Google+ Reading Teen: Giveaway: Signed Copies of Knot in Time by Alan Tucker

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Giveaway: Signed Copies of Knot in Time by Alan Tucker


My name is Darius Arthur Heisenberg, but most people call me Dare. If my last name sounds familiar, it's probably because of my great-great uncle Werner Heisenberg. He was a physicist who came up with something called the Uncertainty Principle. But listen, Uncle Werner had no idea howf uncertain things really are. I work for a group, called the Keepers, that label themselves the custodians of time. And, believe me, time is a mess. It needs all the custodians it can get. Which is, of course, why the Keepers selected me, a nineteen-year-old high school dropout, to join them. I recently worked as a janitor for a couple months. Perfect fit, right? Okay, it didn't make much sense to me either, but I wasn't in a position to turn down a steady job and a roof over my head. Besides, all I'm supposed to do is travel through time and save the universe as we know it, how hard could it be? Yeah, better hold on. This could get ugly.



Hey guys, today we're giving away two signed copies of Knot in Time by Alan Tucker. This is a fantastic science-fiction book that kept me hooked until I had finished it. You can click here for my full review. A big thank you to Alan Tucker and MAD Design Inc. for providing the books for giveaway, and good luck to all who enter!



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15 comments:

  1. This sounds really interesting! :)

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  2. Yes, sounds really good!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. Yes and I really want this book now! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. I would love an autographed copy. I have a Kindle but still prefer "real" books. :)

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  5. Awesome review Austin! I really want to read this book now!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Indeed I did read the review and I found it to be riveting! Sounds like a book I would like to read. I want to find out why such a smart sounding guy would bother dropping out of high school?

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  7. Would love to read this, sounds great

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  8. I did and i always try to not think of the scientific whosie whatsie when i rad time travel because the idea in general is so fun and i don't want to ruin out

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  9. Nope, just came in the email to go here.

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  10. yup and that;s very insightful..:)

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  11. Yes, I did. And that's a great review. This books sounds really interesting.

    Thanks for this giveaway :)

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  12. Favorite time traveling book works for me - and a favorite author.

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  13. Yes, I read the review but it wouldn't allow me to add a comment. It didn't do anything when I clicked on the comment link. :(

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  14. I'm a sucker for a good time travel yarn! Best of luck, Alan! Great reviews!

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