Calling all book worms and nerdy types. We here at MP! need a bunch of book lovers to take on the task of reading and reviewing one of three Simon & Schuster titles. You’ll be sent a copy of your book of choice and asked a few questions about it, which will then be published on Maximum Pop! for all of the interwebz to see.
All you have to do is pick your favourite from the following, and send us your details to be in the running.
OPTION 1: ‘The Potion Diaries’, by Amy Alward
When the Princess of Nova accidentally poisons herself with a love potion meant for her crush, she falls crown-over-heels in love with her own reflection. Oops. A nationwide hunt is called to find the cure, with competitors travelling the world for the rarest ingredients, deep in magical forests and frozen tundras, facing death at every turn.
Enter Samantha Kemi – an ordinary girl with an extraordinary talent. Sam’s family were once the most respected alchemists in the kingdom, but they’ve fallen on hard times, and winning the hunt would save their reputation. But can Sam really compete with the dazzling powers of the ZoroAster megapharma company? Just how close is Sam willing to get to Zain Aster, her dashing former classmate and enemy, in the meantime?
And just to add to the pressure, this quest is ALL OVER social media. And the world news.
No big deal, then.
OPTION 2: All My Secrets, by Sophie McKenzie
The shocking reality behind a GBP10 million inheritance turns Evie Brown’s world on its head. Unable to find out the truth from her parents, Evie ends up on the mysterious island of Lightsea, where her desire for answers leads her towards a series of revelations that threaten everything she holds dear …including her life.
OPTION 3: ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’, by Paige Toon
Life as the undercover daughter of a rock god isn’t going to be easy. How will Jessie adjust to her old boring life again after spending her summer living it up with her dad in LA? With tough decisions ahead (and not just choosing between two hot boys), can she cope juggling her two very different lives? Summer may be over, but Jessie’s story is just beginning…
If you think you’re up to getting a free book and a chance to tell the rest of MP! what you think of it (it’s an easy choice), then we’d love to hear from you.
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