DON’T Read Thirteen Years Later by Jasper Kent!

17 Mar

Why? Well, for a very good reason. 🙂

You see, BSC is running the Fourth Annual BSC Review Book Tournament, and Jasper‘s excellent debut, Twelve (reviewed here) is up against Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins for votes; the books are matched up against each other, and are voted upon, with the winner making it to the next round. 🙂

(You thought I was going to suddenly viciously turn on Twelve and Jasper, didn’t you? ;-))

Voting begins on the morning of March 18 and closes at 8PM EST (midnight GMT) – that means that you need to get your votes in ASAP! 🙂 And it goes without saying that I’ll be voting for Twelve. 🙂

And when you’ve voted, go out and pick up your copy of Thirteen Years Later (which is being released, incidentaly, tomorrow!). 🙂 I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy, and as soon as I do I’ll have a review for you (well, a couple of hours later, that is). 🙂

Be sure to get your votes in! 🙂



Posted by on March 17, 2010 in Announcements


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2 responses to “DON’T Read Thirteen Years Later by Jasper Kent!

  1. AlexJ

    March 17, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Must be good then!

  2. Dave-Brendon de Burgh

    March 17, 2010 at 9:19 pm

    Oh it is, Alex. 🙂 Very chilling, really well researched (as far as I can tell and know history), and a very atmospheric read. 🙂


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