Monday, July 10, 2017

Books by Sophie McKenzie & Sophia Bennett and Owl Mugs Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books by Sophie McKenzie and Sophia Bennett and a set of four owl mugs. Good luck!



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44 comments:

  1. There are so many but the first one that comes to mind is The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson. It's a heart-wrenching tale of grief, love and forgiveness that will make you laugh and cry. Beautifully written and manages to be funny, heartbreaking and joyful all at once. This is not another teenage girly romance book - it's poetry in it's most beautiful form.

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    1. I could read everywhere and everyday. Thank goodness for Authors. Love this giveaway!

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  2. I LOVE the hate u give because it's a very unique book with completely different idea and it's also relatable

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  3. The Hunger Games is my favorite YA book because of the fantastic world building.

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  4. Thank you so much for the chance to win this Amazing Giveaway

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  5. Hmm.... I'll go with "Under Rose Tainted Skies" by Louise Gornall. BUT how can you ask what your favourite YA book is? That's so mean! >_<

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  6. I would have to say Twilight. My boss talked me into reading it and after I did, I started grabbing up YA books.

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  7. i'm embarrassed to say that I have yet to read this series

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  8. I am not familiar with YA books but looking at the above comments I am going to start reading them. Thanks

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  9. Harry Potter. Best YA novels ever. I will never forget them and Snape and Draco are two of my favorite characters. JK Rowling changed my life. She taught me everyone deserves A Second chance and redemption is real. It sounds cliche but it's true.

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  10. Reason to Breathe & Barely Breathing by Rebecca Donovan Love these two. Its a trilogy but I haven't read the last one yet.

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  11. My favorite is definitely Harry Potter books because they're full of magic.

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  12. The river of time series from Lisa T Bergren

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  13. Too many to name, but I love anything written by my favorite authors Sarah Dessen and Meg Cabot!

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  14. Has to be Harry Potter for me. Thanks for the chance x

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  15. Uglies, I find that although science fiction, I can see something similar happening the way the world views personal looks

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  16. I love Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. I guess I love it because every child has a quirk of some sort and must learn to overcome it, and these children do that, very magnificently :)

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  17. My favorite YA books are the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. I really enjoyed the world she created with the faction-based society. These books are amazing! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  18. The Fault in our stars by John Green very moving.

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  19. The Hunger Games is my favorite YA book because I love a heroine that kicks butt.

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  20. The Giver by Lois Lowry because it is a unique haunting story.

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  21. The Hunger games.I loved the excitement.

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  22. My favorite YA book is Hunger games, I almost feel like it started the YA craze.

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  23. no fav; don't read many

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  24. Not sure but love Harry Potter and Land of Stories by Chris Colfer.

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  25. I loved Victoria Aveyard - Red Queen

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  26. There are so many...I'm going to go with Life of Pi as it is such an intelligent book and the ending provokes so much thought.

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  27. Eleanor and Park beautiful and bittersweet

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  28. Fav YA is It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover

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  29. Rival by Penelope Douglas beacuse it's full of angst and I love that. I have also discovered an author that I fell in love with - Emma Doherty. She wrote two books and I'm in love, really.

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  31. Legend by Marie Lu. It always make me cry when i read Champion's epilogue

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  32. The Half Bad series by Sally Green

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  33. the hunger games, its so exciting and gripping

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  34. Perfect prize, I love books and love owls!

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  35. I love Rachel Caine's Morganville Vampires series. I love how the friendships grow between the four main characters throughout the series.

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  36. Written in red by anne bishop the universe is so rich and the writing so good!

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  37. There are so many, all in different genres; but I'll say 'Anna and the French Kiss' by Stephanie Perkins. It was one of the first lovely ones I read. I fell in love with YA after that.

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