Publication Day for Ignite the Shadows in glorious PB

It’s publication day for the brilliant Ignite the Shadows, in paperback, by debut novelist, Ingrid Seymour.

Ignite smallSixteen-year-old Marci Guerrero is one of the best teen hackers in Seattle. However, she’d give up all her talents to know she isn’t crazy.

Marci feels possessed by shadowy spectres that take control of her body and make her do crazy things. While spying on the clandestine group known as IgNiTe, she is confronted by their mysterious leader, James McCray. His presence stirs the spectres inside her brain into a maddening frenzy. Her symptoms and ability to control them don’t go unnoticed by James, who soon recruits her. As IgNiTe reveals its secrets, Marci starts to realise that half the world’s population is infected with sentient parasites, which are attacking and eventually supplanting the human brain.

Now Marci wishes she was crazy, because this truth is far worse . . .

You can buy your paperback version of Ignite the Shadows here. If you would like to enter her Goodreads giveaway – you’d better be quick! It ends today – it’s here: http://bit.ly/1ImmeFr  Also, you can win an autographed paperback copy of Ignite the Shadows on Ingrid’s website – check it out now here for your chance to win.

 

 

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