The book trailer for Jessica Shirvington’s Disruption is action-packed and intriguing.
Hypable can exclusively reveal the book trailer for Disruption, the first book in a new science-fiction duology from Embrace author Jessica Shirvington. The trailer features protagonist Maggie as she prepares to take on the Mercer Corporation – a company that control the world through their pheromone technology.
Hypable book review: Disruption by Jessica Shirvington (spoiler free)
Jessica Shirvington recently appeared on Hypable’s Book Hype podcast to discuss Disruption, her Embrace series, and share her perspective as a bestselling young adult author. During the discussion, Shirvington revealed the title of the Disruption sequel, due later this year.
The full Disruption introduction was previewed on Hypable earlier this year, along with the cover image. Last year we revealed the synopsis, and spoke to Shirvington about her inspiration for this new series.
Jessica Shirvington is the author of the Embrace series (alternately called the Violet Eden Chapters), and standalone novel Between the Lives. Between the Lives will be published in the United States as One Past Midnight on July 22, 2014. Empower, the final novel in the Embrace Series, was released in Australia in 2013. This final book will be released in the United States later this year.
Disruption by Jessica Shirvington will be released on March 24 in Australia (US release TBC).
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