Dead Spots

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Product Details

Price
$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Tor Books
Publish Date
Pages
416
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.3 X 1.2 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780765337153

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About the Author

RHIANNON FRATER lives in Texas. She is the author of The First Days, Fighting to Survive, and Siege. Frater is well-loved in the blogosphere and is conducting a never-ending blog tour. She is active in the goth and horror fiction communities and on the convention circuit.

Reviews

"Intensely compelling...outstanding."
--"Publishers Weekly," starred review on "The First Days"
"An addictive read, full of well-crafted characters and some truly heart-stopping imagery. Keep the tissues handy--Frater knows how to pluck the heartstrings."
--"Library Journal" on "Siege"
"From literally the first page, Frater pulled me in and never let go."
--"Book Chick City" on "The First Days"
"Do not start this book if you can't read it nonstop. You won't want to put it down; it's just so damn gripping." --"Wicked Little Pixie" on "Fighting to Survive""" "Overall it was a good and bloody tale that had a bit of romance, a bit of insanity, violence, political vengeance and mystery all rolled into one. Isn't it about time you checked out this series, if you haven't already?"
--Parajunkee.com on "As the World Dies
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"I admit freely that I cried like a baby during scenes in this book, and I was so very happy during others. Rhiannon Frater excels at writing emotion into her characters."
--Addicted to Heroines on "Siege
""The anticipation and terror that follows you throughout this story is incredibly poignant. Frater brought the emotion, the intensity and sorrow, the laughter and love, the rebuilding and remembering, the pain and the tragedy, but at the end of it all, she brought the hope. She delivers big on the most basic of principles: humans need other humans. We are a social species and without the support and love of others, we will never thrive."
--Smash Attack Reads on "Siege"

Intensely compelling outstanding. "Publishers Weekly, starred review on The First Days"

An addictive read, full of well-crafted characters and some truly heart-stopping imagery. Keep the tissues handy--Frater knows how to pluck the heartstrings. "Library Journal on Siege"

From literally the first page, Frater pulled me in and never let go. "Book Chick City on The First Days"

Do not start this book if you can't read it nonstop. You won't want to put it down; it's just so damn gripping. "Wicked Little Pixie on Fighting to Survive"

Overall it was a good and bloody tale that had a bit of romance, a bit of insanity, violence, political vengeance and mystery all rolled into one. Isn't it about time you checked out this series, if you haven't already? "Parajunkee.com on As the World Dies"

I admit freely that I cried like a baby during scenes in this book, and I was so very happy during others. Rhiannon Frater excels at writing emotion into her characters. "Addicted to Heroines on Siege"

The anticipation and terror that follows you throughout this story is incredibly poignant. Frater brought the emotion, the intensity and sorrow, the laughter and love, the rebuilding and remembering, the pain and the tragedy, but at the end of it all, she brought the hope. She delivers big on the most basic of principles: humans need other humans. We are a social species and without the support and love of others, we will never thrive. "Smash Attack Reads on Siege""

-Intensely compelling...outstanding.- --Publishers Weekly, starred review on The First Days

-An addictive read, full of well-crafted characters and some truly heart-stopping imagery. Keep the tissues handy--Frater knows how to pluck the heartstrings.- --Library Journal on Siege

-From literally the first page, Frater pulled me in and never let go.- --Book Chick City on The First Days

-Do not start this book if you can't read it nonstop. You won't want to put it down; it's just so damn gripping.- --Wicked Little Pixie on Fighting to Survive

-Overall it was a good and bloody tale that had a bit of romance, a bit of insanity, violence, political vengeance and mystery all rolled into one. Isn't it about time you checked out this series, if you haven't already?- --Parajunkee.com on As the World Dies

-I admit freely that I cried like a baby during scenes in this book, and I was so very happy during others. Rhiannon Frater excels at writing emotion into her characters.- --Addicted to Heroines on Siege

-The anticipation and terror that follows you throughout this story is incredibly poignant. Frater brought the emotion, the intensity and sorrow, the laughter and love, the rebuilding and remembering, the pain and the tragedy, but at the end of it all, she brought the hope. She delivers big on the most basic of principles: humans need other humans. We are a social species and without the support and love of others, we will never thrive.- --Smash Attack Reads on Siege


"Intensely compelling...outstanding." --Publishers Weekly, starred review on The First Days

"An addictive read, full of well-crafted characters and some truly heart-stopping imagery. Keep the tissues handy--Frater knows how to pluck the heartstrings." --Library Journal on Siege

"From literally the first page, Frater pulled me in and never let go." --Book Chick City on The First Days

"Do not start this book if you can't read it nonstop. You won't want to put it down; it's just so damn gripping." --Wicked Little Pixie on Fighting to Survive

"Overall it was a good and bloody tale that had a bit of romance, a bit of insanity, violence, political vengeance and mystery all rolled into one. Isn't it about time you checked out this series, if you haven't already?" --Parajunkee.com on As the World Dies

"I admit freely that I cried like a baby during scenes in this book, and I was so very happy during others. Rhiannon Frater excels at writing emotion into her characters." --Addicted to Heroines on Siege

"The anticipation and terror that follows you throughout this story is incredibly poignant. Frater brought the emotion, the intensity and sorrow, the laughter and love, the rebuilding and remembering, the pain and the tragedy, but at the end of it all, she brought the hope. She delivers big on the most basic of principles: humans need other humans. We are a social species and without the support and love of others, we will never thrive." --Smash Attack Reads on Siege