Sunday, September 10, 2017

Kindle Fire, Owl Pouch & Amazon Gift Card Giveaway



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98 comments:

  1. I've read a few already and at the moment I'd say my book of 2017 so far is Murder Games by James Patterson and Howard Roughan. I always love books by James Patterson and thrillers in general. I'm about to read it for the second time and see what I missed the first time in my hurry to see what was going on. :-)

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  2. not sure if I added my name correctly, comments are under elizamatt (Elizabeth Matthiesen)

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  3. I really liked Lord of Shadows, and plenty of others, but I don't often know the publication date.

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  4. I enjoyed Exposure by Aga Lesiewicz Awesome thriller well writing which kept me gripped until the end

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  5. Very hard to pick just one favourite book, but I'll go with Death Stalks Kettle Street by John Bowen. My reason for choosing this book is because I loved the main characters so much.

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  6. Hard to pick just one but I think I'll go for a new-to-me author & pick BA Paris' Behind Closed Doors that I finally got around to reading!

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  7. My favorite so far this year is The Chosen by J.R. Ward. Love her Black Dagger Brotherhood series!

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  8. "What's your book of 2017 so far and why?" I am starting "Holy Crap! The World is Ending" by Anna-Marie Abell, and it's quite fun. There's a lot of humor and silliness. I think there will be aliens, and even some romance!

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    1. A little insider tells me that, indeed, there will be aliens, romance, and lots and lots of food talk ;) I am so happy you like it!

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  9. I have not read many books this year but I loved Nora Roberts' Stars of Fortune

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  10. Force KINGDOM it had such a great story it made me picture myself in there shoes it was a book I could not put down

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  11. I don't get much time for reading but my mum reads a lot. She loves the Agatha Raisin books and has read them several times as they are so funny!

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  12. Give Me the Child by Mel McGrath. It was a clever and well written psychological thriller that had many twists and turns.

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  13. Robin Hobb's 'Fool's Fate' as it brought tears to my eyes at the end!

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  14. La magia de ser Sofía de Elisabet Benavent porque es una historia muy bonita

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  15. My favorite 2017 read so far is Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn 💗 It's plot is very gripping and page-turning. I love books that make me think hard and I love it when all my hunches are wrong. Those unpredictable kinds of books that makes one's head hurt? Gone Girl definitely belongs to that category and it's sure to blow your mind — and that's what I loved the most about it!

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  16. I haven't actually bought any books this year that were released in 2017 - I've bought plenty but with earlier release dates. So, my favourite recent book (2016) is Fall of Light by Steven Erikson, the second book in the Kharkanas high fantasy trilogy. He is my favourite author and it was another fantasic, long and complex novel. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for the lovely giveaway :o)

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  17. I haven't been reading many new releases this year, but the best book I've read this year has been Station Eleven.

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  18. My favorite book of 2017 is Braced by Alyson Gerber; a well-written story with interesting characters, really enjoyed reading it.

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  19. Ian Harding's Odd Birds. I just think he is a great actor.

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  20. High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic by Glenn Frankel, because I like reading about film history.

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  21. So far my favorite is Forbidden by Jodi Ellen Malpas. She just has a great writing style for relationships and romance that I truly enjoy :)

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  22. I am enjoying reading The Pact. It's a fascinating book

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  23. My book of 2017 is daughter of the burning city. I think we all need a little magical distraction from the madness of today's news.

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  24. I enjoyed The Lilac Bouquet by Carolyn Brown.

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  25. Just finished Ellen Foster and it is by far one of the best books I have read in 2017.....

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  26. I just finished Room Service by Chance Carter ! I absolutely loved it !

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  27. The one that sticks in my mind is Little Eathquakes

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  28. I have not read many books from 2017 yet, but one from 2016 is Brad Meltzer, The House of Secrets. Great book so far, have not finished it yet.

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  29. The tenth and final book in the Onyx Webb series. Every book blew me away and the ending was perfection!

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  30. The Ice Princess from Camilla Läckberg. I'm really enjoying it.

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  31. Never The Bride I found it Hilarious

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  32. Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar. Because it was heartbreaking, beautiful but it also raised awareness.

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  33. not read any 2017 releases yet, have been revisiting some old favourites, on Jamaica Inn at the moment

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  34. Not read any 2017 releases yet but decided to read Far from the madding crowd by Thomas Hardy as it's just been on TV

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  35. My not so perfect life by Sophie Kinsella. Im a massive fan of her and she makes me chuckle x

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  36. I finally read Twilight! Absolutly loved it, and I know it was written well before 2017 but its my fav of 2017. Im quite new to being a "Book worm"

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  37. Things That Happened Before the Earthquake by Chiara Barzini. Simply a great read.

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  38. Silver Silence by Nalini Singh. This was a wonderful read in a series I'm addicted to.

