Thursday, March 9, 2017

Blog Tour: YOU CAN'T HIDE by Dan Poblocki | Top Ten List + Giveaway!

Welcome everyone to the Official Blog tour for 
 YOU CAN'T HIDE by Dan Poblocki
In this post, you can read all about the book and the author as well as enter a giveaway for copies of the book! Enjoy!


Title: You Can't Hide
Author: Dan Poblocki 
Series: Shadow House (Book 2)
Hardcover: 224 pages
Genre: Middle Grade, Paranormal, Horror
Publisher: Scholastic (December 27, 2016)
ISBN-10: 0545925517
ISBN-13: 978-0545925518


Shadow House will find you . . .


Poppy, Marcus, Dash, Dylan, and Azumi are all trapped within Shadow House, a sinister estate where past and present intertwine. As they fight to find a way out, the kids think the ghosts of the house are the greatest danger they face. Little do the kids know it's the secrets they're each hiding that will prove even more lethal.



They're going to have to come face to face with their fears if they stand any hope of escaping the house alive. Is there anyone or anything in the house they can trust? Or is all hope disappearing, too . 


Enter Shadow House . . . if you dare.

BONUS: Step inside Shadow House with the free app for your tablet or phone! Each image in the book reveals a haunting in the app, where the choices you make determine your fate.
You can purchase You Can't Hide at the following Retailers:
        

Praise for YOU CAN'T HIDE

"Shadow House has everything I love—strange characters, magic and the supernatural, endless danger and adventure—and a mystery I dare any reader to try to solve". -- R.L. Stine, author of Goosebumps

Praise for The Book of Bad Things

"Ghostly... grotesque... eerie..." -- Booklist

"Poblocki's return, full of mystery, monsters and ghosts, is sure to satisfy his fans. Old-school, John Saul-style horror." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Fun and creepy in all the good ways." -- VOYA

Praise for The Haunting of Gabriel Ashe

A YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults selection

A Junior Library Guild selection

"The social dramas mesh well with the supernatural elements... Poblocki creates a real sense of suspense." -- Booklist

"Poblocki creates danger by not pulling punches. An atmospheric, creepy ghost story best read at night." -- Kirkus Reviews


Top Ten book classics you'd like to read
To my chagrin, I admit that I still haven’t read:
  • 10.  The Phantom Tollbooth – Norton Juster
  • 9.  Brave New World – Aldous Huxley
  • 8.  Dracula – Bram Stoker
  • 7.  The House of the Spirits – Isabel Allende
  • 6.  Their Eyes Were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston
  • 5.  We Have Always Lived in the Castle – Shirley Jackson
  • 4.  Go Tell it on the Mountain – James Baldwin
  • 3.  Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
  • 2.  Parable of the Sower – Octavia Butler
  • 1.  A Wizard of Earthsea – Ursula Le Guin  

Dan Poblocki is an American author of mystery and horror novels for young people. He was born in Providence, Rhode Island. During his pre-teen years, his family moved to Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Dan currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with two scaredy cats. 


Dan graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in theater. Subsequently, he toured the United States playing ultra-challenging roles such as Ichabod Crane in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and the Shoemaker in The Shoemaker and the Elves to packed houses filled with literally thousands of screaming children. (He hopes they weren’t screaming in fear.)



Dan ended his promising acting career to focus on other endeavors. While exploring various artistic options, he held a number of jobs in New York City including: a floral groomer, an audience-wrangler for a popular game show, a computer analyst, a chemotherapy-unit assistant, and a traveling bathing suit sales-dude. 

That’s right. A traveling bathing suit sales-dude.

Dan now writes full time. He's probably working on something new this very minute!

--Giveaway is open to International. | Must be 13+ to Enter

- 7 Winners will receive a Copy of You Can't Hide (Shadow House #2) by Dan Poblocki



2 comments :

  1. I don't have any ghost stories to share that I personally have experienced. I have read ghost stories. I always like the ones where the protagonist sees someone and then they find out that the person in question had died right at that moment far, far away.

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  2. I don't have any that come to mind, sorry!

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