Friday, June 14, 2013

Weekend Book Give-Away: The Reluctant Assassin

I've been hearing nothing but great things about this week's book, The Reluctant Assassin by Eoin Colfer, the author of the much loved Artemis Fowl series.

In Victorian London, Albert Garrick, an assassin-for-hire, and his reluctant young apprentice, Riley, are transported via wormhole to modern London, where Riley teams up with a young FBI agent to stop Garrick from returning to his own time and using his newly acquired scientific knowledge and power to change the world forever. 
Does that sound awesome or what?  
Ok, for your chance to enter a drawing to win and Advanced Readers copy of this exciting new read, tell me when (and where) you would travel to if you could go anywhere in time?
Winner will be selected with Random Number Generator on Tuesday June 18, 2013. Be sure to leave a name with your entry, and check back to see if you won. To win you must be a teen (6th-12th grade, or 12-18) who uses a Sno-Isle Library.

5 comments:

Noah said...

Anywhere and any time in the world? Well, I'm going to have to say 19th century England. I absolutely adore Jane Austen's books and other works, so I'd like to see what England was really like back then. Or, jumping back a little farther in time, I'd LOVE to go to the Globe Theater to see a Shakespeare play during the time Shakespeare was alive.

Jessica Boen said...

Gee, so many choices! All right, I'll go to Iceland during the age of the vikings. It is said that back then, there were trees covering all over the land before the vikings cut them all down. I want to prove whether or not that legend is true.

Dawn said...

Random Number Generator picked Jessica! Please email me at teens@sno-isle.org to let me know to which Sno-Isle Library we should send your book.

HammyHan said...

If I could go anywhere, anytime, I would choose to go to the past. Many people state not to live in the past but to look towards the future. I believe that the future can be the past and the past can be the future. To alter the past you must be in the future and to alter the future you must be in the past. I believe, what you do now shaped the world, this is why I want to be in the past at anytime, anywhere.

Dawn said...

Random Number Generator picked Jessica! Please email me at teens@sno-isle.org to let me know to which Sno-Isle Library we should send your book.