Thursday, July 31, 2014

Beach Reads in August Giveaway Hop

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Summer is coming to a close, school is about to start once more.  For many, this means 1 last chance to hit the beach for some summer reading!

So the question always comes up: What are some great beach reads.  Well here are some I would recommend:

Summer Promise (Christy Miller, #1)Envy
The Summer I Became a NerdAshes on the WavesThe Madman's Daughter (The Madman's Daughter, #1)The Lovely Bones  
I am sure there are many others but certain things come to mind for beach reachs.  Water, light and summer.  So there are some titles that qualify.   Honestly I will not read at a beach.  My previous 2 attempts were disastrous to my books so nope.  TOO windy or too many people around for my taste.  But if I were to find a quiet beach these might be nice.  

Now, on the the giveaway!  I am offering you the chance to win any THREE books you want from the book depository that you would take to the beach with you.

First place Winner:  THREE books of their choice of Beach Reads from The Book Depository

Second Place: SWAG KIT   I have a lot of swag so I have an manilla envelope full of bookmarks, a keychain, a poster, stickers and more for fellow booklovers!

Rules
As always-Be Honest.  Entries will be verified-false entries will result in complete disqualification and I do check.  I am in between jobs so time is not an issue.  I cannot stand cheating!  Last giveaway that ended I had to got through 6 people to find a legit winner. 


Any comments or likes must be made on date of entry (previous actions do not count).  No unliking something to re-like it later!!  I keep very detailed spreadsheets of previous giveaway entries and screenshots of these so I do know who has done what for the most part.  

Liking I hunt killers will not count as I already have a separate giveaway for it here.


Also be sure to include your rafflecopter name or email when you comment if it is different from your comment name.  So I know who you are.

The chosen winners will have 48 hours to respond with their chosen titles and address once I have emailed them to claim winnings.
 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

 Be sure to check out my other giveaways shown in the top right column!!!

 

160 comments:

  1. Ooh I'm the first entry! 0.0 lol. The best book I read this summer was The Lovely and the Lost by Page Morgan. I looove that series! Thanks for the giveaway

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  2. Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo, it was the perfect ending to the series.

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  3. Oh, the best? Hmm, that's a tough one! I'd have to say Ten Tiny Breaths by K.A. Tucker! It was an amazing tear-jerker that made it on my favorites of 2014 list. :)

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  4. Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson. I just really loved this book so much.

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  5. I genuinely like Don't Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout, as well as The Pledge series by Kimberly Derting. Boneseeker by Brynn Chapman. It has been a really good summer!

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  6. I loved On the Fence by Kasie West, To All the Boys by Jenny Han, and Boys Don't Knit by T.S Easton, to name a few.

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  7. Rogue by Katy Evans. I didn't think it could get better than Remy, but Greyson definitely gives him a run for his money. His attitude is so different, I wasn't sure I'd like him as much. Wrong! Also, the whole Rosemary Beach series (Abbi Glines). I don't really know what to say...yummm. Rush and Woods talk so dirty, but they are the sweetest guys. Rush's adoration of Blaire and their baby is sexy as hell.

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  8. I have so many that I have read recently! Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood, Wool by Hugh Howey, The Kiss of Deception my Mary E. Pearson...just to name a few.

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  9. The best book I've read this summer is "Shadow & Bone (Grisha Trilogy Book #1)" by Leigh Bardugo. It's sort of a mythical, magical take on Russia. (I really don't know how to better describe it, so here's the Goodreads link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10194157-shadow-and-bone) I read this and the second book in the series, "Siege & Storm," in less than two days. Now I'm VERY IMPATIENTLY waiting for the library to make the third book available to me since I don't have the funds to buy it yet!!

    Thank you for offering this giveaway!

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  10. The best,...hmmm, that was The distance Beetwen Us by KAsie West. I really surprise when i know i just finish read this book only 2 days, and my sister like this book too. Usually she not really fond read novels, but this book, she say she like it :)

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  11. Well I read Anna and The French Kiss and it was so sweeeet :)
    My rafflecopter name is Neira

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  12. The best book I've read this summer was A Darkness Strange & Lovely by Susan Dennard. It's the sequel to Something Strange & Deadly. I tend to like second books best, because they expand on the world and really let you live there. Anyway, this was the first book to get my over my Gemma Doyle withdrawal. I loved the setting of 1876 Philadelphia and the magic wa complex and cool.

