Giveaway: A Tracked Prize Pack For All You YA Lovers Out There
Described as The Fast and the Furious meets Firefly, Jenny Martin’s new novel Tracked, available May 5th, is one of HuffPo’s Most Anticipated YA Debuts of 2015 – and now you can win yourself an awesome Tracked prize pack!
We published an essay from Martin a while ago about writing her kick-ass female protagonist, which you might be interested in reading. Plus, from GoodReads (where it’s sitting at a solid four stars), here’s what Tracked is all about:
On corporately controlled Castra, rally racing is a high-stakes game that seventeen-year-old Phoebe Van Zant knows all too well. Phee’s legendary racer father disappeared mysteriously, but that hasn’t stopped her from speeding headlong into trouble. When she and her best friend, Bear, attract the attention of Charles Benroyal, they are blackmailed into racing for Benroyal Corp, a company that represents everything Phee detests. Worse, Phee risks losing Bear as she falls for Cash, her charming new teammate. But when she discovers that Benroyal is controlling more than a corporation, Phee realizes she has a much bigger role in Castra’s future than she could ever have imagined. It’s up to Phee to take Benroyal down. But even with the help of her team, can a street-rat destroy an empire?
Here’s all the sweet goodness you can win:
- The Tracked novel
- A tote bag
- A keychain
- A bookmark
All you have to do to enter is be sure you’re following us on Twitter (so we can DM you if you win!) and tweet the following in its entirety with no alterations:
I’m entering @TheMarySue’s #Tracked giveaway, because #FireflyMeetsFurious is my kind of YA! @randomhouse https://www.themarysue.com/tracked-giveaway/
You have until Monday, May 4, 2015 – 10:00 a.m. eastern to get your entry in—and sorry, you must have a valid address in the U.S. for us to ship the prize to you. However, if you live internationally and have a friend in the U.S. willing to forward a package along to your location, we won’t snitch.
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