Thursday, August 30, 2012

Back to the Books Giveaway Hop!

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Welcome to stop #115 (as of now) of the Back to the Books giveaway hop! I'm guessing most people are going back to school now, or are about to. But there is still time to fit in some last minute FUN reading! (Or just weekend reading too.) So here is what you can enter-to-win here at my blog. :)

I have two ARCs to choose from. One winner will get to choose ONE of the following, and if the entries are piling in, (I especially like the follow-by-email option) then I might choose a second winner for the book left....or it will be the prize for the next hop I participate in.


ARC of The Book of Blood and Shadow by Robin Wasserman
OR
ARC of Tempest by Julie Cross (weird cover art, eh?)

The first is unread, and the second has very slight wear, read once or twice. Just an fyi.

It's easy, just enter the Rafflecopter below, and have a fantastic day!


26 comments:

  1. I was recommended Taking Shots by Toni Aleo and I loved it so much.

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  2. My friend recommended the Walking Chaos trilogy by Patrick Ness. I wouldn't have ever read it if it wasn't for her, and I'm glad I did because it was so awesome!

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  3. A read Such a Rush on recommendation and loved it!

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  4. I was required to read The Giver, The Contender, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and Out of the Dust for my YA literature class. From those, Out of the Dust was my favorite, although I liked all of them.

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  5. I read The Nightmare Academy by Dean Lorey for a book club and really liked it!

    Suz Reads

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  6. The Chronicles of Elantra series by Michelle Sagara was recommended to me, and it's quickly become one of my fave series!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  7. The book "Beautiful Disaster" was recommended to me by a friend, and I thought it sounded a bit cliche. But I positively loved it.

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  8. I really enjoyed Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins and didn't think I would. Thanks!

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  9. Sorry, but I'm drawing a blank on your question. :) I can't think of any book recommended by a friend that I wouldn't have read otherwise. My friends and I know each other pretty well and all like the same books. :) Thanks for your giveaway.

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  10. Keeping the Castle was recommended and I enjoyed it!

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  11. No required reading and no recommendations. However, I just finished the first three books in the Tiger's Curse series and am super excited to see the next book comes out tomorrow! =)

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  12. Required for a review was The Last Prophet by Jeff W. Horton. I have written my review and need to re-read for any mistakes.
    No recommendations except for blogs on library thing and good reads.

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  13. No real reccomendations or required stuff. But I did do a random read challenge and really enjoyed Forgotten by Cat Patrick and Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes.

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  14. I hated being told what to read in the summer time...I hate that in general

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  15. For a blog tour I "had" to read Unravel Me, the sequel to Shatter Me!

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  16. I was recommended Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan.

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  17. I read 2 of the twilight books over the summer

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  18. My friend recommended The tea rose.. Which is set in 1888 and not really something I would ever pick up. I'm not into old historical books. But it was quite good and I really enjoyed it!

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  19. Robyn Carr, just started her series and love it

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  20. I recommend The Sky is Everywhere :)

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  21. I recommend The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

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  22. I recommend Kristen Calihan's series "Darkest London"

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  23. I probably would have never read The Iron Druid Chronicles if my husband hadn't talked about the series so highly! About mid July, I picked up the first book and just finished book 4 yesterday. They were not at all what I expected, and in fact, our teenaged children are all reading them. We have already pre ordered several copies of Book 5 when it releases in November. I highly recommend them!!
    Lisa Hackney

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