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  13. Archangel kiss by Nalini Singh the second book in the hunter guild series. i really loved it because it follow book 1 perfecltly and was so captivating that i couldn't put it down. We follow elena in her transformation and learning about the new rules, discovering new caracther we want more of, the investigation is really keeping us on edge and even better the end is perfecty no cliffhanger really and it round well on Elena relationship to let us want to learn about another caracther without missing her

    honestly though i would,'t read on a beach either^^ too afraid my book would finish damaged

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  14. It would probably be The spectacular now by Tim Tharp. It follows a young boy who's dealing with family problems, relationships and plans for the future; nothing new or originial, but i think it was written in an unique way!
    I loved that the characters felt utterly honest. They come with their flaws but they have so much heart and they feel so real! The narration was really funny and smart. I'll probably reread it next summer :)

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  15. I read we were liars this summer and I really enjoyed it! it started as an average summer read but the end left me shocked!

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  16. I just finished reading Just one day by Gayle Forman and have to say that I love the book! It is perfect reading for summer days.
    Jenna

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  17. I really enjoyed We Were Liars and Rebel Belle for different reasons!

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  18. The best book I read this summer is the book I am reading now. Don't Breath a Word by Jennifer McMahon. I'm almost finished and I don't want it to end. It's about a girl who believes in fairies and goes missing, I don't want to say to much.

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  19. Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst. It's set in the desert and is about gods and goddesses who inhabit human bodies and live centuries helping a certain desert clan. it's ingenious.

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  20. The best book I read this summer has to have been "The Moment of Everything" by Shelly King. It's about this awesome character named Maggie who finds a book that has love letters written in the margins! It's also a great "finding yourself" novel, I think.

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  21. I think the best book I've read this summer is Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira. Although I wouldn't classify this as a beach read (too sad, I don't want to start crying at the beach haha), I read it at the beginning of this summer and loved everything about it! :) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  22. The best book that I have read this summer is Ladies Night. Although I could not relate too much to the characters I have many girlfriends that could.

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  23. Best book I read was To Kill A Mockingbird :)

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  24. Read many nice books this last month.

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  25. Definitely Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo, amazing book and perfect ending of a perfect trilogy. Fantasy world that the author created, complex characters and great writing leave you absolutely brethless.
    Thanks for a giveaway! :)

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  26. Ruin and Rising! I was kinda disappointed with the ending. :/

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  27. I loved Graceling - set in a fantasy world and it was so much fun!

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  28. I've just finished reading the Bulegrass Series Collection by Kathleen Brooks. I had read the first book, Bluegrass State of Mind several times before so I started with book two. I think it's safe to say I loved both Risky Shot and Dead Heat. I read all day and nearly got both of them finished in one sitting! I only stopped when I couldn't keep my eyes open any longer.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  29. My fav this summer would definitely be the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi. It is about a girl who can't touch anyone because she drains their energy. Amazin!

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  30. The best book I've read this summer is The Winner's Curse. It is amazing and everyone has to read it.

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  31. probably You by Austin Grossman. It's about a guy who re-connects with his high school friends at a gaming company and has to deal with a game artifact that has a mind of its own.

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  32. I just finished reading Fire and Flood by Veronica Scott and absolutely loved it! I didn't expect to like it as much as I did tho. The reviews I've read about it did ring true. It was like a combination of The Hunger Games and Pokemon which was pure genius imho =))

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  33. I read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams... It's a really fun and funny book. I would put it in a Sci-fi catagory :) It's really hard to explain without spoiling xD But, let's say it's weird, funny and interesting :D

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  34. Robopogenesis, it's a sequel to Robopocalypse. It's the end of the world due to a robot uprising. It's good but a bit gory at times.

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  35. I think it's On the Fence so far :) It was a really cute and fun read.

    Eileen @ BookCatPin :)

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  36. I just finished Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi, I love that whole series.

