The reviews for the Battle Ground series so far have been amazing! Thank you to all the bloggers and readers who took part in the Blog Tours, or left reviews on Amazon or GoodReads. Indie Authors need reviews – your comments and ratings make a huge difference, and help our books to find their audience.
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You’ll find Battle Ground and False Flag on Amazon, and all three books on GoodReads and Library Thing. Thank you in advance for your support!
I just want to say a massive THANK YOU to all the book bloggers who took part in the False Flag Blog Tour. The reviews are overwhelmingly positive and thoughtful, and it is wonderful to see people enjoying the second book in the Battle Ground series. I was nervous about this one, but I shouldn’t have worried!
If you missed the reviews, you can find them all here:
Writing with Wolves – After reading book one I was obsessed with this series, but book two has increased that obsession tenfold.
Herding Cats – A dystopian post Brexit series with a kickass female lead.
AyJayPageFarer – Anything that engages the young with politics and philosophy gets much admiration and respect from me – and this novel has only increased that. Once again, for the intended target YA audience, this one gets 5 stars.
Joe Jots – The second novel in Rachel Churcher’s Battle Ground series is a real treat.
ReasReads – That’s the sign of good writing – the previous protagonist has become an annoying side character.
Me and My Books – A fast paced book that is full of action and conspiracy – it gets a Definitely Recommended from Me.
Sean’s Book Reviews – The second book in this wonderful series. I am really enjoying Ketty and her journey.
Jessica Belmont – Rachel Churcher is fantastic at world building and character crafting. 5/5.
Just Books – I am enjoying this fascinating and plausible series and I’m looking forward to reading book 3.
Radzy Writes – People are always more than we initially suspect, and I love nothing more than a ‘monster with a heart’. It fuels me, gets me up in the morning, and is a huge inspiration of mine. Churcher captures this, and it’s wonderful.
Donna’s Book Blog – The author has written a thoroughly enjoyable story and it is certainly one that makes you question a few things and gives you plenty of “what ifs” too, especially with the current political climate!
Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers– If you’re a Young Adult fan looking for your next dystopian adventure, today’s title in the spotlight might just be the very thing you’re looking for.