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Giveaway: Moonset

Moonset

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I was lucky enough to be able to get the chance to read MOONSET just a bit early. In fact, I had enough time between when I first got my hands on an early copy and its release – which is coming up on April 8th – that I was able to read it more than once.

And I absolutely loved the characters that author Scott Tracey created for this new series. I loved the fact that there were so many dark secrets about the Moonset coven in this first book in the series. And I love that not everything has been revealed at the story’s end.

As the author is one of my favorite new authors, whose writing I love a little bit more with each story of his I read, I just had to offer up a few copies of his very-soon-to-be-released book MOONSET.

All the details are below. But first, if you haven’t yet heard of MOONSET, I’ve included the Goodreads description which reveals a little bit about the story but doesn’t even begin to hint at the book’s awesomeness.

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Moonset, a coven of such promise . . . Until they turned to the darkness.

After the terrorist witch coven known as Moonset was destroyed fifteen years ago—during a secret war against the witch Congress—five children were left behind, saddled with a legacy of darkness. Sixteen-year-old Justin Daggett, son of a powerful Moonset warlock, has been raised alongside the other orphans by the witch Congress, who fear the children will one day continue the destruction their parents started.

A deadly assault by a wraith, claiming to work for Moonset’s most dangerous disciple, Cullen Bridger, forces the five teens to be evacuated to Carrow Mill. But when dark magic wreaks havoc in their new hometown, Justin and his siblings are immediately suspected. Justin sets out to discover if someone is trying to frame the Moonset orphans . . . or if Bridger has finally come out of hiding to reclaim the legacy of Moonset. He learns there are secrets in Carrow Mill connected to Moonset’s origins, and keeping the orphans safe isn’t the only reason the Congress relocated them . . .

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What's-up-for-GRABS

A paperback copy of MOONSET by Scott Tracey to THREE (3) winners

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  • Only ONE entry per household
  • You MUST be 13 or older to enter
  • There will be THREE (3) winners
  • Winners will be chosen by Random via Rafflecopter
  • Winners will be announced in the Rafflecopter form and contacted by email
  • Winners will have 48 hours to respond after notification
  • Books will be pre-ordered and sent from Amazon or The Book Depository depending upon location

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69 Responses to “Giveaway: Moonset”

  1. Tina says:

    Definitely light magic. Thanks for such an exciting giveaway!!

  2. Mary Preston says:

    I do love dark magic.

  3. jwitt33 says:

    I’ve gotta go with light :)

  4. How about a bit of both?

  5. Alondra says:

    Dark!!!

  6. Kristia says:

    Light! Thank you for the giveaway :)

  7. Tina Sawyer says:

    Light!

  8. Nago says:

    Dark’s more fun. :)

  9. Jackie G. says:

    Light magic, for sure! Especially in terms of video games. I’m a sucker for healers :)

  10. Ana Lucía says:

    Hard to tell, it depends on the -fictional- situaiton. Dark is more powerful but I’ll go with light. I’m not into evil things so LOL.
    Thank you for the giveaway :)

  11. Parajunkee says:

    Dark!

  12. Light! :D
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. I love a bit of both – dark for the danger, light for the hope.

  14. Becci Guymer says:

    I love a bit of light magic, but then I love a bit of dark – can I have both? Can I have dull magic? Though that does sound rather crap. At a push, I’d say dark magic :)

  15. Rabiah says:

    Hmm… dark creeps me out (which I love) and light is always good… so many a bit of both :P (but more dark… hehe) Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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