Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Whispers in Autumn by Trisha Leigh

Althea has known she's not like everyone else for some time.  Other people don't travel from place to place, season to season, and not remember anything in between.  Other people don't live with parents who really aren't their parents.  And other people don't have a necklace that contains a note saying, "Trust no one."

The author and Goddess Fish Blog allowed me to read a copy of this ebook for review and for this tour (thank you).  You can purchase a copy on Amazon right now.

Althea tries hard not to do anything different from the other students.  She has such an in-between life, it's like having no life at all.  She can love no one, nothing is ever constant, and she never knows when she will wake up in a new place with a new situation to face.  Despite being abnormal, she must mimic normal to survive.  Somehow she knows that instinctively.

Suddenly the wardens are visiting the school and interviewing students.  Any student found to be defective disappears.  They're "broken" and won't be returned.  This is not a kind world; humans are disposable. Althea is scared of being interviewed.   Then Althea meets Lucas.  Does she dare trust him?

This is a very interesting fantasy world that captures your attention and makes you wonder if any humans will survive.  You'll keep turning the pages to learn more and when you finish this story, you'll want to read the next book in series.  The author leaves you with a cliff hanger and you'll want to know what comes next.   

Trisha will be awarding two $5.00 Amazon Gift Cards and one $20.00 Gift Card GC to randomly drawn commenters during the tour.

Follow the tour and comment. The more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found here: 

Happy reading. 


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting today.

Sarah Kalaitzidis said...

I just love this series!!! I can't wait for the next book!
Thanks for the great giveaway Trisha!!!

Trisha Leigh said...

Thanks for hosting today!

MomJane said...

I love fantasy stories. This may be for YAs,but iwould love to read it too.

Ingeborg said...

Thank you for the review. Sounds like a great read.


Lyra L7 said...

Lovely cover! I love good fantasy stories!!!

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Shannon Ro said...

Sounds like a really intriguing story, I am wondering more about these wardens are they not human themselves then? I guess I'll have to check it out to see

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Kris Beaver said...

Sounds like one I would like!

Maggie Thom said...

Love the cover and love the title. It sounds very intriguing.

Chelsea B. said...

This book sounds soooo interesting! I've heard nothing but good things!


Anonymous said...

Sounds intriguing!


Catherine Lee said...

Trisha...How old are Althea and Lucas? Was she aware from the time she was a child that she was different?
catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

Trisha Leigh said...

Thanks for your comments, everyone!

@Catherine - Althea and Lucas are sixteen (almost seventeen) and yes, they've known they were different as long as they can remember.

But how far back can YOU remember? #tease ;)

Mary Preston said...

I always appreciate a page turner. This is a world I'm eager to dive into.


Alexia561 said...

Great review! Really enjoyed this one and have already downloaded Winter Omens. Can't wait to see what happens next for Althea and Logan!