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Flying Mutant Zombie Rats by Kat de Falla - Blog Tour, Review, & Giveaway


I'm very excited to welcome you all to my leg of the Flying Mutant Zombie Rats blog tour, hosted by Rockstar Book Tours!  Today, you'll find the details and summary for this novel, my review, an about the author, Kat de Falla, a giveaway, and the blog tour schedule.  Thanks for visiting my stop on this blog tour!


About the Book:
Title: FLYING MUTANT ZOMBIE RATS (Moto Maddie BMX Portal #1)
Author: Kat de Falla
Pub. Date: December 2, 2018
Publisher: Kat de Falla
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 132
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, B&N, iBooks, TBD

Summer vacation is almost here! And Pea O'Neil is stoked to try out the new local BMX track which is finally open. He and his gang of friends can ride all summer long!

But when Pea tries a back flip, he unwittingly opens a portal to another dimension and hordes of flying mutant zombie rats are unleashed upon the city. With the help of an otherworldly talking cat sent to help prevent the demise of humankind, Pea and his friends must hunt down the hungry mutants and send them back before the portal closes.

But when the zombie rats attack a neighbor man, the boys have to enlist the help of a graveyard looney and the city's stray cats. With time running out, Pea and his gang track the monsters to the city's sewer system. But in the city sewer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, it’s eat…or get eaten.
My Review:

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Honestly, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect with this, but Flying Mutant Zombie Rats by Kat de Falla is a lot of action-packed MG zombie and BMX bike fun. It's easy to get wrapped up in the adventure Pea and his friends find themselves in the middle of here. It really brings back the memories of when I was in middle school, especially that last day and finally getting out for the summer. It's great that he and his friends are so close as they work together against the titular baddies. I also loved that elements of horror here which get pretty intense for an MG read. Seriously there is a lot to like about this, but I'm definitely not the target audience. I high suspect that a reluctant reader could easily become hooked by Kat de Falla's storytelling.

About Kat:


Kat was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she learned to roller skate, ride a banana seat bike, and love Shakespeare. She holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and is happily employed as a retail pharmacist. She is married to her soul mate, composer Lee de Falla and raising four kids together ala the Brady Bunch. The Seer's Lover was Kat's first book and she is working feverishly on four different series at the moment!

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Kat is so much an extravert that she has come full circle and enjoys her alone time as much as her social adventures. Connect with Kat (who does indeed love cats!)

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Giveaway Details:

One lucky winner will receive a $25Amazon gift card, International.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Tour Schedule:

Week One:
12/17/2018-Twirling Book Princess- Excerpt
12/18/2018- Ogitchida Kwe's Book Blog- Spotlight
12/19/2018- CoffeeCocktailsandBooks Blog- Review
12/20/2018- Texan Holly Reads- Review
12/21/2018- BookHounds YA- Review
12/22/2018- What A Nerd Girl Says- Excerpt

Week Two:
12/26/2018- Always Me- Review
12/27/2018- The Pages In-Between- Review
12/28/2018- Novel Novice- Excerpt

Week Three:
12/31/2018- Owl Always Be Reading- Excerpt
1/2/2019- Two Chicks on Books- Excerpt
1/3/2019- A Dream Within A Dream- Excerpt
1/4/2019- Good Choice Reading- Excerpt

Week Four:
1/7/2019- Jaime's World- Excerpt
1/8/2019- Book-Keeping- Review
1/9/2019- Parajunkee - Excerpt
1/10/2019- Two Chicks on Books Facebook- Spotlight

Comments

  1. This does sound like fun! I don't usually read MG but I can think of some readers who might like this.

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  2. This sounds so cool. I love MG books every once in a while.

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  3. I really enjoyed this one too. And I adore the cover!

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    1. I glad to hear we both like this story. Thanks for coming over, Laura.

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  4. Thanks so much for the review - I have so much fun writing this series! Happy New Year! Cheers from Wisconsin...Kat de Falla

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