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Tour: Wisteria

Today I'm helping to kick off the virtual book tour for Wisteria, a YA paranormal by Bisi Leyton!

About the Book:

Sixteen year old Wisteria Kuti has two options—track the infected around the Isle of Smythe or leave the only known safe haven and face a world infested with flesh eating biters. But even with well-armed trackers, things go wrong and Wisteria ends up alone facing certain death, until she is rescued by the mysterious Bach. Uninfected, Bach is able to survive among the hordes of living dead.

Eighteen year old Bach, from a race known as The Family, has no interest in human affairs. He was sent here to complete his Great Walk and return home as a man—as a Sen Son. The Family regard humans as Dirt People, but Bach is drawn to this Terran girl, whom he has never seen before, but somehow knows.
Hunted by flesh eaters, cannibals, and the mysterious blood thirsty group called Red Phoenix, Wisteria and Bach make their way back to the Isle of Smythe, a community built on secrets and lies.

*Review of Wisteria coming soon!

ISBN B008XRI3BA| Published August 15th 2012 | Amazon | Goodreads

About the Author

Bisi Leyton was born in East London in 1978. She grew up in London, Nigeria and the States, listening to the stories life and love from aunts, cousins and big sisters.
She lives in London, but has worked around Europe including France, Germany, Ireland, Belgium and the Czech Republic. She has a fondness for reading graphic novels, and cracked.com.

You can email Bisi on bisileyton@gmail.com as she would love to hear from you. You can also follow her on twitter at @bisileyton or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Bisileyton2 orhttp://bisileyton.wordpress.com/

 

Giveaway

Bisi is giving away a $15 amazon gift card to one random commenter on the tour. The more you comment here and on the other tour stops, the higher chance you have of wining!

3 comments :

  1. I wonder how your travels have influenced your writing...the book sounds really intriguing!

    eai(at)stanfordalumni(dot)org

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    1. I think because I traveled so much growing up, I do not feel I belong anywhere, so in turn I wrote about a girl who ended up in a world where she's an outsider and a stranger.

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  2. Well I hope to do check it out. I'd love to hear your thoughts

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