Sunday, March 10, 2013

Reason #10: 25 Reasons You Should Read Culture Shock

Reason #10: 25 Reasons You Should Read Culture Shock

In anticipation of the book release of Culture Shock by Jeanette Pekala on March 26, 2013, I've decided to have a little fun. Not only will you learn little tidbits about the book, but they are funny or intriguing so you'll find yourself tuning in everyday to see the next installment. The 25 reasons will take you all the way to the day before the release date. Don't forget to read the EXCERPT
Reason #10 to why you should read Culture Shock is:
Because you've never seen a champagne fountain filled with blood...

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CULTURE SHOCK is a witty tale of mystery and romance with a large helping of southern hospitality.
Macy Holmes is a seventeen-year-old socially-isolated introvert since her best friend's death a year ago. When her family decides to move from Manhattan to the quaint country town of Bougainvillea, Florida, Macy finds she's in a completely different world. Macy is no longer the outsider hiding behind designer clothes when she is sought out by three strange students, one of whom she is particularly interested in. The more time she spends with Chad the more things don't add up. When his true identity is finally revealed, Macy is pulled into a supernatural society with its saturation of inhabitants residing in Bougainvillea.
You would think she has enough on her plate, but no, then her dreams become infiltrated by an external magical force, Macy and her band of supernatural misfits must find the culprit behind the magic-induced nightmares. They must dodge zombie assassins, shifty shape-shifters and high school bullies in order to stop this perpetrator before Macy, her friends or her parents pay the ultimate price. Especially when Macy has the sneaking suspicion that these dreams are reality...

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