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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Books of Choice Giveaway

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46 comments:

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

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  2. It's probably Susie Steiner's 'Missing Presumed' although BA Paris' 'Behind Closed Doors' comes a close second. If you're a fan of thrillers with plenty of unexpected twists then try these two.

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  3. Illuminae and Gemina. Some fun scifi and presented in such an original and fun way.

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  4. "What's the best book you've read in 2017 and why should we read it?" You should read "Uzumaki" by Junji Ito, although you will find bits of it rather disgusting as it is a Japanese horror graphic novel--but it is very good!

    Also, you must read "Coinman" by Pawan Mishra, if you have not done so already.

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  5. Complicated by Kristen Ashley is one of my favorite reads in 2017.

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  6. I don't really get time to read but my Mum reads a lot! She loves the Agatha Raisin series by M C Beaton, she says they are really funny and has re-read the series.

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  7. Assassins fate by Robin Hobb - though I would recommend all her books for a full picture of the emotion the end of this book will bring - it's sad and hopeful at the same time and if you love fantasy and vengeful dragons, all the better!!

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  8. Oathbringer: The Stormlight Archive Book Three by Brandon Sanderson - a fantastic high fantasy series from the author of the Mistborn novels. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another lovely giveaway :o)

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  9. You by Caroline Kepnes. Blew my mind this book!

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  10. The escape but C L Taylor, it keep me gripped the whole way through, i literally couldn't put it down.

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  11. I loved Cake Pop Crush by Suzanne Nelson, wonderful story with great characters! I also really enjoyed If You Were Mine by Melanie Harlow, her books are terrific!

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  12. The best I read this year was Shattered Memories by V. C. Andrews. It is the final book in the Mirror Sisters Trilogy so you'd have to have read the first two to understand why this conclusion was so good to finish off this series :)

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  13. .....Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed cos it was creepy!

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  14. I loved Secrets We Keep by Faith Hogan. Interesting characters, a page turner. I loved the way the story jumped from past to present.

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  15. I read some pretty good books in 2017. I will recommend one of the lesser known series that I loved - The Red Winter Trilogy by Annette Marie. Loved it!

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  16. The best book I have read this year was The Lost Children by Helen Phifer. It's an amazing detective story but I think you have already read it.

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  17. Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar, because it such an heartbreaking but also hopeful story. It will put you on an emotional rollercoaster.

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  18. One of my favorites this year was Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin, it's narrated by three generations of women from the same family, it has humor and heart, and is nowhere near as cliché as you might expect of a book partially about an intern who had an affair with a politician.

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  19. I read some really awesome books this year, but my favorite would be Attachments by Rainbow Rowell! I just love the 90s time period, and all the jokes about when the internet first came out. :)

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  20. Secondborn by Amy Bartol, it's so imaginative and original.

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  21. "What's the best book you've read in 2017 and why should we read it?" Release by Patrick Ness. You need to read it asap, diverse book of course

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  22. The chocolate lovers wedding as its so funny but also pulls at your heart strings too x

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  23. The Hate U Give really deserved all its hype - I learnt a lot about the BLM movement without it seeming contrived

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  24. Turtles All the Way Down was very well-written and portrays anxiety and OCD very well. I think it could help family members and friends of people with mental health issues become more empathetic.

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  25. The best book of 2017 I am currently reading, Origins by Dan Brown.

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  26. The best book I've read in 2017 is My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand,Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows. It's a funny, delightful historical fiction that has REAL characters from the history of England : Bloody Mary, King Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Jane Grey. And has a mixture of Fantasy

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  27. My favourite book this year has been The Caller by Chris Carter. It's so gruesome but yet so intriguing that I didn't want to stop reading.

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  28. Feels Like The First Time by Marina Adair - emotinal,amazing,sweet,sexy wonderful story! :)

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  29. Game of Spies - by Paddy Ashdown. Didn't think much of him as a politician, but he writes good books.

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  30. "Ashley Bell" by my favorite author Dean Koontz - it's a wonderful suspenseful read with awesome twists and turns.

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  31. Feversong by Karen Moning. If you love dark urban fantasy, this is a great series.

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  32. I have a fev actually. But Roomies by Christina Lauren is one of them. The writing is soooo good and the characters so wonderful, loveable, great story. Everything was just perfect in the story.

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  33. I loved Ilona Andrews' Hidden Legacy series. It has flawless world-building and the characters are amazing!

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  34. I loved The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green. It's a spectacular masterpiece!

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  35. The City of Mirrors by Justin Cronin - it's the last part of the most well-written, terrifying & epic trilogy I've ever read!

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  36. i read the handmaids tale. it was amazing and disturbing and a great read

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  37. A an in Full by Tom Wolfe - a vast, amazing and rather disturbing book.

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  38. Mists of Serengeti by Leylah Attar
    The feels...the feelings I tell you!! 💛💛💛

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  39. Lord of shadows by cassandra clare, it was so wonderful and brought the whole shadowhunter world to another level!

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  40. Fingersmith by Sarah Waters ... has a great twist! Lindsey Loughtman

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  41. https://plus.google.com/u/0/116323573693055422688 follow i put twitter by accident

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  42. Roy Grace series, only read dead simple by peter James but can’t wait to continue.

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  43. Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall. I d recommend it for everybody who wants to understand geopolitics around us. Lubka

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  44. My favorite was Caraval by Stephanie Garber. It's so full of magic and imagination, the world created by the author is so creative and unique. And the twists are AMAZING ♥

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  45. Sheila Connolly's County Cork Mysteries. They made me want to visit Ireland again.

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