The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco | Giveaway

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A few months ago I received an e-Arc of The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco from netgalley in return for an honest review. I was recently contacted by the publisher and asked if I would like to hold a giveaway. If you haven’t already seen the review of the book I did I will link it up here!

The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco

This is the first time I have read a book like this and I have found that it just really wasn’t my thing. I am all about supporting debut authors and getting there work out there and give them the attention they deserve. I really want to be able to give someone this book and hear their thoughts on it! Rin Chupeco had a unique and interesting style of writing and overall had a spine chill inducing feel throughout the whole story that made me only read it with the lights on!

Japanese Legend That Inspired The Ring Is Retold from Murdered Spirit’s Perspective in Debut Horror Thriller

The Girl from The Well ● Author: Rin Chupeco

Sourcebooks Fire ● August 5, 2014 ● ISBN: 9781402292187

Hardcover/$16.99 U.S. ● Ages 14+


Praise for The Girl From the Well:

“[A] Stephen King–like horror story…A chilling, bloody ghost story that resonates.” –Kirkus Reviews

“Chupeco makes a powerful debut with this unsettling ghost story…told in a marvelously disjointed fashion from Okiku’s numbers-obsessed point of view, this story unfolds with creepy imagery and an intimate appreciation for Japanese horror, myth, and legend.” –Publishers Weekly, STARRED

“The Girl from the Well is part The Ring, part The Grudge and part The Exorcist…A fantastically creepy story sure to keep readers up at night… Okiku is one of the most interesting YA characters to date.” RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ STARS-TOP PICK!

“A dark novel that will appeal to horror fans, lovers of Elizabeth Scott’s ‘Living Dead Girl.’” –School Library Journal

The Ring meets The Exorcist in this haunting and lyrical reimagining of the Japanese fable.

Okiku has wandered the world for hundreds of years, setting free the spirits of murdered children. Wherever there’s a monster hurting a child, her spirit is there to deliver punishment. Such is her existence, until the day she discovers a troubled American teenager named Tark and the dangerous demon that writhes beneath his skin, trapped by a series of intricate tattoos. Tark needs to be freed, but there is one problem—if the demon dies, so does its host.

With the vigilante spirit Okiku as his guide, Tark is drawn deep into a dark world of sinister doll rituals and Shinto exorcisms that will take him far from American suburbia to the remote valleys and shrines of Japan. Can Okiku protect him from the demon within or will her presence bring more harm? The answer lies in the depths of a long-forgotten well

Rin Chupeco: Despite uncanny resemblances to Japanese revenants, Rin Chupeco has always maintained her sense of humor. Raised in Manila, Philippines, she keeps four pets: a dog, two birds, and a husband. She’s been a technical writer and travel blogger, but now makes things up for a living. The Girl from the Well is her debut novel. Connect with Rin at


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♠ Must live in the US
♠ Must be 13+ with guardian permission or over 18 years of age
♠ Must be willing to give me your mailing address
♠ Must actually complete the items in the Rafflecopter or your submissions will be disqualified.

The giveaway will run from July 31st until August 14th !

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Thanks sourcebooks for providing the copy of the book for the giveaway! 


One thought on “The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco | Giveaway

  1. Pingback: The Girl from the Well Debuts, plus Giveaways! (also: Book Trailers are Awesome Things) | Rin Chupeco

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