What would you do if your child was abducted, brutalized and left for dead?
This book really packs a punch, too. It’s told primarily from the point-of-view of determined mother Everest, a woman who’s been through too much already. When her teenage daughter Mo is attacked, she’s ready to take matters into her own hands to ensure Mo is the rapist’s final victim.
My jaw really did drop open when I read the final lines. That ending is a doozie!
Now, Ms. Marks is giving me another opportunity — a chance to share this book with ten friends or followers. I have ten iTunes codes for a free download of CounterPunch. That means the winners will have to have an iTunes account. We’re also asking that, once you read it, you share your honest opinion of the book by adding your rating and review to the book’s iTunes page, or on Amazon, Goodreads, or your own blog.
It’s really easy to enter.
1. Leave a comment on this post telling me why you would like to read CounterPunch.
2. Go to Twitter, follow me, and retweet the following post (requires a free Twitter account):
3. Follow me on Twitter and tweet the link to this blog post and giveaway.
That’s it. Three ways to enter and win. Limit 3 entries per person. I’ll pick ten winners at random on Saturday, April 27, sometime after 7:00 a.m. central time. Make sure you leave your email address when you fill out the form to comment here. If you’re following me on Twitter, I’ll contact winners by private message.