Sunday, December 9, 2012

Any Other NIght Virtual Book Tour and Review

Thank you for stopping at my spot on Any Other Night. This Virtual Book Tour is brought to you by Reading Addiction Blog Tour. I will provide you with a synopsis of the book, review, and a small bio fromAnne Pfeffer. Visit the other blogs on this Book Tour to learn more about this book.


YA Contemporary
Title: Any Other Night
Author: Anne Pfeffer
Date Published: 10/2011
Any other night, Ryan Mills would have driven his best friend, Michael, to Emily's sweet sixteen party at the Breakers Club. Instead, determined to win over the birthday girl, he goes to the party early and alone, setting off a chain of events that ends with a car accident in which Michael dies.

Ryan blames himself for what happened to Michael. As far as he's concerned, he doesn't deserve to have love or ever be happy again. Then he learns Michael left a secret behind. Ryan feels compelled to take on his friend's unfinished business, and in the process, changes his life forever and becomes a man.

This book was published in October 2011 under the title Loving Emily. In May 2012, it was reissued with its content unchanged as Any Other Night. The book was named a Finalist in the 2012 Indie Reader Discovery Awards competition.

A NOTE ABOUT CONTENT: in this book, some characters use profanity, engage in nonexplicit sexual activity, or take illegal drugs. 

Author Bio:
Anne Pfeffer is the author of Any Other Night and The Wedding Cake Girl.  She lives in Los Angeles, CA.

Contact Links
Twitter @AnnePfeffer1

I really liked the story and it is something that I think a lot of high school kids should think about or really anyone. That you should not let friends who are under the influence of any type drive.  Anne Pfeffer did a great job of making the characters believable and to  write about something everyone can relate to.

Ryan and Michael were going to a birthday party for a girl from school Emily, that Ryan really liked.  He wanted to get to her party early so that he could talk to her.  Normally Ryan and Michael would have drove together but this time Ryan wanted to go alone.  When he arrived at the party he didn't right away have a chance to talk with Emily.  Michael showed up with another friend Chase who was bad news.  They had been drinking and doing drugs and caused a scene. Ryan was trying to get Michael to go but wanted to say good bye to Emily.  He left Michael for a short time and when he returned Michael was gone. Ryan checked with the valets to see if they had given Michael his keys and they had.  Ryan traveled the route Michael would have and didn't see his car so he thought he had made it home safely.

The next day Michael didn't answer his phone and Ryan got a very weird feeling.  He found out Ryan was in an accident and did not make it.  Ryan blamed himself, he should have taken him home.  He knew he was in no condition to drive.  How does Ryan handle the lose? Does he continue to blame himself? What happens with Emily? You will need to read Any Other Night to find out how Ryan handles his friends death.  It was a very good story and really makes you think.  I think anyone from 16 + would like this story.

Stop at some of the other spots on the Virtual Book Tour to hear more about Any Other Night.

November 16 - Paranormal Wastelands - Review
November 17 - Reading With ABC - Review
November 18 - Tumbling in Books - Review
November 20 - Read-A-Holicz - Review/Interview
November 22 - The Cozy Dragon - Review
November 25 - Moosubi Reviews - Review/Interview
November 26 - Just Books and Books - Review
November 26 - Addicted to YA Books - Review
November 26 - Wonderland Reviews - Review/Interview
November 26 - The Reviewing Shelf - Review
November 27 - Book Nerd - Review
November 27 - Bound By Words - Review
November 27 - Pretty in Fiction - Review/Interview
November 29 - Willing to See Less- Review/
November 30 - Bookishly Devoted - Review
December 1 - In Wonderland - Review
December 2 - The Adventures Within - Review/Interview
December 4 - My Cozie Corner - Review/
December 6 - Books Down My Pillow - Review
December 8 - Reading Under the Stars - Review/Interview
December 9 -Kaisy Daisy's Blog - Review
December 10 - Always YA at Heart - Review
December 11 - Sweet Southern Home - Review
December 12 - Memories Over Taking Me - Review
December 13 - Pink Fluffy Hearts - Review/Interview 

I received a Copy of this book from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for the review, and the review is honest and my responsibility.     

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