Friday, September 14, 2012

Eve Hallows and the Book of Shadows Is Out Today ... Mostly

Yup, you read that correctly, EVE HALLOWS AND THE BOOK OF SHADOWS (Book #2 in The Nightmare Series) is available today ... at least the ebook version is.  So far I've seen it up at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  The Kobo version is coming soon, as well. And for you print fans, you should be able to purchase the book sometime next week.

For those of you not familiar with the series, you should stop reading this now and get yourself  a copy of  EVE HALLOWS AND THE BOOK OF SHRIEKS.  Because SHADOWS continues Eve's adventures, and, really, reading a series out of order is silly.


Ever since encountering The Source and its minions on Halloween, Eve Hallows has found life surprisingly quiet … not to mention adorably boring! So when Dad receives a Ouija message that she must return to Gravesville, Eve couldn't be happier—at least until she discovers the Director of URNS, also known as the Grim Reaper, has a special job for Eve … one that will lead her to New York City and to the true identity of The Source. 

With The Book of Shrieks offering zero help and a new URNS agent driving the school boys—and Eve!—crazy, Eve's beginning to realize this whole saving-the-world nonsense isn't what it's cracked up to be. 

All this and she still has to find The Book of Shadows....

And here's some of the early buzz:

Anonymous Reader 1:  Wow, you finally finished the book.  Now you can finish fixing the back deck like you promised me last year!

Anonymous Reader 2: You're a grown man writing for children!  When are you gonna get a real job?  

Anonymous Reader 3: How many times do I have to tell you? I'm not reading the book until you buy me an iPhone.

New York Times: Mr. Green, per our guidelines we will NOT be reviewing your book.  If you continue to contact us we will be forced to pursue legal action.

I_AM_NOT_ROBERT_GRAY:  A masterpiece!  This may be the best story ever written.  It's as if Neil Gaiman, J.K. Rowling, and Stephen King wrote the book together, and then called upon Shakespeare's ghost for line edits.

Now, if that doesn't put a fire under your buns, I don't know what will.


LMAO! I LOVE A. reader 3 and NY Times! haha
Can't wait to read this book!

Thanks, Liliana. Hope you enjoy it!

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