I am excited to share this debut YA novel with you guys by author J. D. Wright that hits Amazon Kindle & Kindle Unlimited TODAY! It’s the first in a Juvenile/YA fiction series about superheroes and with all the Marvel hype, who doesn’t love a good hero’s tale!? I have yet to read it, but I will be receiving a copy from the author for review soon and will have that posted in the coming weeks. So, without further ado, below is the book info as well as a short excerpt & author bio/social media links toward the end if you are interested in finding out more about the author (she also writes paranormal & fantasy romance novels, seriously check her out!)! The link below will take you to Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited link if you want to grab a copy (digital or print) for yourself!
Oh, and I’ll be hosting a giveaway over on Instagram for a signed paperback copy SOON so if you’re not already, make sure to follow us @thebibliolife and keep an eye out for that :) Check out the official paperback cover below!
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Praise for Zodiac by Romina Russell:
“With a stellar cast, fascinating mythology, and unexpected twists and turns, ZODIAC is a must read. I am a fan!” —Morgan Rhodes, New York Times bestselling author of the Falling Kingdoms series
“A sci-fi refreshing for both its nondystopian plot and fallible heroine.” —Kirkus
“Russell’s debut novel is rich with details of a society that is equal parts hard science and free-flowing faith, making it a great read for fans of both epic fantasy and sf. Fans of the immersive world of Zodiac will be happy to know that this is just the first in a series.” —Booklist
Title – Zodiac (book 1)
Author – Romina Russell
Length – 480 pages
Genre – Science Fiction, Fantasy, Dystopian
Pub. Date – Nov. 10, 2015
Summary: At the dawn of time, there were 13 Houses in the Zodiac Galaxy. Now only 12 remain….
Rhoma Grace is a 16-year-old student from House Cancer with an unusual way of reading the stars. While her classmates use measurements to make accurate astrological predictions, Rho can’t solve for ‘x’ to save her life—so instead, she looks up at the night sky and makes up stories. Continue reading “Summer Spotlight/Reread: Zodiac by Romina Russell + GIVEAWAY!”