Monday, May 13, 2013

Blog Tour: Stars In Her Eyes by Clare C Marshall

Stars In Her Eyes (Sparkstone Saga #1)Burn hot and cold.

Read minds.

Disappear at will.

Dream your own death.

Welcome to Sparkstone University, where some students are more gifted than others.

When Ingrid learns she’s been accepted at the hyper-secretive Sparkstone University, she is sceptical. It’s an honour to attend, apparently, and yet barely anyone has ever heard of the place.

And everyone seems a little too happy that she’s there: especially when she meets Sunni and her group of friends. They seem to already know Ingrid. As if she was expected. Expected to save Earth from an imminent alien invasion. Like she has superpowers or something.

As if magic and mutations exist. As if aliens are really planning to attack.

That just sounds ridiculous. There’s no such thing.

…right?

Wrong



 Ingrid has received an acceptance to a high end University that only the best are accepted into. Thing is she never applied to this University, yet she was not accepted anywhere else, even with her high scores and hard work. Ingrid has had a feeling about Sparkstone since she's received her acceptance letter however once she is there and meeting friends and a hot guy she doesn't think its that bad. That is until she finds out that its being run by the Collective and every student is hand picked for the Harvest. Now its up to Ingrid and her friends to not only save everyone at Sparkstone but themselves as well. Ingrid will gain friends and enemies everywhere she turns.

I really liked Stars In Her Eyes, the adventure Ingrid goes on with her friends is intense, exciting and full of drama. I can't wait to read the next chapter of the Sparkstone Sage to see what is in store for Ingrid and her friends.




 




Clare Marshall grew up in rural Nova Scotia with very little television and dial up internet, and yet, she turned out okay. She has a combined honours degree in journalism and psychology from the University of King’s College, and is a graduate from Humber College’s Creative Book Publishing Program. She founded Woulds & Shoulds Editing and Design in 2010 for self-published authors looking for quality editing and design services. When she’s not writing, she enjoys playing the fiddle and making silly noises at cats. Within is her first published novel.




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