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Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Amanda J. Clay’s REBEL SONG Blog Tour July 3 – 28!

Rebel Song

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Author: Amanda J. Clay
Publisher: Independent
Pages: 370
Genre: YA

Caught on opposite sides of a budding civil war, a rebel leader and a modern day princess fight to save their country from a corrupt Minister General in a fictional Central Europe.

The once prosperous European nation of Arelanda has been plagued with poverty and corruption since the failed rebellion tore it apart. Now, rebels stir again in the capital’s underbelly, vowing to depose the monarchy and overturn the unjust government.

Seventeen-year-old Rogan Elwood, son of a rebel leader executed for treason after the first rebellion, has borne a tainted legacy his entire life. As he is pulled deeper into conflict, Rogan must face his calling in the future of the rebel cause—waging his want for peace against his desire for vengeance. Everything changes when he falls for Elyra—modern, idealistic and determined to bring Arelanda a better future. She also just happens to be next in line to the throne—if the corrupt Minister General doesn’t beat her to it.

Caught in the midst of a budding civil war and surrounded by enemies on every side, Elyra and Rogan must fight to save themselves and their country.


“I loved this book… I thought it was gripping, exciting and thoroughly enjoyable. The romance was wonderfully played out and I loved the sparks that flew between the two characters. I thought the world building held just enough mystery without becoming confusing. For most of the book I felt like I was in a standard fantasy setting yet here and there, guns and antiseptic were in use. However this didn’t feel out of place, just rare and for those with money.

I loved the fast pace of the book and the way it questioned the rightness of the rebellion. I thought the conflicts were well placed and the violence just at the right pitch. I started reading in my tea break and read all the way through lunch. I then risked motion sickness and read on the bus home, I was that into finishing it. Unfortunately I now have to wait for the sequel.

I would recommend this book to anyone who wants dystopian romance with well-drawn characters.”


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Meet the Author

Amanda Clay

Amanda J. Clay is a writing YA and Adult fiction from Dallas, TX. A Northern California native, she had a fantastic time studying English and Journalism at Chico State University and then a very serious time slaving away for a Master’s degree in Communications from California State University, Fullerton. When she’s not staring at a computer screen, she spends most of her spare time on some new fitness addiction and plotting world adventures.

Her latest book is the young adult novel, Rebel Song.




Participating Blogs

Monday, July 3

Guest Blogging at Dear Reader, Love Author

Wednesday, July 5

Book Featured at Mello & June, It’s a Book Thang!

Thursday, July 6

Interview at The Literary Nook

Friday, July 7

Book Featured at Lisa Loves Literature

Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book


Monday, July 10

Book Review at Books, Reviews, ETC.

Tuesday, July 11

Interview at Book Bloggin’ Princess

Wednesday, July 12

Guest Blogging at Mythical Books

Thursday, July 13

Book Featured at CBY Book Club

Friday, July 14

Book Review at Cheryl’s Book Nook


Monday, July 17

Guest Blogging at The Writer’s Life

Tuesday, July 18

Book Featured at Bound 2 Escape

Wednesday, July 19

Book Review at Deal Sharing Aunt

Thursday, July 20

Book Featured at The Bookworm Lodge

Friday, July 21

Guest Blogging at Readaholic


Monday, July 24

Interview at Nuttin’ But Books

Tuesday, July 25

Guest Blogging at Blogging Authors

Wednesday, July 26

Guest Blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner

Thursday, July 27

Book Review at A Room Without Books is Empty

Friday, July 28

Guest Blogging at Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews

Book Review at Ashley’s Bookshelf