Rockstar Book Tours: The Women in the Walls Blog Tour






About the Book:


Author: Amy Lukavics

Pub. Date: September 27, 2016

Publisher: Harlequin Teen

Pages: 496

Formats: Hardcover, eBook

Find it: AmazonBarnes & NobleiBooksGoodreads


Lucy Acosta’s mother died when she was three. Growing up in a Victorian mansion in the middle of the woods with her cold, distant father, she explored the dark hallways of the estate with her cousin, Margaret. They’re inseparable—a family.

When her aunt Penelope, the only mother she’s ever known, tragically disappears while walking in the woods surrounding their estate, Lucy finds herself devastated and alone. Margaret has been spending a lot of time in the attic. She claims she can hear her dead mother’s voice whispering from the walls. Emotionally shut out by her father, Lucy watches helplessly as her cousin’s sanity slowly unravels. But when she begins hearing voices herself, Lucy finds herself confronting an ancient and deadly legacy that has marked the women in her family for generations.


After Margaret chugs the wine, she sets the glass down and goes back to her roast beef. “The truth is that I’ve been thinking a whole lot about my mom,” she says. “And it’s stuff I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t want to hear. That’s why I’m not talking to you.”

“What do you mean, stuff I wouldn’t want to hear?”

“Well,” Margaret says. “You act as if she just vanished into thin air, instead of dying painfully, scared and alone.”

Her comment is like a slap to the face, especially after all of the torture my mind has been putting itself through over this very topic. “How do you know she died painfully?” I ask, my voice nearly a whisper. Why would she say that?

Margaret does something startling then: she smiles, an unsettling and icy smirk that, for a brief moment, makes me feel as though I am looking into the face of madness.

Suddenly my head feels light.

“Let’s just say I have my ways,” she says after the pause. She wipes her mouth with a napkin and stands, smoothing the back of her satin pajama pants before facing me. “I’m going to bed, now. Maybe we can…hang out tomorrow, or something.”

She hasn’t suggested such a thing in days. I might be happy about the idea if it weren’t for the dreadful pit growing heavy in my stomach. Underneath the table, my feet are tucked nervously against one another. My chest tightens at the sight of her still-present smirk.

“Sure,” I say quietly, desperate for the conversation to end. “Whatever you say, Margaret.”

“Cool.” She gives the top of my head a rough kiss before heading out toward the staircase. “Go to sleep, Lucy. And stop thinking about what happened to my mother. One way or another, death is painful for us all.”


About Amy:


Ever since she was little, Amy was especially intrigued by horror books and movies. Raised in a small mountain town in Arizona, she sustained herself on a steady diet of Goosebumps, Fear Street, and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books before discovering Stephen King in her mother’s bookshelf.

Amy lives with her husband, their two precious squidlings, and an old gentleman cat by the name of Frodo. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys cooking, crafting, and playing games across many platforms.

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Giveaway Details:

 3 winners will receive a finished copy of THE WOMEN IN THE WALLS, US Only.

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Tour Schedule:

Week One:

9/19/2016- The Cover Contessa Interview

9/20/2016- Emily Reads Everything Review

9/21/2016- Curling Up With A Good Book– Guest Post

9/22/2016- RhiReading– Excerpt

9/23/2016- A Gingerly Review– Excerpt


Week Two:

9/26/2016- Ohana Reads– Review

9/27/2016- Bibliobibuli YA– Guest Post

9/28/2016- Smada’s Book Smack– Review

9/29/2016- A Dream Within A Dream– Interview

9/30/2016- BookCrushin– Review





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