Saturday, November 25, 2017

YA Books of Choice Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win YA books of choice worth $25. Good luck!



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46 comments:

  1. I haven't read it yet but it's on my list for December: One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus. I really like mysteries and this is a contemporary mystery involving young adults and some social media. I believe it will be a very good book to read :)

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  2. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas is a topical and heartbreaking take on an issue that trends with horrifying frequency. It addresses issues of racism and police violence with intelligence, heart and unflinching honesty, but it's also a warm, hilarious look at the life of a family and a neighbourhood.

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  3. To be honest I haven't read any YA this year! x

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  4. In Other Lands, because it's hilarious, interesting, romantic, and I've been waiting for it to become an actual book since the author started publishing it on her livejournal.

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  5. I adored Gemina. Just so full of action and I love how it was presented. So different.

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  6. Definitely the A Darker Shade of Magic trilogy since it was so intricate and it put me on edge as I read it all through the end.

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  7. I don't have one this year as I have not had the chance to read many books but I am hoping to read a few at the beach in the holidays :)

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  8. Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare, because I love her books.

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  9. My YA book of 2017 is Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor.

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  10. I would probably pick Legion or The Shark Club

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  11. Braced by Alyson Gerber, because it was an inspiring, interesting story and I loved the characters.

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  12. Alex Approximately, really enjoyed the story

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  14. Haven by Mary Lindsey because it was told from the male POV

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  15. There were two that I really loved, Ramona Blue for many reasons, though chiefly among them because it featured a family that isn't well-off financially and it was relatable to read about such an everyday struggle, and I also loved Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han, I thought there was such great character growth in the story.

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  16. I don't know how I can pick just one!

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  17. I LOVED Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson, and I'm reading the second one right now. It's historical, but it's got a bit of magic, too, and it's completely different from most other books that I read.

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  18. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15797848-there-s-someone-inside-your-house this might be the only book thats from 2017 on my read list this yr (I'm at book 51) I mainly read YA, but I think all of them are "old", but new to me. I have soooo many on my wish list that I can only get a few at a time. Even with all the OT we were doing in the summer months, I still managed to read quite a bit

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  19. Just read "A Darker Shade of Magic" by V.E. Schwab, my fave YA of the year. Great world building and story arc + characters.

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  20. I love Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han. A fantastic conclusion to the series ☺

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  21. I loved A Court of Wings and ruin because I wanted to know what happened to my beloved characters. Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  22. I read The perks of being a wallflower for the first time this year and even if I'm not 15 anymore it made me feel like I'm not alone and I wish 15-year old me could have the chance to read this book because it means so much to me.

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  23. mine is Turtles all the way down by John Green

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  24. Inge - The Belgian Reviewer: One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus kept me engrossed and all the characters were so interesting, the best surprise in YA of the year. Another 5 star read was This Love by Dani Atkins. A new author I discovered and I really want to read more of her books now after reading this one.

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  25. The Hate You Give was very powerful and grounded in current events.

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  26. Illuminae! It's so different and unique. Definitely the best read I had on 2017 :)

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  27. It has been Philip Pullman's The Book of Dust! :D
    Samantha D

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  28. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas: The tension, the twists, the pauses, the resolutions, all of these left me content.

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  29. The Hate U Give was a big hit with me and my students. It was really 'real' and even my non-readers liked it.

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  30. Once And For All by Sarah Dessen because she's my favorite author.

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  31. Asking for it by Louise ONeill. That one haunts me

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  32. The city of brass because it was something magical and enchanting

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  33. I really don't have a YA novel for 2017.

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  34. Four Years Later by Emma Doherty. I felt everything in that story. It was so greatly written.

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  35. My favorite of 2017 was Once and For All by Sarah Dessen. I think many of us can relate to loving and losing someone then questioning the outcome.

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  36. I loved Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff!! the writing and the plot was just so amazing.

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  37. My favourite is The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.

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  38. My favorite 2017 release was Immortal Fire (Red Winter #3) by Annette Marie.

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  39. Crooked Kingdom because I couldn't stop myself from crying over it.

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  40. I really enjoyed Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova. It had a great an imaginative setting.

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  41. The last in the Half Bad series by Sally Green

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  42. The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen. I liked how beautiful it felt. It felt true not made up.

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  43. "What's your YA book of 2017 and why?" Without Merit by Colleen Hoover

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