutopia36.blogspot.com/
email: whitesox36 (at) comcast (dot) net
date: October 13
print, review (IL)

sinn said...

Sinn (Sinnful Books)
sinnfulbooks@ironpixie.net
PRINT
Oct. 18, 2011

ham1299 said...

I would love to participate.

October 22 is perfect.

Print, please.

Christie - The Fiction Enthusiast said...

I’d love to participate.

Christie (The Fiction Enthusiast)
TheFictionEnthusiast@live.com
Print
October 21st

Meg @ A Bookish Affair said...

Meg (A Bookish Affair)
October 19, 2011
interview review
print
US
abookishaffair@gmail.com

Meg, Caitlin and Laurie T said...

Laurie T
readergirls@gmail.com
www.readergirls.blogspot.com
BOOK (US)
Oct. 14

Thanks. Sounds good!

Meg, Caitlin and Laurie T said...

Forgot to add interview & review.

Laurie

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