19. pro 2013.

Book Blast: Majra by J. Simon

“In distant Sa'bahr, divinely inspired lunatics spend their lives inscribing every story ever told upon the backs of giant tortoises. The tortoises spend their lives weeping, for they cannot read the wondrous tales written upon their own backs...” Aris has managed to live a quiet life, even in a stark desert land of glorious tales and beautiful lies, crazed artists and mad hermits. So what if he has a knack for tales? A mere messenger can't change the world. Mighty great works he'll leave to mighty great men. Now the soldiers of Majra have come to   pacify his “savage” people.
 Few dare stand against them. Certainly Aris never meant to. Taking work with the inavders was a way to help his family, not gain insights into the alien ways of their singular truth.
Beset by beguiling widows and vengeful plutocrats, firebrand Sheyks and  sword-tongued maidens, the choices Aris faces could save his land—or break it.
J Simon is a small blue bird who has been published in magazines and anthologies ranging from Baen's Universe to Writers of the Future.  This surely indicates a lapse by the Guardians of Taste, and inquiries are being made.   There is also a very small chance that nuclear test fallout has transformed J Simon into a gigantic nuclear starfish poised to attack Tokyo, but these reports have yet to be confirmed.
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Broj komentara: 16:

  1. I've never heard of this one before, but it does sound unique. I've never heard of a book quite like this :) Great post!

    Janina @ Synchronized Reading

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  2. As creepy as that blue bird thing sounds to me, this book is something I'd love to read. It sounds super duper good. Thanks for sharing, girl!

    Sarika @ The Readdicts

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  3. Very interesting. Inspired lunatics writing on tortoises? Definitely unique!

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  4. I've never heard of this book or idea before, so thanks for sharing! Very original!

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  5. Woah check that gorgeous cover out! Like a lot of people I haven't heard of this book before either, but thanks for putting it on my radar! :)

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  6. Sounds like a really different read which is always nice to find! Love how colorful the cover is too, definitely makes it stand out:)

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    1. Yes different is always something that grabs attention. Thanks Jenny :)

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  7. Awe the poor tortoises can't read.This sounds interesting and unique

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