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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Books of Choice Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books of choice worth $30. Good luck!


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

51 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. Origin by Dan Brown as I love his style of writing. The science and religious plot is incredible and love travelling through Spain and Budapest.

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  3. HARD QUESTION, but hmm, probably Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, because it had so many layers and the characters were phenomenal. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  4. The Tube Riders Trilogy which was such a suspenseful dystopian book with great character development!

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  5. Until the Stars Fade by Kim Loraine; it's a short novella but I loved the story and the writing was awesome

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  6. "What's the best book you've read in the past two months and why?" I'm not sure. I guess the Isak Dinesen book I re-read was within the last 2 months.

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  7. I really enjoyed The Lost Children by Helen Phifer because it was a page turner and I could not put it down!

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  8. Everless by Sara Holland
    A haunting account and a fantastic read

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  9. I don't really get time to read but would love to win a book for my Mum who reads a lot.

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  10. The Hate u Give Me and Not If I See You First.
    Both book have a great message for their readers.

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  11. Letters to the lost
    It's so touching and lovely <3

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  12. Okay, now I have to say it's "The Twelve Princesses" by K M Shea. It was really good!!! :D

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  13. Cinder by Marissa Meyer! Love the retelling story!

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  14. The Cruel prince, by Holly Black, because she's not afraid to let all her characters be a bit ugly/twisted!

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  15. Probably Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones!! It was so thought provoking and stunning.

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  16. I usually really picky and strict when it comes to giving 5 stars for a book but this month I already had two books that got a perfect score. The flight of hope by H.J. Bellus which is a heartbreakingly beutiful and emotional romance and Fumbled hearts by Meagan Brandy which had everything I love in a great NA romance, phenomenal characters, stirring emotions and slightly dramatic but really great relationship.

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  17. The best book I read last month was Turtles All the Way Down. I loved its accurate portrayal of anxiety and OCD.

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  18. 2 months! Ohhh must be A corner of White by Jaclyn Moriartry cos it was so cute

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  19. The best book I've read recently was The Last Chance Matinee by Mariah Stewart.

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  20. I read a book called "We Owned The Night" by M.Venn and I loved it.

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  21. I glommed the Animal Magnetism series by Jill Shalvis :) very fun and romantic and pets!! Thanks for sharing!

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  22. One with you by Sylvia Day, I've read the whole series now and I love the characters.

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  23. Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson - the third book in The Stormlight Archive high fantasy series. Its a fantastic series, a unique imagined world and relatively free of tropes. I got it for Christmas, along with several other books. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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  24. So hard to choose just one, but I will say Twofer Murder by Lauren Carr. She never lets me down and I love the unique characters, including the critters, she has in her stories. I love some fun and humor with my murder. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  25. I've only had time to read one book in the past two months due to holidays and unforeseen issues. I read Odd and True by Cat Winters. I did enjoy reading this book about sisters and how they grew up in a different era, with different relatives, but always together :)

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  26. The Hell Divers series by Nicholas Sansbury Smith. They were so well written and packed with action!

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  27. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25174916-betrayals I'm on book for of the Cainsville series by Kelley Armstrong. I like most of her books, there's been a few that I'll never re-read, but on the most part I like her as an author. Although I generally tend to read YA this is a series I am really enjoying and probably will order book 4 online soon. (I have 10 in my amazon account , yippee lol) I also won a book called https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31180282-select Select by Marit Wiesenberg and I plan on buying the next book in that series. 2017 was actually a good reading year for myself, I had plenty of great reads and will have to re-read more once this book is done

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  28. I loved Level Up (Fandom Hearts #1) by Cathy Yardley it had romance and a lot of geek related things that I love!

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  29. Burn For Me and White Hot by Iliona Andrews,unique urban fantasty and has interesting concept :)

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  30. I reread Alpha & Omega series by Patricia Briggs and The Edge series by Ilona Andrews because I love them. And new to me books: The Fractured Heart by Scarlett Cole and Deep Control by Annabel Joseph

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  31. really enjoyed Ken Follet's A Column of fire for a myriad of reasons, not least because I've read his other kingbridge novels and loved them and also because it made me feel great to finish such a long book!!

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  32. The best book I've read in the last two months was probably Little Women, while I did have a couple issues with it, what I loved was the relationship between the sisters as well as their distinct, consistent personalities.

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  33. Everless - Sara Holland
    Brilliantly written, captivating novel.

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  34. The best book that I've recently read is Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare. The entire series was wonderful!

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  35. MY Torin by K Webster. It's a story about autizem and a romance. I loved it.

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  36. The Address by Fiona Davis because the setting was familiar because I've seen it and it was a gripping story.

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  37. Unchained by a Forbidden Love by Felicity Heaton & Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews

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  38. The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green.

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  39. The best book I've read these past 2 months is A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness It's so heartbreakingly beautiful

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  40. I loved Donna Andrews' The Real Macaw. This series always makes me laugh.

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  41. The Break by KVermette for its timeliness.

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  42. Holes by Louis Sachar. It's an interesting story.

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  43. Lake Silence by Anne Bishop, because it is a spin-off of one of my favorite Urban Fantasy series.

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  44. Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff because the writing was out of this world!!

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  45. A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas because it had so many emotional moments that I could connect with and action.

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  46. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

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  47. The Best book I've read in two months is Nobody's Fool by Richard Russo.

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  48. I have been through a whole set of books by Anna Hackett during my latest travels which were just the fluff I needed :)

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  49. It's so hard to pick only one because I already have 3 favorites this year, but I'd have to say... Endless Knight by Kresley Cole. I loved the first book, but this one was SO AMAZING! I love the characters, the world created by the author, the twists! It's so interesting with the characters of the Tarot cards ♥

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  50. The Phantom of the Opera absolutely beautiful!

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