04 Jan Win THE LINE BETWEEN on Goodreads
Good news, readers! My publisher is giving away fifty (50!) copies of The Line Between on Goodreads. The drawing ends on release day, January 29, 2019.
Here’s what a few of Goodread’s advanced reviewers are saying about the thriller:
“I received an ARC, but this is my honest review! I have really come to enjoy Tosca Lee’s novels, and this one is definitely another excellent one! She writes stories that make you want to go research her topics; they draw you in and you want to know more about not just the characters but also about the ideas presented in the books. Maybe it’s history, as it was for me in Progeny, or maybe it’s disease as it is in The Line Between. It’s fast-paced and a little twisted and the characters in The Line Between are complex and real, and you are rooting for truth and justice to win! I couldn’t put it down!”
– Sonya Aydell
This review first appeared in Library Journal’s Nov. 1 ,2018 issue:
“Wynter Roth was kicked out of the New Earth cult, a doomsday community in the farmlands of Iowa. Now living in Chicago, she struggles to adjust to a life inundated with technology, devoid of structure, and bereft of her cult family. As Wynter relives harrowing memories from inside the compound, the world around her seems just as insane. Reports of violent acts are increasing, which may be related to a contagious form of Alzheimer’s. When her sister shows up on her doorstep with a possible link between the madness of the cult and the madness of the country, Wynter embarks on a death-defying journey to try and save a world she’s not entirely sure deserves saving. Lee (The Progeny; Firstborn; “Books of Mortals” series with Ted Deeker) skillfully blends the bizarre and the familiar to craft a scenario ripped from tomorrow’s headlines. Watchers of the television series ‘The Last Ship’ and readers of Carrie Stuart Parks and Jolina Petersheim will enjoy this doomsday tale with strong characters and fast pacing. VERDICT: Lee’s perfectly crafted dystopian thriller will keep readers up all night and have them begging for a sequel.”
– Scott County Library System
“I couldn’t put this book down, it was so fascinating. Who knew that gourmet pork, a cult, and a pandemic could be woven together into such an amazing story? Wynter Roth is trying to create a new life after emerging from a cult, and then gets swept into an apocalyptic series of events. She rushes to save her niece from danger while trying to fulfill her sister’s mission to find a treatment for a deadly outbreak. A frighteningly realistic story with intriguing characters and amazing twists and turns.”
MJSHPosted at 18:02h, 15 January
Loved the book!
Amy MachitaPosted at 00:17h, 15 January
Just finished it and it was great! Would love a physical copy!
Michael VincentPosted at 14:10h, 14 January
Lauren GraysonPosted at 16:07h, 12 January
I can’t wait to read this book and I love all the give aways you’re a part of!
Amy RayPosted at 02:47h, 12 January
The Line Between was such a great read! Loved it!
Shelley HastreiterPosted at 18:08h, 11 January
Crossing my fingers that I win a copy! I’d love to add this to my own library as well as my classroom library!
Kathryn DiDomizioPosted at 17:51h, 11 January
II am honored to be on your launch team and thoroughly enjoyed this book! It was a change of pace for me from the types of books I generally read, but wow am I glad I read it! Bravo, and thank you for sharing your talent, Tosca!
Michelle FritzPosted at 17:43h, 11 January
I am so excited for this to be released!!!
Ross LucasPosted at 15:10h, 11 January
This latest thriller by Tosca Lee is an exciting tale of loss and pain, danger and suspense, fear and betrayal. Could we possibly experience an epidemic as described here? Is there an evil in the world so great that it would attempt to profit from disaster? How do religious cults attract members and keep them captive? Tosca raises these questions in the breathtakiinig journey of her main protagonist, Wynter. I love the book. Thanks Tosca!
lora ResslerPosted at 02:28h, 11 January
I just entered to win my copy (or possibly to give as a gift to someone I love lots and lots)