TOUR SCHEDULE: The Last Shadow Warrior by Sam Subity

Hello everyone! We are so happy and excited to announce the tour schedule for The Last Shadow Warrior by Sam Subity.

May 24th
Stuck in Fiction – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Last Shadow Warrior

May 25th
Pages & Plots – Promo Post
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review
Nine Bookish Lives – Promo Post

May 26th
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promo Post
thisbellereadstoo – Review & Mood Board
Brooklyn Blogs Books – Review & Mood Board

May 27th
Gwendalynโ€™s Books – Review
Justice For Readers – Review, Favourite Quotes & Mood Board
A Court of Coffee and Books – Interview

May 28th
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Book Notes by Athina – Review

May 29th
Books. Iced Lattes. Blessed. – Review

May 30th
Celia’s Reads – Review

May 24th
djreadsbooks – Review

May 25th
idreaminbooks – Blogger’s Choice
popthebutterfly – Blogger’s Choice
ninebookishlives – Promo

May 26th
brooklynblogsbooks – Blogger’s Choice
fangirlpixiebooks – Promo
tinybooknest – Review & Favourite Quotes

May 27th
kathreadsya – Review
justiceforreaders – Blogger’s Choice
acourtofcoffeeandbooksblog – Blogger’s Choice
gwendalyn_books – Blogger’s Choice

May 28th
booknotes_athina – Blogger’s Choice

May 29th
ashton_reads – Review & Mood Board
tbrandbeyond – Promo

May 30th
books.n.everythinginbetween – Blogger’s Choice
ficticiouswonderland – Review
hturningpages – Review


Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy
Publishing date: May 4th, 2021

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Content Warnings: Main characters’s mother has died four years earlier and her father is critically injured and hospitalized for most of the book

Synopsis:

Twelve-year-old Abby Beckett is proud to come from a long line of elite Viking warriors known as the Aesir. She’s spent her entire life training to hunt the horrific creatures known as Grendels – the ancient foe of the Aesir – just like her mother did before she died. But there’s just one, small problem: No one has seen a Grendel in centuries, and the Viking Council wants to disband the Aesir . . . forever.

When her father is injured in an attack that leaves him in a coma, Abby is forced to take refuge at Vale Hall, a mysterious school in Minnesota where nothing is quite as it seems. She soon discovers the tables have turned and a Grendel is hunting her, but when she tries to alert the Viking Council, they accuse her of making up stories for attention . . . just like her mother did.

Desperate to protect her father and clear her mother’s name, Abby goes on a dangerous quest to discover the truth–a journey that brings her face-to-face with some unlikely foes, including a Ping-Pong-playing sea monster with a wicked backhand, and a dark Valkyrie with a fondness for bingo. Abby quickly realizes that someone at the school is trying to stop her progress and destroy the Aesir for good. And only she can unravel the sinister plot before it’s too late.

Sam Subity loves writing stories that explore the magic and wonder of being a kid and is thrilled to share his writing with readers everywhereโ€”both the young in age and the young at heart. 

When heโ€™s not writing, you might find him running the trails of northern California where the endless, winding miles past fog and ocean inspire stories of adventure and mystery. 

Or he might be mowing his lawn. Because thatโ€™s what adults sometimes have to do. 

But in either case, Sam Subity is very likely imagining himself fighting mythical creatures or at the prow of a dragon ship feeling the wind and sea spray on his face alongside his own Viking queen and their two Vikelets. His greatest hope is that in reading his books, you too may be transported to another place where, for a little while, you can exchange the ordinary for the extraordinary. 

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