Saturday, May 28, 2016

200,000 Views Giveaway - Backpack, 7 Paperbacks & The Versions of Us Signed Hardback

 
 
We want to thank you very much for visiting our blog, it really means the world to us. We love featuring as many good books as we can and are very happy we started this blog. To celebrate we have a special prize for one of our readers. The winner of this giveaway will receive a backpack filled with 7 paperbacks and a The Versions of Us signed hardback. Good luck!
 

 
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98 comments:

  1. My book of the year is Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris. The publisher, St. Martin's Press was giving away 10,000 advance copies(release date 8/9/16). The book was AMAZING -- the best suspense thriller I ever read! I am a slow reader and I finished it in two days.

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  2. Ooh, some of these are on my wish list!

    I have a 14 month old son, so we're reading a lot of children's books at the moment. Our favourite is 'What Does Doggy Want?'by David Wojtowycz - nice pictures and you can shake his head :-D

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  3. I've been binge-reading Douglas Adams lately and have just finished (again) The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul. The 'Dirk Gently' series is a humourous fantasy detective feast and well worth checking out!

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  4. I just bought Butters Comes Home by Claudette Melanson and it is a lovely children's story about Butters the rabbit.

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  5. I have been reading some preloved Mary Higgins Clark and i love Where are the Children. Goosebumps all over.
    The backpack is super cute, my niece or my nephew would love that since it will be back to school next month. I love those books as much as i love the backpack!

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  6. I'm reading Collision Course right now and this is my first ever read this year so far...been busy 😢 as much as I wanted to read for the past few months. And I sure do love this wonderful piece of literature. It just got the right kind of ingredients in a story that would make you swoon over it. I love SC Stephens so much. -gellyjake

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  7. I'm reading Collision Course right now and this is my first ever read this year so far...been busy 😢 as much as I wanted to read for the past few months. And I sure do love this wonderful piece of literature. It just got the right kind of ingredients in a story that would make you swoon over it. I love SC Stephens so much. -gellyjake

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  8. So far my favorite book this year is A mind of my own. It is an older autobiography but it is amazingly insightful

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  9. Actually not just a book but a whole series - I discovered Vered Ehsani, a new-to-me author, who writes the "Society for Paranormals" books. It's a mystery with a dash of steampunk, add a feisty heroine, and such a charming narrative. Definitely my fave of everything I read this year!!

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  10. The Loney Andrew Michael Hurley: The Tartarus edition of The Loney, a first novel, received limited distribution in the U.S., but garnered praise from the likes of Stephen King ("It's not just good, it's great. An amazing piece of fiction"). Now a major American house is making this novel widely available. I'm curious to see what the excitement's about.

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  11. wild man curse by susannah sandlin because even months after finishing it it stays with me ( such vivid setting)

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  12. Fifty Shades Freed by E.L. James. because whatever a person's reason why he/she is like that as a person, we must not be judgmental. We should get to know them first. As everyone says, "Don't judge a book by it's Cover", let us first look and sees inside of it. I love it!

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  13. I'm reading all of Helen H Durrant at the moment and really enjoying the series http://hhdurrant.blogspot.co.uk/

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  14. My fav this year was Being Jamie Baker. Such a fun and fast paced read about a girl with superpowers. LOOOVED it!
    -Elaine (also my name in the Raffelcopter widget)

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  15. So far I have read books that I loved and some that I didn't like very much.
    My favorite is The Ice Twins, by S.K. Tremayne. I just love it so much

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  16. Well, I'm really looking forward to reading "The Last Days of Magic."

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  17. I hate these questions, but I did add a few to my favorites shelf recently: The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner, Illuminae/Gemina by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman, The Wrath and The Dawn Duology by Renee Ahdieh, Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum. I loved them all for different reasons, but they are all great.

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  18. I am Malala. Everyone should read it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. My book of the year isLet it snow by john green. I loved the story.

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  20. For me it was Vulnerable by Mary Burton, because it kept me guessing till the very end. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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  21. My Book of the Year is Cassandra Clares Lady Midnight

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    1. Its my book of the year because I had waited so long for it and it was just as amazing as I thought it would be !

