Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Blog Tour: NINETY-FIVE PERCENT HUMAN by Suzanna Willams - Playlist + Giveaway


NINETY-NINE PERCENT HUMAN 

Pages: 209ISBN13 9780957466234Publication date: August 31, 2013Published by: Beresford Publishing House Genre: Young-Adult / Sci-Fi/Adventure

Teenager, Joe Kendrick, thinks he has problems. The farm he’s looked after since his father’s suicide is falling and his brother wants to sell it, his girlfriend has dumped him and his normally down-to-earth Nan starts muttering about seeing UFO’s.
 
And all Joe wants is a ‘normal’ life. Then he saves suicidal stranger, Sarah, from drowning.

 What Joe does not know is that Sarah is a human/alien hybrid, sent to test the viability of life on Earth, and, as she’s survived hostile aliens are already planning their attack. 





Playlist



Ninety-five percent Human playlist.

Ninety-five percent Human is YA sci-fi about sixteen year old Joe Kendrick who lives on a struggling hill farm in the Welsh mountains.

Joe thinks he has problems.

His father committed suicide, his mother was
hospitalized for paranoid delusions about aliens and a high-flying med school brother with a gambling addiction.

Not to mention that his girlfriend, Sarah, who he saved from drowning in a river, is a human-alien hybrid sent to test the viability of life on this planet. Now she has survived, aliens are already planning their invasion of Earth.

Now he really has problems.


Hope you enjoy the playlist. --Suzanna x






Songs for Sarah, the alien-human hybrid.

Iris by the Goo Goo Dolls.
And I don't want the world to see me
'Cause I don't think that they'd understand
When everything's meant to be broken
I just want you to know who I am


Survivor by Destiny’s Child.
I'm a survivor
I'm not gon give up


Songs for our hero, Joe, to sing to Sarah.


Home by Phillip Phillips.
Just know you’re not alone
Cause I’m going to make this place your home
Down to Earth by Justin Bieber
So it's up to you and it's up to me
That we meet in the middle on our way back down to Earth

For Joe and his crazy family.


Mad World by Gary Jules.
All around me are familiar faces
Worn out places, worn out faces
Bright and early for the daily races
Going nowhere, going nowhere.

Crazy by Gnarls Barkley
Maybe I'm crazy
Maybe you're crazy
Maybe we're crazy
Probably


Theme music for Ninety-five percent Human TV series. (Hey, I can dream)

Taking Chances by Celine Dion.
Don’t know much about your life
Don't know much about your world but
Don't wanna be alone tonight
On this planet they call Earth
For Jake the alien robot.
Alien I am by Hawkwind.
Squatting in your bodies, microscopic breeding
I sleep in you and eat from within
I am the Alien.


One-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater.
Well I saw the thing coming out of the sky
It had one long horn and one big eye
For aliens everywhere who are leaving their home planet.


The Final Countdown by Europe.
With so many light years to go
And things to be found (to be found)
I'm sure that we'll all miss her so
It's the final countdown.
And finally to get you in the mood for your journey through space.


Arrival to Earth by Steve Jablonsky.
No lyrics to this one just an epic soundtrack.












Suzanna Williams  is a perpetually eighteen year old YA author who lives in the wild, wet, Welsh borderlands surrounded by ruined medieval castles and Celtic mythology where she looks for UFO’s amongst the stars and imagines all the people she meets have dark secrets.

When she is not inventing radical problems for her unsuspecting heroes and plotting their escape, Suzanna is a serial collector of random badly paying jobs and has never found a use for her BSc in Psychology whatsoever.

As a child, Suzanna filled notebook after notebook with stories and her first taste of writing success was a poem published in the local newspaper aged just nine years old. She has written and directed several plays and pantomimes before publishing her debut novel, ShockWaves, in 2012.

Suzanna loves sci-fi action adventures, playing the piano, believes Romeo and Juliet should have talked more and considers sarcasm to be the highest form of wit.

She has a daughter who is a drummer, another daughter who is a driving instructor, a son who is a dancer and a 'nearly' grandson she's dying to meet.







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