Congratulations to Gamila ! She is the winner of the February 2 contest. She has chosen Heroes of Glorieta Pass as her prize, leaving the other books offered as prizes for the next contest along with Rolling with the Tide by Jeff Call, Time Riders by Sierra St. James (Jannette Rallison), and Mirror Image by Clair M. Poulson.
Everyone's responses to a time and place they would like to visit were great. I loved reading your comments. Thanks for entering my contest.
To make both posting and commenting easier, I have added the rules of the game to my sidebar. Remember you can add a thoughtful comment to any of my posts during the two week period of each contest, not just in answer to the question I pose and previous prizes not selected by winners may be selected as alternative prizes.
Here's a rundown of the new selections offered this time:
Rolling with the Tide: Meet Gunnar Hanshaw, a former star high school quarterback from California whose career ended with a severe shoulder injury. Now on a mission in Chile, Gunnar faces an uncertain future. Then while playing catch on A Preparation Day, his companion notices his unusually strong arm and encourages him to give football another chance. Eventually, Gunnar finds himself a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Time Riders: Sheridan and Taylor are ordinary college students until a mistake by twenty-fourth century scientists drags them three hundred years into the future. This is a fast leap into a corrupt future world filled with suspense, intrigue, and a bit of humor.
Mirror Image: Twins born to a dying, hippie mother are separated and grow up worlds apart. Their worlds collide when one person figures out the connection between these two young men. While her knowledge has the potential to reunite the long-lost brothers, it also involves dangerous individuals who are desperate to keep hidden truths buried, no matter who gets in the way.
All three of these books represent different types of intrigue and adventure. So here's the question I'm asking for this contest. What is your favorite LDS fiction action/adventure/intrigue novel and what makes it stand out for you?