Promo Post: Escape from the Past by Annette Oppenlander

Promo Post: Escape from the Past by Annette Oppenlander

Today I’m happy to be participating in the blog tour for Escape from the Past by Annette Oppenlander, master organized and hosted by YA Reads. Read on to find out more about Escape from the Past and enter the giveaway for a signed copy!

About Escape from the Past:

Book Cover of Escape from the Past by Annette Oppenlander

Escape from the Past by Annette Oppenlander
Publishing July 2015
Genres: Young Adult, Historical, Sci-Fi, Fiction
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When fifteen-year-old nerd and gamer Max Anderson thinks he’s sneaking a preview of an unpublished video game, he doesn’t realize that 1) He’s been chosen as a beta, an experimental test player. 2) He’s playing the ultimate history game, transporting him into the actual past: anywhere and anytime. And 3) Survival is optional: to return home he must decipher the game’s rules and complete its missions—if he lives long enough. To fail means to stay in the past—forever. Now Max is trapped in medieval Germany, unprepared and clueless. It is 1471 and he quickly learns that being an outcast may cost him his head. Especially after rescuing a beautiful peasant girl from a deadly infection and thus provoking sinister wannabe Duke Ott. Overnight he is dragged into a hornets’ nest of feuding lords who will stop at nothing to bring down the conjuring stranger in their midst.
Escape from the Past is ranked #1 in Hot New Teen & Young Adult MEdieval Historical Fiction on Amazon!

The Giveaway:

1 signed copy of Escape from the Past
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About the Author:

Author Photo of Annette OppenlanderAnnette Oppenlander writes historical fiction for young adults. When she isn’t in front of her computer, she loves indulging her dog, Mocha, and traveling around the U.S. and Europe to discover amazing histories.
“Nearly every place holds some kind of secret, something that makes history come alive. When we scrutinize people and places closely, history is no longer a number, it turns into a story.”

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