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- If you order from multiple signings at once, your books will be shipped when the last signing ends. If you want your books to ship as they are released, please order them separately and pay appropriate shipping.

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- Books will be signed around the author's schedule, therefore, we cannot *always* ship your order the day the book releases. This is a fluid process that will vary from signing to signing.

October 24, 2011

Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout Mini-Tour!




Hey everyone!

Today is the first day of Jennifer L. Armentrout's Obsidian mini-tour!

Each blog will be hosting an awesome post and sharing our reviews of Obsidian.

Make sure to follow the tour:

Monday, 10/24: Books Complete Me
Tuesday, 10/25: Reading Angel
Wednesday, 10/26: Good Choice Reading
Thursday, 10/27: Between the Pages
Friday, 10/28: Mundie Moms

YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS IT!!!

For more information on Jennifer L. Armentrout and her books, check out her blog: http://jenniferarmentrout.blogspot.com/




3 comments:

  1. Weee I <3 Jennifer and I LOVED Obsidian! :)

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  2. OoOoOOh! I just finished this yesterday and it was Fantastic!!

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads

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  3. I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I think that is was fun, enjoyable and full of awesome sexual tension. Add in some bits of humor, mostly from Kat, and you have a pretty awesome book. I gathered from goodreads that some people thought it was similar to Twilight, but since I never read that series, I cannot address that. I also think that is a comparison a lot of people like to use when reading teen paranormal romance. (Even though that genre existed before Twilight was a thought in Meyer's head...anyone else remember Roswell, The Vampire Diaries or the Nightworld series?

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