Wednesday, November 19, 2014

***Review and blog tour for Mirror X by Karri Thompson ****

Mirror X by Karri Thompson
November17 – 21 -2014

~*~*~ My Review ~*~*~

This is a very interesting book, 
I could not put the book down. 
I found myself still up at 4am before I knew it. 
the story line is well 
thought out. I love SiFi books, and this one did not disappoint.
Kari Thompson had me hooked befor the first chapter was over.
I love how her mind works and the little querks in the story were 
simply aw inspiring. This book had me so drawn in that I was right 
with Cassie I would have done the same stuck in her perdicament.
This book is a must read, I truly enjoyed it you I hope you will too.

~*~*~ Description ~*~*~

Cassie Dannacher wakes up in a hospital over 1,000 years into
the future after her space capsule is retrieved from space. She soon learns
that 600 years prior to her arrival, the earth was struck by a plague, killing
over half of the world’s population. Naïve and desperate, Cassie, who longs for
home and is having trouble adjusting to the new, dictatorial 31st century
government, is comforted by Michael Bennett, the 20-year old lead geneticist at
the hospital where she was revived.

But why is Cassie in genetics’ hospital in the first place, and why do several
of the people around her seem so familiar, including Travel Carson, the hot and
edgy boy she is fated to meet? Soon she discovers there is a sinister answer to
all of her questions – and that they want something from Cassie that only she
can give.

~*~*~ Purchase Links ~*~*~

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Karri Thompson

Growing up in San
Diego, California, Karri Thompson spent much of her years at the beach, reading
novels, tanning, and listening to music. At SDSU, she earned a BA in English,
MA in education, and her teaching credential. As a wife, mother, and
high-school English teacher, she began writing novels, giving all of the
compelling plots and unique characters in her head a home. Victorian literature
rocks her socks, and when she’s not writing, jogging, going to concerts, or
watching her son play football, she’s reading Dickens

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