Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Blog Tour + Review + #Giveaway: Blue's Prophecy by Emily Ross @BluesProphecy @yaboundtourspr





Blue's Prophecy
by Emily Ross
Genre: MG/YA Scifi/Fantasy
Release Date: May 15th 2017
TitleTown Publishing

Summary from Goodreads:


Two genetically altered dogs, two different fates. One is Robo, a beloved Great Dane, who is tricked out of the embrace of his human family and then is horribly altered by an evil scientist who rebuilds him with robotic parts, weaponizing the dog for money from the military. But that s not all the scientist does the experiments he conducts leave Robo a genius, almost immortal and with powers beyond explanation. But the horror Robo experiences at the scientist's hands changes him driving him insane with the sole mission to destroy all humans, especially those who have tortured and hurt dogs.

Meanwhile, a scrappy alley husky sits in a shelter, when she with her blue eyes and tough wolf-like features captures the attention of another group of scientists desperate to stop Robo from his path of destruction. This dog, called Blue, could be the chosen one to fight and defeat Robo. She is also genetically enhanced and left with glowing turquoise eyes before being released to face Robo s vicious dog army. Her mission: save human civilization and the packs of dogs she's grown to love.




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Book Trailer:





The Author opens her first box of books!





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My Review:

Robo once had a very loving and caring human family that he truly loved being with. Then one day Robo was taken away from his beloved human family by scientist, who turned him into a hybrid, half dog half robot. By the time he escaped from the clutches of the scientist Robo’s heart and the way he felt towards humans and the whole world had changed. Now Robo wants nothing more than to get back at the humans for the way they have always treated him and other dogs. Robo gathers up his own army to help him fight against the humans and take over the world.

Blue is a city dog that lost her mother a long time ago and has been alone ever since. Blue has to be very careful living in the city or she will get caught and be taken to the pound which has happened on more than one occasion. But one day when Blue is captured she is taken by scientist this time but these scientist are different that the ones took Robo. These scientist experiment on Blue as but they don’t make her a robot like Robo not they only make her stronger and smarter like Robo.

Blue finds two puppies Destiny and Max on the street with no one to take care of them Blue adopts them sort of. One day Blue and pups are attacked and Max is taken. Blue learns that Robo has Max and is using him to get to her. Blue also finds out about Robo wanting to take over the humans and the world. Blue sets out to find Max and to stop Robo before it is too late. Blue has a lot of miles to travel, a long hard road ahead of her with many obstacles in the way.

Blue’s Prophecy is unlike any book I have ever read before and I would have to say that I have loved every minute of it. I loved reading about dogs and what they have to say and how they would deal with any given situation. I have four dogs of my own and I know they have a lot to say and they talk to me every day in their own way of course. They are very smart animals. My husband and I are always trying to figure out what they are trying to tell us.


I would recommend Blue’s Prophecy to anyone who loves a good story and who loves dogs. 





About the Author

Emily Ross, 13, is a fifth generation writer and an owner of three dogs, Balta, Buddy and Zoey. Her prose exceeds her years, with Emily starting work on Blue's Prophecy, a science fiction/fantasy book for pre-teens and teens, when she was 10. Living in Atlanta, Emily is also an animator and a skilled archer, and relaxes by playing the double bass in her middle school orchestra. 


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4 comments:

James Robert said...

Thanks so much for the review and giveaway.

Bea LaRocca said...

Awesome! I am a dog person myself! Congrats to the author on her upcoming book release and thanks so much for sharing your review and brief bio.

Mary Preston said...

The dog on the cover does send chills.

Unknown said...

This looks like a fantastic book. I love the cover!

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