Blog Tour: Sing Sweet Nightingale by Erica Cameron

Posted March 3, 2014 by Katrina @ Bookish Things in Blog Tour, Book Review / 6 Comments

Blog Tour: Sing Sweet Nightingale by Erica Cameron

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Blog Tour: Sing Sweet Nightingale by Erica CameronSing Sweet Nightingale by Erica Cameron
Series: The Dream War Saga
Published by Spencer Hill Press on 2014-03-04
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 320
Format: ARC
Source: Publisher
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Mariella Teagen hasn't spoken a word in four years.

She pledged her voice to Orane, the man she loves—someone she only sees in her dreams. Each night, she escapes to Paradise, the world Orane created for her, and she sings for him. Mariella never believed she could stay in Paradise longer than a night, but two weeks before her eighteenth birthday, Orane hints that she may be able to stay forever.

Hudson Vincent made a pledge to never fight again.

Calease, the creature who created his dream world, swore that giving up violence would protect Hudson. But when his vow caused the death of his little brother, Hudson turned his grief on Calease and destroyed the dream world. The battle left him with new abilities and disturbing visions of a silent girl in grave danger—Mariella.

Now, Hudson is fighting to save Mariella's life while she fights to give it away. And he must find a way to show her Orane’s true intentions before she is lost to Paradise forever.

Review
 
Sing Sweet Nightingale is a refreshing read. The world created within the pages is one I haven’t read before.
 
I adore Hudson. He’s got this need to save people. I think that’s really brave, even though sometimes it comes back to bite him in the butt. He’s a strong character that tries to make things right now matter how crazy it makes him look. Mari is a decent character. There were so many things she did that drove me nuts. She’s very naive, and doesn’t see how Orane is changing her. She kind of guesses, but not enough to change things.
 
There are a few tense moments, but a lot of it how the characters interact with each other. Because of the things that are happening there’s always a charge in the air whether they want there to be or not.
 
I’m ready to learn more about these beings in Paradise. Hopefully we get a more in depth look at them in the next book. I have so many questions about them.
 
Katrina Sig
 
 
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About Erica Cameron

Erica Cameron knew that writing was her passion when she turned a picture book into a mystery novella as a teen. That piece wasn’t her best work, but it got her an A. After college, she used her degree in Psychology and Creative Writing to shape a story about a dreamworld. Then a chance encounter at a rooftop party in Tribeca made her dream career a reality.
Erica is many things but most notably the following: writer, reader, editor, dancer, choreographer, singer, lover of musical theater, movie obsessed, sucker for romance, Florida resident, and quasi-recluse. She loves the beach but hates the heat, has equal passion for the art of Salvador Dali and Venetian Carnival masks, has a penchant for unique jewelry and sun/moon décor pieces, and a desire to travel the entire world on a cruise ship. Or a private yacht. You know, whatever works.
Her debut novel Sing Sweet Nightingale releases March 4, 2014 from Spencer Hill Press. It is the first book in The Dream War Saga.
Erica is represented by Danielle Chiotti at Upstart Crow Literary. However, for subrights inquiries on Sing Sweet Nightingale, contact Rebecca Mancini at Rights Mix. Regarding publicity for The Dream War Saga, contact Cindy Thomas at cthomas {@} spencerhillcontemporary {.} com.

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Katrina @ Bookish Things

About Katrina @ Bookish Things

I'm a mom of two and love to read, listen to music, and rock out at concerts. Sometimes you can find me reading, or writing, in between sets at concerts. I read many genres, and have a TBR mountain.

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