Saturday, April 16, 2016

Big Books Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win eight wonderful books. Good luck!
 

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

113 comments:

  1. I'd recommend The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, because I enjoyed listening to it on Audible! I found it very interesting. If you like architechure, I think you'd like it!

    Deborah

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    1. It's actually my all time favorite book. I love it!

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  2. Wow what a great collection of books. I have to read Creatures Comforts because I just love Trisha Ashley xx

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  3. Got to be Trisha Ashley!I love Trisha Ashley!

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  4. Something by Alexandra Potter, eg "Me and Mr Darcy" which is such a fun chick-lit novel that is sure to make you smile.

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  5. Oh I would love to read "The Woman Who Fell In Love For A Week" first! I cant wait to see what happens when she house sits and who changes her life during that week!

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  6. Books by Katie Marsh and Anna McPartlin - they are INCREDIBLE xx

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  7. V.E Schwab books. They are amazing!

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  8. Kiss an angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, it's an amazing romance book which doesn't have that "insta-love" <33

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  9. Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn . Flynn creates complex women Characters. If are into psychological thrillers , this is the book :)

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  10. All the bright places by Jennifer Niven

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  11. lovely lot of books here and they all look really good but I would love to read A Night on the Orient Express by Veronica Henry

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  12. The woman who fell in love for a week sounds really great

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  13. The Other Side of the World by Suzanne Whitfield Vince

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  14. All of Cathy Bramley's books in her series. Great lighthearted escapism!

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  15. I recommended The Beast by J R Ward.

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  16. I loved The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King. It was an awesome book.

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  17. Vulnerable by Mary Burton, because it's a really good book and it will keep you guessing till the end. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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  18. Emma- was interesting

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  19. The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher, it's so addictive! :)

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  20. You really should have a look at Wake of Vultures by Delilah S Dawson writing as Lila Bowen. The story is a paranormal western . The heroine is a 16 year old half breed. It is like nothing else you would have read. It is nice to find something original .

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  21. my best ever book is the passage by justin cronin it really is epic !! once yoi start reading it you can not put it down :)

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  22. The Outsiders by Susan Hinton. A classic because it's so well written and the author was really young when she wrote it. Amazing!

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  23. I am currently reading The Collectors Society by Heather Lyons and it's SOOOO creative and wonderful ... you really have to read it if you haven't already!

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  24. Tell the Wind and Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan because it's just simply amazing.

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  25. The silver linings playbook, it's very amusing

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  26. I absolutely have to read 'The Buried Giant' by Kazuo Ishiguro..because he's one of my favourite authors

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  27. So Much More by Kim Holden . I love the storyline and she writes awesome books it's one of my favorite authors .

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  28. I am really enjoying The Girl On The Train, it has some really odd and un-nerving things happening so far!

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  29. I've heard great things about the majority of these books. The one I would most like to read is You Me & Other People as my auntie is currently reading it and says it's brilliant!!

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  30. You have to read the Ice twins by S. K. Tremayne
    it is an amazing thriller, like the girl on the train

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  31. Angel and the other books by Katie Price as they take you away from the real world and give you a feel of what it would be like to be famous through no fault of your own

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  32. 'You, Me & Other People' because I'd love to know it's not just my family that are odd! ;)

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  33. You have to read "Socrates in Love" by Kyōichi Katayama. It's outstanding!

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  34. So many I could recommend but for a gritty thrilled I would suggest I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh x

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  35. Anything by Jenny Colgan. She's wonderful! :)

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  36. Behind Closed Doors by B A Paris. It's a gripping debut thriller that everyone is raving about.

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  37. the measure of katie calloway

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  38. "If You Give A Cat A Cupcake." (This is by the same people behind "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.") Please hear me out-- I'm being totally serious. I picked up this book for 25 cents at a thrift store, and a friend and I had the most hilarious time reading it aloud to my two little cats. Sometimes you've just gotta be goofy with books, IMHO. :)

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  39. If you like contemporary romance, Carla Neggers' Swift River Valley series is fantastic!

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  40. M. Robinson has a series that is so good Undo Me is my favorite she breaks you down and so slowly puts you back together

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  41. Got to be Trisha Ashley! She is brilliant.

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  42. Got to be Trisha Ashley! She is brilliant.

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  43. I would love to read a book that will release just these days and it's from Lex Martin.

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  44. I loved the book night road by Kristin Hannah! It was awesome, it made me cry , smile and laugh! Read it you wont be dissapointed!

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  45. Missing by C L Taylor it's a great book.

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  46. The early books by Gerald Durrell, they are really funny

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  47. Anything by Kasie West , Jennifer e. Smith, or Scott Westerfield.

