Thursday, May 10, 2012

The Immortal Rules Chat with Author Julie Kagawa

We are so excited about TONIGHT's chat with Julie Kagawa! We'll be chatting about her newest release, The Immortal Rules!!! The first part of this chat will remain spoiler free, and the second half of this chat we will be discussing spoilers. Don't miss your chance to come and talk about The Immortal Rules with Julie next Thursday at 8 pm! 




* Our chat will start at 8 pm CST/ 9 pm EST. To join, hit join and enter a screen name.


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* Thank you and we look forward to chatting with everyone tonight!

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*** this chat post will moved the night of the chat to be at the top of our blog.

2 comments:

  1. Oh! I will so be there!! YIPPEE!!! Thanks for hosting a chat with my favourite author!! Can't wait to discuss this book!!

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  2. IMMORTAL RULES borrows features familiar to readers of post-apocalyptics - living in a rotting city, scavenging for food, looking for a potentially mythical safe harbor where mankind still flourishes. There's a scene where Allie finds a survival bunker ripped straight from Cormac McCarthy's The Road. It's also a vampire book, so it jumps through the familiar hoops of learning to hunt and finding the human inside the predator, yada yada, and it's a zombie book. All that and, yes, a kitchen sink.

    This was my first introduction to Julie Kagawa and I think I've sated my curiosity where she's concerned, but I wouldn't warn anyone away from the book. Especially readers who aren't exhausted by the themes and worldbuilding tropes in the book, like I am, or too desperate for something new to appreciate a popular motif, as I may have been.

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