Tuesday, December 16, 2014

New Year... New Reads!

And now we're talking about 2015. 2015. Are you kidding? Where do our geeky years go? As readers, we have had an incredible 2014 of new books and old favorites to enjoy here at GGBC, and I am really excited to start our soon to be FOURTH YEAR of Geek Girls Book Club.

We can start our own library soon. With coffee, an open bar, and places to nap everywhere. Reading nirvana. We may need a big lottery win for that to happen, but while we wait for that, we ring in a new year, and also get to welcome a new book!

You know we love our geeky authors, but when that author is also an incredibly talented and super Geek Girl herself, we just have to read!

For our first book of 2015, I give you, Blake Northcott's "Arena Mode":


Here is the summary via Amazon, and I encourage you to read her webpage and see the story behind this, it is such a cool vision for a series, and has been regarded very highly since its release. And the awesome part? It's a series, so if you love it you can keep going!

"In his twenty-nine years, Matthew Moxon had done virtually nothing with his record-breaking IQ and unparalleled problem solving abilities. Until one morning, after a dangerous fall lands him in the emergency room, he discovers that a tumor is pressing against his brain. 

Unable to afford experimental but potentially life-saving surgery, Moxon takes drastic action; he volunteers for Arena Mode: 2041's most vicious sporting event, where thirteen superhumans fight in an urban combat zone for a multi-billion dollar prize. 

Moxon is forced to battle opponents possessing ungodly speed, strength, and abilities once thought to exist only across the pages of superhero comics – and he’s armed with nothing more than his rapidly-diminishing brain cells. 

With the odds stacked impossibly against him, Moxon fights to not only survive the wrath of the other competitors, but to unlock the mysteries buried within the Arena itself."

You can get the ebook from the links on her website, and also on Amazon.com.

I think ushering in the new year with a new author to GGBC is the perfect way to start the year. I hope that you all join us in this read, spread the word about us to your friends and geeky family, and get ready for all kinds of new adventures ahead. We will start the book on January first, and discuss on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads starting the last Saturday of the month. Can't wait to see you there.

2015 will be full of amazing things. Let's find them together, sweet Geeks. 


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