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Rule of Three: Fight for Power Blog Tour

Welcome to the blog tour for
FIGHT FOR POWER by Eric Walters!

Firstly, a big thank you to Macmillan for putting this blog tour together! I’m always so excited to be a part of these tours and so grateful I get to participate!

If you’re not familiar with FIGHT FOR POWER, it’s the second book in the RULE OF THREE trilogy by Eric Walters. Here’s a bit more info on the book itself before we head on over to the blog post:

FIGHT FOR POWERPublishing Info: January 20th 2015 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Genre: Young Adult (Apocalyptic)
Find It Online:  Goodreads // Amazon // B&N

   “The world keeps getting darker in this second reality-based survival adventure in the Rule of Three trilogy 
After sixty-six days of a catastrophic global blackout, life in the suburbs is not what it used to be for Adam and his fortified neighborhood of Eden Mills. Although an explosive clash has minimized one threat from outside the walls, Adam’s battle-hardened mentor, Herb, continues to make decisions in the name of security that are increasingly wrenching and questionable. Like his police chief mom and others, Adam will follow Herb’s lead. But when the next threat comes from an unexpected direction, nobody is ready for it. And someone is going to pay the price—because of Adam’s mistakes and mistaken trust.” — From Goodreads

So who’s your favorite character that you write?

In the Rule of Three trilogy the story is told first person through the eyes of Adam.  I have certainly embedded a great deal of myself into his actions and thoughts.  It’s strange though how my chief protagonist is often not my ‘favorite character’.   Don’t get me wrong, I like Adam, but the character who most fascinated me is Herb.  Herb is Adam’s retired next-door neighbor.  He’s not the sort of guy who yells at you for being on his lawn.  Mostly he’s just a nice, friendly guy, but occasionally there are flashes, something in his eyes that makes you think you really don’t want to ‘mess’ with this guy.  He’s a retired government employee – he says he was ‘just a paper pusher’ who worked at U.S. embassies around the world.  As the crisis develops it seems that Herb is always a step or two ahead of everybody else.  It turns out that Herb was more than just a paper pusher.  He worked for the C.I.A. in Clandestine Ops – sometimes called Black Ops.  He’s been around the world, has seen things happen and knows what to do.  Even more than that, he’s not afraid to do what needs to be done.

Throughout the novels there is a continuous interaction between Adam and Herb.  Adam is changed by the situations confronting him and tutored by Herb in the steps that need to be taken.  At the same time Herb is transformed by the thoughts and actions of Adam.  He learns not only who he is, but what he really believes in.  He is the character who seems to most have the answers to what is going on around them, but still he continues to evolve internally.  It is that internal journey of Herb that truly made him fascinating for me to write and continues to be fascinating to read.

 A big, big thank you to author Eric Walters for taking the time to write up this guest post for me! I really love that your main protagonist doesn’t necessarily equal favorite character!


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Savage Drift (Monument 14 #3) – Emmy Laybourne

Savage Drift (Monument 14 #3) – Emmy LaybourneTitle: Savage Drift (Monument 14 #3) by Emmy Laybourne
Publishing Info: May 6, 2014 by Macmillan
Source: Received from the publisher for review purposes
Genres: Apocalyptic, Young Adult
Find it on the web: Buy from Amazon // GoodreadsDate Completed: June 12, 2014
Related Posts: Monument 14 (Monument 14 #1), Sky on Fire (Monument 14 #2), Dress Your Marines in White (Monument 14 #0.5), Sweet

    It's over. Dean, Alex, and the other survivors of the Monument 14 have escaped the disaster zone and made it to the safety of a Canadian refugee camp. Some of the kids have been reunited with their families, and everyone is making tentative plans for the future. And then, Niko learns that his lost love, Josie, has survived!Or is it? For Josie, separated from the group and presumed dead, life has gone from bad to worse. Trapped in a terrible prison camp with other exposed O’s and traumatized by her experiences, she has given up all hope of rescue. Meanwhile, scared by the government’s unusual interest in her pregnancy, Astrid—along with her two protectors, Dean and Jake—joins Niko on his desperate quest to be reunited with Josie. In Monument 14: Savage Drift, the stunningly fierce conclusion to the Monument 14 trilogy, author Emmy Laybourne ups the stakes even higher for a group of kids who have continually survived the unthinkable. Can they do so one last time?


