Saturday, January 25, 2014

Songs and Signal Blog Tour and Giveaway

Welcome to the Official Blog Tour for SONG AND SIGNAL by M.E. Patterson
January 24th Michael SciFi Fan INTERVIEW 
January 25th Insane About Books REVIEW
January 26th Real Bookshelves of Room 918 REVIEW
January 27th Curling Up With A Good Book SPOTLIGHT
January 28th Cabin Goddess REVIEW
January 29th Lucy Pireel DREAM CAST
January 30th Mother/Gamer/Writer REVIEW
January 31st Sabrina’s Paranormal Palace REVIEW
February 1st Mom With A Kindle A GAME OF WOULD YOU RATHER 
February 2nd TTC Books and More PLAYLIST
* From the award-winning, bestselling author of Devil’s Hand and Burning Cards comes a universe-spanning science fiction adventure. *
Seventeen year-old genius Zakari Sharp has never stood on the surface of a planet, never seen a sun-streaked sky. He lives on a corporate-owned mining facility at the edge of the solar system, with a mute alien for a guardian and brainwashed, muscle-bound ex-convicts for company. The day his father vanished was so long ago that Zak thought he would never hear from him again.
Zak was wrong.
Now, chased off-station by a cabal of mythical assassins, Zak and his best friend Liz embark on a harrowing journey across the galaxy, to find his father’s hiding place and learn the universe-shaking discovery that hides with him. But their enemies will stop at nothing to steal the secret themselves.
Can a teenage boy change the fate of the universe? Or will a nanotech-wielding killer reach him first?

“The kind of storytelling that makes a statement: M. E. Patterson is here to stay.” — Austin Post
“[Song and Signal is] WELL worth the read. Enjoyable and immersive.” — Michal
“Patterson’s work will blow you away… a page turning, roller coaster ride.” — ReviewsByMolly

Pick up an eBook or Paperback of Song and Signal Now!

My Review

Song and Signal is one of those type of books that will help you harness your crazy Sci-fi geek self that you thought you lost.  I thought I lost it, since it's been a while that I have read a good sci-fi novel.  I can say, without a doubt, I'm psyched once again for the sci-fi genre.

Zak is alone, being raised by an alien, and doing crazy dangerous things to earn creds because he's dirt poor.  He's had a rough go, with his father taking off with a stolen ship, and mother dying at a very young age.  However, he has Liz...his best friend who is always there for him to get him out of trouble, and to scold him.

Zak has always wanted that BIG adventure...the adventure that will take him away across the universe to new places.  Little did Zak know, that a comm later, he will be on that intense adventure running for his life and running for the truth.

MAN, how I love this genre.  Song and Signal is unique and creative.  How I would love to get into M.E. Patterson's mind and learn how he created all these unique aliens.  The technology alone within this story plays a huge part, and is just the icing on the cake towards the creative imagination skills.  You will easily be able to visualize the space stations, vessels, aliens...well, I could go on but you need a little bit of surprise.  

I adored all the characters....Zak is the go-without-thinking type. Liz, tries to be the logical one.  There's the loyal friends and evil villians that even out nicely.  But don't think you will know what to expect,'s got the twists and turns.  The story has some moments of humor, heartbreak, pretty much has all the ingredients for a great story.  So grab a copy of Song and Signal, and dive in to another world and time.

The Truth is out there.
(all around X-Files geek here for sure!)

M. E. Patterson is a bestselling author of highly-rated horror and science fiction novels for both teens and adult readers. His first novel, Devil’s Hand, was a Kindle bestseller in Horror, and was the winner of Kindle Book Review’s 2012 “Best Indie Horror Novel” award.
In addition to writing fiction, Mr. Patterson is also an accomplished web software engineer and software consultant, currently working with the video game industry. He lives in Austin, Texas with his family.
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