Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Review Tour: Return of the White Deer by Robert Sells

Congratulations to bn100, the tour prize winner and to Natural Bri and Journey of a Bookseller, the host winners.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual REVIEW ONLY Tour for Return of the White Deer by Robert Sells, a 296 page Young Adult novel available now. The tour will run every Monday for 4 weeks starting on April 11, and the book is available in PDF format.

Robert Sells will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn host. Additionally, Goddess Fish Productions will be awarding a $5 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn host.
It's not easy growing up in seventh century Mercia, an ancient kingdom in England. Bit more difficult when you are the Chosen One and on track to become the next king. Especially if you have no army, no training, and no noble background.

At least that's what Pen thought after being kidnapped by the King and locked away in a dungeon. And, who could help him now? His father, a mere farmer? The few people in a backwater village, not even on some maps?

Ahh… but a village of secrets. Secrets about a matronly woman with a dark past and her feisty daughter who somehow had become an expert archer. Secrets even about his father who, without a weapon, took down an armed soldier. Secrets about his mother, long dead. Secrets about an old black horse which could outrun all others. But, most of all, secrets about a strange white deer lurking in a forbidden forest.

After being rescued, Pen finds himself in the middle of a rebellion and on a roller-coaster ride ending with his coronation or, far more likely, his death.  Success hinges on this fifteen year old boy growing into a man in a few short months. Yup, growing up in Mercia wasn’t easy.
April 11: Long and Short Reviews YA
April 11: Sharing Links and Wisdom
April 18: Journey of a Bookseller
April 25: Natural Bri and review
April 25: LibriAmoriMiei
April 25: Thornton Berry Shire Press, Home of the Benjamin McTish Series
May 2: One Book Shy of a Full Shelf