Thursday, May 07, 2009

Giveaway! One Set of the Atherton Series by Patrick Carman

For those of you who love to get your hands on some great YA fiction (and I know you're out there)  Little, Brown Books for Young Readers has offered ONE set of the Atherton series by Patrick Carman to me to feature on this site for giveaway. (U.S. and Canada only) Atherton: House of Power From the creator of the Land of Elyon comes a riveting adventure set in an extraordinary satellite world'created as a refuge from a dying Earth'that begins to collapse and forever change the lives of its inhabitants. Edgar, a gifted climber, is a lonely boy scaling the perilous cliffs that separate the three realms of Atherton: a humble fig grove; a mysterious highland world of untold beauty and sinister secrets; and a vast wasteland where he must confront an unspeakable danger that could destroy the people of Atherton. When Edgar discovers a book which contains the history of Atherton's origins and ultimate apocalypse, his world 'quite literally' begins to turn inside out. Atherton: Rivers of Fire The Highlands, the center of Atherton, is sinking; Samuel and Isabel are trying to sneak into The House of Power to restore water to the world of Atherton; and Dr. Kincaid, Vincent and Edgar make their way towards the edge of the Highlands, intent on entering the secret underground refuge of Mead's Hollow and finding the key to unlocking Dr. Harding's brain. They must discover the solution to overcoming the threat of the deadly Cleaners, creatures now unleashed on the flattened land, before it's too late. But Mead's Hollow holds more secrets than any of them had ever imagined. In this tremendously satisfying continuation of the story of Atherton, readers will experience a world turned inside out; a spectacular flood; former enemies forced to work together in the name of survival; surprising histories concerning the creator of Atherton, Dr. Harding, and his partner Dr. Kincaid, and a shocking revelation about Edgar's own past. Best of all, the trip to Mead's Hollow leads to a dangerous-and extraordinary-expedition through the interior of Atherton that will titillate imaginations for a long time to come. With themes evocative of Paradise Lost and Dante's Inferno, expect Rivers of Fire to give readers plenty to sink their teeth into. Atherton: The Dark Planet After journeying to an unfamiliar land where air is nearly unbreathable and light stings like shards of glass, Edgar must navigate the deadly forests--full of creatures far more frightening than anything he has seen on Atherton--and join the child workforce of Silo #7, the site where Dr. Harding (the mad maker of Atherton) was raised.In the final thrilling chapter of this epic triology, we meet an engaging new cast of characters and Dr. Harding's ultimate plan comes together in an incredibly satisfying conclusion. If you'd like to get your hands on all three of these beautiful books, then either leave a comment here or email me at sqt1969(at)gmail(dot)com under the header "Atherton" to enter and I will randomly pick a winner by Thursday May 21st. Please make sure I can reach you easily. If I do not hear back from a winner within 48 hours I will pass the books onto another entrant. Multiple entries will be disqualified. Open in the U.S. and Canada only. Good luck!

10 comments:

Michelle G said...

Those sound like wonderful books. :) I would love to have my name entered into the contest. :)

Thank you for bringing them to my attention.

Michelle

Mulluane said...

Me! Me!

You know how much I hate series...I mean seriously....

Anonymous said...

This seems like a great series.

delitealex

Brooke Reviews said...

These sound great, I hadn't heard of them until now! :/ Makes me feel bad. Pick me! bacarleton @ gmail . com

carolsnotebook said...

I would love to be entered. I could share them with my daughter. Thanks.

carolsnotebook at yahoo dot com

katie6505 said...

I love YA novels. Too many adult books are embracing the "adult" content at the expense of good story telling.

Best Fantasy and Science Fiction said...

Count me in! I always enjoy YA as it is a nice change from mundane fiction of some "adult" authors.

Charles Gramlich said...

Count me in. I sure have been enjoying the Harry Potter books.

S.M.D. said...

I thought I entered for this? Well, whatever, consider this my entry. That's quite bizarre...

Jenn said...

I would love to read this series! Please enter me in the contest.

Jenn
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