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Sunday, July 22, 2007

Are you FEARLESS?


This month's CSFF Blog Tour Book is Robin Parrish's new thriller, Fearless. I must confess I have not read the book, but knowing Robin, I'm sure it rocks. I've also noted that Fearless is showing up FACE OUT in several major bookstore chains. That's a big deal. It means the publisher believes in the story. It also means the publisher is pumping some $$ into marketing because bookstore real estate costs the publisher major green.

If you'd like to Purchase Fearless by Robin Parrish, click HERE.

The #1 Book Reviewer on Amazon gave Fearless 5 Stars and had this to say:
The world teeters on the brink of extinction under the RELENTLESS surge of natural disasters; obviously people are terrified as no respite happens between tragedies. The only hope is Grant "Guardian" Burrows who leads a group of Loci Ringwearers trying to save humanity. These Shifted Loci were once people for instance Grant was Collin Boyd, but now has a new body with extraordinary mental prowess. The Secretum of Six believes he is The Bringer who ancient prophecy claims will bring in a new age to the world.

Grant and his Loci pack do not hesitate to use their powers for the better good of humanity. However, as the Secretum of Six continue to watch the events unfold towards the coming of The Bringer bringing the new age with him, Grant realizes he and his team are not achieving much though the populace cherishes them as superheroes. He starts an odyssey to learn the truth whether he is the Bringer, but that means seeking his past as Collin and who knows what else he will find even before that persona. Thus he is pulled in two directions: saving what he can of the world now vs. saving what is left of the world assuming he understands and can make the Bringer prophecy happen. Either way people will die in biblical numbers

Whereas RELENTLESS set the stage with the series of disasters and the initial introduction to the Collin/Grant tyro superhero, FEARLESS goes deeper into his essence and his predicament as he gains superhero experience and begins to understand his limitations. Thus the audience sees Grant and his colleagues struggle with the demands and their limited ability to supply solutions. This action-packed suspense fantasy also goes deeper inside the mysterious Secretrium and provides more information re the Bringer Prophesy. Readers will enjoy the middle book while waiting the conclusion to learn whether it is end of the world, beginning of a new age, or status quo of pandemic disasters.

Harriet Klausner

13 comments:

everlastingscribe said...

Sounds like another one to be put on the 'to be read' list. I have GOT to start Hand that Bears the Sword! I want to be able to ENJOY it before Bryan comes for the signings. ;)

Pais Charos said...

Oh, that sounds like a neat book. Like Scribe said, another book to add to "the list" - the list that has no end. Oy vey :P

I still also want to read The Binding of the Blade series. I think my church library has that book ... but it will have to wait, I'm busy :D

Still loving TDW!

everlastingscribe said...

Ah, the "best laid plans of scribes and men. . ." Hey you started this 'altering the masters' ;) I was to hear all of the interview on WRBS but alas, dreams were too heavy upon my eyelids and I only caught the latter half. Lovely job though. I especially liked the 'on air' signing for Mike's boy *AND* the mention of Bryan Davis, Christopher Hopper, and Sharon Hinck!
Well done, well done. Now I need to call work and make sure we are ready if people come in looking for your books or theirs.

Pais Charos said...

Aww, I wish I could've heard it. I'm glad you finally got the opportunity to mention Bryan Davis and the others , that's great!

Valerie Comer said...

Hey guys, if you want to read Fearless, you really ought to start with Relentless. I can't imagine picking this series up in Book Two! It's worth it, I promise!

Pais Charos said...

Oh ... heh, I didn't realize that Fearless was book 2 *sheepish grin* Ok :)

Justin B. said...

Yeah I am so confused as I trek my way through it!

Terri said...

I did read the book. I enjoyed it immensely. My review is now up. My only "problem" was it was almost too action packed. I sort of felt breathless throughout without a lot of pause in the action. But I think that is more of a personal preference than major problem.

My review is up now, if you want to see it.

GarthTrekker said...

Good info, that review at Amazon. I'll have to start posting mine there too! I have a 3-part Q&A with Robin at Bloggin' Outloud though that readers might like. Lyn

Beth Goddard said...

Hey I've gotta review with Robin coming up tomorrow! Be sure to check it out:)

S. P. Hibbs said...

Hi Wayne! Thought I would stop by and see what's up. Very nice blog on "Fearless" and congrats on Front Page of Washington Post.

Best and Blessings,
S. P. Hibbs

Mark Goodyear said...

Very interesting detail about the book being face out in the bookstores. The more confidence a publisher has in a book, the more likely I am to check it out. There's just too many books to explore otherwise.

Roheryn said...

hm... sounds very interesting!
*goes off to add to list*
This truly ish the list that never ends...