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Travels in Elysium Virtual Tour

We are coordinating a visit to the island of Santorini in September. Travels in Elysium is a metaphysical mystery/psychological thriller that is set around an archaeological dig and we are looking for bloggers and book reviewers who would like to come along with us. This virtual tour we are only looking for book reviews. We have print and digital copies of Travels in Elysium for review. Please read on for more details. If you enjoy these genres and topics – Travels in Elysium may be of interest to youTravels in Elysium by William Azuski

  • Literary Fiction
  • Metaphysical Mystery
  • Historical
  • Philosophical/ Visionary
  • Metaphysical fiction
  • Near Death Experiences
  • New Age Elements

There is much more information about Travels in Elysium and William Azuski below the schedule. We are still scheduling more people to review Travels in Elysium. If you’d like to do a review – contact nikki @ nikkileigh.com. We’re also looking for bloggers to share excerpts from Travels in Elysium – short introductions for each excerpt are posted here http://bookpromotionservices.com/2013/10/02/excerpts-travels-in-elysium/

Schedule Travels in Elysium

Tuesday Sept 3 – Carolyn Howard Johnson shares information about Travels in Elysium with William Azuski on her new book review blog – http://thenewbookreview.blogspot.com/2013/09/atlantis-mystery-plays-out-on.html

Wednesday Sept 4 – Share Chapter 1 of Travels in Elysium by William Azuski - http://www.learntosellmorebooks.com/chapter-1-travels-in-elysium/

Friday Sept 6 – Stephen Tremp shares his review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog – http://authorstephentremp.blogspot.com/2013/09/travels-in-elysium-by-uk-author-william.html

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Monday Sept 9 – Angie Mangano shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her website – http://www.angiemangino.com/Travels-in-Elysium.html

Tuesday Sept 10 – Gary Severence shares his review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on his blog – http://gas137a.blogspot.com/2013/09/home-of-blessed-travels-in-elysium-by.html

Wednesday Sept 11 – Pia Bernadino share her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog - http://piabernardino.com/somanybooksheresmine/?p=2230

Thursday Sept 12 –  Diane Ascroft shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog - http://dianneascroft.wordpress.com/2013/09/12/travels-in-elysium-reviewed/

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Wednesday Sept 18 – Charlotte Raines Dixon shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog – www.charlotterainsdixon.com.

Friday Sept 20 – Dr Beth Nolan shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog – www.drbethnolan.wordpress.com

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Monday Sept 23 – Wayne Hurlbert shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on his blog – http://www.blogbusinessworld.blogspot.com

Wednesday Sept 25 – Kimberly Wade share her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski – http://kimberlywade.livejournal.com/66938.html

Thursday Sept 26 – Susan Wingate shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog – http://susanwingate.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/a-review-of-travels-in-elysium-by-william-azuski/

Friday Sept 27 – Lisa shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski - http://lisahaseltonsreviewsandinterviews.blogspot.com/2013/09/review-of-travels-in-elysium-by-william.html

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Friday Oct 4 – Dee Owens shares her review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on her blog – http://bookread-mumswritings.blogspot.com/2013/10/review-travels-in-elysium.html

Tuesday Jan 6 – Luxury Reading shares their review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on their blog – http://luxuryreading.com/travelsinelysium/

 

About Travels in Elysium It was the chance of a lifetime. A dream job in the southern Aegean. Apprentice to the great archaeologist Marcus Huxley, lifting a golden civilisation from the dead… Yet trading rural England for the scarred volcanic island of Santorini, 22-year old Nicholas Pedrosa is about to blunder into an ancient mystery that will threaten his liberty, his life, even his most fundamental concepts of reality. An island that blew apart with the force of 100,000 atomic bombs… A civilisation prised out of the ash, its exquisite frescoes bearing a haunting resemblance to Plato’s lost island paradise, Atlantis… A death that may have been murder… And an archaeologist on a collision course with a brutal police state… As the legend’s tumultuous clash of freedom and tyranny, honour and corruption plays out in the Aegean, Nicholas is forced to confront the possibility that Atlantis is less a physical place on the map than an ingenious metaphysical device engineered by the philosopher himself, one capable of revealing the true nature of reality and the human condition. Can it be understood before it engulfs them all? ‘This extraordinary novel, part murder mystery, part metaphysical thriller, kept me guessing until the very last page. The intellectual duel between the troubled hero and his ruthless mentor is mesmerising. William Azuski’s treatment of the Atlantis legend is completely original and I have rarely read a novel with such a strong sense of place. The bizarre landscapes of Santorini and the daily lives of its people, both ancient and modern, are vividly evoked. Anyone who enjoys the work of Umberto Eco, Orhan Pamuk or Carlos Ruiz Zafón should try this book.’ — Geraldine Harris, author, Egyptologist, and a member of the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford.

Get Your Copy Today – http://www.amazon.com/dp/3952401528

Something to Considersome reviewers rush to grab the book when they see “Mystery / Thriller / Atlantis” and later realize it is challenging fiction in the classical mold.   About William Azuski - William Azuski was born in the United Kingdom, and is of British and Yugoslav descent. Travelling widely through the Mediterranean since childhood, his frequent sojourns in Greece included several months on Santorini in the 1970s, an experience that provided firsthand experience for this exceptional novel’s local setting. Writing as William Miles Johnson, Azuski is also author of the critically-acclaimed The Rose-Tinted Menagerie, an Observer Book of the Year (nonfiction), and Making a Killing, an end of the world satire, both titles recently republished by Iridescent. William Azuski’s Full Bio – http://bookpromotionservices.com/2013/06/20/william-azuski-full-bio/

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