Tuesday, June 11, 2013

RUSH release day!

Yay! It's launch day for RUSH!





Which means all sorts of feels.





There's happiness...




...a wild case of nerves...




...excitement...




...and hope...




...that readers will be all...




...and not all...





So here's a little teaser from RUSH to...tease you :-)


The terror that grabbed me outside digs deeper, grows bigger, and I feel like it’s going to burst outward like a bomb.

Richelle’s beside me. Shoulder to shoulder, we edge toward the door.

“Close your eyes,” Jackson barks.

Confused, I freeze.

There’s a flash of light, blindingly bright. I blink, wishing I had done as Jackson said as colored haloes obscure my vision. They dance and flicker and then disappear, leaving only a rectangle of light boxed in by the dark doorframe.

I see then that the door’s gone and in front of me are people. No…they aren’t people. They have limbs, hair, faces, but they aren’t human. After the first glance, they don’t look even remotely human. They’re pure, painful white, so bright they throw off a glare. They look like they’ve been dipped in glass, smooth and polished, but fluid. And their eyes…they’re a silvery color, like the mercury in the antique thermometer that my mom used to have at the side of the front porch.

When I was ten, I knocked that thermometer off with my wooden kendo sword, shattering the glass. The little blobs of mercury went all over the porch. I was a kid. I didn’t know better. I touched them, prodding the little balls until they joined the bigger blob. My mom swooped down on me and snatched me away, telling me it was poison. It could kill me.

I stare at the things in front of me: the Drau. I can’t look away.

Somewhere in the back of my mind, I remember Jackson talking about Medusa. Don’t look at their eyes.

Their mercury eyes.

They’re poison.

They will kill me.


And a little something for your viewing pleasure:





What other authors are saying about RUSH:

"Smart and original, Rush is an action-packed ride with plenty of heart."
—Kelley Armstrong, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"RUSH is an intense, pulse-pounding thrill-ride with a strong heroine, cute boys, and scary monsters—you need to read this book!"
—Morgan Rhodes, New York Times bestselling author
"[RUSH] is a thrill ride of a read with hot guys, aliens, and LOTS of action. Perfect for gamers AND romantics."
—Amy Christine Parker, author of Gated

What the critics are saying about RUSH:
"The battle scenes are visceral and taut. The intricate, multilayered plot is inventive…Mind candy for those teen readers who love the thrill of the game."
Kirkus Reviews
"…a fast-paced story…Silver expertly intertwines Miki’s real life and missions, providing an exciting contrast as things get increasingly complicated…the payoff—as Silver reveals the true extent of the premise and its implications—is worth it. The result is a science fiction adventure that’ll leave fans demanding the next installment. —Publishers Weekly
"Whether teens read this for the romance or the science fiction, they’ll finish eager for the second installment of the Game series."
—Erin Downey Howerton, Booklist
"...the addictive plot, fresh setting and amazing characters create a novel you’ll stay up late to finish."
RT BOOKreviews
"Highly Recommended."
CM Magazine



RUSH is out today!


You can find it at:



Eve Silver lives with her gamer husband and sons, sometimes in Canada, but often in worlds she dreams up. She loves kayaking and sunshine, dogs and desserts, and books, lots and lots of books. RUSH, the first book in Eve’s new teen series, is available now from Katherine Tegen Books/HarperCollins. She also writes books for adults. Visit Eve online at www.EveSilver.net.

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