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  37. It is the book I am currently nearing the end of, Looking for Alaska by John Green. That man is an amazing writer and he can stir up so may emotions..and also you can learn a lot from his books. Thank you for the giveaway :)

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  38. I really liked Bite & Release by Cory Cyr... It's not exactly what I would consider a beach read but it's a great book nonetheless!

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  39. I have been reading A fault in Our Stars about two young people with advanced disease process girl has lung problems wears oxygen all the time and the boy lost a leg to cancer, very interesting

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  40. So far the best book I've read this summer was The Fault in Our stars but a close second would be If I Stay. Book were very emotional reads, about young teens and going through the hardest things imaginable at their ages.

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  41. I read The Promise by Robyn Carr. It is one of her newest and another part of her Thunder Point sereies. I got to read my mother in laws copy. The main plot of the book is about a Dr. who runs a clinic in a small town, he is a widower. Peyton is the girl who did't plan on becoming involved with anyone for a long time if ever. But love seems to win out. It ha the usual great community that Robyn portrays in all her books too. Good read!

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  42. I just recently started reading Written in My Own Heart's Blood. I've waited 3 years for this one to come out!! So far it’s SO GOOD!! It has a lot of romance which is one thing I love about it. And it has adventure and action. And I cannot wait for the TV Series on the 9th to come out. I’m so excited!!

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  43. midnight thief by livia blackburne!

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  44. (Zairah Divino)
    Summer, in my country, is from March-May. One of my favorite reads then is Bloom by Marilyn Grey. It's a romance story, but mostly it focuses on the beauty of people. I think the author did a good job on writing about true beauty. :)

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  45. I read the Lunar Chronicles, which I loveeed but I also read some awesome contemporaries like The Distance Between Us and On The Fence. :) ohmygosh you put Christie Miller's up!! I secretly love those (secretly because they're totes cheesy :p). Hehe. Thanks for hosting this epic giveaway;! :D

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  46. That's a really hard question! Probably The 5th Wave, finally getting around to reading it was so great! I loved the story of the alien invasion, it was done so differently from other stories like this.

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  47. I just read The Outlander. It is a great time travel book set a couple hundred years ago!

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  48. I commented with the wrong email. So here it is again... "Rogue by Katy Evans. I didn't think it could get better than Remy, but Greyson definitely gives him a run for his money. His attitude is so different, I wasn't sure I'd like him as much. Wrong! Also, the whole Rosemary Beach series (Abbi Glines). I don't really know what to say...yummm. Rush and Woods talk so dirty, but they are the sweetest guys. Rush's adoration of Blaire and their baby is sexy as hell."

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  49. Hmm. I just finished Open Road Summer. Its about this girl who goes on a Road trip with her best friend whose a country singer and they have heaps of fun and fall in love and heaps of drama?

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  50. favourite so far is QUeen of SOmeday by Sherry Ficklin

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  51. Favourite so far is Queen of Someday by Sherry Ficklin

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  52. I just reread Perfect Chemistry and A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin. It was surprisingly great. The book cover looked a little corny but I love Sophie Jordan so I read it anyway and I am really glad I did. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  53. Probably the one I'm reading right now; Opal (Lux #3). I adore this series! I mean it has sexy aliens, awesome powers and characters that I love to hate. The twists aren't super dramatic and the characters are easy to get along with so, yeah, summer isn't over yet here but my current book has to be my favourite!:)

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  54. The best book I've read this summer is The Selection. I honestly never expected to like it as much as I did. It's dystopian and the story revolves around America who is entered in the Selection where she competes with a bunch of other girls to become Prince Maxon's wife. If you hear it like this it may not sound so great, but I absolutly fell in love with America and Maxon. I just started the second book and can't wait to find out more. This is Jamie Coudeville in the rafflecopter

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  55. The best book I have read this summer is Eon. It is about a girl who is training to become the companion of the dragon that cycle. I can't really say to much or I would be spoiling the story very quick but,basically she faces many different challenges because she is crippled so she has to figure out her own way to try to potentially connect to her dragon. So many things happen and its just such a good story! i really can't do it justice because its so hard to try to explain without giving away the story...

