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Galahad Legacy Scavenger Hunt Blog Tour

I am thrilled to be participating in the Scavenger Hunt Blog Tour for Dom Testa's latest book, Galahad Legacy. While Galahad Legacy is the final book in the series, each book can be read on their own. This series is full of adventure and great for science fiction fans.
To celebrate the release of The Galahad Legacy, Tor is hosting a scavenger hunt. Following the participating blogs, readers can discover excerpts from the book and even have a chance to enter to win prizes! Check out the entire Galahad Scavenger Hunt lineup! And now for your special excerpt for today's stop:


“Denied,” Triana said with a slight smile. “No rest for you.”
“You’re a tyrant. But welcome back anyway.”
“Thank you, Roc. I missed you...I think.”
The computer expelled a pouting grunt. “I’m overwhelmed by your sentimentality. Don’t think for a moment that my circuits don’t have feelings.”
“Oh, I’d never make that mistake,” Triana said. “But this has nothing to do with you, believe me. It’s just that the week I was gone—it was a week, right?—is still somewhat jumbled. I don’t remember missing much of anything. There wasn’t time for that kind of thinking.”
“Well, I look forward to your report. Especially when you explain exactly what that thing is you brought aboard.”


Please visit Lauren's Crammed Bookshelf for the next excerpt from the second chapter of The Galahad Legacy.

Intrigued?? Want to read more? I have a chance for you to win the entire series thanks to Tor!
-One entry per person
-Ages 13+
-Contest ends March 27 at midnight CT







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