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  22. All Mandy M Roth books were amazing. There are my books of the year.

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  23. my book of the year so far is the girl on the train...I know , I know, I'm late reading it, but it was worth the wait!

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  24. A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole & Out of the Dark by Claire C. Riley, because both were very emotional reads!!

    Betul E.

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  25. So Much More by Kim Holden ! Loved this book ! Love all her books ! Once you start reading a book by her you can't stop till your finished !

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  26. Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris is probably one of the best books that I've read this year. I couldn't put it down!

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  27. haven't read many, so no fav yet

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  28. Outrun the Moon. Just finished it and major book hanger. It's amazing! All the hype is well deserved. I recommend it to everyone.

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  29. I really loves Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn. All of her books are amazing but this one is fantastic. The subject of the plot is different and it really interested me.

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  30. Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop because it's one of my favorite series; Grave Visions by Kalayna Price because I've been waiting forever for the book to come out and Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire -- one of my fave authors creating another amazing world!

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  31. Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop because it's one of my favorite series; Grave Visions by Kalayna Price because I've been waiting forever for the book to come out and Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire -- one of my fave authors creating another amazing world!

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  32. im reading the girl on the train, itrs really good, thanks for this giveaway!!

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  33. Come Away With Me by Karma Brown. I cried my way through this book and the ending I never saw coming.

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  34. Paper Princess by Erin Watt. It has all elements that I'm looking for in a book.

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  35. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban :D

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  36. Love to win for my daughter thank you. She loves to read.

    Debbie Garretson

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  37. I haven't read many new books this year. I am quite a slow reader and I am currently reading some of the Pretty Little Liars books which are cool!

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  38. My favourite so far has been You by Caroline Kepnes x

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  39. Conn Iggulden's new War of the Roses instalment xx

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  40. It's so hard to pick a book of the year! Stand-outs so far have been Everyone Brave is Forgiven, Missing Presumed and Beautiful Losers... though there's been so many! 2016 is a good year for books I feel!

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  41. Book of the year? I am not sure. Career of Evil was good though ^_^

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  42. My book of the year is 'Just One Damned Thing After Another' by Jodi Taylor..it's simply time-travelling at its best!!

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  43. Not Quite Nice by Celia Imrie - amusing, easy to read and great escapism

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  44. The Girl On The Train was pretty good!

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  45. Murder in the air by Ellen Hart a really interesting cozy mystery.

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  46. The Rosie Project, by Graeme Simsion. Charming, funny and endearing.

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  47. Front Lines by Michael Gant - it is well written with great believable characters

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  48. I think my favorite book of the year so far is The Darkest Minds (or the whole series, really). Although, it's not really published this year, so I don't know if that counts.

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  49. So far, the Name of the Wind :)

    - Ana M

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  50. Brazillionaires: The Godfathers of Modern Brazil by Alex Cuadros...a story of our times - the unbelievable scale of corruption that goes on today is sometimes so huge we become blasé talking about it.

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  51. Book of the year is Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo because I love all the fantasy in it

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  52. The Unicorn by Iris Murdoch - it had such sinister tension, it was great!

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  53. the winter wedding was a good choice for my Christmas holidays!
    raffle name: ΒΑΣΙΛΙΚΗ e-mail: vaso9280@yahoo.gr

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  54. The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova - it's so intriguing and intoxicating!

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  55. Swan Song by Robert R McCammon has been my favorite read so far this year. It is so imaginative. It grabs you by the chest and doesn't let go until then end.

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  56. Book of the year? Gosh, that's hard. But, I loved Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid! That came out just a few days ago and oh my God! It is so amazing!!

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  57. My favourite has been Snuff by Terry Pratchett - some how I missed this one when it came out. Very funny with great characters and plot. I will miss Terry!

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  58. Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld. I loved what she did with all the characters we're so familiar with from Pride and Prejudice, and I loved the modern day Elizabeth and Darcy. I didn't want it to end!

