"I am ready to meet my maker. Whether my maker is prepared to meet me is another matter."
-Winston Churchill

Thursday, April 21, 2011

5 FR Review for Hungry For You - BTDF Round 4

We're getting down to the final matches with the Blog Tour de Force Cage Match Edition.  We've seen some great rounds thus far and I am happy to announce today's Cage Match - Zombies VS The British!  Can you even take the Undead Out of the running?????

Ding or Dead?
Who will you vote for?

Don't forget for every comment you leave on the authors blogs you will gain an entry to win a Kindle,  along with some great books and gift baskets,  so check it out then GO GO GO!

Paperback Woman by Suzanne Adair

She expected the redcoats to solve her father's murder. The redcoats and her father had other plans.

In early June 1780, the village of Alton, Georgia, is rocked by the triple murder of the town printer and one of his associates, both outspoken patriots, and a Spanish assassin. Alton's redcoats are in no hurry to seek justice for the murdered men. The printer and his buddies have stirred up trouble for the garrison. But the printer's widowed daughter, Sophie Barton, wants justice for her father. Under suspicion from the redcoats, Sophie sets out on a harrowing journey to find the truth about her father -- a journey that plunges her into a hornet's nest of terror, treachery, and international espionage.

Hungry For You by A.M. Harte

“There is no greater drug than relationships; there is no sweeter death than love.”

Love is horrible. It’s ruthless, messy, mind-altering, and raw. It takes no prisoners. It chews you up and spits you out and leaves you for dead. Love is, you could say, very much like a zombie.

In this haunting short story collection, anything is possible—a dying musician turns to tea for inspiration; a police sergeant struggles with a very unusual victim; a young wife is trapped in a house hiding unimaginable evil....

With "Hungry For You", A.M. Harte explores the disturbing and delightful in an anthology that unearths the thin boundary between love and death.

My Review of Hungry For You:

I've got two words for you - Zombies.  Phenomenal.  This was a collection of short stories of...well you guessed it...Zombies!  I never knew they could be portrayed in so many ways.  It was magnificent!  From needing to feed by having sex,  to epidemics and tea addictions,  the transformations were incredible.  I truly enjoyed this read,  which is a very fast paced read by the way.  You will find yourself so enthralled and finished before you know it.

Harte did such a great job with this title I just can't say enough.  It was such a pleasant turn from the normal paranormal/fantasy that it gave me goose bumps.  I even loved the first story so much I think it could be made into a whole novel in itself.  I loved it!  Not only can you get a copy of this book today for FREE by simply hopping over to A.M.'s blog and leaving her a comment,  but if you miss out it's only $1.99 for Kindle.  So now you can truly feed the hunger.  Go get yourself some Zombie Love Man!

Don't forget you will gain an entry for a Kindle for every comment you leave not to mention win a book from the author.  Visit Blog Tour de Force and sign up for their newsletter to stay updated and get 5 entries.  You read that right,  FIVE ENTRIES.

Who will you vote for today?  I'd love to know - so leave me a comment.  Let's talk Zombies VS The British.

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