Saturday, March 12, 2016

Big Book Giveaway

 
We're giving away a lot of books. One winner will receive eight great reads. Good luck! 
 

 
The winner will be notified by email and has three days to reply. All of our giveaways are international.

88 comments:

  1. Moondance Beach by Susan Donovan; a terrific read and enjoyable story about two people from different worlds who are reunited by fate, on an island with a mermaid legend that is said to grant true love.

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  2. I'm half way through 'The 3rd Woman' by Jonathon Freedland. I won it in one of Goodreads regular contests (thank you Suze for pointing me in G's direction!). While it's a murder mystery, it's set in an America that must keep China happy or lose all, so it's not really what I would have chosen for myself, but I have to say, I'm thoroughly enjoying it.

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  3. Ghost on Black Mountain by Ann Hite. Very evocative book set in the mountains during the Great Depression.

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  4. The Wall by Marlen Haushofer, because its the best book I've read this year and quite possibly ever have and ever will.

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  5. The Stand by Stephen King is a book that I really enjoy and I read it at least once a year :)

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  6. I just finished The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King. You have to love the unexpected, thrills, and some horror to read this book; it's a collection of some of his short stories :)

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  7. Ballads of Suburbia by Stephanie Kuehnert, because it's a bit of a YA/Adult cross-over and it's fantastic. One of my all-time faves and the author is great. PLUS, more people should check it out.

    -Lauren

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  8. I've read some great books lately but one that stood out was The Book of Lost and Found by Lucy Foley. If you love historical fiction with stories that affect to more of one generation, with lots of secrets, war and epic romances, then this one is perfect!

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  9. I've read some great books lately but one that stood out was The Book of Lost and Found by Lucy Foley. If you love historical fiction with stories that affect to more of one generation, with lots of secrets, war and epic romances, then this one is perfect!

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  10. Gone Girl! It's very well written, very exciting and surprising. I loved reading it!
    Marta

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  11. Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things by Jenny Lawson because we need to find fun in everything, even the worst things.

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  12. One Day Soon by A.Meredith Walters i finished it yesterday and i really recommend this book about two homeless people . I loved it .

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  13. you should read the first lass kiss by ali Harris, it's heartbreaking and so well written

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  14. Any Cathy Glass book she's an amazing author she writes about the children she has fostered

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  15. Anything by Karen White! If you like a little mystery then I'd start with her Tradd Street series.

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  16. Laura e james book called follow me, follow you because its a romance story but its also about trying to juggle work life with parenting, its just a realistic story and fabulously written x

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  17. Harlan Coben`s Drop Shot - it`s an intriguing read with various twists to the very end. A good thriller.

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  18. The Memory of Us by Camille Di Maio. It is a Historical Romance taking place in England during WWII A debutante in love with a landscaper who is studying to become a priest. The choices she makes decides her fate. Story told in past and present. I thought about this story for days.

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  19. Dollbaby by Laura L. McNeal because it is just an amazing story set in Louisiana in the 1960's and it talks about racism in the South.

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  20. This is a book I recommend to everyone it excited me so much it's called the five people you meet in heaven basically it's about an old war veteran who tragically dies and five people explain his life to him I won't say any more but it kept me hooked

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  21. You've probably read it, but Persuasion by Jane Austen is one of my all-time favourites :)

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  22. pride and prejudice for the story

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  23. I just read Violet Storm by Anna Soliveres. It was a non-stop thrill ride.

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  24. I just finished Brighton Belle by Sara Sheridan, an historical mystery which was excellent. In the same genre I also loved Remember the Ladies by Gina Mulligan and A Girl Like You by Michelle Cox.

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  25. I still love the harry potter books

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  26. I am currently reading "If we were a Movie" By Kelly Oram. I am enjoying it so much. The characters are so strong they jump off the pages. It is a NA-type focused on college age students and matchmaking. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. I love Since you've been gone by Morgan Matson :)

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  28. A monster calls, I think is a perfect book for everyone C:, one of my faves books <3

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  29. First off thank you for the giveaway. I haven't read any of the ones listed.

    Secondly, I would recommend Me Before You by Jojo Moyes as well as the sequel After You. Every emotional and the type of read where you can't help but fall for the characters. The movie is coming out in June and I'll be sure to watch it opening weekend.

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  30. I recommend Eerie by C.M. McCoy... It's a paranormal story, but it's a unique plot, I have never read something like that and it's such a beautiful book with awesome characters!

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  31. 'The Clan of the Cave Bear' by J.M. Auel great story, well researched and populated with interesting characters. Fictional but written in a way that gives us glimpses into what life may have been like for early modern humans. Set at the end of the last Ice-Age, at a time when Neanderthals and modern humans shared Europe and all its resources, it touches on so many subjects that it makes you hungry to read more. Luckily it is the first book in her 6-book 'Earth's Children' series - I'm just about to finish re-reading the 6th book and am always sad to finish them.

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  32. Gone girl, good story well written

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  33. Please read Eerie by C. M. McCoy. It is a paranormal horror romance book. I love the story.

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  34. The Stand by Stephen King first class as always

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  35. The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova

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  36. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon or Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, because those are my two favourites and a lot of people seems to love it!

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  37. You guys should totally read Killer Instinct by S.E. Green if you havent the ending will blow your mind!

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  38. You should read A discovery of witches by Deborah Harkness.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  39. I have just finished Teesside Blues by John Nicholson - one of 9/10 and I will be getting all of them

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  40. Vanity Fair - I do love the classics xx

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  41. you shold read The girl on the train or Vanishing girls!
    good books
    thanks!!!

