Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Kindle Giveaway! UNDER THE SHADOW Book Blitz (Top 10 List)

Children of the First Star: Volume I
J.M. Kay

Book Blitz

Top 10 List

Top ten favorite books in no particular order: there were probably thirty others that could have made the list but oh well. 

The Count of Monte Cristo (unabridged) by Alexander Dumas
Shogun by James Clavell
Constantine's Sword by James   Carroll
Atlas Shrugged by  Ayn Rand
Pillars of the Earth by  Ken Follett
Catch-22  by  Joseph Heller
Every single Calvin and Hobbes collection (counts as one 😊)  by  Bill Waterson
Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by  Ken Kesey
The Book of Laughter and Forgetting by Milan Kundera

About the Author

J. M. Kay started writing seriously his sophomore year of college at University of California, Santa Barbara. A few poems here and there led to several collections of poetry, a book of short stories, and many other writing projects. Under the Shadow, Children of the First Star: Volume I is his first novel. He, his wife and their adorable Shih Tzu all hope that this is just the first book of many, as being a writer, for all of its aggravations, is still way more fun and rewarding than what he used to do.

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 Book Details

In the small mid-west town of Ashton, two boys are accidently abducted by a universal archivist from a distant planet. The boys must travel with the archivist to a planet filled with secrets, all the while hoping it is in the interest of the archivist’s superiors to send them back to earth. In Ashton, the apparent kidnapping of the two missing teens spark old hatreds and suspicions in a town that once before suffered a very similar tragedy. 

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