Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Fallen Prey Blog Tour: Review, Favorite Books and Giveaway

Fallen Prey Tour BannerJune 16th Monday: A Dream Within a Dream MUSIC PLAYLIST 
June 17th Tuesday: 
Deal Sharing Aunt REVIEW & TENS LIST
June 18th Wednesday: 
Insane About Books REVIEW & FAVORITE BOOKS
June 19th Thursday: Pieces of Whimsy DREAM CAST
June 20th Friday:Mom with a Kindle GUEST POST
June 21st Saturday: Sabrina’s Paranormal Palace REVIEW & RANDOM THINGS Cabin Goddess REVIEW & TENS 
June 22nd Sunday: 
Chelsea’s Reading Adventures REVIEW
June 23rd Monday: A Leisure Moment PODCAST INTERVIEW
June 24th Tuesday: 
Once Upon a Twilight EXCERPT
June 25th Wednesday: 
Fiction Zeal REVIEW & GUEST POST
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Fallen Prey    Cover
Book 2 in the Sean Gray Junior Special Agent Mystery Series Twelve-year-old Junior Special Agent Sean Gray is in a race against time. Could there be a connection between his testimony in the trial of an international child kidnapping ring and his mysterious accident? While the sheriff’s department and the FBI are investigating, his new friend, Gabby, gets caught in the web of an online predator and disappears. She’s been missing for more than 48 hours, and the authorities have not been able to find her. Sean goes undercover to bait the mysterious hunter. But when he becomes the prey, how will he rescue her?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ann Eisenstein is an author, educator and psychologist. A graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy, her work with the agency helped bring her first middle grade mystery, Hiding Carly, (Peak City Publishing, 2013) to life. Ann created a story where the main character, Sean Gray, is a believable eleven-year-old with strong character traits that belie his physical stature. She continued the series with the release of “Fallen Prey” in 2013. Ann currently lives in Columbia, SC where she enjoys writing, drawing, mixed martial arts and fitness classes, gardening, and her friends.  She continues to mentor and guide children and volunteer to work with schools and other groups.
  

My favorite books I read over the past year are:

1. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
2. Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg
3. Fracture by Megan Miranda
4. The Future of Us by Jay Asher
5. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
6. How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr
7. Winger by Andrew Smith


My Review

Fallen Prey is the second installment to this series.  

Sean and his friend are in a horrible accident.  Sean has hardly no memory of the accident, as investigators are trying to figure out what has happened.  With his best friend in coma, he has to deal with the trial too.  Can things get worse? Oh yes it can, when his friend Gabby disappears after setting up a meet with someone online. Sean being the Junior Special agent that he is, goes undercover with his investigating skills to try and find Gabby.  He finds more than he expected, and puts himself in danger.

So much is going on in this young man's life.  It reminds me of The Hardy Boys and their mysteries, except in the 21st century dealing with social issues of today.

Kids seem to grow up faster today than years past, and this quick read story proves that.  There has action and mystery, and fascination as this story ties itself together.

I feel with the real life situations, this story is a great read for middle aged children to learn a lot from. Fallen Prey is a fast page turner that will definitely grab the attention of young and older readers.



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3 comments:

  1. Thank you for this wonderful review! By the way - my favorite books I read over the past year are:
    1. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
    2. Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg
    3. Fracture by Megan Miranda
    4. The Future of Us by Jay Asher
    5. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
    6. How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr
    7. Winger by Andrew Smith

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    1. Thanks!! I just realized I didn't have that to include in the post!! I'm sorry. I will add that to it tonight when I get home from work.

      thanks!!

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    2. Dear Michele,
      Thanks for posting a blog about Ann Eisenstein's book. It's a wonderful story.

      Joan Y. Edwards

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