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  39. Tin Man by Sarah Winman was so good.

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  40. I am currently catching up with the Anita Blake novels by Laurell K Hamilton which are great.

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  41. I have recently read 'The Mediums Guide to the Paranormal'. It was extremely interesting and something different from my normal book choice.

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  42. Little Sister by Isabel Ashdown as it had so many twists & turns!

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  43. Heartstone by C J Sansom - this is a brilliant historical detective mystery :D

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  44. Perfect, I was waiting for it for a year after reading Flawed!

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  45. I can't choose only 1: Hidden Legacy series by Ilona Andrews, Silver Silence by Nalini Singh, A Kinda Fairytale series by Cassandra Gannon

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  46. After Humanity by Stacey L. Polishook an author on Wattpad! Very unique book with a story line I have never read before. Really draws you in and keeps ya reading!

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  47. I'm currently reading Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare! Wow! What a book!

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  48. Odd Thomas... because it is my favorite every year.

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  49. The Saga of Darren Shan-Let me feel immersive

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  50. In contemporary it was JJ McAvoys's Children of vice because it surprised me in fantasy Wildfire by Ilona Andrews

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  51. the handmaids tale, i know its an old book but after watching it on tv i bought the new released one x

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  52. Falling Awake by Debrah Martin, A challenging read that will leave you questioning everything

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  53. Come into my trading room by Alexander Elder. i am thinking of trading in currencies.

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  54. So many but i think the summer house jenny hale was a lovely feel good summer read

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  55. I absolutely loved the Girl with the dragon tattoo by Steiger Larson

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  56. My book of 2017 is 'Dirty Blvd, the life and music of Lou Reed', by Aidan Levy; a very good biography of Lou Reed.

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  57. Id love to read this book. I've been a fan for a minute. Found you by Twitter believe it or not!

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  58. Strange the Dreamer, I loved it! It was so well-written, the characters were great at it was awesome!

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  59. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. By far the best book I have ever read!

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  60. Killers of the Flower Moon by david grann

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  61. The Long, Long Trail: War at Home, 1917 by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles - I just love her books and this is the 4th in a series about a family coping on the home front during WWI. Engrossing and evocative.

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  62. illumination by susannah sabdlin because i waited years for this conclusion

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  63. Scandalous by LJ Shen. This book is everything I'm looking for in a book. Tension, lust, love, anger,...

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  64. Feels Like the First Time by Marina Adair, sweet,sexy,emotional,wonderufl story,plus Marina Adair is one of my favorite authors! :)

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  65. So far the book of 2017 has been the Husband's Secret by Liana Moriarty.

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  66. "They Both Die at the End" by Adam Silvera

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  67. I am currently really enjoying reading the book Flawed by Cecelia Ahern as its so interesting and good to see such a strong character who is also relatable

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  68. I read the Delta Force novels this years - they hooked me in as it was something very different than what I would ever read

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  69. The Unrequited by Saffron A Kent. Amazing writing!

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  70. I've read a few, but the most recent was Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance which I really enjoyed.

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  71. My favorite book so far this year has been Heartless. I loved the Lunar Chronicles series, and I loved that Heartless was a fairy tale retelling, but so much more! Marissa Meyer had so many details from the original Lewis Carroll story, and she also added more fairy tale and mythology as well. It was so well written and such a beautiful story.

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  72. I'm in the beginning of Monsterland and I'm really enjoying it!

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  73. A Man in Full by Thomas Wolfe, not published this year - but i read it this year

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  74. The books I have read this year have been good, but nothing super outstanding... I really like seeing these recommendations!!!

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  75. Lauren Kate - Fallen series - I have seen the first movie and wanted to read it as the film made it interesting and so far I loved it

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  76. Behind closed doors - B A Paris - loved the suspense

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  77. Silver Silence by Nalini Singh great read

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  78. Woman Enters Left by Jessica Brockmole is my present 2017 pick because of the nostalgia it stirs in me.

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  79. I'm going to go with Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell. There were a number of sections that broke my heart. You can't help but root for them.

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  80. Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman - I'm a mythology nut! :)

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  81. Here lies Daniel Tate - love bit of a thriller

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  82. I loved The Caller, it was twisted but brilliant.

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  83. My favorite is The Education Of Little Tree because it is just an awesome book and a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed!

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  84. The Book of Joan: A Novel
    Book by Lidia Yuknavitch bold raw memorable difficult in some places . Earth has been devastated by global warming sad but gritty

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  85. The Vanishing Witch by Karen Maitland - it's a well researched historical mystery wih more than one twist.

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  86. I've read tons of great books this year. One of my fave has been 'Rebel' by Rebecca Yarros.

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  87. i've just discovered the greyladies books by anna jacobs, fantastic read and have already bought the rest of the series

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  88. I have been reading It by Stephen King, I love it.

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