I’m so excited to finish the MONUMENT 14 trilogy! The Fierce Reads event where Emmy Laybourne was promoting the very first book was my first book event/author appearance ever and MONUMENT 14: SKY ON FIRE was my book of choice on my way back from BEA last year, so the trilogy holds a bit of a special place in my heart!

One thing I’ve always loved in the series was how Emmy doesn’t shy away from writing the really action-packed, in-your-face scenes. She does tone down on the swearing (hey, we have to keep it PG-13 somehow, right?) but the action, the gore, the reality of what is happening in the book is never really glossed over. Things don’t get TOO violent, but the reader really gets to experiences things as the characters are – right there in the thick of it.

I really appreciated the dual POVs! We saw dual POVs between Dean and Alex in SKY ON FIRE but MONUMENT 14: SAVAGE DRIFT features Dean as the male lead still and Josie as the other view point. The last we knew of her, she had sacrificed herself to protect the lives of the other kids and presumed dead so it was really interesting to not only get a female POV but also one that’s taking place on the complete opposite side of the country and so distant from the main group of kids.

The one thing I think I was missing throughout the trilogy was maybe a bit more character development and relationship development. I really enjoyed reading about each of the characters but there were so many and there was so much going on that I really would have liked to see them interact a bit more so I could get to know a bit more about them. I was just lacking a little bit of connection to each one and I actually ended up connecting to Josie the most in this book, I think because her character was so far removed from everyone else that we knew that I really got to see how she handled herself on her own.

The ending was just what I always wanted it to be. Everything wrapped up so nicely and there were even little bonuses I didn’t see coming. It was a great apocalyptic and action-packed trilogy that I think many different ages could enjoy, male or female. I’m so glad I invested my time in this series and I feel a little twinge of satisfaction having finished it! I really enjoyed Emmy’s books and plan on picking up more of her works in the future!


“The View from Goodreads” is a new featured section in my reviews that I decided to incorporate! I tend to update my Goodreads status a LOT when I read — reactions, feelings, notes — so I thought it would be fun to share the sort of “reading process”! All status updates are spoiler-free (no specific plot points will be revealed) but will contain reactions to certain pages and/or characters!

Monument 14: Savage Drift by Emmy Laybourne

HOW INTERESTING. Haha, sorry guys! Read it pretty much from cover to cover on a plane so I didn’t get to update this one!


Dean // Character Obsessions: Survival, Astrid, reuniting the group, the farm. 
I liked Dean but I still don’t feel like I KNOW him. He was still fairly quiet in the final book although he really starts coming into his own and making his voice heard. I think he was just kind of a middle person for me… Not really a leader but not really a follower. He sort of blended in. By the end of the trilogy, I just really wanted him to stand out more to me.
Josie // Character Obsessions: Control, survival, Niko, trust.
I loved her POV in this book! She actually did stand out to me which was great. She is one tough cookie! I can’t imagine ever being in that situation and she really held her own, even fighting many times for what she wanted and what she needed. I also loved that she had a great mix of strong and then more tender moments. Definitely a nice, well-rounded character in this book.


Kept Me Hooked On: Disaster scenarios. I’m not always into the disaster situation scene but I really loved how this one wasn’t a natural disaster! I caused some, sure, but this was something that went way deeper than that. The greed of man.
Left Me Wanting More: Character connection. They were some really great characters but I was juuust missing that personal connection to them and really getting to know their histories.

Addiction Rating
Read it

I think this trilogy is a bit underrated. Although I wish I had gotten to know the characters a bit more, I really enjoyed it overall and I think it was solid as far as momentum, plot, and action go!

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       The Rule of Three   Unremembered

Monument 14: Savage Drift Blog Tour: Emmy Reviews the Fierce Reads Titles!

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Welcome to the blog tour for

I’m so excited to be on the blog tour for Emmy Laybourne’s final book in the Monument 14 trilogy, Savage Drift! I’ve been a pretty big fan of the series ever since I first saw Emmy on the Fierce Reads tour back in 2012 (my first author event ever!) so the series definitely holds a special place in my heart. I owe a really big thanks to Macmillan and team Fierce Reads for having me be a part of the tour!

