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Sunday, July 29, 2018

$35 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


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45 comments:

  1. Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh. A psychological thriller that was engaging, engrossing and kept me guessing until the very end.

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  2. All your Perfects by Colleen Hoover!

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  3. Well at the moment I'm reading the Twilight series, I've now read two and am on my 3rd one, so this is my July reading and I'm really enjoying though vampires aren't really my thing.

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  4. "What's your book of July 2018 and why?" "Endless Water, Starless Sky"--it sounds like an exciting fantasy!

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  5. Wendy Lou Jones' A Piece of my Heart ! It is a lovely book and she is one of my favorite authors.

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  6. I don't really get time for reading but my Mum reads a lot so would love to win a book for her.

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  7. Prayers for the stolen by Jennifer Clement cos it makes you think. All those trying to cross to the US do so for a reason

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  8. The Kingmaker Daughter by Philippa Gregory,love to read about War of Roses :)

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  9. Queen of the North by Anne O'Brian - loved it!

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  10. I've only just started 'Give Me Your Hand' by Megan Abbott and am thoroughly enjoying it so far. I can't comment on the actual content yet but it is my favourite genre.

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  11. An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena. I love her style of writing with awesome story with a twist.

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  12. I have not read any books this month

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  13. I enjoyed Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble. I liked the story and the characters.

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  14. Creature by Hunter Shea. It scared me but good. LOL

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  15. The Thief by J.R. Ward was my favorite book this month. It is an exciting addition to the Black Dagger Brotherhood series.

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  16. No Ordinary Love by J.J. Murray. It's a love story with a lot of heart and especially hope.

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  17. The 'Lilac Girls' as I like that it is from the perspective of non-Jewish victims as well as a German perpetrators.
    jan

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  18. I haven't read yet in July. It's been a crazy month.

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  19. I had two 5-star reads this month: The Other Side of Lost and Let Me List the Ways. Both just hit me really hard, emotionally, and ultimately, let me overjoyed.

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  20. Electric Dreams by Philip K Dick - the short stories they used to create the recent TV series. I don't read a lot of sci-fi but his stories really grabbed me - you wouldn't think they were written and published decades ago as his stories about what it means to be human are just as relevant today, and will still be relevant in the future. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for all the fantastic giveaways :o)

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  21. MONSOON by Wilbur Smith was fabulous. A fabulous glimpse into history.

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  22. I didn't read a book released in july 2018 yet. But Sea Witch looks really awesome!
    Thank you so much for the giveaway!! 35$ is A LOT!

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  23. I want to read Sea Witch - it comes out tomorrow! I love a good villain backstory.

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  24. Joey Essex's - Being Reem - he is just so funny! He really thought that his shoes which had water repellent stuff on them meant he could walk on water lol!

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  25. It wasn't released this month, but I read Hard as it Gets by Laura Kaye. I like that it's a standalone novel, but still leaves plenty to be continued in the rest of the series.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  26. I've read a few books so far this month, none of which are newly published. My favorite of these is 6 Killer Bodies by Stephanie Bond. I love her Body Movers series!

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  27. The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams. I really enjoyed this book!

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  28. The End of Average, very interesting

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  29. Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer, because it's timely, realistic subject matter delivered in the most emotional way.

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  30. The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison was an exceptional book.

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  31. I really enjoyed Connie Shelton's Sweets Galore. I really liked watching Sam solve the murder.

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  32. Awaken the Darkness by Dianne Duvall is my favorite July book. It's well-written and has great characters and character interactions.

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  33. "How to Be Famous" by Caitlin Moran is my July reading. Hilarious, utterly original, unabashedly feminist comedy :-)

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  34. July was one of those months where I didn't read anything but magazine articles in waiting rooms or check out isles... 8th of August and it isn't getting any better! I must say, that I think I might be looking forward to September just a wee bit. ;)

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  35. not sure, a cozy mystery for sure

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  36. The Atomic City Girls by Janet Beard. The history was so fascinating.

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  37. I've only read one book this month, the reluctant fundamentalist, but I found it quite disappointing!

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  38. The cake shop in the garden by Carole Matthews it has such a good storyline and great characters

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  39. The call of the curlew by Elizabeth Brooks

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  40. I don't think it was released in July, but I read Coming Home by Fern Britton last month and I really enjoyed it. It was a level above the usual family drama novel.

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  41. Flip Trick by Amo Jones. I've read it, it's a tabu story - stepbrother romance. I love those.

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  42. "Fool's Quest", by Robin Hobb was the favourite book that I read in July, because I love the characters and the story.

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