April Kelley and I are starting something different, instead of blog swapping we will be answering questions along with sharing bits of our research into 2nd BonyDee Press challenge; click name for rules
Please, after reading below, go and check out April’s Post
What’s your fav book April Wrote?
Until recently it was A Tarnished Strength it was one of the best books I’d read in a long time, everything about it was wonderful and I have judged every book she’s written with that one (honestly, ask her).
But now… now she has this new book out and it was better. Okay, no, yeah it’s the best book she’s written so far. It’s just wonderful, full of emotion, of personality, of world building. Its so sweet. Making me tear up and everything.
What’s this book, It’s The Journey of Jimini Renn which is a dystopian romance and honestly it’s a must read. It’s not so very character driven like every other book of hers so if the ‘dystopian’ aspect is something you sigh away from, you really shouldn’t. it’s a journey and that’s what the book focus’ on. It’s the MC who the story is about, about growth and his understanding that there’s more to life. It’s about the idea of what the world had turned into and the wonders of the one that came before it. It’s about friends, love, and family and it’s got one of the sweetest, nearly unapologetic naive and that’s what drives this story, it’s what makes it so much more.
And to end here’s the info, it’s available on the 10th of May
In a world without surface water, Jimini Renn wants nothing more than to live inside the protective walls of Adam City for the rest of his life, but his little brother has other ideas.
As far as Jimini is concerned, Adam City has everything he needs. It has a well that provides much-needed water, food, and safety from the dangers of the outside world. When his bookworm of a brother leaves to chase waterfalls, Jimini must follow even though he knows it will probably mean his death. When the first person he meets on the outside pulls a gun on him, he’s proven right. No one who calls himself a slaver and has a gun has Jimini’s safety in mind, even if he is sexy. The journey Jimini expects isn’t the one he gets.