Win a Autographed copy of Paternus by Dyrk Ashton

I will be giving away two autographed copies of the Award wining Debut book


by Dyrk Ashton 

Just comment below to enter. I would appreciate it if you followed the blog but it is not necessary. If you don’t want to mess around with the blog You can also like my  Face Book Page to see my reviews. If there is a good response I would like to do a giveaway every month. Probably of a new book being released or one I reviewed recently. But to do that, you need to help and share the news about this giveaway.

But don’t forget to comment on this post before you leave.

Contest will run until November 30th. Signed copies will be sent to each of the two winners chosen randomly. If you have questions feel free to  Ask me here

Thank you Dyrk for writing a great book and signing them for the contest.

The all important book blurb

Gods, monsters, angels, devils. Call them what you like. They exist. The epic battles between titans, giants, and gods, heaven and hell, the forces of light and darkness. They happened. And the war isn’t over.

17 year old Fi Patterson lives with her stuffy English uncle and has an internship at a local hospital for the aged. She doesn’t know what she wants to do with her life, misses her dead mother, wonders about the father she never knew. One bright spot is caring for Peter, a dementia-ridden old man whose faraway smile can make her whole day. And there’s her conflicted attraction to Zeke — awkward, brilliant, talented — who plays guitar for the old folks. Then a group of very strange and frightening men show up for a “visit”…

Fi and Zeke’s worlds are shattered as their typical everyday concerns are suddenly replaced by the immediate need to stay alive — and they try to come to grips with the unimaginable reality of the Firstborn.

“Keep an open mind. And forget everything you know…”

In case you don’t want to wait to see if you won a free copy

you can buy it from Amazon HERE

40 thoughts on “Win a Autographed copy of Paternus by Dyrk Ashton

  1. I am very interested to see how a book with a cover reminiscent of the Hardy Boys can pull into a sharp fantasy thrill.

    If I win, it will also help me appraise the review capabilities of my Fantasy Friend for Life Laura Hughes and miscreant G.K. Matthews, which is key.

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  2. Dyrk will be a household name in the fantasy genre one day. Already killed it with Paternus. Just read the rave reviews for this book. I’d love a copy. Congrats on the award Dyrk.

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