Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Book Blast: Unstoppable by S.R. Johannes

Unstoppable

Welcome to the Unstoppable by S.R. Johannes book blast!
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Unstoppable by S.R. Johannes

After everything that has happened, Grace goes to the Everglades to live with her grandmother, Birdee. Even though she is now home-schooled by her bird-obsessed grandmother, the move gives Grace time to relax. She learns to scuba dive and starts boating with old man Rex, Birdee's casual friend/boyfriend.

One day while out in the marshes of the Everglades, Grace rescues an abused Florida panther, currently on the endangered list. The more she dives into the animal’s horrific condition, the more she ventures into the underground world of the roadside zoos that run rampant in Florida with a total disregard for the law. Eventually, she stumbles upon one large roadside zoo filled with a variety of endangered and illegal animals.

Before she can gather evidence and report her findings to the authorities, she is kidnapped by the ruthless owner and dragged deep into the Everglades for a hunting challenge. Only this time, Grace is the prey.

During a sick game of cat and mouse, Grace is offered one chance at survival. With a one-hour head start and very little supplies, time and skill are now all that stands between the hunter and the hunted.
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sr johannesAuthor S.R. Johannes

S.R. Johannes is the award-winning author of the Amazon bestselling thriller series, The Nature of Grace. Johannes is currently repped by Lara Perkins at ABLA. For foreign rights on the Nature of Grace series, contact Jennifer Custer at AM Heath (London).

S.R. Johannes is the YA advisor of ALLi and a winner of the 2012 IndieReader Discovery Awards (Young Adult category) as well as a Silver medalist (2nd place) in the IPPY awards for YA Fiction. She was also nominated for 2012 Georgia Author of the Year (Young Adult category), a Finalist in The Kindle Book Review’s Best Young Adult of 2012, and a YA Finalist in the US Book News Best Book of 2012.

After earning an MBA and working in corporate America doing marketing for over 15 years, S.R. Johannes traded in her expensive suits, high heels, and corporate lingo for a family, flip-flops, and her love of writing. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her dog, English-accented husband, and the huge imaginations of their little prince and princess, which she hopes- someday- will change the world.
 
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5 comments:

  1. This story sounds so good! Usually young adult novels seem to have such cliché storylines, but this sounds unlike anything I've read so far! I checked out the first book on Goodreads, but I'm a little less enthusiastic about that one because of the whole love triangle thing that is implied.
    Do you think the books can be read seperately?

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    1. I'm not sure if they can be read separately! I'm thinking they can't be because of the storyline from the first (which I have read). Once I read the second one, I can tell you. But you should check out the first one, I really enjoyed it! The focus is more on everything else going on rather than the romantic aspect, although it is there. ^_^

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    2. They can be read separately - they don't depend on each other. But as always, it's always best to read the first one so you can follow the character's journey. The love triangle is minimal. :)

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    3. Thanks to both of you! If the love triangle is not such a big part of the book, I can at least give it a shot! I'll add it to my TBR list ;)

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