Blog Feature: The Book Blog Life + Amazon $15 Gift Card Giveaway!

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Our next giveaway kicks off with an Amazon $15 Gift card! This can be used to purchase your new paperback copy of Fallen to Grace or anything else you fancy on Amazon! This giveaway is run through rafflecopter, so you can be assured a third party will be choosing the winner (not me).

Feel free to enter by using the link below:

AJ Blog Tour Amazon $15 Gift Card Rafflecopter Giveaway!

Or, if you prefer, you can enter on the AJ Facebook Site directly!

The winner will be announced on December 17th and the prize delivered through email, so be sure to double check your email entry information!

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Onto our blog feature! This is one of the blogs I met through BookBloggerList.com and I found Jordann. The Book Blog Life is run by Jordann who is one of those voracious readers. She loves books and is a kindred spirit in the way that books have always been an important part of her life (plus she’s from an island, like me!) I love someone who needs literature like one needs oxygen. And when she agreed to review Fallen to Grace, I was excited to get the perspective of someone who’s read a lot of books.

Jordann’s amazing and honest book review can be read in its entirety here. But here are the highlights quoted for you below:

Likes:

Fallen to Grace left me wanting more. I loved the concept of the political system, the way that everything worked with each other. The beginning for a start had me hooked, I loved the way the characters interacted with each other. Everything seemed extremely real considering how unrealistic angels can be. One thing I thought was extremely well done in this book was the characters and their interactions with one another, it was well written and believable.

Dislikes:

Sometimes there were moments where I found myself wanting to know more about something in the world or a character and their relationship with the world, but there was nothing else said about it. It could be a little disappointing at times.

Of course I cherry-picked the highlights of Jordann’s review, so I encourage you to go check it out, as well as her awesome blog.

This post is a feature for the AJ December Blog Tour

 


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