Monday, February 18, 2013

Fields of Elysium Has Opened its Wings and Ready to Fly

With a Book Blast on February 27th, the virtual promotional tour of Fields of Elysium will begin. Followed by an online Blog Tour from April 29 - May 10. Over 50 book bloggers signed up to participate. So, it's a very exciting but nerve-racking time for me now. :)

My interview, posted by the tour host: I Am a Reader not a Writer

If you haven't heard of Fields of Elysium, please visit the MY BOOKS page or/and read the chapter 1-3 and 16-17 here on my blog to see if my book is the kind you enjoy to read.     

The list of Bloggers is coming soon!


The newest reviews from all over the web:

Review by: Kate Graef on Feb. 16, 2013 : star star star star star
This is by far my favorite read this yesr!!!! LOVE IT!!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)   - SMASHWORDS
Review by: Denn4 on Feb. 15, 2013 : star star star star star
Loved loved loved this book. I cant wait for the next book to come out.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)  - SMASHWORDS
Danielle rated it 5 of 5 stars false
Recommends it for: Young adults/teens
Recommended to Danielle by: goodreads giveaways
Holy cows and chickens!! I can't believe the effect this story had on my heart from crying to laughing I can honestly say I will never be the same! I eagerly await the second book, because I hope there will be one. Anyways, I hope anyone who's a sucker for a good romance novel or a someone like me, a fantasy lover, than you should read this book. At one point in the book it was a little slow and hard to keep the rhythm but once it started again I couldn't put it down I loved this book!!

Larry B Gray rated it 5 of 5 stars false
I really enjoyed reading Fields of Elysium by A.B. Whelan. This coming of age sci-fi story involved jumping back and forth between two world and the many exciting adventures had on them. There was plenty of action which kept me on the edge of my seat and wanting more.

The storyline was well thought-out and believable. The author did a great job of describing the world of Arkana and the many wonder and adventure the heroine had there. You could easily place yourself there and enjoy the sounds and smells. I like being able to join in the story and feel like I am there.

A.B. Whelan did a great job of developing the characters. They were very believable and easy to identify with. Each character’s part was clear and easy to follow. Again it was easy to get into the story and follow along with the main characters.

I really liked Fields of Elysium by A.B. Whelan and I highly recommend this sci-fi adventure to all readers.

[Please note: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.]

Mary rated it 4 of 5 stars false
I was given this book by the author for review. At this time, I would like to thank the author for the book. I did enjoy the book. It was very creative in the description of Arkana and the characters are enjoyable.

Best Part of the Book: I enjoy the story line of this book. Molly just moved to LA from NJ and was not quite fitting in yet. She was taking a hike and found a "worm hole" and it sent her to a WHOLE other world. In this world Molly meets, Weston. I think of him as of "the boy next door". However, its his friend Victor that really catches Molly's eye. Victor's goal in life is to go to the Sentinel and fight the Terrakas (which as the "Earthlings"). You can see right off the struggle and connection with Molly and Victor, but they are from two different worlds.

Not so great about the book: Like I said before, I liked the book, but its last 40% of the book that was "strange". There is Victor's whole family tree that got thrown into the mix. Then Molly's ex-boyfriend, Adam, that came out of nowhere. Plus, I was expecting more "action". I am going to assume that there will be a second book, because the ending .... well, it just ends.

Overall, the book is good and I will read Book 2 (if there is one)

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