Now if you’re not familiar with the books, here’s a bit more about them! I had so much fun with them so if you’re not as familiar with the series yet, hopefully you will be after this!

Title: Monument 14
Emmy Laybourne
Publication Info: 
June 5th 2012 by Feiwel & Friends
Links: Amazon // B&N // Goodreads 
My Review: Monument 14 (Monument 14 #1) – Emmy Laybourne 

   “Your mother hollers that you’re going to miss the bus. She can see it coming down the street. You don’t stop and hug her and tell her you love her. You don’t thank her for being a good, kind, patient mother. Of course not—you launch yourself down the stairs and make a run for the corner.
    Only, if it’s the last time you’ll ever see your mother, you sort of start to wish you’d stopped and did those things. Maybe even missed the bus.
    But the bus was barreling down our street, so I ran.
Fourteen kids. One superstore. A million things that go wrong.

    In Emmy Laybourne’s action-packed debut novel, six high school kids (some popular, some not), two eighth graders (one a tech genius), and six little kids trapped together in a chain superstore build a refuge for themselves inside. While outside, a series of escalating disasters, beginning with a monster hailstorm and ending with a chemical weapons spill, seems to be tearing the world—as they know it—apart.
” — From Goodreads

Title: Monument 14: Sky On Fire
Emmy Laybourne
Publication Info: 
May 28th 2013 by Feiwel & Friends
Links: Amazon // B&N // Goodreads
My Review: Monument 14: Sky on Fire (Monument 14 #2) – Emmy Laybourne

  “Trapped in a superstore by a series of escalating disasters, including a monster hailstorm and terrifying chemical weapons spill, brothers Dean and Alex learned how to survive and worked together with twelve other kids to build a refuge from the chaos. But then strangers appeared, destroying their fragile peace, and bringing both fresh disaster and a glimmer of hope.
Knowing that the chemical weapons saturating the air outside will turn him into a bloodthirsty rage monster, Dean decides to stay in the safety of the store with Astrid and some of the younger kids. But their sanctuary has already been breached once. . . .
Meanwhile, Alex, determined to find their parents, heads out into the darkness and devastation with Niko and some others in a recently repaired school bus. If they can get to Denver International Airport, they might be evacuated to safety. But the outside world is even worse than they expected. . . .
” — From Goodreads

Without further ado, let’s get into the SUPER fun part of the blog tour! Emmy Laybourne herself has complied a vlog for the tour and she’s reviewing some of the Fierce Reads titles! Check out what she has to say below!

Emmy Discusses the new Fierce Reads titles

A big, big, BIG thanks to Emmy for that awesome video and for being on my blog today and another big thank you to Macmillan for having me on the blog tour!

Want to learn more about MONUMENT 14 and author EMMY LAYBOURNE?
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Because Macmillan and the Fierce Reads team is so awesome, I am able to host this giveaway for the ENTIRE Monument 14 trilogy! I really, REALLY enjoy Emmy’s books and I feel like this series is entirely too underrated so I’m so excited to give all three books away to one lucky winner so they can start the series as well! The giveaway will be open for one week and one lucky US/Canada resident will be able to win all three books! Good luck and enter via Rafflecopter below!!! (And don’t forget to thank Macmillan + Fierce Reads for this awesome giveaway! They’re seriously amazing.)

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The Rule of Three – Eric Walters

The Rule of Three – Eric WaltersTitle: The Rule of Three (The Rule of Three #1) by Eric Walters
Publishing Info: January 21, 2014 by Macmillan
Genres: Apocalyptic, Science Fiction, Young Adult
Find it on the web: Buy from Amazon // GoodreadsDate Completed: February 2, 2014

One shocking afternoon, computers around the globe shut down in a viral catastrophe. At sixteen-year-old Adam Daley’s high school, the problem first seems to be a typical electrical outage, until students discover that cell phones are down, municipal utilities are failing, and a few computer-free cars like Adam’s are the only vehicles that function. Driving home, Adam encounters a storm tide of anger and fear as the region becomes paralyzed. Soon—as resources dwindle, crises mount, and chaos descends—he will see his suburban neighborhood band together for protection. And Adam will understand that having a police captain for a mother and a retired government spy living next door are not just the facts of his life but the keys to his survival, in The Rule of Three by Eric Walters.


