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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Books of Choice Worth $33 Giveaway



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46 comments:

  1. Ooh, that's a tough question. I love so many. I'd say The Dragonrider's Pern series. I own all of them in hard cover and they are worn from so many rereads.

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  2. Pride and Prejudice because it is perfect! hahah I don't really have a reason why I love it I just do!

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  3. Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs is my favorite book of all time. I like it because of all the diversities of the children who just continue to push thru and enjoy their lives and make friends :)

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  4. I don't really have a single favorite, but I do like choose-your-own-adventure-type books. It's really fun being able to read through different endings and paths.

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  5. Ooh, you like to ask really hard questions, Suze! I suppose mine has to be Alice In Wonderland/Through The Looking Glass but then I also have a little book of children's poetry from when I was little that I still look through every now & again. Oh, and my book of Greek Myths that belonged to Mum in College & I read when I was about 8. It smells a bit musty now but it's full of all those wonderful tales! Now the why is probably the same for all three: they pick me up and transport me to the most magical places imaginable. Beats working 9 - 5 any day!

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  6. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Beautifully written, with interesting, realistic and flawed characters. It's about morals, ethics, justice, truth, choice. It's about the day you realise that the world is not a kind place, that bad things happen to good people. It's a book about childhood, about life, about everything.

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  7. Mine is The Stand by Stephen King. I love the good versus evil theme and I read it often because I really enjoy it

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  8. That's a difficult question. Probably the first Gerald Durrell book, The Overloaded Ark. It's about his travels around The Cameroons collecting animals in 1947. Whilst people may not agree with collecting animals now, that was what happened all those years ago. But his books are very funny.

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  9. Feral Sins by Suzanne Wright because I love Trey he is so possessive and I love that.
    I love how feisty Taryn is. And I love the story.....

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  10. A recent favorite of mine is Turtles all the way Down because I felt seen and understood as someone with anxiety and OCD. I really connected with the main character Aza.

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  11. Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice is mesmerizing and pulls you in

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  12. That might be "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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  13. I would have to say Gone With the Wind. I love the characters and the story.

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  14. LONESOME DOVE by Larry McMurtry - an epic historical read full of memorable characters.

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  15. Pride and Prejudice! It got me through some tough stuff.

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  16. Magician by Raymond E Feist. It made me read in English and I have never looked back

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  17. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas - the perfect book of revenge, my ultimate go to when I need a familiar read!!

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  18. The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green. It's beautifully written.

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  19. That's tough to answer, probably Pride and Prejudice, it's smart and Darcy and Elizabeth have great chemistry, and it's just a perfect comfort read.

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  20. Memories of Ice by Steven Erikson - third book in Tales of the Malazan Book of the Fallen high fantasy series - shows war in all its parts from the horror to the heroic with a truly amazing cast of characters in a fully realised, and the most extensive, fantasy world with its own rules, its own magic, and many different intelligent races. I cannot recommend this author highly enough for those who enjoy a complex fantasy and do not mind being thrown in at the deep end initally. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for all your lovely giveaways :o)

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  21. I don't think I have an all time favorite. I have books I have a lot of fond memories about like Waterfall by Lisa T Bergren or Beautiful disaster by Jamie McGuirre but my taste changes a lot even over months so I cant say one that I would call an all time favorite.

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  22. It's hard to answer but i would say the harry potter series is my all time favorite.

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  23. I have too many favorite books and series to begin to narrow it down to one book. Some of my favorite series are Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress (and related) series, Kresley Cole's Immortals after Dark series, Darynda Jones' Charley Davidson series, Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson series, Ilona Andrews' Kate Daniels series, Dianne Duvall's Immortal Guardians series, Karen Moning's Highlander and Fever series, and Nalini Singh's Guild Hunters and Psy-Changling series.

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  24. Edenbrooke because it's sweet, well-written, clean, and ends happily.

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  25. "The Chalk Man" by C. J. Tudor :-) Perfect chilling tale, filled with mystery and intrigue, and plenty of shocks and surprises!

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  26. The Bronze Horseman because it is such an amazing love story!

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  27. I'm not sure which one is the favorite because I just love with the capacity to make me forget everything else and just concentrate on the story.
    I really liked Dorian Gray but then I also like the Divergent series, as well as the Mortal Instruments and Maze Runner... Not sure really.

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  28. My favorite isThe Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald

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  29. Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series is my favorite, because of her fascinating characters and fantastic world building.

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  30. One of my all times favorites is Dark Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon,every book is unique,and she has amazing writing style :)

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  31. I don't have a favourite book but I love Susan Elizabeth Phillips and her Chicago stars series.

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  32. "What's your all time favorite book and why?" Maybe "Alice In Wonderland"! It's perfectly written, endlessly fun, and you can read it over and over!

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  33. As an adult, I have far too many books to choose a favourite. So I'll go for my childhood favourite: The Tale of Georgie Grub. I never tired of that book, even though I could recite it word for word.

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  34. Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh, because it's the first book of an amazing series.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  35. Rival by Penelope Douglas. She's my favourite author. She writes angsty romances and those are my favourite.

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  36. I like the Godfather books

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  37. If i have to choose really only one so far, then..my favorite book of all time would be Notes from a Big Country by Bill Bryson. It's very funny and I can relate to some of the situations. It's a collection of articles which I like to reread over and over again. I like Bill Bryson's writing style and his point of views. Very inspiring. My favorite genre is mystery, but it turns out that my favorite books are in various genres.

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  38. My favorite might be Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. It is a great ending to a great series. I love the look forward at the end when we see Harry, Ginny, Hermione, and Ron as adults with kids of their own.

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  39. Most Josephine Cox books, they are easy reading

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  40. Probably Wuthering Heights because Heathcliffe is such a strong presence

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  41. Possibly Riders by Jilly Cooper. Loved how "risque" it was when it came out. I picked it up in hardback and it had a photo of a horse on the front, so I thought it was just about horses. Turns out it was, but had much much more as well. A well-loved favourite even now.

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  42. the hunger games series. i love katniss and the whole story is so exciting

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  43. You can't beat the Harry Potter books, so magical

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  44. Tweet for 8/12 - https://twitter.com/SStrode/status/1028706417493069826

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  45. Harry Potter series. I grew up with the series and it made me fall in love with books and made me want to read more.

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