As part of NZ book month, my publisher, Pear Jam books, would like to giveaway 3 signed copies of Rapture this week.
To enter, simply write a comment below telling me where you would hole up in the event of an apocalypse, and why.
Well thanks to the author I was given the ebook as a gift to read and write a review on and I have to say I really enjoyed this book. It was creepy, eery and a little scary, but at times there were some touching moments full of tender and purity. It felt like I was watching an episode of Supernatural, but without the constant wit and banter of Dean LOL and if you all know me you know how much I love that show and Dean LOL.
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As part of NZ book month, my local library has put up a display of some of my books with Rapture as the centrepiece! Thanks to Lynley the Librarian.
'This story stems from the Christian foretelling of the rapture. Although religious in nature, ultimately the story is about good vs. bad / nature vs. nurture. For those not religious, look at it from the aforementioned and take a leap like you would any other fictional story you would read such as stories with werewolves and vampires. I didn’t get the feeling of being preached to while reading.'
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You tube video from Rapture ebook distributor, ebooks2go
Phillip W. Simpson
Phillip W. Simpson is an author of YA and children's books.