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  48. I love a good suspense novel like Wrongful Death by Lynda La Plante

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  49. It'/ got to be the invention of wings, by Sue Monk Kidd, such an interesting and uplifting book.

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  50. Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami. It's such a beautiful and bittersweet book.

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  51. I recently fell in love with Lucy Dillon's Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts so I totally recommend it! It's a very heartwarming book :)

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  52. Maria Theresa SantosApril 24, 2016 at 3:21 AM

    Archers Voice by Mia Sheridan

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  53. The Percy Jackson Series (but maybe you've already read it) it's soooooo good!

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  54. The Woman Who Fell In Love For A Week looks like an entertaining read xx

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  55. I'm a classics fan so my recommendations would be Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prejudice, To Kill A Mockingbird etc

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  56. Dancing on Thorns by Rebecca Horsfall. I have no interest in ballet and I just received this book for free and thought I would give it a try. Oh my god! I have never been so absorbed in a book before, or cared so much about the characters, and I have read a lot of books. I made my daughter read it, as again she thought it did not appeal, and it also blew her away.

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  57. I would read them all. Fantastic giveaway!

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  58. Pam Francis GregoryApril 25, 2016 at 1:34 PM

    The New Song of Fire & Ice but only if you've read the prvious books in the series!

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  59. You have probably seen the film but the book Bridget Jones Diary is a good read!

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  60. You should definitely read 'The Disappearance of Emily Marr' by Louise Candlish - so gripping!

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  61. Trisha Ashley - Creature comforts because I love her writing and I haven't read this one.

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  62. I love any book by Kristan Higgins.

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  63. Thank you so much for this great giveaway 😃😃😃

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  64. I would recommend Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson and I Let You Go by Claire Mackintosh - both are brilliant reads and have loads of twist and turns and both have fantastic endings

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  65. Most of Josephine Cox, easy reading

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  66. I love the series of books about psychologist Dr. Kate Pearson by Louise Phillips.

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  67. Me Before You by JoJo Moyes - it's brilliant even though it did turn me into a snivelling wreck!!

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  68. Anything by Rosamunde Pilcher--the ultimate comfort reads!

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  69. Two of the best books I have read in the last year are The Martian and Circus Mirandus.

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  70. Harry Potter series because the books are amazing XOXO.

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  71. I absolutely love Carole Matthews books, easy to read but so enjoyable. Drawing you in, true escapism x

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  72. Labyrinth by Kate Mosse. Great characters, brilliant atmosphere. It took me a little while to get into the shifting time periods, but when I did I couldn't put it down.

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  73. Amy Snow by Tracy Rees was brillient and had me gripped It is set in Victorian Britain and involves a young woman who receives a bundle of letters which sets her on a treasure hunt.

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  74. The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - a brilliant book

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  75. The Woman Who Fell in Love for a Week looks good!

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  76. The Blue is a fabulous book.

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  77. It's Not Me, It's You by Mhairi McFarlane - absolutely hilariously brilliant!!

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  78. The Gargoyle by A. Davidson - you'll know why when u read it :)

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  79. any jack higgins books he draws you in and you cant put the book down til the last page i got nearly everything hes done

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  80. Karin Slaughter's Grant County series - they're addictive!

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  81. These look fab books for holiday. Can't beat Lee Child and Sophie Kinsella. (@PeanutHog)

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  82. Kiss an angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips looks fab

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  83. I really loved The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood. A great read.

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  84. It would be great to win these 8 Books.
    In response to your question of
    Which book should we absolutely have to read and why?
    I would recommend you read
    Cyndi Lauper:A Memoir by Cyndi Lauper and Jancee Dunn.
    Cyndi Lauper is my All Time favourite singer
    and she has led an interesting life and is still making music
    after being in the music business for over 30 years.
    I am looking forward to buying her new Country Album which will be released May 14 2016.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  85. All Colleen Hoover's books are amazing. Each one is special and the characters are unique. The love stories are beautiful. Maybe Someday is my favorite and it includes amazing songs by Griffin Peterson. Love that book!

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  86. P.S I Love You, such a lovely book to read and the film is also really good x

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  87. Gormenghast to explore the weird.

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  88. Bel Canto by Ann Patchett - its such an original story.

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  89. i loved harlan coben tell no one, its got plenty of drama and exciting moments ! the french film was also very good

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  90. Have you read Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel by Jane Costello yet? If not, you must, because it was amazing!

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  91. Have you read Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel by Jane Costello yet? If not, you must, because it was amazing!

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  92. I would love to read A Night on the Orient Express by Veronica Henry because it looks like a great read.

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  94. I really want to read Lost and Found. My sister loved this book and we generally love to read the same kinda of books.

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