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  56. I just read not long ago The Kiss of Deception and it was mind-blowing. I'm dying to read the next book, soo good :P

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  57. Currently reading "Picking Lemons" and enjoying it. Other than re-reading my favorite series it's the first new book I've read this summer.

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  58. The best book I read was the Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen

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  59. I loved Ketchup Clouds and Forgive Me Leonard Peacock. I'm not sure what to say about them but both books were amazing and I read them quickly which is a sure sign that I enjoyed them.

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  60. I just finished Inconvenient Corpse.

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  61. Haven't read anything new, but I've bought a lot of new releases. been reading old stuff. Anna and the French kiss was awesome.

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  62. The best book I have read this summer is The Winner's Curse! It was well written and had a complex plot.

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  63. I think one of the best books I've read this summer is probably Obsidian by Jennifer L Armentrout :) I really love her books so I bought the new hardback bindups of the lux series :) definitely worth a read!

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  64. So many! I just finished reading Jenna Black's Replica and enjoyed it.

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  65. Best books so far I have read this summer are the books from The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. Clare is good at putting plot twists and is good at loveships. :)

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  66. The best book I read this summer was my all-time favorite novel, Gaudy Night by Dorothy Sayers. I've read it probably ten times. It's a mystery set at Oxford in the 1930s and includes a lot of discussion on one's vocation in life and being true to your calling, which I find really fascinating.

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  67. Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor. It is about two races of beings forever at war with each other, but due to the main character, come together as allies.

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  68. Oh~ Destiny by Cindy Ray Hale! It's actually a good book, you should try it. :)

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  69. Hello! :D The best book I've read this summer? I'm gonna go with More Shit My Dad Says. It's the sequel to Shit My Dad Says, which is a book that came from a Twitter page called @shitmydadsays. There aren't a lot of books that can make me laugh out loud, but these definitely can!

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  70. Still the best thing I've read this summer was A House in the Sky - totally not a genre I would go for, but I'm so happy I made this exception!!

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  71. My favourite book of the summer was definetely The Fault in Our Stars. :) Everyone knows how good it is and what it's about so I'm not going to go in details. :)

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  72. Teaching Roman by Gennifer Albin! It's set mostly in Mexico which made me feel like I was at the beach!

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  73. Cast in Flames by Michelle Sagara was fantastic and I'm currently reading Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews that I'm loving!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  74. Just finished JR Ward's The King and loved it, but I've read her whole series. I actually finished all 600+ pgs on a flight to Costa Rica. :)

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  75. rush too far by Abbi Glines

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  76. That's very difficult... I read the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas which was FANTASTIC. I also read and loved The Arcana Chronicles by Kresley Cole, Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo, and many more.

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  77. The best book I read this summer was Breakable by Tammara Webber! Thanks!

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  78. The best book i read this summer so far was The fault in Our Stars i couldn't put the book down it has love, health problems and death in it.

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  79. I have to choose a book I'm reading right now. It's called Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I about half way through. I realize it's been out for awhile but there are so many books to read. I've been thinking how much I wanted to read this book when I was at the library and happy they had it. I love it so far. Difficult to put down.

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  80. Foreplay by Sophie Jordan was really good :D

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  81. Slammed trilogy by Colleen Hoover and To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han =)

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  82. I read Madly, Deeply by Erica Crouch. It's a dark romance inspired by the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe

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  83. My favorite beach read was We Were Liars by E. Lockhart! The story was unusual yet captivating, and the atmosphere was eerie (I even had goosebumps!). Oh and the ending, it was really unexpected. Thanks for the giveaway :D

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  84. My best read for this summer is crown of midnight by Sarah Maas. Just. Plain. Awesome. ;)

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  85. The best book I read this summer has been Kelley York's Suicide Watch. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  86. Eleanor and Park... is absolutly amazing :)

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  87. Eleanor and Park... is absolutly amazing :)

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  88. I'm actually currently rereading all my older Joy Fielding books. I so love them!

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  89. I read a lot of books that I liked this summer, but I think I loved Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover and Mine by Katy Evans most. They both where awesome, though they are not beach reads lol.

