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Booktour: Travel Glass – Chess Desalls + win win 

Een tijdje geleden kreeg ik de uitnodiging om mee te doen met de boektour rondom het boek ‘travel glass’. Omdat ik momenteel bezig ben in het verhaal dus leek het me natuurlijk erg leuk om mee te doen. Ik had nog nooit meegedaan met een Amerikaanse/Engelse boektour dus was ook erg verast toen ik deze opmaak opgestuurd kreeg voor dit bericht. Maar vind het zelf wel mooi, dus ik gebruik hem gewoon 🙂

Titel: Travel Glasses
Serie: The Call to Search Everywhen
schrijver: Chess Desalls
Waar gaat het verhaal over? :
Calla Winston’s mobile devices sit in a corner of her room, covered in dust. Weeks ago, she shared photos and laughs with her best online friend. Now, after having felt the sting of betrayal, she prefers being hidden and friendless. She equates privacy with security and technology with pain.
Then she meets Valcas, an otherworldly time traveler who traverses time and space with a pair of altered sunglasses. When an ethereal being knocks Calla to the ground near her family’s lakeside cottage, Valcas uses the Travel Glasses to help her escape. He offers his further protection in exchange for a promise. Intrigued by Valcas and the possibility of time travel, Calla accepts. That is until she learns that his search for her was no mere coincidence.

En in kader van de boektour mag ik met jullie een kort stukje delen uit het verhaal:

When our food came, Valcas ate slowly and deliberately, mostly facing the lake. I caught him looking around behind himself several times—back in the direction of the dock. 

Since Valcas remained quiet, I decided to try out Uncle Al’s advice. “Thanks for taking me out tonight. We had an odd introduction earlier today, don’t you think?” 

Valcas looked at me. His lips tugged into a slight frown. Even with his sunglasses blocking his gaze, it was obvious that this was the first time during dinner that he’d really looked at me. 

“Trust me, this is not a date.” 

As he said this I felt a chill from the breeze coming off of the lake. 

“Oh, I see.” I cleared my throat, my cheeks steaming with embarrassment. “So, you did just take pity on me for what happened at the dock?”

“I’ve been searching,” Valcas said. “You’re a runner, right?” 

“What? Searching?” 

“Do you run?” Valcas looked behind him again and then turned to refill my water glass. 

“Well, for exercise, yes.” 


I sat there agape, wondering whether this was really the best effort he could make toward conversation. During the next few moments of uncomfortable silence I kept my mouth tightly pressed shut. So much for Uncle Al’s advice. Suddenly I felt very cold. No doubt we’d shared one of the strangest experiences of my life earlier that day. He could at least fill me in on what he knew. I was the one who’d been knocked to the ground. 

I shivered and cleared my throat. “Earlier at the dock you mentioned being new to the area. Where are you visiting from?” I asked, hopeful that this approach would eventually lead to an explanation. 

Valcas sat there, stony and indifferent. Frustrated, I stood up to leave. Just as I was about to make an excuse for why I had to go home, Valcas yelled. 



Erg spannend vind ik het al! Ben nu zelf ongeveer op een kwart en hoe verder hoe leuker het verhaal word! 
En behalve het feit dat ik dit boek onder de aandacht breng, maken jullie ook nog eens kans op een exemplaar van het boek! Om mee te doen moet je rafflecopter hieronder invullen.

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