Tuesday, 4 November 2014

UK/ Aus vs US cover contest / Giveaway - Out of Control by Sarah Alderson

I always love to see the different covers when it comes to US vs UK / Australian editions so it would be awesome to hear your thoughts on OUT OF CONTROL by the wonderfully talented 
YA / NA author Sarah Alderson. 

I read this book back in May so I'd love to give one commenter the opportunity to win a copy to see how fabulous it is.

My review

Out of Control
Out of Control

Author: Sarah Alderson
Series: Standalone
Pages: 320
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Release date: 22nd May 2014
Amazon – TBD

Synopsis: (Goodreads)

When 17 year old Liva witnesses a brutal murder she’s taken into police custody for her own protection. But when the police station is attacked and bullets start flying it becomes clear that Liva is not just a witness, she’s a target.

Together with a car thief called Jay, Liva manages to escape the massacre but now the two of them are alone in New York, trying to outrun and outwit two killers who will stop at nothing to find them.

When you live on the edge, there’s a long way to fall.

For the chance to win a copy, complete the rafflecopter form below - the only mandatory requirement is that you leave a comment on my review of Out of Control, all other options aren't a requirement but it's always great to gain a few extra entries. {please read T&C's}

**What cover do you prefer? AUS/UK or US?**

Sarah AldersonAbout the author: Mila Gray is the pen name for Sarah Alderson, author of Hunting Lila, Losing Lila, The Sound, Fated and Out of Control.

Originally from London she has lived in Bali for the last four years with her husband and daughter.

As well as writing young adult fiction under the name Sarah Alderson and adult fiction under the name Mila Gray, she also writes screenplays.

You can find out more at www.milagray.comand on facebook:www.facebook.com/sarahjalderson


  1. I loved this book! I really like the colors on the original cover, but I think the 2nd one is a better fit, especially for the YA market. I wish it had some splash of color though.

  2. Yes! I always do find the differences in covers intriguing. In this case I would have to say I like the colourful one, the first one in the blog post!

    Check out my post: http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/2014/11/role-models-dead-poets-society-55.html

  3. I think the second one (US edition) fit the story better. (I like books that aren't too bright)


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