Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Anasazi: The Thirteenth Chime Book 2

Author: Emma Michaels
Book 2 of The Sense of Truth Series
Publisher: Bokheim
Source: Blog Tour by Author

One year ago, something happened to David. Following the only clue he had he headed out into the desert. Now he has asked me to come see him. But when I arrived, he was gone. The people in town claim they have never heard of him and everyone wants me to leave.

But I know he was here and he is in trouble.
He can't survive out there for long.
Can he?
David. I will find you.

About the Author:
Emma Michaels started book blogging in 2009, released her debut novel in 2010 (The Thirteenth Chime) and has been writing ever since. Now she spends her time writing biographical paragraphs in the third person and drinking an abundance of tea when she works on her novels. She thinks the word ‘she’ can be redundant in bios so she plans to use it as many times as she can and she loves reading almost as much as she loves reality. She has the amazing support of her fiancé and Chihuahua who keep her from forgetting that food is a necessity when she sits down in front of her computer and loses track of time. She obsessively follows book bloggers and other reviewers and loves e-mails from readers because readers really are an author’s best friend(s).

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Book Trailer:

Emma captivated me from the moment I picked up Anasazi. It is an intriguing tale that constantly peaked me curiosity, leaving me in wonderment at the outcome. It is a thrilling and original read that had me hooked until the end. Emma's writing is clear and descriptive without over indulging. I was able to picture the town, it's people, and the dessert easily. The pace of the book was well set. I found myself enjoying it without feeling everything was happening to quickly or to slowly. I hate being bored with a book and this book was anything but boring. Emma pulled out a few surprises with this novel. I definitely kept wondering what was going on and didn't ever completely figure it all out. Megan and Davis are quite opposite characters but they work well together. Megan is wild and crazy, a bad girl some might say. I feel she still has oats to sew and just hasn't completely matured. Davis on the other hand is on the more serious side, mellow and driven by purpose and planning. When Megan goes to see David and then cannot find him you get the sense that she wasn't expecting a mystery and a town full of odd characters. However the story pulls itself together and leaves you amazed. I enjoyed it for what it is. If you haven't yet read The Thirteenth Chime (A Sense of Truth) I suggest it! You'll want to read book one in anticipation of book two! The title will release on August 5th per Emma's website. I will keep you posted on purchase links. The Thirteenth chime was quite a hit debut novel and I expect Emma's readers will love Anasazi as well!

I have one copy to giveaway thanks to Emma! Must be a follower or subscriber of this blog.  Simply leave a comment below.  Make sure you leave your email in the space provided (private) or in the comment section (public).  Leave a second comment with the link for sharing the giveaway for an extra entry.  Comments need to be seperate please!  US/CAN only.

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