24 October, 2012

A Thunderous Whisper Blog Tour - Giveaway (INTL)

Publication date: 9 Oct 2012 by Knopf 
ISBN 10/13: 0375869298 | 9780375869297

About the book:

Ani believes she is just an insignificant whisper of a 12-year-old girl in a loud world. This is what her mother tells her anyway. Her father made her feel important, but he's been off fighting in Spain's Civil War, and his voice in her head is fading. Then she meets Mathias. His family has just moved to Guernica and he's as far from a whisper as a 14-year-old boy can be. Ani thinks Mathias is more like lightning. A boy of action. Mathias's father is part of a spy network and soon Ani finds herself helping him deliver messages to other members of the underground. She's actually making a difference in the world. 

And then her world explodes. The sleepy little market town of Guernica is destroyed by Nazi bombers. In one afternoon Ani loses her city, her home, her mother. But in helping the other survivors, Ani gains a sense of her own strength. And she and Mathias make plans to fight back in their own unique way.

We have a great giveaway for you today--a signed copy of A Thunderous Whisper by Christina Diaz Gonzalez. Enter today and check back next week for a podcast interview!

You can also check out the other stops on the blog tour for reviews, interviews, and more giveaways!

Update: I'm making this an International giveaway. If the winner selected is in the US they will get the item directly from Christina. If they are outside the country the book will come to me first to be mailed.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Open Internationally. Entrants must be over 13 or have the permission of a parent or guardian to enter the contest. The winner will be notified within 24 hours of the contest ending at 12:01 am 11/01/2012. Winning entry is subject to verification. Read Now Sleep Later and Christina Diaz Gonzalez are not responsible for items lost in the mail. Good luck!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the giveaway.

    That Raffelcopter wasn't too bad to enter. I hate when there are tons of things to do.

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