The Series Continues with The Fire Keeper by J.C. Cervantes & Prize Pack Giveaway #TheFireKeeper

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Last fall, I introduced you to a great read ideal for teenagers, The Storm Runner. Well, this year, I am excited to share that the series continues with the release of book 2 – The Fire Keeper, from J. C. Cervantes.

The fiery and fast-paced sequel to the New York Times bestselling and critically acclaimed The Storm Runner

About the Series

A contemporary adventure based on Maya mythology from Rick Riordan Presents! In Book 1, The Storm Runner, a lonely boy in New Mexico has a physical disability that makes middle school feel even more like everyone is watching him. But as he soon learns, his physical differences are merely the first clue to a family history that connects him to the Maya gods—and puts him in mortal danger.

The Fire Keeper turns the first book on its ear, reuniting familiar characters from the first book for a brand new quest featuring incredible twists and turns!

About The Fire Keeper

Zane Obispo’s new life on a beautiful secluded tropical island, complete with his family and closest friends, should be perfect. But he can’t control his newfound fire skills yet (inherited from his father, the Maya god Hurakan); there’s a painful rift between him and his dog ever since she became a hell hound; and he doesn’t know what to do with his feelings for Brooks.

One day he discovers that by writing the book about his misadventures with the Maya gods, he unintentionally put other godborn children at risk. Unless Zane can find the godborns before the gods do, they will be killed. To make matters worse, Zane learns that Hurakan is scheduled to be executed. Zane knows he must rescue him, no matter the cost. Can he accomplish both tasks without the gods detecting him, or will he end up a permanent resident of the underworld?

In this cleverly plotted sequel to The Storm Runner, the gang is back together again with spirited new characters, sneaky gods, Aztec royalty, unlikely alliances, and secrets darker than Zane could ever have imagined. Secrets that will change him forever.

About the Author

J. C. Cervantes is the New York Times best-selling author of The Storm Runner, which Booklist called “a rip-roaring adventure” in a starred review. Her first novel, Tortilla Sun, was a 2010 New Voices pick by the American Booksellers Association and was named to Bank Street’s 2011 Best Book List. Jen grew up in San Diego and was fascinated by stories about Maya gods and magic.

About Rick Riordan Presents

The Rick Riordan Presents imprint is dedicated to providing entertaining middle grade fiction based on various world mythologies. Rick Riordan is involved in the selection, editing, and promotion of these books, working with great authors to tell exciting stories inspired by the mythologies of their own heritages. Learn more about the imprint and its current and upcoming titles on their official site.

The Fire Keeper is now available online and select retailers including AmazonBarnes & NobleBooks-A-Million and Indiebound.

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*** The Giveaway *** 

One winner will receive the following:

  • a copy of The Fire Keeper,
  • branded baseball cap & bumper sticker,
  • plus a $100 Visa gift card to stock up on a fresh wardrobe.

Giveaway is open to U.S. Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends 09/23/19

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win.

Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries!

Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Barbara Montag says

    I enjoy reading Pippi Longstocking with the grand kids.

  2. Michelle Tucker says

    I really enjoy reading all the old Golden books to my nieces/nephews babies. I think that not only do they enjoy them, it brings back fond memories for me too. <3

  3. Celeste Herrin says

    My favorite books to share with the kids are at the traditional fairytale bugs and all of the how everything works books. I learn a lot from them too!

  4. We love Dr. Seuss books

  5. Shayna Brookman says

    My son loves to read books about history and other non-fiction topics. My daughter on the other hand, has a great imagination and loves to read magical books about princesses and unicorns

  6. I like to read classics such as James and the Giant Peach and Where the red fern grows.

  7. I like fantasy and sci-fi books.

  8. Shirley Emitt says

    We love the Dr. Seuss books.

  9. “What are some of your favorite books to read or share with your kids?” “Alice In Wonderland”!

  10. Janice Cooper says

    We love reading the Dr. Seuss books – Green eggs and Ham, The cat in the hat comes back, etc…

  11. Tami Vollenweider says

    I like Romance novels and mysteries!

  12. We read alot around here. Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, Tolkien, SF and Fantasy and Mysteries.

  13. We like series type books, little house on the prairie, anne of green gables, trixie belden

  14. Victoria Barbour says

    I love all books, my daughter really likes any books that have to do with outer space.

  15. I like historical fiction, and my kid do too.

  16. We love reading everything – Harry Potter, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, etc.

  17. Dr. Seuss

  18. I think that Rick Riordan books are usually good for middle grade readers. Recently, I’ve been into the Keeper of the Lost Cities series by Shannon Messenger, another good middle grade series.

  19. Heather Kelly says

    I love reading the poems inside “Where the Sidewalk Ends.” We have also started reading “The Chronicles of Narnia.”

  20. I like to share science fiction and fantasy books with my daughter since those are her favorites. She really liked the Warriors book series.

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