Friday, August 5, 2016

Book of Choice Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a book of your choice worth $16. Good luck!
 

 
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59 comments:

  1. I recently re-read The Diary of A Nobody by brothers George and Weedon Grossmith, with illustrations by the latter. It dates from the 1880s and is the book I turn to whenever I'm feeling down in the dumps. It's full of gentle humour and pokes fun at the social mores of the time.

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  2. My book of the year so far is Graceling, by Kristin Cashore.
    I was waiting for this book for almost 2 years, because in my country they left to edit long ago and it was hard to get. When I could do, along with the other two books in the trilogy, I read them in less than a week.
    I loved Kristin pen and the world he created. I was mainly liked the first book, because we can see a very strong female character who knows what he wants and does not need someone else to solve their problems and live your life.

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  3. My book of the year so far is Graceling, by Kristin Cashore.
    I was waiting for this book for almost 2 years, because in my country they left to edit long ago and it was hard to get. When I could do, along with the other two books in the trilogy, I read them in less than a week.
    I loved Kristin pen and the world he created. I was mainly liked the first book, because we can see a very strong female character who knows what he wants and does not need someone else to solve their problems and live your life.

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  4. If I had to pick one book I would choose Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas. I love that series so much, so I would be so excited to finally build on it in my bookshelf. (US Edition please!!)

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  5. A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole!

    Betul E.

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  6. I just read Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare and I love her books anyway and this one was fantastic also. I love how she writes. I usually finish her book in a day or two!!!

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  7. A Thousand Naked Strangers by Kevin Hazzard.

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  8. I'm trying to read It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover

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  9. For me it is Bitter Season by Tami Hoag, because it really kept me guessing until the very end.

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  10. For me it's Lone Wolf because it's a nice story.

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  11. Summer Skinj by Kirsty Eagar because it's a sweet and sexy read filled with real characters, amazing friendships, sizzling romance and a feminist MC!

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  12. Girl Last Seen by Anne Greenwood Brown

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  13. I loved Tell me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum because it's such an adorable story with great writing, a cute guess-who romance and awesome plot.

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  14. I loved All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

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  15. Fall of Light by Steven Erikson - the second book in his Kharkanas high fantasy trilogy. He is a fantastic writer and my favourite author. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another lovely giveaway :o)

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  16. I haven't read any brand new books of the year yet but I am looking forward to reading the new Harry Potter book.

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  17. Right now I am reading Flash Fire by Dana Marton. It's an award-winner, and I can see why. It is a real page-turner.

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  18. hum dr wolf shockwave by cheree alsop really made me spend a good time and it's oen of teh only new release i've read so far so i do recommend it

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  19. All the Rage by T.M. Frazier :D

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  20. I haven't finished it yet, but it's HP and the Cursed Child because I am so excited that the story continues!
    Dianna

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  21. So far, it's The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan. It's a book I've been anticipating ever since its existence was announced.

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  22. I have read a number of books this year that are at the top of my list, so this is a very tough choice! I'm going to go with Allegiance of Honor by Nalini Singh. It was wonderful to see so many characters, again, and to finally find out about the pupcubs!

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  23. Lady Bridgit's Diary by Maya Rodale. I haven't read a character (hero and heroine) I've loved as much as Bridget and Darcy in a long while. The book was so entertaining from start to finish - it was funny, it had it's down moments but not the kind that slow the book down and make you miserable. And the secondary characters you meet that will get their own books are also fabulous!

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  24. Til Death Do Us Part by Amanda Quick. I love her arcane and harmony series, and this has a bit of similar feel. Gothic mystery and love story. Just lots of fun to read.

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  25. The unexpected everything by morgan matson. Because, it's such a sweet story.

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  26. Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta! I absolutely adore her books :3

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  27. Loose Ends List because it had everything - laughs, cries, unique places, and great characters.

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  28. Well I love so many books, this is a hard question, but I got very addicted to the Outlander Tv Show, I love it so much, I dove in to the books, as I could not wait to see what happened, so I think the 3rd outlander book was my favorite so far, and is a amazing read, I am onto the 4th book now, it is slower, These are very long books, but i read it so fast! I have many other good reads, but if we are asking for one that is it. thank you for the giveaway

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  29. ACOMAF by Sarah J. Maas! It's so good and awesome and one of the best sequel I read this year!

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  30. The Rose and the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh. It was a much awaited sequel for me and I was not disappointed in the least. Loved the way the story came together

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  31. So far it's The Cellar by Natasha Preston. This is suspenseful, emotional, and thrilling. I loved waiting to see how the main character was going to be caught :)

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  32. the best book i have read so far this year is Me Before You ♥

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  33. So far it is And I Darken. The book was an amazing retelling of sorts. So much history is in the book as well.

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  34. Allegiance of Honour by Nalini Singh is amazing and the authour did a brilliant job of tying together all of the characters from previous books.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  35. Allegiance of Honour by Nalini Singh is amazing and the authour did a brilliant job of tying together all of the characters from previous books.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  36. My favourite books are two actually Allegiance of Honour buy Nalini Singh and My Kind of Wonderful by Jill Shalvis!

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  37. So far it is Me Before You

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    1. A Year of Marvellous Ways by Sarah Winman for its charm: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23521853?source=ebfg_tw

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  38. Paper Princess by Erin Watt. It has all I look for in a book.

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  39. Her Darkest Nightmare by Brenda Novak. Great writing!

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  40. I am just starting Chances Are by Wendy Lou Jones and I think it will be my choice from all the great reviews.

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  41. The Shadow of the Wind, I just finished reading it and love it! :)

    - Ana M

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  42. The best book I have read so far this year was Dead Wake. I wanted to read it after I saw the Lusitania memorial in Cobh, Ireland. The book was really well written, and it read more like prose than nonfiction.

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  43. So far my favorite book has been Brotherhood in Death by J D Robb because it was a great book with a lot of intrigue and had my favorite characters from previous books.

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  44. My favorite book his year is Angelfall by Susan Ee. It's so unique and she describes the post-apocalyptic world Penryn is in so vividly.
    - Eveline

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  45. My favorite book his year is Angelfall by Susan Ee. It's so unique and she describes the post-apocalyptic world Penryn is in so vividly.
    - Eveline

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  46. My book of the year so far is Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris because it was the best suspense/thriller I have ever read. I finished it in two days.

    Thanks :)

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  47. The Moses Chronicles: Exodus by H.B. Moore. It totally brings the Biblical story to life!

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  48. I read Still Alice this year and absolutely loved it! The book really brings awareness for alziemers.

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  49. I read Still Alice this year and absolutely loved it! The book really brings awareness for alziemers.

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  50. My favorite" Heart of Stone by Christine Warren. I liked it because it was well written and I really loved the characters :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. No Limits by Lori Foster. It's just a great book with so many factors - relationships, past vs present, a bit of mystery. And it's so well written.

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  52. Ensnared by A. G. Howard. The Splintered series is one of my favorites and I finally could read the third book. It was amazing, the characters are really special, the story and the world created by the author are unique and so creative. I love it!

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  53. My book of the year is Villette ugh it still haunts me. I love it.

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  54. Broke by Esther E. Schmidt. I just love it. It's Esthers writing style I love.

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  55. Probably my favorite this year was Menagerie by Rachel Vincent because it was different, a little dark and wonderful writing!

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