THE RULE OF THREE was an interesting read for me! It has a lot of elements that I’ve really been enjoying lately: male POV, a pre-apocalyptic atmosphere (things just starting to unravel), some action, and a little bit of mystery. I was hoping it would be comparable to MONUMENT 14 which is a similar set of books that I really enjoyed, and in some ways it did, but in others, the story fell short for me.

THE RULE OF THREE starts off with sixteen-year-old Adam at school when all of a sudden the electricity shuts off. And not just the electricity — laptop batteries, cars, basically anything that functions on electricity or is operated a computer no longer works at all. It was actually really eye-opening to see exactly how many things we use day-to-day that work using computer technology and all of the technology we wouldn’t be able to use if this situation ever really occurred. I was kind of fascinated by the fact and how many things you wouldn’t even consider would be affected and how crippling something like that would be! It was really quite jarring.

I really appreciated the characters of this book. I loved the male voice of Adam and really these days, I’m just finding male POVs so refreshing in YA since the age group seems to be heavily saturated by female writers and protagonists. There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, but I like to switch it up so I was happy to see another YA book with a male main character! I really liked how Adam interacted with his family, his friends, and of course, he’s got a crush! The most interesting relationship of the book though was Adam’s interactions with his elderly neighbor Herb. Herb knows a thing or two. The neighborhood doesn’t seem to know much about his past but when the electro-bomb hits, Herb easily steps into a leadership role and helps the neighborhood prepare for survival.
I really liked Herb a lot at first and was incredibly intrigued by his past but admittedly… He wore on me after a while. Herb was the guy who knew it all and with that kind of knowledge, everyone relied on him. My issue was that he had ALL the answers. It seemed like there was never a situation where he was initially unsure. I guess in a survival situation like that, there’s not really room to be insecure, but it was hard to see someone who had all the answers, all the time, and it was so easy to convince people to follow what he said. Also since he had all of the answers, he inserted himself into every situation and I felt he became a bit overbearing and hard to deal with. Also, with all of his secrecy, I almost expected him to turn on the community at some point in time. I think I felt like he was maybe too militant and not as emotional as I had hoped to form that emotional connection. Then again, that was also something he relied on Adam for.

The action in this book was always moving. Adam and his community are constantly up against one thing or another that causes them to take both offensive and defensive action and with no power, there’s always a task to be done. Some of it was more exciting than others but in that kind of a situation, there’s a lot you need to do to prepare. My personal issue was that at about a third of the way through the book, I wasn’t quite sure where to go anymore. I felt like the action got a bit repetitive sometimes — not all the time, because new situations always arise — but really in that kind of survival situation, the same types of attacks and uprisings are bound to happen. I felt like it was hard to evolve the story line sometimes and still keep it realistic which ended up causing the book to slow a little bit.

My disappointment was with the ending. There were too many things left open, too many loose ends, and very important questions that I had since page five that never got answered. I wanted  so much more resolution and it didn’t even feel like a cliffhanger so much as the book just ENDED. I felt like it wrapped up with “this is how their lives will be so just assume this is how they’ll keep going”.

In full disclosure, I actually JUST found out while writing my review (from someone else’s review on Goodreads) that this book is actually the first of a series. It’s not listed as so on Goodreads and as a reader and reviewer, I heavily rely on that information (although in this case, Goodreads may not always be accurate) but I also feel like I haven’t even seen it advertised as a series anywhere, not even on my ARC copy (unless I clearly missed it). I finished the book thinking it was going to be a stand alone and ended up mildly disappointed in the conclusion which I suppose may not even be a conclusion after all. Even still, the book didn’t quite wrap up as well as I would like, even if there are future books, because it really just felt kind of abrupt. I can see future books for this series, but even still, I’m not sure if I’ll pick them up. I liked Adam enough and felt like he was a really good protagonist but Herb just wore on me a lot towards the end of the book and I’m not motivated it pick up another book if he’ll be heavily featured in it. I’d really like to find out a few more answers but I’m not sure I’d go through another book or two to get them.


Adam // Character Obsessions: Surviving, taking care of his family, flying the Ultralight.
I really liked Adam as our main character! He was likable, charismatic, a bit naive but ultimately enjoyable. He was portrayed as the ray of hope for the community and the driving force for people to get behind and I really stood behind him too.
Herb // Character Obsessions: Organizing, leading, defense.
I liked Herb a lot at first but he really started to wear on me throughout the book. He seemed too convenient or too knowledgable or too assertive.


