Hi everyone!

We are thrilled to be organizing a Blog & Bookstagram Tour for Mira’s War by Rhiannon D’Averc! This tour will run from October 18 to October 21.

Digital copies will be provided for all hosts.

Content warnings – homelessness, abuse (briefly mentioned), xenophobia, classism, attempted rape (not made explicit), violence, terrorism

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by Rhiannon D’Averc
Releasing on October 1, 2022
GENRE: YA Dystopian


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The EU is dead. The UK is gone. London’s political climate is one of fear, death, and distrust. Into this comes Mira, a young punk with nothing left to lose. 

Intertwining plotlines collide across the city, leaving Mira in charge of a strange boy who doesn’t seem to want to do a thing to save himself. So, why does she feel so compelled to drag him along with her and make sure he doesn’t get caught by the police?

All-out war is about to break loose between the government and a group of rebels callings themselves Pins – and in a world where economic hardship makes every day a dog-eat-dog struggle for survival, everyone is going to lose, especially Mira Helling.

The question is, should she fight for just another day on the streets – or try to take them down with her?

Rhiannon D’Averc is the published author of eleven crime novels in the Serial Investigations series, two spin-off novellas, and a narrative non-fiction title Boy Under Water under her own name. She has alsowr-56bw published short stories in a number of literary publications including Litro, Devolution-Z, and Storgy magazines. She works as a ghostwriter and has more than 80 published works overall. She lives just outside of London in the UK and has spent the past five years as Chief Editor of London Runway, an indie fashion magazine. 


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