Blog Tour: #Giveaway to #Win The Conjurer's Riddle by Andrea Cremer ~ Review




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Week One:


Two Chicks on Books – guest post - 11/2
Reading is Better with Cupcakes – review & giveaway - 11/3
Jessabella Reads – 10 Random Things - 11/4
A Dream Within a Dream – interview - 11/5
Butter My Books – excerpt - 11/6

Week Two:

YA Books Central – review - 11/9
Please Feed the Bookworm – book soundtrack & review - 11/10
The Young Folks – Would You Rather? - 11/11
The Forest of Words and Pages – interview - 11/12
Seeing Double in Neverland – review & giveaway - 11/13





The Conjurer's Riddle (The Inventor's Secret #2) by 
Hardcover352 pages 
Published November 3rd 2015 
by Philomel Books
Source: Hardcover from Publisher
Rating: 4 Out of 5 Stars



Synopsis

The Revolution is beginning–and Charlotte may be on the wrong side.

In this sequel to The Inventor's Secret, Charlotte and her companions escape the British Empire, but they haven't left danger behind. In fact, if they go against the revolutionaries, they face even greater peril. 

Charlotte leads her group of exiles west, plunging into a wild world of shady merchants and surly rivermen on the way to New Orleans. But as Charlotte learns more about the revolution she has championed, she wonders if she's on the right side after all. Charlotte and her friends get to know the mystical New Orleans bayou and deep into the shadowy tunnels below the city–the den of criminals, assassins and pirates–Charlotte must decide if the revolution's goals justify their means, or if some things, like the lives of her friends, are too sacred to sacrifice.

About the Author

Andrea Cremer is a New York Times and international bestselling author. She spent her childhood daydreaming while roaming the forests and lakeshores of Northern Wisconsin. She now lives in Southern California.

Andrea has always loved writing and has never stopped writing, but it took a horse and a broken foot to prompt her to finally write the novel she’d always dreamed of writing. Prior to becoming a full-time novelist, Andrea resided in the academic world where she taught early modern history.


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Comments

  1. I don't think is much left in the way of uniqueness. I'd love to create a device that can coerce someone into seeing things your way instead of fighting/arguing back. There is, of course, many other inventions I'd like, but you only said name one. ;)

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  2. I would invent a weathershield that is invisible, form-fitting to each user, keeps the user at the optimum body temperature--this way no one would need umbrellas, winter coats, rain coats. I'm wishing as winter approaches that I had this.

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  3. I want to invent a bullshit detector. Something infallible. It would be similar to a regular lie detector test, but 100% accurate.

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  4. I would invent a karma box. You put in whatever and you get what you deserve on the other side. 😄

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    1. This could be awesome but also scary because nobody is perfect so I may get back a little something

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