Friday, November 22, 2019

Book Blast + Review + #Giveaway: Magical Beasts series by Geoffrey Saign @geoffreysaign @GoddessFish


This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Geoffrey Saign will be awarding a $25 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.
A demon haunts Samantha Green's dreams.
And she fears it's coming for her...

When wildlife prodigy Sam and her crush—quirky handsome Jake—are attacked by a dragon assassin, Sam discovers her secret past. A past connected to a supernatural giant cat and a glowing faerie.

Sam is quickly pulled into a high stakes battle for the world. Everyone, including a creepy ancient villain, wants her supernatural staff, which she doesn’t know how to use. Sophisticated ninja dragons, a kong-sized gorilla, and mysterious beasts offer help—but are they friends or enemies? Sam has a big heart, but will her love for all creatures tear her life apart?

To survive the hardest choice she's ever made, Sam will have to unlock the hidden power inside her.

Ready or not, Sam is about to find out if she has what it takes to be a guardian…

Guardian: The Choice is the new exciting start of a magic-filled fantasy four book series starring a powerful heroine, a tough brawny hero, and a slew of not-so-friendly magical beasts.

*****


Sam and Jake must capture a magical golden dragon—or Jake dies. Can Sam can save the man she loves? And will she have to die to do it?

But everyone wants the golden dragon, including the powerful Evil One, who has been hiding for centuries and has sworn to destroy all of life. No one can be trusted. Death Matches and ancient secrets test the guardians as never before.

Sam fears that whatever she does, she won’t be able to save Jake…nor stop the Evil One.

*****


IAN BOTY awards = Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards

CHOICE won the Young Adult category.

Guardian: The Choice was selected as Finalist in “Fantasy,” and “Young Adult” category winner!

And Guardian: The Choice was selected as the “Outstanding Young Adult” category winner!

Guardian: The Choice is on sale for $0.99 during the tour:

Guardian, The Choice on Amazon

Guardian: The Quest  is on sale for $2.99 during the tour:

Guardian, The Quest on Amazon


Read an Excerpt from Guardian: The Choice

Biting his lip, Jake grips the staff beneath my hands. “Okay, Sherlock. Got it figured out?”

I feel warmth in my hands and a vague memory returns. “I hope so.”

His eyes widen. “You hope so? I don’t want to end up in Africa or on top of a skyscraper! What if we end up inside a rock? I mean we’re turning into what? Beams of light? Maybe we’ll end up off the planet. What if they’re aliens? I mean they are anyway, right?”

He’s quiet for a few moments. “Weird, I think I remember this too.”

The soldiers stop at the edge of the meadow, aiming their weapons at us, while Macy’s voice booms at us. “Drop the staff now, Samantha and Jake.”

“Forget you, Macy.” Jake pushes me around so his armored back blocks me from Macy’s VIPERS. “Hurry it up. They can still Taser my legs. And I have to tell you, it was not fun the first time.”

“Thanks for taking one for the team, Jake.”

He squints at me. “I just don’t want to take another one for the team. What kind of team are we anyway? Batman and Robin? They both get beat up a lot.”

“How about Ant-Man and the Wasp?”

“That’s a little better.” His eyes light up. “They were romantic, you know.”

I roll my eyes. “Don’t push it.”

We lift WhipEye off the ground, but Taser darts bite the dirt on either side of us and we freeze.


My Review o Guardian, The Quest:

Jake and Samantha are attacked by a woman who slaps a silver band on Jake’s wrist. The woman tells Samantha that she must find Drasine and take her to the smugglers or the silver band on Jake’s wrist will explode and kill him. They only have a few short hours to find Drasine and then deliver her to the smugglers before Jake is no more.

On their journey to finding Drasine they will face lots of deranged creatures. Some of these creatures are evil but some are good but to be able to know the difference will be very hard. Samantha is told not to trust anyone for this reason. Samantha and Jake face off against numerous monsters along the way.

Guardian, The Quest is filled with fighting and action from the very beginning and will keep the pages turning wanting to know what kind of creature they will be fighting next like a crocle-lion, hyena, dragon, a cheetah lady just to mention a few. I mean wow just the magical beast themselves is enough to keep the pages turning and the excitement racing.

The world building is just fantastically amazing all by itself with all the magical beast and deranged creatures. Reading Guardian, The Quest is like seeing a movie playing out in your head trying to picture all those magical beast and the fighting. I would have to agree with others to see all those magical beast, the characters and their staffs on the big screen would be so awesome.


If you like fantasy with lots of magical beast and lots of fighting then you are going to love Guardian, The Quest. 


About the Author:
Geoffrey Saign’s love of wildlife led him to write the award-winning fantasy series, Magical Beasts. He often experiences the magic of nature and wildlife while hiking and swimming. He has a degree in biology and has assisted in field research on hummingbirds and humpback whales. Geoff loves to sail big boats, hike, and cook—and he infuses all of his writing with his passion for nature. As a swimmer he considers himself fortunate to live in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota. See what he’s up to at on his website.





Giveaway:

$25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC




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3 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Geoffrey Saign said...

Thanks for hosting and your wonderful review! I will stop by after work to answer any questions or respond to comments. I look forward to it!

Daniel M said...

sounds like a fun one

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