Tuesday, September 9, 2014

The Dybbuk’s Mirror by Alisse Lee Goldeberg ~ Giveaway

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About The Dybbuk’s Mirror:

It has been nearly two years since the events in The Strings of the Violin, and Carrie has adjusted to life as a university student far from her friends. However, when the path to Hadariah is sealed, she starts to fear malevolent forces may be behind the other strange occurrences around her. Trying to contact Lindsay and Rebecca to get help in unraveling the mystery, Carrie discovers that her friends are in fact missing. With no way of knowing who to trust, Carrie must find a way back to the land she once saved to rescue her friends from the dybbuks’ clutches.
Reuniting with the dybbuk princess Emilia, and finding a new friend in the mysterious farmer Mikhail, Carrie must once again do battle with Asmodeus’s forces, and help stop the chaos that threatens to overtake the land while striving to save both Lindsay and Rebecca. For the first time, Carrie is working without the two friends who have helped her through every major decision in her life. Carrie must learn to rely on herself, and find her own strengths to save those she holds dear.

Genre classification: YA Fantasy

Find The Dybbuk’s Mirror on Amazon and Prizm Books.

About Alisse Lee Goldeberg:

Alisse Lee Goldenberg is an author of horror and Young Adult fantasy fiction. She has her Bachelors of Education and a Fine Arts degree, and has studied fantasy and folk lore since she was a child. Alisse lives in Toronto with her husband Brian, their triplets Joseph, Phillip, and Hailey, and their rambunctious Goldendoodle Sebastian. 
Find Alisse on her website and Twitter.

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  1. love the excerpt, sounds like a great read, I think my favorite ya read so far is the pink sneakers club.---Rae chat

  2. I tend to like the Tamora Pierce series as well as Jennifer Estep's YA series about the Mythos Academy and Michelle Sagara's various series...as usual, my list can go on and on, lol.

  3. Theres a fault in our stars