Pssst! You lot! We’ve got a bumper crop of giveaways over on GoodReads this month and we thought we’d give you a little heads up, so you can (hopefully) win a copy of your favourite July book! Just click on the widgets below to enter each giveaway (location-based restrictions apply). Each book will hit shelves July 5 (US/Can) / July 7 (UK/R.o.W).
Were you a big fan of the RPG City of Heroes? Then Paige Orwin‘s The Interminables is the book for you. It’s also the book for you if you never played the online game, because any novel about best friends with super powers who spend their time trying to stop an arms smuggling ring in a near future dystopian city and stumble into a shadow war…well, there’s a lot of rather appealing stuff to be excited about, isn’t there?
The sequel to Alyc Helms‘ brilliant urban-fantasy-with-dragons is heading to bookstores and we couldn’t be more excited for a continuation of the Missy Masters series. The Conclave of Shadow continues Missy’s struggle to save San Francisco – and the world – from the evil in the Shadow Realms. This series is a must for anyone that likes their fiction pulpy, their mythology rich and just a dash of supernatural romance on the side.
If you’re in the US or Canada only we’ve got just the giveaway for you! 5 copies of The Copper Promise, Jen Williams‘ sword and sorcery novel that reads like your most favourite D&D game and stars one of the coolest female protagonists around, are up for grabs. Released through Headline in the UK, The Copper Promise has already been bathed in the warm glow of praise, with Adrian Tchaikovsky pronouncing Jen “a fast-paced and original new voice in heroic fantasy.”
And for those based in the UK/Ireland/Australia/New Zealand only, a giveaway for Wesley Chu‘s hotly anticipated sequel to Time Salvager, Time Siege! We don’t want to give too much away but rest assured that this is a sci-fi novel as expansive in breadth and vision as the first novel in the series, which was described by NYT best-selling author Kevin Hearne as “powerful and compelling”.