Toucan Trilogy by Scott Cramer

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Today we’re happy to host a promo for author Scott Cramer since his Toucan Trilogy is going on a massive sale! Normally this series would cost you around $13 to get all three books but for this promo it’s only going to cost you around $2. Yes, only around two! So hop on it because Iris already got book one and has told me she is loving it!

Follow the Leigh siblings, Abby, Jordan, and Toucan, after a catastrophic pandemic kills the world’s adults.

Book 1: Night of the Purple Moon FREE (regular $2.99) 19-23 December http://bit.ly/Night_of_the_Purple_Moon

Book 2: Colony East $.99 cents (regular $4.99) 19–25 December http://bit.ly/colony_east

Book 3: Generation M $.99 cents (regular $4.99) 19–25 December http://bit.ly/generation_m

But Wait! There’s More!

Scott Cramer is hosting a daily giveaway for each of the books on his Facebook page! And on the 25th, he’ll be giving away TWO complete sets of the trilogy as well! You can check more of the details on his blog http://nanonoodle.com/book-a-day-give-away-extravaganza/

So what are people saying about the books?

Things along the lines of:

“Be amazed, shocked, tortured, lost and loved along an amazing journey”

“All that could go wrong will go wrong, and the light at the end of the tunnel is purple. A wonderful story of family strength and love.”

“A post-apocalyptic survival tale with pirates, adventure, romance, suspense, betrayal, grief, evil scientists, and redemption”

“Would highly recommend these books for book clubs, but be careful they are highly addictive. The ending is so touching and shows the power of love”

“Touching, compelling, terrifying. Quite simply, one of the best books I’ve read all year.”

“I have read many series. This began strong and ended strong.”

Oh and there’s also:

“Cramer creates a picture of our world that’s both frightening and inspiring in this heartfelt story that both young adults and adults can enjoy.A heartwarming but not overly sentimental story of survival.KIRKUS REVIEWS

Now for the books!

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Night of the Purple Moon
Scott Cramer
Published: 25th March, 2012
Train Renoir Publishing

Summary:

Abby, 13, is looking forward to watching the moon turn purple, unaware that bacteria from a passing comet will soon kill off older teens and adults. She must help her brother and baby sister survive in this new world, but all the while she has a ticking time bomb inside of her–adolescence.

Goodreads: 3.7/5 Amazon: 4.3/5

Iris

My Thoughts so far:

This is really quite well written and thoroughly entertaining! I am quite unsure as to how I’ve never heard of this series before now but be certain that I definitely will be reading them all and giving the series a review once I finish it.

Colony East

Colony East
Scott Cramer
Published: 22nd October, 2014Train Renoir Publishing

Summary:

When Abby’s little sister, Toucan, contracts a new, deadly illness spreading among the survivors, they go on a dangerous journey to Colony East, an enclave of scientists caring for a small group of children.

Abby fears that time is running short for Touk, but she soon learns that time is running out for everyone outside Colony East.

Goodreads: 4.4/5 Amazon: 4.6/5

Generation M

Generation M
Scott Cramer
Published: 4th November, 2014
Train Renoir Publishing

Summary:

The explosive conclusion to the Toucan Trilogy.

Coldly implementing their vision of the future, CDC scientists allow a lethal infection to become an epidemic outside the colonies.

Abby, her body wracked by the infection, begins a desperate journey to find her brother Jordan and her little sister Toucan, and save the lives of millions.

Goodreads: 4.3/5 Amazon: 4.9/5

This event was organized by CBB Book Promotions
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2 responses to “Toucan Trilogy by Scott Cramer

  1. Thanks so much for posting!

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