Sue Duff - Masks and Mirrors (Book Two: The Weir Chronicles)
Ian Black’s commitment to safeguarding Earth has come at a price. His career as an illusionist is at a standstill and attending to the planet’s needs has distanced him from his best friend, his guardians, and the woman he loves. When presented with an opportunity to perform, Ian seizes the chance. But moments before he takes the stage, Ian encounters the mysterious Jaered and a rebel force fighting to protect Earth alongside the Weir.
Jaered is determined to stop a malevolent Weir from releasing a drug capable of wiping out the last vestiges of their race and plunging Earth into self-destruction. But when Jaered is willing to sacrifice an innocent child to obtain the drug for himself, Ian risks everything to uncover the secrets of the rebel forces and their true intentions for Earth’s survival.
Visit the following Blogs on the Masks and Mirrors Virtual Tour!
Review of Masks and Mirrors from Cassandra G., who says "you won't be disappointed!"
Guest Post Feature at What is that Book About?
Spotlight Feature at Musings from an Addicted Reader
Guest Post Feature at Unleashing Readers
Review of Fade to Black at Every Free Chance Reviews, who says, "You may find yourself NEEDING to read the next book right away! It took me quite a bit of discipline (and sleep deprivation) to go to bed instead of staying up all night to start the second book."
Review of Masks & Mirrors at Therian, who says, "Another stunning read by Sue Duff, this book was as magical and exciting as the first. I was once again sucked into the world of the Weir as the fight between good and evil only intensified."
#UnderTheRadarFriday Feature at Oops! I Read a Book Again
Excerpt Feature of Masks & Mirrors at Bibliophilia, Please!
Review of Masks and Mirrors at Every Free Chance Reviews, who says, "I am Love LOVE LOVING the Weir lore and background. The characters in Masks and Mirrors are solid and well thought out, and the plot is complex enough to keep you interested, but not so convoluted that you can't figure it out. I find it skillful!"
ComicCon Feature at Lavender Reviews