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150+ Book Giveaway Dan Krokos - US

Friday, June 7, 2013

Dan Krokos

  False Memory and Planet Thieves

Miranda wakes up alone on a park bench with no memory. In her panic, she releases a mysterious energy that incites pure terror in everyone around her. Except Peter, a boy who isn’t at all surprised by Miranda’s shocking ability.

Left with no choice but to trust this stranger, Miranda discovers she was trained to be a weapon and is part of an elite force of genetically-altered teens who possess flawless combat skills and powers strong enough to destroy a city. But adjusting to her old life isn’t easy—especially with Noah, the boyfriend she can’t remember loving.

Then Miranda uncovers a dark truth that sets her team on the run. Suddenly her past doesn’t seem to matter... when there may not be a future.

Dan Krokos’ debut is a tour-de-force of non-stop action that will leave readers begging for the next book in this bold and powerful new series.

The Planet Thieves is the first thrilling installment of a new middle-grade series by Dan Krokos.

Two weeks ago, thirteen-year-old Mason Stark and seventeen of his fellow cadets from the Academy for Earth Space Command boarded the SS Egypt. The trip was supposed to be a short routine voyage to log their required spacetime for summer quarter.

But routine goes out the airlock when they’re attacked by the Tremist, an alien race who have been at war with humanity for the last sixty years.

With the captain and crew dead, injured, or taken prisoner, Mason and the cadets are all that’s left to warn the ESC. And soon they find out exactly why the Tremist chose this ship to attack: the Egypt is carrying a weapon that could change the war forever.

Now Mason will have to lead the cadets in a daring assault to take back the ship, rescue the survivors, and recover the weapon. Before there isn’t a war left to fight.


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  1. Well now technically this would be a trick question, LOL.

    If I were to lose my memory, I wouldn't miss any part of it because I wouldn't remember it, LOL.


    Nah, I would miss the part that keeps recognition of family the most....second to that is the part that remembers how to read, LOL.

    Thanks again for the awesome giveaway!

    My email"mrsjtucker2012[at]gmail[dot]com

  1. If I were to lose my memory, I think what I would miss the most would be the relationships that I had with everyone around me.
    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  1. If I lost my memory I would miss the people that I loved. It would be upsetting that I couldn't remember who my family was.

  1. I would miss my family memories.

  1. I would miss the part of my memories that holds my family.. thanks for the giveaway!!

  1. Well, I have to say the same thing that everyone else has said - I would miss my memory of my family!

  1. I would miss the memories of my children's growing up the most.

  1. I would miss the experiences that made me who I am.

  1. I would miss not being able to remember my loved ones. Thanks for having the giveaway.


  1. Erika said...:

    Memories I have of my family! thanks!

  1. Julie S said...:

    I would definitely miss knowing who I am and who I love and trust. Without a memory, anyone can be dangerous.

  1. Ty Wilson said...:

    Just the thought of losing the memories of my family is devastating. I hope I never lose those.

  1. bn100 said...:

    the good memories

  1. erin said...:

    thanks for the awesome giveaway! I'd miss my childhood memories. They were all great!

  1. Nancy said...:

    Family times. Thanks for the giveaway.

  1. I would miss knowing who to trust and knowing who I should keep my distance from. It was not easy learning that in the first place, it would be a shame to have to learn it all over again. Thank you for the giveaway!

  1. I would hate to loose any memories of my 8 month old daughter, even the painful labor and delivery. I love every single minute that I have had with her so far!

  1. Brynna said...:

    I suppose I'd miss memories of my family most. It'd be really hard to not know where you come from.

  1. Meghan said...:

    Memories of my friends and family!

  1. Ellie M. said...:

    If I lost my memory, I would probably miss all of the crazy memories that I had of my family and friends.

  1. Sierra said...:

    The special memories of my family and friends :( Dan Krokos is really talented, I can't wait for his next book!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  1. Honestly, the worst part would be not being able to make or understand movie references. That is how my family makes most of our jokes, and it would kill me to not understand them.

  1. I would not want to lose my memory. I would hate to not know who my loved ones were :(

  1. Jillyn said...:

    I'd miss knowing who I could trust and who I could not. It would be painful to relearn all of that.

  1. Sayomay said...:

    Def miss the painful/hard lessons that I learned.
    Mary G Loki

  1. Tammy said...:

    My memories of my kids when they were little.

  1. Marlene said...:

    My memories of my dad and mom because they have passed and I wouldn't want to lose those. Or the one when my daughter was small.

  1. meryvamp said...:

    Anything involving my friends and family.

    Thanks for this giveaway. I really want to read The Planet Thieves.

  1. Vanessa L said...:

    I would miss the memories I made with my family and friends...they are priceless.

  1. Definitely anything and everything about my family. I just couldn’t imagine losing those memories. Those memories just mean too much for me. Thank you so much for this AWESOME giveaway!!!

  1. Lili said...:

    Understanding how I came to be the person I am today.

  1. Katherine said...:

    I would forget all the stupid and humiliating moments...even though that sounds like a relief, I would hate to forget the lessons that I've learned.

  1. Stacy said...:

    I would miss the memories of my Dad, since he passed away three years ago.

  1. Denise Z said...:

    I would definitely miss the memories of my child, but otherwise what fun to get to read all my faves over again with new eyes LOL

  1. I would miss my childhood memories.

  1. LAWonder said...:

    What a question!! How would on choose. There are so many good and no so good memories throughout my life.
    How could I choose any of my childhood memories over the memories of my children's childhood? I just can't choose.

  1. Rebecca said...:

    I would miss my memories of all the people I had known and loved. I would feel so alone, not having anyone who I could remember having any emotional connection with-not even my beloved cat Willow.

  1. Erica said...:

    I'd miss the memories that made me smile, or laugh. Those are always the best :)

  1. Steph said...:

    I would miss all the happy memories with my family and friends. Thanks for the giveaway!

  1. BookLady said...:

    I would miss my family memories.