Giveaway: Altered by Aubrey Coletti

Recently I reviewed the first in a new YA series, Altered by Aubrey Coletti, and as of today the author is giving you a chance to win a copy!

Here’s the synopsis;

When Toni, Joseph and Charlie arrive at their new boarding school, they are glad to leave their families — and respective problems — behind.

Isolated as boarders, they meet a handsome senior with a personality like iced snake’s blood, teachers with a penchant for physical punishment, and four other outcasts who reveal that their being brought to the Academy wasn’t random at all.

When the arrivals discover that their new school is engaged in “behavior modification” through electric shocks, isolation, restraints, and an ever-evolving set of methods to “fix” them, they declare war on their Academy. During their campaign of sabotage, they fight, hate, scorn, love, and begin to uncover the reasons why they were brought to the school.

But as their war against the school escalates beyond their control, will they become the very things the Academy believes they are: dangerous, delinquent — and mad?

Sounds intriguing doesn’t it? I thoroughly enjoyed it myself, but you can find out more about that with my review. Now onto the giveaway!

Here’s the details;

  • Format: Print (US only) or PDF (international)
  • Open To: International, but the print is only available to US residents, PDF is international.
  • Age Restrictions: 14 and Up (contains a sex scene)
  • Ending Time: *This giveaway has been extended* 19th September, Midnight AEST
  • Response Time: Winner has 72 hours to respond before another winner is drawn.
  • Extras: (Optional) All Bookish Ardour fans & Subscribers receive an extra entry by default. There’s no need to tweet or blog and you don’t have to be a follower to enter.

This giveaway has now ended, thank you to all those who participated, and don’t forget to see what other events are on and coming up!

4 thoughts on “Giveaway: Altered by Aubrey Coletti

    • It’s a fun read! It was good timing too because I was hanging for something with a dystopia vibe, but it’s also good because it’s not full blown classic dystopia, it’s definitely got the psychological aspect of the genre.

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