Friday, April 5, 2024

Standard Tour: The Dark Court by Vyvyan Evans

Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for THE DARK COURT by Vyvyan Evans, a science fiction available May 7 from Nephilim Publishing. The tour will run May 13 - May 31 and Vyvyan Evans is available for guest post and interviews. No reviews are being requested for this tour, but if you would like to review, please sign up on the Review Tour.

Vyvyan Evans will be awarding paperback copies of The Babel Apocalypse (Book 1, Songs of the Sage), AND The Dark Court (Book 2, Songs of the Sage) to one randomly drawn winner (USA, UK or Australia) via rafflecopter during the tour, and paperback copies of The Babel Apocalypse (Book 1, Songs of the Sage), AND The Dark Court (Book 2, Songs of the Sage) to a randomly drawn host.

A genre-blending dystopian, sci-fi mystery-thriller that will make you think about communication in a whole new way.

Five years after the Great Language Outage, lang-laws have been repealed, but world affairs have only gotten worse. The new automation agenda has resulted in a social caste system based on IQ. Manual employment is a thing of the past, and the lowest soc-ed class, the Unskills, are forced into permanent unemployment.

In a world on the brink of civil war, a deadly insomnia pandemic threatens to kill billions. Lilith King, Interpol’s most celebrated detective, is assigned to the case.

Together with a sleep specialist, Dr. Kace Westwood, Lilith must figure out who or what is behind this new threat. Could the pandemic be the result of the upskilling vagus chips being offered to the lowest soc-ed class? Or are language chips being hacked? And what of the viral conspiracy theories by the mysterious Dark Court, sweeping the globe? Lilith must work every possible angle, and quickly: she is running out of time!

While attempting to stop a vast conspiracy on an intergalactic scale, Lilith also faces shocking revelations about her origin, coming to terms with her own destiny.

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