Rogue Blog Tour

Pan Macmillan Australia, together with the #AusYABloggers are celebrating the release of Rogue by Australian author A.J.Betts. On tour, you will find bloggers, reviewers and Instagrammers from Australia sharing their thoughts on Rogue, beginning on July 1st until July 5th 2019.
Tour Schedule

Monday 1 July
Aka Bookblogger
Hungry Thesaurus
Things Lucy Reads
Novel Tea Corner
The Bibliosmaniac

Tuesday 2 July
Bookish Bron
Dani and The Books
Lost in Literature
The Secret World of a Book Blog
Bookish Universee

Wednesday 3 July
Inside a Dog
Seventy Eight Sundays
Gilly Reads
Pretty Nerdy 3
Jessie Hulks Books

Thursday 4 July
Elysian Words
Bookish Intoxication
Kitster Cronk
Shelle Reads Books
The Rest Is Still Unwritten

Friday 5 July
Shannon A Jade Books
Reading Sumpton
Days of lost reading 89
Clare Snow
Sarah Says

About the book
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Rogue (Hive #2) by A.J. Betts
Published by Pan Macmillan
ISBN 9781760556440
Published June 25th 2019
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RRP $16.99
There was no going back; there was no choice, anymore. I'd chosen out and this was it: hot-cold, dry-wet, bright-dark and lonely.

Hayley has gone rogue.

She's left everything she's ever known - her friends, her bees, her whole world - because her curiosity was too big to fit within the walls of her underwater home.

But what is this new world she's come to? Has Hayley finally found somewhere she can belong?

Or will she have to keep running?

The thrilling conclusion to Hive from award-winning, internationally bestselling author A. J. Betts


"A striking dystopian world: Hive carves out a niche through intriguing and original world-building [with] enough imaginative vitamin to tease readers into anticipating the second and final volume in the series." Sydney Morning Herald

Shortlisted for the Australian Book Industry Awards 2019
Shortlisted for the Indie Book Awards 2019
Children's Book Council of Australia Notable Book 2019
About the author
A. J. Betts is an Australian author, speaker, teacher and cyclist, and has a PhD on the topic of wonder, in life and in reading. She has written five novels for young adults. Her third novel, Zac & Mia, won the 2012 Text Prize, the 2014 SCBWI Crystal Kite Award, and the 2014 Ethel Turner prize for young adults at the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards, was shortlisted for the 2014 Queensland Literary Award, and is available in 14 countries. It was adapted for American television by AwesomenessTV, and will soon be available globally. Her fourth novel, Hive, was shortlisted for the 2019 Indie Book Awards and is a notable book in the Children's Book Council of Australia awards. A. J. is originally from Queensland but has lived in Fremantle since 2004.

Find Anna via Goodreads  Twitter  and  Instagram

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