Monday, October 7, 2013

MMGM -- BLOG TOUR, Huber Hill and the Golden Staff of Cibola


Huber Hill and the Golden Staff of Cibola
by B.K. Bostick

Today, I am super excited to be a part of B.K. Bostick's most recent blog tour. If you're wondering about the first two books in this series, I've previously shared them both on my blog: Huber Hill and the Dead Man's Treasure HERE and Huber Hill and the Brotherhood of the Coronado HERE

Cíbola, the city of gold, is just a myth—or is it? As Huber and his friends search for a magical golden staff, they must believe in the legends and follow the clues that will lead them to this fabled city. But with a madman and a deadly secret society right on their trail, it quickly becomes a race for their lives! Huber’s final installment will keep any adventurer captivated. 

All three of these books are fast-paced adventures, full of awesome characters, complex mystery, and the always fun quest for treasure.  Each time I read one, I'm convinced it's my new favorite, but now, as I think on the series as whole, I can't choose just one. I truly love them all.

These are perfect MG stories, sure to please all lovers of mystery and adventure. They are the perfect balance of friendship, good guys/bad guys, exotic locations, mysterious clues, and of course, TREASURE. I highly recommend!

B.K. Bostick, author of Huber Hill and the Brotherhood of Coronado and the best selling book, Huber Hill and the Dead Man's Treasure, resides among the magnificent Rocky Mountains. In addition to writing, he has spent his career in education. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Utah and his Masters in Psychology from Utah State University. He has worked as a teacher, after school program coordinator, teacher mentor, and currently as a counselor for the Open High School of Utah. He loves spending time with his lovely wife, son and two dogs. In his spare time, he enjoys eating cheetos and watching old episodes of the Twilight Zone.


Old Kitty said...

Hi BK, Hi Shannon! It does sound like a most fun and thrilling trilogy!! yay! Take care

Natalie Aguirre said...

This sounds like a great series. Thanks for sharing about it. And glad you're blogging more. It's so great seeing you around.

Barbara Watson said...

Cibola! I first heard about the city in THE KING'S FIFTH, a book I adore, by the way. This series sounds great!

Joanne R. Fritz said...

You always find the coolest books, Shannon. Fast-paced boy books are great and if there's treasure-seeking involved, that's even better!

Anonymous said...

Hi, Shannon. Thanks for sharing about these books. Best wishes to B.K.

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