Kept Me Hooked On: Pre-apocalyptic. So many books featuring disasters are dystopian or post-apocalyptic. I’m really enjoying those books that show what happens before the world turns or as it’s turning.
Left Me Wanting More: Plot. This book was a lot of action and a lot of character interaction. While I liked both, I think I needed more of a plot reveal. There were some interesting mysteries and questions proposed, but they didn’t get resolved in this book and I think some of them should have. Even if the book is a series, I was hoping for a few more loose ends to be wrapped up at the end of book one, and book two could have continued on in a different or similar path instead of an incredibly long story arc for which we don’t get a lot of answers in the first book. Maybe that’s my own impatience talking, but I like for things to be a little bit wrapped up at the end of a book, even if it is a series!

Addiction Rating
Get a second opinion.

I did like a lot of things about this book but at the same time a lot of them weren’t for me. Some people fell in love with it and others seemed to have the same issues I did. I’d say consult Goodreads or trusted reviewers for a second opinion and make your decision from there! Maybe also find out if it’s actually supposed to be a series! 🙂

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        Monument 14   Tomorrow, When the War Began

The Other Life (or The Weepers) – Susanne Winnacker

The Other Life (or The Weepers) – Susanne WinnackerTitle: The Other Life (The Other Life #1) by Susanne Winnacker
Publishing Info: February 1, 2012 by Skyscape
Source: Netgalley
Genres: Apocalyptic, Science Fiction, Young Adult, Zombies
Find it on the web: Buy from Amazon // GoodreadsDate Completed: August 4, 2012

    Sherry has lived with her family in a sealed bunker since things went wrong up above. But when they run out of food, Sherry and her dad must venture outside. There they find a world of devastation, desolation...and the Weepers: savage, mutant killers.
    When Sherry's dad is snatched, she joins forces with gorgeous but troubled Joshua - an Avenger, determined to destroy the Weepers.
    But can Sherry keep her family and Joshua safe, when his desire for vengeance threatens them all?

Breaking It Down Further: After a vicious virus spreads throughout California, Sherry and her family have spent the last few years in a bunker, tucked safely away. When Sherry’s family runs out of food, she and her father venture out into the danger zone, where the Weepers roam. Weepers, the creatures that have become of the virus – former humans turned animalistic and vicious killers. Now out of the bunker, Sherry feels responsible for the safety of her family.


Well, I actually felt like I’ve read this story before… in the sense that  it felt like several other zombie/post-apocalyptic stories. I felt like the plot wasn’t that original, but even still I enjoyed reading it.

I really liked the relationship between Sherry and her younger siblings. I liked her younger brother Bobby who seemed to look up to Sherry even though he likes acting tough. I adored little Mia, Sherry’s youngest sister, and how protective Sherry was of her.

Unfortunately I think too much of the things I didn’t like stand out more than the ones I did. The whole counting the days thing really bothered me. Sherry kept counting, “It’s been this many days since…” (I had chicken, I ate chocolate, I felt rain) — But really? Does she really know the exact last day she had chocolate? Did she really start keeping track of the last time she laughed without feeling guilt? That’s way too many things to keep track of.

I also didn’t really like the concept of the Weepers. I understand some regular zombie plots, but for a virus to change a person’s physically appearance so drastically? I’m not sure I bought it.

I didn’t really feel the romantic connection between Sherry and Joshua either. It felt a bit like the typical bad-boy plot, and just a little bit of insta-love. I can see how you might connect with someone so quickly when there are so few people left, but still.


