YA Epic Reads Blog Tour: “Puppet” by Pauline C Harris ON SALE!

Puppet by Pauline C Harris is on sale now on Amazon for $1.99 in Kindle Edition! If you’re not a fan of technology, then you could purchase the paperback for $9.99!

If you are not aware, YA Bookish News is hosting it’s first ever blog tour featuring different authors from different genres within YA. Today, we are featuring Puppet by Pauline C Harris on Maddie’s blog

Maddie’s blurb:

“I had my own views…guessing on things…but totally wrong about your ideas.”

If you’re looking for another YA fairytale retelling that will promise you a….well, a promising book then definitely try to pick this up for your next read as recommended by Maddie as well.

“I would recommend this story to anyone who likes retelling if any type of fairytales or myths.” 

Goodreads Synopsis:

Penelope never dreamed she’d become a superhuman experiment masquerading as a puppet.
She never dreamed everything would be taken from her; even her ability to lie.
Nor did she ever dream that she would become something so unreal.

Penelope lives in a world of advanced technology. Marionettes have advanced in the form of robots; lifelike creations remote controlled to perform super human tasks.
When Penelope makes a deal with Jed, a marionette-obsessed scientist, she doesn’t fully realize what she’s getting herself into. In order for Jed to take her away from the orphanage she lives in, she must first agree to undergo his experiments and tests, ultimately creating something no one ever dreamed possible; the first living marionette.
As Jed shows off his scientific creation to the world, concerns arise surrounding Penelope’s abilities and what she’s capable of doing. Ordered to somehow lessen her abilities, Jed makes a desperate attempt to change Penelope to make her more human, more vulnerable. After Penelope lies to the officials about her past, Jed makes sure it’s the last one she’ll ever utter. The truth is now the only thing she is capable of telling.
As Penelope struggles with her past, her disturbingly new present, and her uncertain future, she is thrust into a magically twisted world of mayhem in search of the one thing she wants, but knows she can never have. The chance to be just a girl again. To be normal. To be real.






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