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There's lots of great features in today's blog tour with YA Bound Book Tours including an excerpt and giveaway so be sure to read until the end.
All thoughts of the book are my own.
Uncover a Lifetime of Lies in this Fantasy Adventure!
On day one, Charlie Damuzi and her mute twin brother Tirigan are blissfully unaware of the dangerous world they live in. They may be aliens living on Earth after the extinction of humans, but to Charlie, life is pretty mundane.
On day two, the Damuzi family is ripped apart by a family secret that forces the twins to flee the only home they’ve ever known.
Determined to find a way to reunite their family, Charlie and Tirigan travel to uncharted territory in search of their salvation.
But that’s just Charlie’s side of the story.
In the future, forty days from when we first meet the Damuzi twins, Tirigan is on the move. His destination is unknown, as are the people he’s surrounded himself with, but his mission is still the same. Keep his sister safe and reunite their family.
However, as Tirigan attempts to navigate the complex bonds he’s formed with his companions, he’s forced to confront the one thing in life he has yet to fully understand.
Family. Deception. Power. Destruction.
It all begins on day one.
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About the Author
Indie Gantz grew up in Northern Virginia and received her Psychology degree at George Mason University. Despite her passion and curiosity for the human mind, Indie left her chosen field of study to finally give voice to the many imagined minds she has created.
Indie lives with her family in North Carolina. She spends her days drinking tea and clacking keys.
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Now here is the adventure novel full of suspense that readers have been waiting for! The first line grabs you from the very beginning as readers come to learn about the Anunnaki and how they integrated themselves on earth as observers of the human race. I haven't read a book of the sci-fi genre in quite some time and I must report that Passage was definately a great read to enthuse my interest in the genre. I'd compare Passage's sense of action and adventure with Contact and The Mothman Prophecies.
I really enjoyed how the narrative changed from Tirigan and Charlie. It really enhanced the reading experience and made them even more personable. Their process of trying to untangle the truth from the spun web of lies surrounding them is compelling and marks a sense of urgency for the characters. Indie Gantz kept up a rapid narrative throughout Passage, yet never failed to fully develop details about Charlie and Tirigan's world. The dual timelines and jumps kept changing the pace so that readers couldn't really settle in a specific rhythm.
There are a lot of intricacies and plot twists in Passage that will definitely have you awaiting the next installment in the trilogy. So look no further for your next sci-fi read.
Welcome to the future.
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