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  90. I read Air Bound by Christine Feehan and loved it. I can't wait for the next book in the series.

    jmesparza821 at gmail dot com

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  91. So far that would be On the Island by Tracey Garvis Graves. Survival and romance! :D

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  92. So far that would be Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes. I've been trying to get into high fantasy and this was a perfect way to start it off!

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  93. The best summer books I read so far was, On the Fence, The Art of Lainey and The Geography of You and Me. :)

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  94. Probably, The Assassin's Blade. Thrilling at the beginning and the ending is just so so sad :(

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  95. The best book I read this summer was Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver. I really did not like the first book in the trilogy and Pandemonium shocked me in a good way. The main character was way less annoying and it had a little bit more of an action feel while Delirium, to me, seemed ,for more than half of the book, slow-paced and somewhat contemporary-like.

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  96. On The Fence by Kasie West.It's fun.Thanks!

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  97. I recently read Nalini Singh's Rock Addiction and loved it!

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  98. One of the best books I've read this summer was The Dream Thieves. Complex characters, cute boys, and a sprinkle of romance! It's so good that I'm re-reading it.

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  99. I just finished Silver Shadows by Richelle Mead. I can't tell you much about it because in case you haven't read it yet, but it was so awesome and I can't wait to read the 6th book. It sucks I have to wait a year or so to do so. :(

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  100. The best book I've read this summer is Of Neptune by Anna Banks. Definitely a beach read since it is a book about mermaids! Loveee it! :)

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  101. So far it has been Shadowcursed by Gleo Fleisher! It's a fantasy novel about a thief for hire who is growing too old for his job and is worrying about having to retire. He does a 'last job' and finds an artifact that could change everything.
    Mary G Loki

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  102. Styxx by Sherrilyn Kenyon is the best book I have read this summer. This paranormal romance is part of her Dark Hunter series. It tells the story of Acheron's twin brother, Styxx.

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  103. Patricia Briggs' Night Broken is the best book I've read so far this summer. It's the installment in the Mercy Thompson UF series.

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  104. Oh the best book would be Making Faces by Amy Harmon

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  105. The best book I've read this summer is Half a King by Joe Abercrombie. It has about half the page count of Abercrombie's previous fantasy novels, and it still contains plenty of his trademark wry wit and appealing characters, so it's a terrific introduction to his work.

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  106. Err, i haven’t read any new release book yet, i’m still on my catching up stage. But the best book i’ve read in the last few months is Oppa & I by Orizuka. I don’t know if you know her or not. She’s a local writer in Indonesia. And the book is about a sister and a brother that just meet again after 5 years separation due to their parents circumstances. It’s a cute book actually :) Too bad you might can’t read it.

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  107. I just read Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay. I love retellings and this was a great one. I love how she mixed and matched pieces of the original Beauty and the Beast in her two main characters. I was captivated from the very first sentence and was frantically flipping pages until the very end. Highly recommended.

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  108. I started the Peaches Monroe series and loved it!

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  109. Into the Still Blue--a perfect ending to a wonderful trilogy :)

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  110. MORE THAN THIS by Patrick Ness was really good! It was super intense and had a good plot and character development :D Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  111. I've only read Abundance of Katherines by John Green and I liked it

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  112. That would be Partials its a dystopia

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  113. Mine would be BROKEN HEARTS FENCES AND OTHER THINGS TO MEND by KATIE FINN. Such a great beach read.

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  114. My favorite so far was The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks. It's from Night Angel fantasy trilogy, and it was impossible to put down.

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  115. I've read many good books this summer. I think one of the best was The Mark of the Dragonfly.

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  116. The best book I've read so far this summer has probably been Play Me Backwards by Adam Selzer. It's a humorous coming of age YA book set in Iowa.

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  117. The best book so far has probably been Saving Amelie. It's about an American German who goes back to Germany to find out her father has been setting her up her whole life to be the perfect specimen for breading pure German children. She ends up hiding a deaf child during WW2 and hiding herself from people who would use her just to breed. It was fascinating.

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  118. We Were Liars!!!! :) I would love to tell you about it, but I can't. I truly can't. You have to go in knowing NOTHING.