Skip it

Just okay. It was worth finishing the book but it’s not my favorite!

book_recommendations1Tomorrow, When the War Began       Monument 14

Monument 14 (Monument 14 #1) – Emmy Laybourne

Monument 14 (Monument 14 #1) – Emmy LaybourneTitle: Monument 14 (Monument 14 #1) by Emmy Laybourne
Publishing Info: June 5, 2012 by Macmillan
Source: Anderson's Bookshop
Genres: Apocalyptic, Young Adult
Find it on the web: Buy from Amazon // GoodreadsDate Completed: June 23, 2014
Related Posts: Sky on Fire (Monument 14 #2), Dress Your Marines in White (Monument 14 #0.5), Savage Drift (Monument 14 #3), Sweet

     Your mother hollers that you’re going to miss the bus. She can see it coming down the street. You don’t stop and hug her and tell her you love her. You don’t thank her for being a good, kind, patient mother. Of course not—you launch yourself down the stairs and make a run for the corner. Only, if it’s the last time you’ll ever see your mother, you sort of start to wish you’d stopped and did those things. Maybe even missed the bus.But the bus was barreling down our street, so I ran.Fourteen kids. One superstore. A million things that go wrong. In Emmy Laybourne’s action-packed debut novel, six high school kids (some popular, some not), two eighth graders (one a tech genius), and six little kids trapped together in a chain superstore build a refuge for themselves inside. While outside, a series of escalating disasters, beginning with a monster hailstorm and ending with a chemical weapons spill, seems to be tearing the world—as they know it—apart.


What an exciting book! MONUMENT 14 was jam packed full of adventure as these 14 brave kids battle one obstacle right after the other. I thought I was going to be overwhelmed with the fact that there were fourteen main characters, but I think I sorted them out pretty well. Once you really go to know the characters and their individual personalities, it was pretty easy to keep them all straight. I think the only problem I had was with the little kids every once in a while, but in way,  I kind of feel like that’s how the older kids would see them. I know personally when I’m thrown together with a lot of people anywhere (in the real world as well as a book), it takes me some time to sort people out until I really get to know them, so I actually feel like that was right on par. As the book progresses, you really start to see each personality shine and even through flaws and annoying habits, I really started to like each character individually.

Despite the fact that most YA novels that are increasingly popular are from the girl’s perspective, I thought it was really well written by Emmy Laybourne to tell his from Dean’s point of view. I know she mentioned on the Fierce Reads tour in our Q&A session that she really wanted the social status and pecking order in the boys’ group to really be a prominent part of the book, and I definitely saw that. I really does play a big part as to how the guys interact with each other and you can really see who the noble ones are and even though they seem to be getting pegged lower, how much more mature they are than the “popular” boys.

I actually think my favorite character was Niko (he’s the natural leader and Boy Scout). Even though Dean’s the narrator and we really get to delve into his personality and inner monologue, I liked Niko’s quiet side and how little by little we get to know more about him. Finally the popular kids come around from making fun of him for being a Boy Scout (and hey, I’ve know some Eagle Scouts and they are not dorky at all!), but then turns out his skills and knowledge are way more useful than anybody really anticipated.

I don’t think I was really too into the romance of Dean and Astrid, but in all fairness, they really were kept apart most of the story. Even when they were together, there were still other popular guys that Dean had to sort of fight off (or avoid conflict from) before he’d even be able to talk to Astrid (who is also a year his senior, so double intimidating). I do like how it developed though and it looks like we’ll get to know more about them in future books!

There was one thing that kind of threw me off the whole book which I know is a sensitive subject in the YA world: swearing. Since these books are for young adults, where do you draw the line at swearing? Many of the swears were shortened or self-sensored, which as an adult reading it, I would have preferred they just been used. Even teens swear (I actually swore a lot in high school… Oops) so I guess it’s a finding a good balance of how much to really put in there since all ages of young adults will be reading the book. For some reason it was a bit distracting for me because even at that age, talking to another teen, I’d definitely just come out and swear. Also, there were a few sexual references/sexual activity as well as drug use and drinking which hey, that happens too, but I figured if you could refer to that, why hold back on curse words? Just my opinion, and like I said, always a sensitive topic, so it really is up to the author and how they feel about the subjects and who they want to gear the book to.

It was really fun to see Emmy on the Fierce Reads tour and hear more about the book straight from her as well! I liked the idea of how she came up with the concept and she was really fun to listen to. Definitely glad I picked up her book! It was a thrill to read and I can’t wait to read more.

addiction_factor1READ IT!

I had so much fun reading this! I really enjoyed the character development and we all know I’m a sucker for post-apocalyptic stories. I can’t wait to read what happens next!

book_recommendations1BOOKS LIKE MONUMENT 14

Tomorrow, When the War Began    Tomorrow, When the War Began