and it’s getting some fabulous reviews :)
Rabid Reads said: It may be a little premature to label CITY OF LIGHT a top pick of 2016, but it was DAMN GOOD!
RT Book Reviews said:Arthur opens her new post-apocalyptic series with plenty of suspense, a large, fascinating cast of paranormal and genetically engineered characters — and a ruthless, but loyal heroine at its heart. There is a strange beauty to this weird, complex environment and its lonely inhabitants that is sure to keep interest high.
The Vampire Bookclub said: Right from the beginning, I loved the action in City of Light. It features several exciting running-slashing-trying-not-to-get-eaten scenes, which remind me of zombie battles, though in this case it’s vampires chasing Tiger. She’s a strong, independent heroine who doesn’t depend on anyone to rescue her.
The Bibliosanctum says: City of Light is exciting and well-written, its story containing a remarkable mix of intrigue and action punctuated with sizzling melt-your-mind love scenes.
A Great Read said: City of Light has tons of action and suspense!
Update: Winners of the City of Light ARCs are Michelle Ruelland and Cornellia Toste–congrats ladies!
There’ll be another couple of ARCs going up for grabs at the end of the month, so stay tuned for details
I got a bunch of City of Light ARCs this week, so I’m going to give a couple away every month in the lead up to its release in January. Two of these pretties are now up for grabs–all you have to do is send an email to kez @ keriarthur.com (no spaces, real dot, obviously) and put CoL ARC giveaway in the subject line.
I’m off to the Conflux Conference in Canberra this weekend, so I’ll draw a winner when I get back on Tuesday. Good luck!
And the winners of the signed copies of Wicked Embers are:
congrats! An email confirmation has been sent to you all :)