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  119. I loved The Falconer, imaginative, exciting, a fantastic heroine. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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  120. I read An abundance of Katherines by John Green like a month ago and it was great! It's a really funny book about what becomes of a child prodigy when he grows up.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. My favorite read of this summer was Tempting Fate. It is by April White. It is the second book in the series.

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  122. I'm really enjoying The Will by Kristen Ashley!

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  123. The best book I read so far this summer would have to be The Graveyard Book, which I picked up because I had heard so much great things about it. It's about this kid named Nobody Owens who gets taken in by tons of ghosts and ghouls at a graveyard when he was a child because some man killed his entire family.

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  124. So far it has been 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill, a book of horror stories. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  125. Profile of Terror by Alexa Grace. A sheriff and his girlfriend, a former FBI profiler are trying to catch a serial killer, who is killing women in the area.

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  126. Steven Manchester's Pressed Pennies. A lot of reflection and definitely a story about hope and faith. Do give it a go!

    Thanks for this!

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  127. The Summer I Turned Pretty. It's such a fun and sweet story.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  128. I loved "Be with Me" by J. Lynn. It was so good and well written.

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  129. I really enjoyed Styxx by Sherrilyn Kenyon. You get to see why he is the way he is.

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  130. I have not read any because I haven't had time outside of work and school!

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  131. The one I'm reading now, Spellcaster by Cara Lynn Shultz. As a sequel to a typical YA para/rom, it has its flaws, but for some reason these books got me so hooked!

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  132. The best book I read this summer was Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh. She has a website where she posts funny texts and comics, and some of the stories were put in the book... it's just hilarious!

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  133. I just finished Let Me Go by LL Akers and it was about the cycle of abuse and finally overcoming it. That's always a good thing.

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  134. I think it must be The Rosie Project. Very deep!
    Also, I'm sorry about all the cheaters :(
    ~Irene

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  135. I don't think my comment went through?
    I think it's The Rosie Project. It was really, really good!

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  136. I read Mocking Jay the 3rd in the Hunger games series
    I honestly didn't care for the ending

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  137. Something About You by Julie James! It's the first book of a series about FBI agents and US attorneys.

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  138. I read Cinder last week actually and I LOVED it! I was put off at first because of the whole robot thing. But it was so fun to read.

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  139. I read If I Stay, it was a great story. I loved how the flashbacks were so seamless!

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  140. The best book I read this summer was All the Light We Cannot See.
    It was beautiful!

    -Cameran

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  141. Definitely Ruin and Rising! I was so happy with the way the trilogy ended! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  142. I finished Fan Art a couple days ago and it was just complete cuteness. I was so excited to read it, since I've been waiting since the book has been announced. It definitely didn't let me down.

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  143. The Shatter Me series, it was amazing. I couldn't stop reading it, mostly because of Warner :)

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  144. My favourite book I read this summer is Illuminate by Aimee Agresti. I know I'm a bit late to the party, but I finally managed to buy it for a decent price and I absolutely fell in love with the characters. Awesome read!

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  145. I re-read 3 or 4 series, which I love... I can't choose between them. All of them rock, they are emotional and some have humor, some have angst, all have hot leads :D

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  146. don't have a best yet, haven't had much reading time this year - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  147. Escorted was one of the books and I found it informative and intriguing.

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  148. Tough question! I've read so many great books this summer that it is hard to pick just one. I will have to go with City of Heavenly Fire just because I loved that series

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  149. I was looking around your site for something to give a comment on and as I kept going here and then over there and I realized that I was having such a great time looking around that I realized I should comment on your site. I wanted to comment on what a terrific site you have and how easy I found it to navigate. I think it has wonderful color and all the information on any type of book one's heart desires right at your finger tips. This is one on the best around and together sites I have ever been on. I will use it a lot and thank you taking the time you must have to make it so user friendly and wonderful.

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  150. Misery Loves Company by Rene Gutteridge.

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  151. Can You Keep A Secret by Sophie Kinsella. I picked it up for something light to read and didn't really expect much from it, but I ended up loving it and really enjoyed it!

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  152. My favorite read of the summer was Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, it was so sweet and adorable.

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  153. The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith. Second book in the detective/mystery series and Strike was investigating a murder of an author. It was fantastic!

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