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Monday, February 19, 2018

Books of Choice Worth $50 Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books of choice worth $50. Good luck!


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66 comments:

  1. Both "The Whispering Room" and "The Crooked Staircase" by Dean Koontz - those are part 2 and 3 of the Jane Hawk series with a tough heroine and a super suspenseful plot.

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  2. "The Land of Lost Borders" was so good and made me want to explore.
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  3. The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian. A powerful story about the ways an entire life can change in one night: a flight attendant wakes up in the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed, with a dead man and no idea what happened.

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  4. There are two that I'm especially looking forward to: The 1st is the true story of a crime journalist's hunt for the identity of a cold case serial rapist & murderer in California, 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer' by Michelle McNamara. Michelle had almost completed the work when she died unexpectedly and it was made ready for publication by her husband & others. Cold cases fascinate me & I love the intricacy of research!

    The second is a bit of a cheat as it's the release of the paperback version of Stephen Fry's 'Mythos: A Retelling of the Myths of Ancient Greece'. The 'why' for this is easy: 1. It's Stephen Fry; 2. I've read all his work to date; 3. I've loved the Greek myths since I was a little girl; and finally 4. Hardbacks don't fit in my handbag!

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  5. KM Shea's Snow White book (not sure what title is to be) which should be coming out likely in the next few months!! It should reveal a lot about the overarching story of her fairytale series, and her books are usually really really good so I'm super excited about this one!!

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  6. My Dear Hamilton by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie. Because knowing their previous works I know this book will be a great historical story as well as very good researched. These authors pour their hearts into their books. I can't wait to read it!

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  7. The Cruel Prince was pretty good, I thought, because Holly Black let her characters be morally grey (morally colorful, even ;) ). It's a promising series, I think.
    Other interesting ones are Renegades#2, Queen of Air and Darkness, or the next book in the Apollo trilogy by Rick Riordan.

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  8. "Name a 2018 release we shouldn't miss and tell us why." I'm not sure! "Unearthed" looks good, and there's another one that I'm maybe even more interested in!

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  9. I think The Friend by Sigrid Nunez will be one book to read for sure. This is about a Great Dane as woman's best friend and if you love animals, especially dogs, this has to be a great book!! :)

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  10. The book I'm most looking forward to this year is Traitorborn by Amy Bartol.

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  11. Survive The Night by Katie Ruggle. Her Rocky Mountain K9 Unit series is thrilling and has some great characters.

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  12. I don't follow new releases but would love to win some books for my Mum who reads a lot.

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  13. Just one!!!! Ok thinking hard. I must admit I am really curious about Lake Silence by Anne Bishop. I hope it will be a good new series becuse the last one sure was and this is set in the same world. SO it is not to be missed

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  14. The last Kate Daniels book, because I'm following this series for years now and can't wait for a happy ending.

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  15. Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young! I have heard amazing things about it!

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  16. The Unwind series. It is a young adult genre but is great.

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  17. I recommend reading "Still me", third part of miss Moyes's books. I love the first two and the third one should be as amazing. :)

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  18. Any books by Vi Keeaend and Penelope Ward!

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  19. The Outsider by Stephen King a horror-suspense novel. This is a must read simply because it's by Stephen King and so bound to be a great read. :-)

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  20. Spinning Silver by Naomi Novak. I adored Uprooted, and this book follows in the same world. Fabulous fantasy with fairy-tale vibe.

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  21. Ashes on the Moor because Sarah Eden is an excellent author.

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  22. I'm looking forward to The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand and The River House by Carla Neggers. I enjoy reading both of these authors.

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  23. I haven't got a clue what is coming out this year to be honest. I look forward to reading your reviews.

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  24. I'm waiting for the crossover books with Aurora Rose Reynolds Until serial books

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  25. Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs :) I luuuuv this author and I'd read anything she puts out. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  26. I haven't been lucky enough to read an advance copy, but I'm really looking forward to Puddin by Julie Murphy, there's just this really great down-to-earth quality in her books.

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  27. "The Land of Lost Borders" because of the mystery.

