Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Spellhacker by M.K. England. This tour is being hosted by Fantastic Flying Book Club. I loved this book and I’ll be sharing my review with you today. I’m also sharing some quotes and they are not going to be quotes everyone will enjoy. They’re funny to me, but have “mature” insults.
by M.K. England
Publisher: HarperCollins Children’s Books
Release Date: January 21st 2020
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
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My review of Spellhacker will be up later for a blog tour, but I will say that I gave it 5 stars! It was such a fun book to read. I’m happy today to share the preorder campaign and a little Q&A with the author.
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Author M.K. England decided to do something very cool to celebrate Pride month. Four bloggers were chosen to post discussion questions for everyone to answer during a read along. I have the final ones below, but make sure you check out the other blog posts. The blogger names and dates are on the graphic. There are also challenges and twitter chats. Make sure you enter the giveaway,too!
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The Disasters by M.K. England
Hotshot pilot Nax Hall has a history of making poor life choices. So it’s not exactly a surprise when he’s kicked out of the elite Ellis Station Academy in less than twenty-four hours.
But Nax’s one-way trip back to Earth is cut short when a terrorist group attacks the Academy. Nax and three other washouts escape—barely—but they’re also the sole witnesses to the biggest crime in the history of space colonization. And the perfect scapegoats.
On the run and framed for atrocities they didn’t commit, Nax and his fellow failures execute a dangerous heist to spread the truth about what happened at the Academy.
They may not be “Academy material,” and they may not get along, but they’re the only ones left to step up and fight.
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