I am a Harper Voyager Super Reader. That means I am auto approved for any ARC’s that I ask for and sometimes get surprises in the mail. Well a few months ago I got a surprise ARC of The Blood of the Four in the mail and was happy to add it to my growing ARC collection. Then just before its actual release on March 6th I got a retail hardcover in the mail.
I know, I know you are all so happy for me and not at all jealous. Let me assure you there is no need to be jealous, at least not of me. I am going to do the same thing I always do when I have extras of a book I am going to have a giveaway! This will be open to all as usual but if you are overseas it will be shipped as cheaply as I can so it may take a while.
I am going to try and do the giveaway a bit differently this time by having you able to enter two different ways. First you can enter by making a comment here on this blog post.
The second way is to make a tweet saying “I want to win” ….. Actually I don’t care what you say as long as you use the hashtag #goblingiveaway and tag me and the authors @Hobblogin @ChristophGolden @timlebbon and @HarperVoyagerUS
You can even enter both ways and get 2 chances to win. On April 6th the winner will be selected randomly using this great little tool https://www.miniwebtool.com/random-name-picker/ Here is the blurb for the book and good luck!
Blood of the Four
The acclaimed authors of The Map of Moments and The Secret Journeys of Jack London join creative forces once more in this epic, standalone novel—an exciting dark fantasy of gods and mortals, fools and heroes, saviors and destroyers with a brilliant beam of hope at its core–that should more than appeal to readers of N.K. Jemisin and Brandon Sanderson.
In the great kingdom of Quandis, everyone is a slave. Some are slaves to the gods. Most are slaves to everyone else.
Blessed by the gods with lives of comfort and splendor, the royal elite routinely perform their duties, yet some chafe at their role. A young woman of stunning ambition, Princess Phela refuses to allow a few obstacles—including her mother the queen and her brother, the heir apparent—stand in the way of claiming ultimate power and glory for herself.
Far below the royals are the Bajuman. Poor and oppressed, members of this wretched caste have but two paths out of servitude: the priesthood . . . or death.
Because magic has been kept at bay in Quandis, royals and Bajuman have lived together in an uneasy peace for centuries. But Princess Phela’s desire for power will disrupt the realm’s order, setting into motion a series of events that will end with her becoming a goddess in her own right . . . or ultimately destroying Quandis and all its inhabitants.
Update The giveaway is over.
I will send an e-mail to the winner, If I don’t hear back from him in 24hours a new winner will be chosen.