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  59. Jodi Picoult – Samantha van Leer: Between the Lines. This book is awesome. There's a (fan?) pic with this idea: "Someone should write a book where the main character slowly falls in love with the reader" and I think this book achieved it.

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  60. My favourite book of the year, mmm that is a difficult one. I really enjoyed 'The end of the world running club' even though its not really my 'type' of book! I have the versions of us on my shelf just waiting to be read!

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  61. Some great cover designs there, and a few titles from my TBR. One of my faves of the year 2016: A Year of Marvellous Ways by Sarah Winman. In 2015 I enjoyed Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan series.

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  62. It would be great to win a backpack filled with 7 paperbacks
    and a signed hardback of The Versions of Us.
    In response to your question of
    What's your book of the year (so far) and why?
    My favourite book so far is
    Wild Man's Curse by Susannah Sandlin.
    I liked this book because the story
    keeps you interested and the characters are great.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  63. The Girl on the Train is the best book I've read this year.

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  64. I'm currently reading Girl Online by Zoella and I love it!

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  65. i have just read great expectations x loved it!

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  66. Somewhere Inside of Happy by Anna McPartlin, it brought me to tears, such a heartbreaking story

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  67. Far Far Away by Tom McNeal :) it is such an amazing story... i never read anything like this :o

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  68. Lies we tell ourselves by Robin Talley.
    It was much more than I've expected and I loved it!

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  69. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

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  70. The Turning Point by Freya North, not my usual type of novel at all. It is so full of human emotion, it draws you in and keeps you gripped right to the end.

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  71. Celt - The Journey of Kyle Gibbs by Wayne Marinovich, great read,all action man book. With a touch of global warming & what could happen in the future.

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  72. I've really enjoyed reading Chris Packham's memoir, Fingers in the Sparkle Jar. Just great.

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  73. The Deal by Elle Kennedy - funny,sexy,great read :)

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  74. I am half way through The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and loving it x

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  75. Looking at the Stars
    by Jo Cotterill

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  76. im reading The girl on the train at the moment and am enjoying it, very hard to choose just one book though :)

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  77. If She did it is interesting to read

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  78. Dreaming darkley Dexter, I love it, it's very intersting

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  79. The Sunrise by Victoria Hisslop just read it wile on holiday in Cyprus

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  80. My favourite book I've read this year is The Lake House by Kate Morton, Love her writing❤️ Well love a good book FULL ST🙉

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  81. Ive just read Girl on a Train , really loved it

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  82. I've enjoyed Elizabeth is Missing. It was a good mystery book but written in such a different way and really opened my eyes up to what it must be like to live with dementia

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  83. I loved reading "Room" by Emma Donoghue, it was an amazingly emotional read which also made me feel like I was right there in the 'room' with the mother and child going through their ordeal with them. I couldn't put the book down from start to finish. Donoghue really captured the true bond between mother and child, and the trials and tribulations that they faced whilst trapped inside those 4 walls. The imagination of the mother in the way she taught her son through the 5 year period was unbelievable, and the story of after the escape brought even more reality crashing down to earth - not just a happy ending, the reality of how this imprisonment affects them! Brilliant book!!

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  84. How to bake blind a good read

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  85. Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire! I'm actually reading it to my children, but I do love the book, and my kids are really enjoying it! x

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  87. My book of the year so far has to be Me Before You. I just loved that book

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  88. So far I love Paper Princess by Erin Watt.... just wow..

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  89. I Do It with the Lights On by Whitney Way Thore. The book made me feel so amazing after reading it.

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  90. My favorite book so far this year is All The Birds In The Sky by Charlie Jane Anders. It has a good mix of science and magic.

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  91. The Postcard Fern Britton has been a lovely read x

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  92. Angela Marsons - I've read the Detective Kim Stone series and loved them all but particularly the Lost Girls ... completely gripped from start to end....

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  93. The trouble with goats and sheep by Joanna Cannon - intriguing, entertaining and amusing

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  94. Congrats guys! Thanks for the giveaway too! :)

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  95. That's a hard choice. Either All the Missing Girls or Small Great Things

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