I’ve been a very bad host & didn’t put up a challenge post for March (sorry!), so those of you who reviewed books in March, be sure to link them on this post along with your April reads!
I hope everyone is still going strong and reading books for the challenge despite how hectic spring can be, though, if you’ve fallen a bit behind, I’m definitely not one to judge!
Below, you’ll find April’s giveaway, a finished copy of Kristin Cashore’s Fire, and a Mr. Linky to link all your March & April book reviews and updates!
It is not a peaceful time in the Dells. The young King Nash clings to his throne while rebel lords in the north and south build armies to unseat him. The mountains and forests are filled with spies and thieves and lawless men.
This is where Fire lives. With a wild, irresistible appearance and hair the color of flame, Fire is the last remaining human monster. Equally hated and adored, she had the unique ability to control minds, but she guards her power, unwilling to steal the secrets of innocent people. Especially when she has so many of her own.
Then Prince Brigan comes to bring her to King City, The royal family needs her help to uncover the plot against the king. Far away from home, Fire begins to realize there’s more to her power than she ever dreamed. Her power could save the kingdom.
If only she weren’t afraid of becoming the monster her father was.
Interested in reading this amazing fantasy novel featuring a strong, feminist main character? Follow the directions below!
To be eligible, all you have to do is leave me a link on the Mr. Linky to one of these two things:
Your review of a book you’ve read for the Feminist Reads Challenge. The review can be posted on your blog, Goodreads, or wherever. (If you’ve written more than one reviews, link each separately and you’ll get an entry for each!)
If you aren’t a blogger, or are super busy like me and haven’t don’t always have time to write reviews in a timely manner, you can leave a link to a tweet, Goodreads status, or something in which you talk about and promote whatever you’ve been reading/have read for the challenge or promote the challenge. If you’re tweeting and can fit it in, don’t forget to use #FeministReadsChallenge
For a bonus entry leave a comment on this post talking more about what you’ve read, plan to read, have read and are considering rereading, like about the challenge, dislike about the challenge, suggestions etc, etc. Comments brighten my day! (I’ll add in these entries later before I pick a winner!)