Skeletal by Emma Pillar blog tour

Book Description:

Gale City is the last city in the world and under the strict control of the illusive Centrals.

 

When females reach adulthood, they’re given the chance to compete at Showcase for the honour of becoming surrogates for the Morbihan – a highly intelligent, obese race of people, unable to procreate naturally. All the other girls are excited to become hosts, all except Megan Skyla.

 

Convinced there’s more to life, Skyla teams up with an unlikely friend and they go in search of a cure for the Morbihan condition. Things don’t go to plan and their journey becomes a harrowing quest fraught with danger and deceit.

 

How can Skyla discover the truth when everything she’s been told is a lie? Can anyone in Gale City ever really be free?

How can Skyla discover the truth when everything she’s been told is a lie? Can anyone in Gale City ever really be free?

 

Skyla is about to discover that freedom has a price and she’s going have the fight to survive.

Author Bio:

Emma Pullar is a writer of dark fiction and children’s books. Her picture book, Curly from Shirley, went to number four on the national bestseller list and was named best opening lines by NZ Post. You can read her SJV Award shortlisted horror story, London’s Crawling, in the Dark Minds charity collection and her dystopian sci-fi story, Old Trees Don’t Bend, in The Anthropocene Chronicles. Emma has also written three shortlisted stories for Create50 which are awaiting the winner announcement. Her debut novel SKELETAL published by Bloodhound Books is due for release 27th October 2017.

Links:

 

Twitter: @EmmaStoryteller

FB Page: Emma Pullar Storyteller

Instagram: @emmapullar_storyteller

Website: http://www.emmapullar.com/

My Review

Skeletal was a unique story that was well written as well as had entertaining characters. 

What I like about Emma Pillar and her fiction is that she is always pushing the boundaries of what is expected.   She has a wonderful ability generally be unique with her writing.   It is a great compliment to say that there are few who write in a style similar to her.

Looking forward to her next book.

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