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Morpheus Road: The Light Giveaway

Do you love scary stories? Check out Morpheus Road: The Light by D.J. MacHale.

D.J. MacHale, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Pendragon series, has a new adventure for readers in Morpheus Road.

Marshall Seaver is being haunted. In The Light, the first installment of this chillingly compelling trilogy, sixteen-year-old Marshall discovers that something beyond our world is after him. The eerie clues pile up quickly, and when people start dying, it's clear whatever this is--it's huge.

Marshall has no idea what's happening to him, but he's soon convinced that it has something to do with his best friend Cooper, who's been missing for over a week. Together with Coop's sister, Marsh searches for the truth about what happened to his friend, ultimately uncovering something bigger than he could ever have imagined.



Want to win a copy?

One lucky winner will recieve a *SIGNED* copy of Morpheus Road: The Light!

Contest Rules:
-Must be 13+ to enter
-Must have a US address for prize to ship to
-Contest will end May 4th, 2010 at midnight Central Time
-Fill out Google Doc to enter-good luck!


Comments

  1. I popped over from Jana's Milk & Cookies blog. I'm always looking for more great MG and tween literature. :-)

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  2. Thanks for visiting Shannon! I love Tween lit and host Tween Tuesdays every week. I hope you find some great reads!:)

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