TOUR SCHEDULE: The Faithless Hawk (The Merciful Crow #2) by Margaret Owen

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Faithless Hawk (The Merciful Crow #2) by Margaret Owen).

August 23rd
TBR and Beyond – Welcome Post
Lost Girl in Bookland Review
Ideally Inspired Reviews – Review, Favourite Quotes & Playlist
Moonlight Rendezvous – Review & Favourite Quotes

August 24th
Kait Plus Books – Promo Post
The Bookwyrm Den – Review
Jena Brown Writes – Review & Favourite Quotes

August 25th
Confession of a YA Reader – Review
Metaphors and Miscellanea – Review & Favourite Quotes
Starlight ReadsReview & Moodboard

August 26th
Books with JoyInterview
In Between Book PagesReview & Favourite Quotes
Bookablereads – Review

August 27th
Tales Of Dreams And Nightmares – Promo post
Rambling MadsReview
Paragraphs and PagesReview

August 28th
Stuck in the Stacks – Interview
Young at Heart Reader – Review & Moodboard
Kerri McBookNerdReview & Favourite Quotes

August 29th
Allisa White’s Book Blog – Review
Lore of the BooksReview & Favourite Quotes
Levicorpvs BlogReview

August 23rd
Lost Girl in Bookland – Review
Lore of the BooksPromo
SunflowerreadsReview
Allisa White’s Book Blog – Review
Moonlight RendezvousReview

August 24th
Kait Plus Books – Promo
The Bookwyrm Den – Reasons to Read this Duology
Jena Brown Writes – Review
Mixed Matched Socks – Review
Young at Heart ReaderPromo

August 25th
Confession of a YA Reader – Promo
Metaphors and Miscellanea – Review
Starlight ReadsPromo
Paragraphs and PagesPromo
DjReadsBooksReview

August 26th
Books with JoyPromo & Quote
Bookablereads (blogger’s choice)
Levicorpvs BlogPromo
Kerri McBookNerdPromo
Shelf BlameReview

Genre: YA Fantasy
Publishing date:  August 18th, 2020 

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Synopsis:

Kings become outcasts and lovers become foes in the thrilling sequel to Margaret Owen’s The Merciful Crow.

As the new chieftain of the Crows, Fie knows better than to expect a royal to keep his word. Still she’s hopeful that Prince Jasimir will fulfill his oath to protect her fellow Crows. But then black smoke fills the sky, signaling the death of King Surimir and the beginning of Queen Rhusana’s merciless bid for the throne.

With the witch queen using the deadly plague to unite the nation of Sabor against Crows—and add numbers to her monstrous army—Fie and her band are forced to go into hiding, leaving the country to be ravaged by the plague. However, they’re all running out of time before the Crows starve in exile and Sabor is lost forever.

A desperate Fie calls on old allies to help take Rhusana down from within her own walls. But inside the royal palace, the only difference between a conqueror and a thief is an army. To survive, Fie must unravel not only Rhusana’s plot, but ancient secrets of the Crows—secrets that could save her people, or set the world ablaze.

Born and raised at the end of the Oregon Trail, Margaret Owen first encountered an author in the wild in fourth grade. Roughly twenty seconds later, she decided she too would be an author, the first of many well-thought-out life decisions.

The career plan shifted frequently as Margaret spent her childhood haunting the halls of Powell’s Books. After earning her degree in Japanese, her love of espresso called her north to Seattle, where she worked in everything from thrift stores to presidential campaigns. The common thread between every job can be summed up as: lessons were learned.

Fortunately, it turned out that fourth-grade Margaret was onto something. She now spends her days wrestling disgruntled characters onto the page, and negotiating a long-term hostage situation with her two monstrous cats. (There is surprisingly little difference between the two.) In her free time, she enjoys exploring ill-advised travel destinations, and raising money for social justice nonprofits through her illustrations.

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