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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Blog Tour- Impostor by Susanne Winnacker and a Giveaway!

Hey y’all! I have Susanne Winnacker, author of IMPOSTOR on the blog today! I'm really looking forward to reading this one and I think you will too after reading these quotes! Susanne has a top ten post with her favorite quotes from IMPOSTOR and check below there’s a giveaway make sure to enter to win a copy!

Wow, it wasn’t easy to find quotes that weren’t too spoilery, and then it was even harder to narrow down the quotes to only ten. I hope I did a good job!

1. I coaxed the memory of a little girl I’d bumped in the mall. I pictured her delicate features, her narrow shoulders, her slender limbs. I imagined looking through her eyes, inhabiting her body. Immediately, the familiar rippling sensation started in my toes and crept up my calves.

- I love this because it’s the first time we get a glimpse at Tessa’s talent

2. “Morphing into a little girl—that’s quite a party trick, Tessa.”

- Just love the teasing quality of this!

3. Average human—only Major was able to make it sound like an insult. He looked at me like I was precious, his most prized possession. His trophy Variant. 

- Well, it’s a good quote to get a taste of Tessa’s relationship with her “boss” Major.

4. Major leaned back in his chair, his face businesslike. “You’ll get a few minutes alone with the victim so your body can gather her data.”
He made it sound all clinical and easy, but it wasn’t.

- Another good example. (Sorry! It’s so hard to say why I exactly I love certain quotes!)

5. And now I was supposed to pose as someone else’s daughter, become a part of a normal family, which was the last thing I knew how to pretend.

- This is a very important quote, because it hints at Tessa’s past.

6. Soon, I’d be able to copy her perfectly despite the fact that I didn’t yet know anything about her—not about her worries, her fears, or her dreams. I’d be nothing but a hollow imitation of the girl she used to be.

- Good example of Tessa’s worries about the mission.

7. “You always do that, you know,” Alec said.
I swallowed a gummy bear. “Do what?”
“Bite their heads off first.”
I shrugged. “It’s the nice thing to do. If you could choose, would you rather be eaten alive starting at your feet or would you want it to be over quickly?”
“Well, if it was up to me, I’d rather not be eaten at all.”

- Okay, what can I say? Playful banter between Alec and Tessa? Enough said.

8. Alec always said his Variation helped him cheat death but the FEA helped him survive.

- In this scene we learn more about Alec’s past!

9. A horrible thought crashed into my mind. Had I changed back to my own body by accident? But no, it couldn’t be. Devon didn’t look freaked out enough for that. If he’d seen his sister shape-shift into a stranger, his face would have shown something much greater than puzzlement.

- Just love the scene surrounding this quote!

10. What had been a comfortable silence, now felt like the moment when the birds go quiet in the forest and you know something terrible is stalking you.

- I always liked this quote. Not sure why, I just do!

These are great thanks so much for stopping by Susanne!

Need more? Here’s some info about IMPOSTOR!

Can Tessa pose as Madison . . . and stop a killer before it’s too late? 

Tessa is a Variant, able to absorb the DNA of anyone she touches and mimic their appearance. Shunned by her family, she’s spent the last two years training with the Forces with Extraordinary Abilities, a secret branch of the FBI. When a serial killer rocks a small town in Oregon, Tessa is given a mission: she must impersonate Madison, a local teen, to find the killer before he strikes again.

Tessa hates everything about being an impostor—the stress, the danger, the deceit—but loves playing the role of a normal girl. As Madison, she finds friends, romance, and the kind of loving family she’d do anything to keep. Amid action, suspense, and a ticking clock, this super-human comes to a very human conclusion: even a girl who can look like anyone struggles the most with being herself.

About Susanne:
Susanne Winnacker studied law before she became a full-time writer. She lives with her husband, a dog that looks like a sheep and three bunnies that have destroyed every piece of furniture she's ever owned in Germany. She loves coffee (in every shape and form), traveling and animals. When she isn't writing, you can usually find her in the kitchen, experimenting with new vegan dishes.

You can find her on Twitter and on facebook.

Check out the rest of the tour schedule here

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  1. I don't think I'd like to imposter anyone. I am a horrible actress and would undoutably end up blowing my cover.

  2. Ooohhh I think I would be my boss or co-workers imposter! That way I can play tons of tricks and pranks on them! :D
    Mary G Loki

  3. Great interview. I was intrigued the first time I saw this blurb, and I'm looking forward to the read. Love this:

    What had been a comfortable silence, now felt like the moment when the birds go quiet in the forest and you know something terrible is stalking you.


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