SciFiChick.com has reviewed The Host
Also, check out CosmoGirl’s Review!
Stephenie Meyer updates her site:
“Check out TheHostNovel.com. It is a cool website made by Hachette Book Group (the publishing company) that is all about The Host. It has a book trailer video, banners to add to your sites and blogs, and links to their forum and a Q & A with Stephenie. The wait is almost over — only 12 more days!”
BlogCritics.org has a review for The Host. Yes it’s safe to read – No spoilers. Here is an excert:
The Host is a complex story. Not only is there a very complicated love triangle, but there is also the issue of violence in our society and how it could lead to our downfall. Stephenie Meyer makes the world the aliens created more desirable than the one we currently inhabit. The story ends on a note of hope. It is an emotional ride from beginning to end – all 631 pages. Any science fiction fan will enjoy this story, but Stephenie Meyer may have done for science fiction what she did for fantasy when she wrote Twilight. The Host is set in enough of a realistic setting that even people who aren’t sci-fi fans will enjoy this story. You’ll want to put this one in your to-be-read-again pile.
Seth updated Stephenie Meyers website with a message from Stephenie’s publicist:
“We’ll be announcing Stephenie’s tour schedule for The Host during the week of March 10th. The tour will kick-off on May 6th, the publication date for The Host, and will run through the month of May. Stephenie will be visiting Minneapolis, Kansas City, Houston, Dallas, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Los Angeles and San Diego. All events will be ticketed and we will post the complete tour schedule, including how to obtain tickets, the week of March 10th. Please note, Stephenie will not be doing a large tour for Breaking Dawn, so if she is in your city for The Host you should take this opportunity to see her now!”
Today Stephenie put up a new post on her myspace blog. She mentions good advice on how to get published and that she has no new info about the movie yet. She also says she got permission from her publisher to post the first chapter of The Host on Valentines Day!