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  42. A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole, because it is one of my favorites of the year. It is a YA tearjerker! It was amazing.

    Betul E.

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  43. Throne of glass by sarah j maas because it has an intriguing plot

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  44. Odd Thomas - Dean Koontz. Nobody can describe a situation or place as well as Dean. I love all his books, and this one is definitely one of my favourites.

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  45. If you love history like I do, read Mary Queen of Scotland and the Isles by Margaret George. :)

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  46. I enjoyed reading Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. I am also reading the rest of that series.

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  47. I enjoyed reading Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. I am also reading the rest of that series.

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  48. I'm currently enjoying Shattered Blue book one of the light trilogy, by Lauren bird horowitz, it's a hot fantasy fiction novel about Fae world and magic with poetry, beautiful romance plot. I highly recommend it, she's a badass writer! :)

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  49. I read mostly romance, and found a new author recently. I love this book! The Coincidence of Coconut Cake,by Amy E. Reichert. She has a new book that will be released in July.

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  50. I read mostly romance, and found a new author recently. I love this book! The Coincidence of Coconut Cake,by Amy E. Reichert. She has a new book that will be released in July.

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  51. SOme books I think everyone should read is Plainsong, History of Love, Defending Jacob, The Gravity of Birds, and Cold Mountain. Any book that makes me cry, laugh out loud or think long and heard is what gets me.

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  52. Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. It's historical fiction with so many twists and it's just amazing!

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  53. You guys should read Juliet Marillier Sevenwaters series. It's amazing, it got me into fantasy. It's about Irish folklore. You will go true many emotions, cus through out the series it follows different people in each book that you just get so attached to.

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  54. Read the Secret trilogy by L. Marie Adelaide.
    CL Chin

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  55. "Middlesex", by Jeffrey Eugenides, is one of my ultimate favourite books. It's almost a family saga, in which you already know the ending, and yet the twists and turns never cease to surprise and move you deeply.

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  56. Bricking It by Nick Spalding its hilarious.

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  57. Love, lies and the DA by Rebecca Rohman ... it's a romantic suspense ... it's AMAZING!

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  58. I'm reading The Calling by Rachel Dekker. It's an interesting twist on a post-apocalyptic world....reminds me of the Left Behind series.

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  59. A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole. It's YA and very emotional.

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  60. Cover Her Face by P.D.James. It's a detective novel set in an Elizabethan manor house in an English village. I really liked the setting and I enjoy detective stories of all sorts, so I highly recommend it if you haven't read it already!

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  61. Please read Silent Scream by Angela Marsons. A fantastic, gripping thriller that I read in a day. I simply could not put it down. When I wasn't reading it, I was thinking about it. HIGHLY recommend.

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  62. The Start of Me and You. It's a fantastic read. Focuses on some issues, and the characters are amazing.

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  63. Salt to the sea by Ruta Sepetys. Tradegy of the Wilhelm Gustloff of 1945.

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  64. I don't think i'm in a position to recommend a book because i know you have read lots of books for reviews and
    as book lovers but since you asked i would like you to read some classics. For i believe you read new books for your reviews, which is awesome! But a little journey to the past would not hurt, a classic or two for a breathe of fresh air!

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  65. I loved Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. It's written, in part, as an email trial and I liked that format. Really good read.

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  66. If you want an intense psych thriller that can make you think a lot, then I recommend Method 15/33 by Shannon Kirk. If you want what I call "a brain break", than I recommend Limoncello Yellow by Traci Andrighetti, just for fun.

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  67. you've probably already read it, but The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. I just finished it and I am still blown away by her writing. It is long, but her prose is so magnificent.

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  68. Ferney by James Long is my favourite book of all time. True love never dies

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  69. I recommend Night Circus. It's a historical fiction book with lots of magic and the story is really captivating. I really recommend it if you haven't read it!

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  70. I just read Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye. FANTASTIC!

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  71. The Martian is such an amazing book, love it.

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  72. The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon. It's a fantastic book, thrilling, but not too scary.

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  73. The life I left behind sound as though it is right up my street :)

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  74. The Fragile Hour by Rosalind Laker, great book, true story, absolutely gripping.

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  75. Truth or Die by James Patterson. An excellent thriller.

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  76. I recommend you The Hunger Games series. It is beautiful. :)

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  77. Revved by Samantha Towle - it`s just that good :)

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  78. A Thousand Boy Kisses, it is amazing

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  79. Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood - she builds up such great characters and leaves you completely unsure of what is real!

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  81. The Small Boat Of Great Sorrows by Dan Fesperman. Don't read if you are wanting something light, a novel set in Croatia in those interesting times is not going to be all fluffy. A good read and I'm now looking for a book on Balkan history to find out more, so I'm really glad I read it. I normally read crime fiction, and it's got a detective in it, so I thought I would try it.

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  82. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell is really good. I loved it!!!

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  83. Thank you so much for the giveaway !! *Fingers Crossed*

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  84. I am not sure if you had already read "The Last Song " By Nicholas Sparks !!Its one of my favorite .The books is about the bonding between a Father and a daughter !! Nicely written and like all Sparks books , it is heartbreaking .

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  85. i love chris ryan and jack higgins books but if you have never read the classic stig of the dump you havnt lived its a cracking read

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  86. I Heart New York - Lindsey Kelk. A funny heartwarming book about about a woman who flees to New York after splitting up with her fiancée. Such good descriptions about places in New York really makes me want to visit there too.

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