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Blog Tour: The Bear House by Meaghan McIsaac

     I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE BEAR HOUSE by Meaghan McIsaac Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

 About The Book:

Title: THE BEAR HOUSE (#1)

Author: Meaghan McIsaac

Pub. Date: October 5, 2021

Publisher: Holiday House

Formats: Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook

Pages: 368

Find it:  GoodreadsAmazon, Kindle, Audible, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD, Bookshop.org

Synopsis: In a gritty medieval world where the ruling houses are based on the constellations, betrayal, intrigue, and a king's murder force the royal sisters of the Bear House on the run!

    Moody Aster and her spoiled sister Ursula are the daughters of Jasper Lourdes, Major of Bears and lord of all the realm. Rivals, both girls dream of becoming the Bear queen someday, although neither really deserve to, having no particular talent in... well, anything.

     But when their Uncle Bram murders their father in a bid for the crown, the girls are forced onto the run, along with lowly Dev the Bearkeeper and the Lourdes's half-grown grizzly Alcor, symbol of their house. As a bitter struggle for the throne consumes the kingdom in civil war, the sisters must rely on Dev, the bear cub, and each other to survive--and find wells of courage, cunning, and skill they never knew they had.

Reviews

    "Weaves intrigue and adventure. . . . An epic, complex narrative."—Publishers Weekly
 
     "The stellar worldbuilding is both expansive and accessible, and the action never falters. . . . Thrilling adventure set in an enchanting world makes this an easy pick for high fantasy fans."—Kirkus Reviews

 About Meaghan McIsaac: 

     Meaghan McIsaac is the author of several books for young readers, including The Boys of Fire and Ash, which was shortlisted for the Manitoba Young Readers’ Choice Award; and Movers, which was a Shining Willow Finalist for the Saskatchewan Young Readers’ Choice Awards. Meaghan lives in Toronto, Ontario with her two dogs.

 

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 Giveaway Details:

3 winners will win an eBook of THE BEAR HOUSE, US Only.

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Tour Schedule:

Week One:

10/18/2021

Rockstar Book Tours

Kickoff Post

10/18/2021

Log Cabin Library

Excerpt

10/19/2021

BookHounds Ya

Excerpt

10/19/2021

Kait Plus Books

Excerpt

10/20/2021

#BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

Review

10/20/2021

The Bookwyrm's Den

Excerpt

10/21/2021

Jazzy Book Reviews

Excerpt

10/21/2021

Two Chicks on Books

Excerpt

10/22/2021

Jaime's World

Review

10/22/2021

Books a Plenty Book Reviews

Review

Week Two:

10/25/2021

Lifestyle of Me

Review

10/25/2021

Rajiv's Reviews

Review

10/26/2021

The Momma Spot

Review

10/26/2021

Little Red Reads

Review

10/27/2021

Two Points of Interest

Review

10/27/2021

Books and Zebras

Review

10/28/2021

Eli to the nth

Review

10/28/2021

The Reading Wordsmith

Review

10/29/2021

History from a Woman’s Perspective

Spotlight

10/29/2021

Nonbinary Knight Reads and Reviews

Review


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