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Friday, 9 December 2016

☀☄ Unforgiving: Unforgiving Trilogy [1] - Adnan Ališić

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Unforgiving, a Contemporary Young Adult novel by (, AA Publishing, 578 pages).

This is the first book in the Unforgiving Trilogy series.

Don't miss our interview with author Adnan Ališić.

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and the Kindle Cloud Reader Preview below.

Author Adnan Ališić will be awarding an ebook copy of Unforgiving + $25 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.   Please do take part: comment on our post and follow the tour where you will be able to read other excerpts (☀), interviews (ℚ), reviews (✍) and guest blog posts (✉).


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Synopsis

12 years after surviving horrific massacre, 15-year- old Meho commits ruthless murders and sets in motion the event which could change the world order.

The murders are followed by the trial of the century, where media vilifies Meho as a psychopath, mass murderer, and a monster — all under the influence of FBI, who are trying to conceal the identity of the victims and protect the National Security.

The only person who believes that Meho is innocent is his 10-year-old brother Bucky, who will turn heavens and earth to free Meho. After learning the truth, Bucky is devastated, but not all things are as they seem, and the truth will be revealed at the very end.


Teaser: Exclusive Excerpt


     Bucky catapulted into the conference room, a big stack of papers in his chop-sticks arms.
     “Okay,” he said tossing the paperwork on the big table. “Jury selection is the most important part of the trial, and we need to do a good job in selecting our jury. I have nine murder cases where the defendant was freed because only one juror voted not guilty. So that’s all we need. We only need one juror to say Meho’s not guilty.”
     Dave lowered the document he was reading and glanced at Bucky. “Really?”
     “Yes. I swear. It’s all there. You wanna read?”
     Black stopped his reading and amusingly observed him. “Thank you Bucky. That’s really helpful.”
     “Okay, so here’s the plan. We find one juror, talk to him or her, and tell them that Meho’s a good boy so they’ll vote not guilty. When’re we gonna know our jury? I’ll go and talk to them.”
     “Brandon,” Dave said.” If you —”
     “Hey Dad,” Bucky leaned in, lowering his voice. “If those people are poor, we can give them some money.”
     “Brandon, if you did your homework, you’d learn that any contact with the jury is strictly prohibited.”
     “Why?”
     “Because those are the rules.”
     “What about prosecutor and stupid FBI? How do we know they’re not gonna talk to them and say Meho’s evil and tell them to vote for guilty?”
     “They’re not gonna do that because they have to follow the same rules.”
     “But how do we know they’re following the rules?”
     “We’ll have to take their word for it.”
     “Their word? They’re all liars. They said Meho killed those people but it’s all a lie. I know. FBI killed them and now they wanna blame Meho.”
     “Brandon, they have evidence —”
     “And it’s all a lie. I know. Meho would never kill nobody. He doesn’t even wanna kill a spider. He doesn’t wanna step on an ant. I know him.”
     “Okay Brandon,” Dave said. “Since you know him the best, why don’t you go and research everything you can about his past. It’s a very important job, and it’s gonna take a few days to find everything, but take your time.”
     Bucky puffed up his chest. “Okay, I’ll go up to my room and start working on it right away.”

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About the Author

After witnessing and surviving the most horrific war atrocities of the 21st century, Adnan Alisić escaped from Bosnia and came to Phoenix, Arizona where he became a successful businessman.

Entangled in a gambling addiction, he was forced to execute this sensational casino heist. Arizona Dream, his true crime bestseller, recounts his experience during the Bosnian war as well as his involvement in planning, organising, and executing the casino heist, which the media portrayed as a real-life blockbuster movie Ocean's Eleven.

He can be reached at Alisic.adnan6@gmail.com

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