Sunday, January 14, 2018

Best of 2017 Giveaway Hop


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win one of the books we've reviewed in 2017 (winner's choice) worth $15. Good luck!


The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

33 comments:

  1. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas because it's 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.

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  2. Secondborn by Amy Bartol, I love the creative uniqueness of the story and characters.

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  3. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo because it was so different from all the rest of the books I read.

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  4. I don't really get time for reading but would love to win a book for my Mum who reads a lot. She follows the Agatha Raisin series and last year was eager to get the latest book in that series.

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  5. Robin Hobb's Fools fate as I've read all the books and fitz and the fool and it was so sad seeing the characters die x

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  6. Oh I do not remember all books reviewed 0_0

    But there are two Sarah Morgan books, how to choose! Manhattan perhaps

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  7. In Other Lands, because I've waited so long for it to be released in that format (also, bisexual protagonist!!!)

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  8. Origin by Dan Brown as I love his style of writing and the Historical Religious and scientific knowledge it wrote in his book.

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  9. My favorite was Secrets We Keep by Faith Hogan.

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  10. I really loved Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin, it's told from the point of view of three different generations of women, and it took what could have been a cliché story of an intern having an affair with a politician and gave it depth and heart.

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  11. Artemis by Andy Weir, desperate to read the follow up to "The Martian"!

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  12. "What's your book of 2017 and why?" I enjoyed "The Dreadful Tale Of Prosper Redding" because it was a good tale about a fight against evil supernatural forces!

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  13. I loved Odd and True by Cat Winters. Even tho I didn't read it until this month, it was a 2017 book and I really enjoyed reading about these sisters who believed in the tales of magic their relatives told them whiled they were growing up. :)

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  14. My book of 2017 was Feversong by Karen Moning. It was another great entry into the Fever series and gave us a lot of Dani.

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  15. Wild & Sweet by Rhenna Morgan... I'm not a big CR reader, but this novel sweet me away and I was in LOVE.

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  16. Feels Like The First Time by Marina Adair - love her books,and this is emotional,sexy and wonderful read :)

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  17. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31180282-select Select - Marit Wiesenberg (there's going to be more in the series apparently)
    I liked it because it was so interesting that I basically read it in a day

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  18. High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic, by Glenn Frankel. It thoroughly covers the intersection of film history with one of the most painful episodes in American history.

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  19. Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin

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  20. Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar. Because the book had it all: romance, suspense, heartbreak, beautiful setting and so much more.

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  21. I loved The Hate You Give both for the excellent writing and vital message

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  22. I loved Me before you! It was an old book, I guess... But, still awesome!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  23. I really enjoyed A Court of Mist & Fury by Sarah J. Maas!!

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  24. beneath a scarlet sky was interesting

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  25. Two favorites were The Hate U Give and Turtles All the Way Down, both because they shine a spotlight on real issues.

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  26. My favorite book of 2017 was Louise Penny's "Glass Houses". Her novels are so wonderful because the mystery is just the frame for stories that are about so much more: about community, and morality, and the choices we make every day that can turn the world from a cold dark place into a place of light and comfort.

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  27. Cale Dietrich's THE LOVE INTEREST blended YA, m/m, thriller, and dystopian elements perfectly!

    --Trix

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  28. I really enjoyed Rooster Bar by John Grisham as I love legal suspense books.

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  29. My favorite book of 2017 was Immortal Fire by Annette Marie!

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  30. Heroine Complex because it was an awesome story with kick-a$$ female leads

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  31. I loved BA Paris' debut 'Behind Closed Doors' & her second one that I read over the Christmas break is just as good. It's that dreadful feeling of how we never really know other people or what they're going through and how easy it would be to make those mistakes.

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  32. Hmmm, that's a hard one! Probably "The Long, Long Trail" by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles - 4th in a series set during WWI. So many of her books are amazing historical fiction, with detailed settings and very real characters! Seriously I've often learned more from her books than any history book, as the facts stick in your mind when you feel like you're THERE! ;)

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