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Friday, January 12, 2018

Books by Adriana Trigiani, Tea, Chocolate, Candy & Mug Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books by Adriana Trigiani, tea, chocolate, candy and a mug. Good luck!


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50 comments:

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

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  2. The first two Hell Divers books. I couldn't stop reading from the first to the second book. Stayed up all night. They are so thrilling!

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  3. I've just started reading The Magicians. Fab series. It's like the Narnia series for grown ups. I like books that combine magic with urban fantasy elements.

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  4. "What's the best book you've read in the past couple of months and why?" I'm reading a book about justice in the United States, "Unfair" by Adam Benforado, and it's interesting to learn how and why people pursue and justify to themselves unjust ends and means in criminal prosecutions.

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  5. I haven't read for a long time, don't really get the time, but I recommend Bella Mafia by Lynda La Plante. I read this book after I saw the film of it.

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  6. I think I enjoyed The Tube Riders Trilogy the most (I decided to end 2017 with this tome and sure don't regret it) as it's so fas-paced and suspenseful and I love the characters and their development.

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  7. The Midnight Line by Lee Child. I love Reacher the main character. The plot and story are great. The best I enjoy from Lee Child for a while.

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  8. Awww Trigiani!

    Best book was Corner of WHite cos it was so lovely and fairytale

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  9. Just finished reading The Hate You Give. Very powerful. Looking forward to seeing the movie when it comes out.

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  10. The War of Don Emmanuel's Nether Parts by Louis de Bernières. It's hilarious and has so many twists and turns it's a real page turner. I really recommend it.

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  11. That was probably "The Given Day" by Dennis Lehane, whose books I've not read before so didn't really know what to expect. I enjoyed every minute of it, it was set just after the end of WWI in the US and shows the thinking of the majority at the time.

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  12. Will have to check your books out just found your site.

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  13. Pretty Girls by Karen Slaughter,quite unique and interesting mystery/thriler :)

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  14. Dating on the Dorkside, it is one of my favorite genre's, nerdy romance.

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  15. I actually won a book from you guys called Select and I basically read it in a day, I need the series (Book two is un-named lol) ITS THAT GOOD.... I'd prob have a lot more books to read if I could love an ereader but I just love the feel of a book in my hand

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  16. Year One by Nora Roberts

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  17. Just finished A Column of Fire by Ken Follett and it was really fabulous, well researched and interesting xx

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  18. The Lost Children by Helen Phifer because it was so good I couldn't put it down.

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  19. The Sandman by Lars Keplar. A really exciting book, a page turner for sure, I am going to read more by Lars Keplar.

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  20. The best book I've read in the last few months is probably The Red Dragon Girl by Lea Doue. :D

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  21. Mr Prendergast's Fantastic Find was hilarious. It reminded me of a cross between my dad and Basil Fawlty! Such a good read.

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  22. Ranger Games was such an interesting read on the cult of militarism
    jan

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  23. The Power, a fantastical piece focusing on wonen being the dominant sex, ie with the power and how they abuse it. Absolutely lived up to the hype.

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  24. Wonder and I read it with my daughter

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  25. Roomies by Christina Lauren - character you can not not fall in love with, amazing story and such a wonderful writing style.

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  26. The Break by K Vermette because of its timeliness and striking stories.

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  27. High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic by Glenn Frankel, because it was a fascinating intersection of film history with a particularly tragic episode from our national history.

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  28. The pillars of the earth! One of my favourite books!
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    fingers crossed! xxx

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  29. The Bear and the nightingale. It is a beautiful retelling of russian folktales through the story of a girl and frost demon

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  30. Fire Sermon, by Jamie Quatro. It narrates the deep emotional and intellectual struggle of a woman with her choices, her beliefs, her religion, her marriage, and her act of adultery, and with her deep longing for love and for a life commensurate with her faith and its teachings. It gets under your skin. Written in the form of a Sermon and borrowing the title from the third of Buddha's sermons. Deeply poetic language. A book to be savoured at length, and reflected about, by both believers and non-believers.

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  31. I have been reading on a couple books. I have a devotional journal I started this year. It is wonderful I love it very much!

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  32. Alex cross by James Patterson, its Alex cross. when you follow him from the start you get invested in a series.

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  33. Reading Versailles about the court of Louis XIV and finding it totally fascinating.

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  34. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. It's very well-written and has believable characters.

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  35. please look after mother and it was sooooooooooo emotional for me

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  36. I loved Level Up (Fandom Hearts #1) by Cathy Yardley! The book had everything from romance, geeks, to fandoms, and I love all those things!

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  37. Industrial Magic by Kelly Armstrong, because I love all that supernatural stuff and this (as part of a series) has almost every type of supernatural beings in it as you can get, but most of them are still likeable characters!

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  38. Alrighty then, I put the wrong thing in the social share entry, and boy you can not edit that.
    Here it is: https://plus.google.com/u/0/104346338872498622972/posts/S86RQiam1yL
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    {in the contest I am Margot C__ on the Rafflecopter}

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  39. Hardcore 24 by Janet Evanovich. I love this series. They always make me laugh out loud.

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  40. A War like Ours by Saffron A Kent - super dark romance that pushes the boundaries

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  41. Book of Souls by Nadine Nightingale bc it gives a wonderful Egyptian myth retelling and it was so good!

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  42. The Address by Fiona Davis because it was familiar since I saw the location where it took place and it was the type of book that would keep me guessing.

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  43. Prisoners of geography by Tim Marshall - it gave me a lot of answers to contemporary politics and war conflicts. Lubka

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  44. Crucifix killer -chris carter -I had read good reviews and really enjoyed it

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  45. The Address by Fiona Davis really good read

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  46. I really liked LaRose by louise Erdrich, it just really haunted me and I keep thinking back on it.

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  47. The Address by Fiona Davis: just awesome!

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  48. A War like Ours - awesome!!!!!

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  49. The Oracle Glass by Judith Merkle Riley - weird and twisted - just how I like my books! :)

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