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  28. Say you'll remember me because it sounds wonderful! Rita Spratlen

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  29. Lake Silence by Anne Bishop. It's it such an amazing Urban Fantasy book with many great elements (mystery, suspense, horror etc).

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  30. The Innocent Wife by Amy Lloyd. I loved it as it was, to me, very unique. I've not yet come accross a similar story-line.

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  31. Reign of the fallen, one if my new favourites!

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  32. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25174926-rituals i THINK it comes out in Aug, on my wish list, very good series so far and I have read quite a few of her books

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  33. I have heard that Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi is an awesome book for 2018.

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  34. Hostage by Skye Warren and Annika Martin - really great book!

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  35. I loved The French Girl by Lexie Elliott

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  36. *Yikes* I put the wrong thing in the twitter entry. Here's the right thing: https://twitter.com/AnnaZed/status/967263826155520000
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    {in the contest I am Margot C__ on the Rafflecopter}

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  37. L'Archipel du Chien by Phillipe Claudel, because he is one the BEST contemporary French authors! i can't wait for his new book!

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  38. Keeper by Kim Chance because it has literally everything you could want in an urban fantasy!

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  39. I hope it's gonna be Winds of Winter. I sincerely do.

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  40. THE CHILDREN OF BLOOD AND BONE. Also, Scream All Night. And the Catwoman novel that is going to come out later in the year. And so. many. more.

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  41. Wild Hunger by Suzanne Wright! <3 This is an awesome series just love it!

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  42. I just finished The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin and I enjoyed it. It's about magic and faith, will and fate, and the bonds of family and love and loss.

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  43. The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron. Dual time-line and exquisite writing!

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  44. What If It's Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera sounds like a great YA book.

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  45. You, Me, Everything by Catherine Isaac (aka Jane Costello) and a new book by Paige Toon that comes out in May.

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  46. cracked kingdom by erin watt, one of the best series,

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  47. Prince in Disguise! It's so sweet and funny and swoony.

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  48. Past Tense by Lee Child which is not out until November. Lee Child writes amazing thrillers and never disappoint.

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  49. Secret Heir (Dynasty, #1) by M.J. Prince. It's a debut book and it's magical! Breathtaking. Everything!

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  50. The Dutch Wife - WW2 hist fic that I’m looking forward to

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  51. Don't miss I Have Lost my Way because Gayle Forman writes such amazing, emotional stories.

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  52. The Pale Dreamer by Samantha Shannon - this series is amazing!

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  53. the second book by josiah bancroft because the first one Senlin ascends was so good x

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  54. Anne Bishop's Lake Silence. It's a great series & the author has created an intriguing world.

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  55. Don't miss Obsidio, the final book in he Illuminae series. It is a great science fiction series!

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  56. I've just started reading an ARC of Beautiful Liars by Isobel Ashdown. I can already tell it's worth recommending, there is a very interesting and dark character who is intriguing me.

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  57. While You Sleep by Stephanie Merritt - really scary - I couldn't put it down

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  58. I am interested in Tangerine By Christina Mangan. In fact I pre-ordered it, but it's not out yet.
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    {in the contest I am Margot C__ on the Rafflecopter}

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  59. The Rebels of Gold by Elise Kova! It was the perfect end to the series

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  60. Gallery of the Dead by Chris Carter. Absolutely love his books and this one doesn't disappoint. Although it's part of a series you can read them as a stand-alone but you would get more of the back story of Hunter and Garcia if you read them in order. Very happy to say that my pic is the man himself and me (igore me lol). Managed to meet him on Valentines' Day and he's lovely.

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  61. To Kill a Kingdom! I love retellings but this one is so creative and original! It was dark and amazing, I loved it! I can see Suze that you are reading it, can't wait to know what you think of it

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  62. Covert Games I have not got it yet but can't wait to get my hands on it the hole series by Christine Feehan is so great!

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  63. but my share on facebook in the wrong thing but it into Author Contest sorry so i but into share to so don't know what to do about it. Stacey A Smith

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