Oh man this cover is giving me so much life! And this banner that FFBC made for this blog tour is absolutely perfect. I’ll be honest and don’t shoot me down for this, but I have personally never read The Count of Monte Cristo ever in my life, nor do I really know what it’s about, so even though this is marketed as a gender-bent retelling of that book, that in no way shape or form turned me on to this novel. Clearly I do better not knowing the source material for retellings because a lot of the retellings I’ve had the pleasure of reading have been amazing in their own right, without being in the shadow of their predecessors. This is no exception.
So click on the banner for more info, the rest of the schedule, and let’s see what I thought about this very interesting book that I’m so glad I got to read!
I don’t think I could ever thank the team at Fantastic Flying Book Club enough for including me in their amazing blog tours. Seriously, one of the best blog tour companies that I have ever had the pleasure of working with, to the point that it doesn’t even feel like work to me! I have had nothing but amazing thoughts about all the books that I have been chosen for, and I consistently have a silly grin on my face whenever I get selected for a tour.
So again, I have to give a big thank you for including me in this blog tour, and thank you for surrounding me with so many other amazing blogs and people for this tour! As always, click on the banner above to see the rest of the stops on this tour, and enjoy the ride. I haven’t done a playlist and dream cast post for a blog tour since September, so it’s a long time coming to test my imagination skills. Let’s see how I do.
OMG When I got the email saying that I was chosen to be a part of this tour, I flipped out! I was hoping and praying that I could be a part of this one, and I am so glad my prayers came true! Thank you so, so, so much to Fantastic Flying Book Club, HarperTeen, and Nina Varela for this opportunity! Be sure to click on the banner to see the full tour schedule and show support for Valera’s debut novel. We are so proud of her.