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June 6, 2016

Blog Tour: The Cresswell Plot by Eliza Wass – Spotlight and Giveaway

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The Cresswell Plot by Eliza Wass!

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Blog Tour:  The Cresswell Plot  by Eliza Wass – Spotlight and Giveaway

The woods were insane in the dark, terrifying and magical at the same time. But best of all were the stars, which trumpeted their light into the misty dark. 

Castella Cresswell and her five siblings—Hannan, Caspar, Mortimer, Delvive, and Jerusalem—know what it’s like to be different. For years, their world has been confined to their ramshackle family home deep in the woods of upstate New York. They abide by the strict rule of God, whose messages come directly from their father.

Slowly, Castley and her siblings start to test the boundaries of the laws that bind them. But, at school, they’re still the freaks they’ve always been to the outside world. Marked by their plain clothing. Unexplained bruising. Utter isolation from their classmates. That is, until Castley is forced to partner with the totally irritating, totally normal George Gray, who offers her a glimpse of a life filled with freedom and choice.

Castley’s world rapidly expands beyond the woods she knows so well and the beliefs she once thought were the only truths. There is a future waiting for her if she can escape her father’s grasp, but Castley refuses to leave her siblings behind. Just as she begins to form a plan, her father makes a chilling announcement: the Cresswells will soon return to their home in heaven. With time running out on all of their lives, Castley must expose the depth of her father’s lies. The forest has buried the truth in darkness for far too long. Castley might be their last hope for salvation.

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The Cresswell Plot by Eliza Wass
Published by: Disney-Hyperion  on June 7, 2016

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About Eliza Wass

Eliza Wass

Eliza Wass is a freelance writer, editor and journalist. She comes from Southern California, where she was one of nine perfect children with two perfect parents. She has thousands of friends, all of whom either arrive inside dust jackets or post obsessively on Twitter.

Eliza spent 7 years in London with the most amazing man in the world, her late husband, Alan Wass of Alan Wass and The Tourniquet, who inspired her to pursue her dreams and live every day of her life.

 

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Tour-Schedule

 

Week 1:
6/6: Chapter By Chapter – Review
6/7: Storybook Slayers – Top 10
6/8: Don’t Fold the Pages – Review
6/9: Such A Novel Idea – Q&A
6/10: Reading In the Rain – Review

 

Week 2:
6/13: The Cover Contessa – Playlist
6/14: Bookish Realm Reviews – Review
6/15: The Bookkeeper’s Secrets – Graphic Art
6/16: Ex Libris – Review
6/17: Reading Is Better With Cupcakes – Review

 

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8 Comments

  1. Dominique Cobb
    6/6/2016

    Thank you for this giveaway opportunity!! Can’t wait to read this!

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  2. Rachel
    6/6/2016

    sounds intriguing and perhaps, a bit of a difficult emotionally read.
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  3. Veronica Vasquez
    6/6/2016

    This sounds like a really great read, thanks for sharing :)

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  4. Edye
    6/6/2016

    Thanks for the awesome chance to win :]

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  5. Susan T.
    6/6/2016

    I love books about creepy cults. Lol! This one sounds dangerous in a Heaven’s Gate lets all kill ourselves way. Should be an interesting story!

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  6. Jeanna Massman
    6/6/2016

    Castley is an interesting character. I would love to read her story.

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  7. brian lane
    6/7/2016

    I think this book sounds like a “go” for my liking and my granddaughter.

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  8. Patricia B.
    6/7/2016

    This sounds like a good exploration of how one individual can warp the perspective of others on the world and how difficult it can be to break their hold.

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