Giveaway and Sneak Peek: Titans by Victoria Scott

Titan Enquirer

Hello, dears! Above is a little snippet from Titan Enquirer, the (fictional, of course) gossip paper found in the upcoming book Titans by Victoria Scott! You all know by now that I am pretty excited for this book, and this makes me extra intrigued! In case you somehow have not heard about this book, your information:

Giveaway and Sneak Peek: Titans by Victoria Scott Titans by Victoria Scott
Published by Scholastic Press on February 23rd 2016
Pages: 320
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From Victoria Scott, author of FIRE & FLOOD, comes a thrilling story of impossible odds.

Ever since the Titans first appeared in her Detroit neighborhood, Astrid Sullivan’s world has revolved around the mechanical horses. She and her best friend have spent countless hours watching them and their jockeys practice on the track. It’s not just the thrill of the race. It’s the engineering of the horses and the way they’re programmed to seem so lifelike. The Titans are everything that fascinates Astrid, and nothing she’ll ever touch.

She hates them a little, too. Her dad lost everything betting on the Titans. And the races are a reminder of the gap between the rich jockeys who can afford the expensive machines to ride, and the working class friends and neighbors of Astrid’s who wager on them.

But when Astrid’s offered a chance to enter an early model Titan in this year’s derby, well, she decides to risk it all. Because for a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, it’s more than a chance at fame or money. Betting on herself is the only way she can see to hang on to everyone in the world she cares about.

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Are you excited for Titans? Did the sneak peek pique your interest?

Posted December 11, 2015 by Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight in Giveaway / 5 Comments


5 responses to “Giveaway and Sneak Peek: Titans by Victoria Scott

  1. Faye Gates

    I can’t wait to read this book. This is how horse racing should always be. It would kind of be like NASCAR. Love the driver, love the race, and it’s way safer. I don’t watch real horse racing anymore, since I’ve seen a horrible “crash” if you want to call it that.

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