Sunday, January 8, 2017

Six Years Stuck In Books Celebration! ~ Day 8



How about something different!

YA
Dark Fantasy
Suspense



On Marin’s island, sunrise doesn’t come every twenty-four hours—it comes every twenty-eight years. Now the sun is just a sliver of light on the horizon. The weather is turning cold and the shadows are growing long.

Because sunset triggers the tide to roll out hundreds of miles, the islanders are frantically preparing to sail south, where they will wait out the long Night.

Marin and her twin brother, Kana, help their anxious parents ready the house for departure. Locks must be taken off doors. Furniture must be arranged. Tables must be set. The rituals are puzzling—bizarre, even—but none of the adults in town will discuss why it has to be done this way.

Just as the ships are about to sail, a teenage boy goes missing—the twins’ friend Line. Marin and Kana are the only ones who know the truth about where Line’s gone, and the only way to rescue him is by doing it themselves. But Night is falling. Their island is changing.

And it may already be too late.






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27 comments:

  1. I love a good scary story! This one had caught my eye awhile back but I held off because toppling TBR pile issues. LOL! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  2. Oh, this one sounds great. It reminds me a little bit of The Village. Have you seen it?
    Dianna

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  3. Dark Fantasy and Horror offer the most suspense! Thank you

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  4. I love the sound of this book. Its been on my the forever

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  5. I love things that are scary without becoming full-blown horror.

    Congrats on six years!

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  6. I enjoy scary stories, and this book would also appeal to my daughters so it would be well-read here.

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  7. I enjoy reading novels with suspense, it keeps me on the edge of my seat. Thanks for this chance.

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  8. I enjoy reading different genres every now and then. "Nightfall" sounds like an intriguing read.

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  9. I enjoy reading different genres every now and then. "Nightfall" sounds like an intriguing read.

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  10. This book would be enthralling and riveting with the scary aspects.

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  11. I love, and almost exclusively read, YA. But most of it is either contemporary or regular fantasy, so anything with a horror (or even just mystery) aspect is a rare and welcomed find. The synopsis is very intriguing. Thanks!

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  12. EVERYTHING!!! I love both dark fantasy and horror, and together that's even better.

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  13. I love dark fantasy and horror! the creepier and scarier the better ;)

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  14. A good horror book makes my day :)

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  15. I love the spooky aspect of it.

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  16. Not a big horror/suspense movie fan, but when it comes to books, I love mystery/suspense. I like being on the edge of my seat and having to sometimes read with all the lights on. It gets my heart going.

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  17. I love being frightened - at least, I love being frightened in the (pseudo) safety of my own home. I've devoured horror and dark tales of fantasy for many, many years now, even when it gave me nightmares. First, because I wanted to overcome a personal weakness. Then, because I had discovered Stephen King. Nothing could tear me away from his tales, not even nightmares. Those days (and loooonnnggg nights) taught me true love of horror and dark fantasy (especially when I moved on to Dean Koontz (Tick Tock, anyone?).

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  18. I like dark fantasy with a bit of spookiness. Nightfall sounds great!

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  19. I really like dark fantasy books and it all sounds suspenseful which I love in any book.

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  20. I love horror and have been wanting to read this one but have yet to get my hands on it.

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  21. I love a unique horror book! Thanks for the introduction!

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  22. I love dark fantasy! Scary, spooky suspense has always been among my favorites. Who doesn't love a good scare?

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