Cover Reveal + Excerpt: Never Too Far by Thomas Christopher

Hello lovely people of the internet! Today I have a special treat for you all. It’s a cover reveal of Thomas Christopher’s novel, Never Too Far, hosted by IMR Blog Tours. It is a sci-fi dystopian thriller filled with action packed adventure! It’s available now as an ebook through Amazon.

So are you guys ready??

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TC_NeverTooFar_ebook(1)SYNOPSIS

A harrowing story of love and survival. In a future of scarce resources, where the possession of gas and diesel is punishable by death, a teenage boy and a pregnant girl must save their impoverished family. They risk their lives on a terrifying journey to sell stolen fuel on the black market.

EXCERPT

Joe turned and ran back into the gully, but he didn’t get very far. A sudden blast of wind shoved him to the ground. Flat on his face, he heard the wind whistling and screeching past his ears. When he lifted his head, he couldn’t see the pregnant girl anymore. All the dust whirled and whipped into a blinding black blizzard. He thought for sure she’d gotten snatched up in the dust storm. The wind lashed at his face. He went to call out to her, but he didn’t know what to say because he didn’t know her name. And even if he did, his voice would’ve gotten lost in the snarling wind. Nevertheless, he had to find her.

The book sounds interesting. My mind was instantly interested when I read that it was a dystopian and it involved the black market in some way. I also like the mist and mystery the cover holds. It’s simple, yet, intriguing. What about you? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! 🙂

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

tc_author_photoThomas Christopher grew up in Iowa. He received his MFA from Western Michigan University. His short stories have appeared in The Louisville Review, The MacGuffin, Redivider, and Cooweescoowee. He was also awarded an Irving S. Gilmore Emerging Artist Grant and was a finalist for the Matthew Clark Prize in Fiction. He lives in Wisconsin with his wife and son.

PLACES TO STALK THOMAS

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  1. Thomas Christopher

     /  June 13, 2013

    Thanks for helping with my reveal!

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