Monday, September 14, 2015

September New Release Giveaway Hop 2015

 
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Any book published in September 2015 could be yours.  Well, any book up to $16 that is. You can get a print book from The Book Depository OR 1 ebook via Amazon or B&N.
Fiction, nonfiction, Y.A, Adult, childrens, graphic novels...you name it, you can pick it!  It is not limited to the image about although there are some great titles there!

Giveaway is International as long as The Book Depository can ship to you or you pick an ebook.   
If this giveaway reaches at least 2000 entry points, I will draw two winners!


Be sure to read my rules page for giveaway details!!!  Be sure answer all parts of the comment for your first entry to count!  For comments- be sure they are meaningful and complete!!
 
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96 comments:

  1. I was hesitant to read The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco. I thought it wouldn't be a good horror book. But I was wrong and I'm glad that I gave it a chance. It was everything that I wanted from a Japanese-inspired horror story. It respected the culture and it's ending had that uncertainty on whether or not the situation was resolved completely.

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  2. I read the first two books of Devon Monk's Immortals series this summer and really enjoyed them. The 3rd one just came out and I haven't gotten it yet, but I'm looking forward to it! I love her world-building and characters. It is a fascinating alternate future-world set-up where technology has mostly failed and certain kinds of magic work, especially in the health field. I recommend this series, especially if you enjoyed her "Magic" books, which I did.

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  3. The Girl Who Wasn't There by Ferdinand von Schirach has been my favorite book I have read so far this summer. This is an effective riddle of a novel. Details accumulate, tensions build and misdirection abounds, while Anthea Bell’s crisp translation accentuates von Schirach’s cool, pointillist prose.

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  4. I've read Breakable by Tammara Webber and I really enjoyed it. I have read before Easy but it wasn't the same. I learned so much about Lucas that it made me like him so much more than before. This novel has everything I need in a book, strong characters, lots of love, sacrifice, true friendship, family.

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  5. I think Illuminae has been one of my favourite books this summer; I'm sure you've heard of it :) thanks for the giveaway

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  6. I have loved S by JJ Abrams. It is a book with notes written in the margins and inserts, really cool.

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  7. I think it was The Wrath and the Dawn! Do I really need to say anything else about it?? It's just flawless. :)

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  8. I think it was The Wrath and the Dawn! Do I really need to say anything else about it?? It's just flawless. :)

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  9. Hmm.. I think it would be Walk on Earth a Stranger! I love the Gold Rush-era setting and the growth the protagonist goes through :)

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  10. Well I can't really pick a favorite book but this summer I went on a Kristen Ashley reading binge and I read most of her series. It was an amazing experience! I loved each and every one of them and I had so much fun reading them! If I win I'm definitely getting Hold On (Burg #6) by KA

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  11. My favorite read this summer was probably Forever Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid. It's about a young woman who is widowed shortly after she marries. It was such an emotional read, the relationships between the characters felt really authentic, and even though it's sad subject matter, there were moments of humor, and moments where it was quite uplifting.

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  12. I absolutly love Queen of Shadows. As I'm sure you know, it's the fourth book in Sarah J. Maas' Throne of Glass series and it was FANTASTIC!! Have you read it?
    Rafflecopter name: Chickens Gal

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  13. Whoops, I meant, Rafflecopter name: Megan S.

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  14. Whoops, I meant, Rafflecopter name: Megan S.

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  15. Thanks for the giveaway! My favorite book this summer would be No Where but Here by Katie McGarry because it is about a cute guy on a motorcycle and the girl in the book finds out all these secrets about her family. ;)

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  16. Definitely #Selfie by Cambria Hebert. It's the fourth book in the Hashtag series and is absolutely amazing. The entire series (and, honestly, all of cambria's books) is awesome.

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  17. I think What We Saw, Curse of the Sphinx and The Felix Chronicles: Freshman were my three favorite books of the summer! They were pretty good!

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  18. I read Me Earl and the Dying Girl this summer. I was surprised at how much bad language there was (!), but enjoyed the story in the end and how it wasn't just a knock off John Green.

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  19. I liked nineteen minutes by Jodi picket natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  20. I read so many amazing books this summer my top reads were: Souls Unfractured by Tillie Cole, The Paper Swan by Leylah Attar, Tyrant by TM Frazier, Drowning to Breathe by AL Jackson and Beneath Blood and Bone by Madeline Sheehan and Claire C. Riley

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  21. I hardly read in the summer. I read all winter, when it's so cold outside. I did read "The Summer Girls". A story set in Charleston, SC, where I have lived all my life, and still do.

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  22. Air Awakens by Elise Kova has to be my favorite - It has similarities Avatar the Last Airbender, but it's more magical, and it definitely has a more mature vibe to it. Also, no-insta romance, which is a plus for me. I definitely recommend it.

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  23. My favorite SERIES this summer has been the Grisha Trilogy. I finally picked it up and me, the slow reader, devoured the first book in one day alone. In the second book my favorite character of ALL TIME EVER TO BE CREATED WAS INTRODUCED! The end of the third book wrapped the series up nicely and left me with chills and a deep sense of respect for the author. I never knew I could fall in love with a book series but i DID

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  24. i think my favorite this summer has to be reawakened by Coleen Houck. i wasn't really expecting much, so when i ended up loving it, it was such an awesome surprise. It was all to do with the main male character. I've also just finished brigid kemmerer's elemental series and really enjoyed it. the last book wasn't my favorite, but i thoroughly loved the world and the characters.

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  25. Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Benett and Mosquitoland by David Arnold has been favorite all this summer :)

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  26. Def Juliet by Anne Fortier! It's how the curse place on the houses of Montague and Capule's was real and the modern decedents are trying to break the curse. It was really beautiful and well written!
    Mary G Loki

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  27. I've had several books I've loved this summer. I think I'm going to name the whole Heartland Trilogy by Chuck Wendig. It was a well written young adult dystopian series. And all the characters were very complex, that was my favorite part. Even minor characters had their reasons and such.

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  28. My new favourite is Karou's story. Laini Taylor: Daughter of Smoke and Bone - okay, it's not a new release book, but it's fantastiy! Karou is a 17 years old Prague art student, who has a secret life with chimeras.

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  29. Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino. It was absolutely beautiful. Such a great love story!

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  30. Burned by Karen Marie Moning. Not YA but so, so good. :D

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  31. i think it was written in red by anne Bishops. I really loved teh universe with a lot of paranormal creatures from all kind and some very typical one, i loved how teh romance wasn't the essential and the relation between teh heroine and the pup was too cute too resist as well has her relation with the raven was more than funny

    i'm glad to have gotten book 2 and i want book 3 without delay ( but must wait-_-)

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  32. Samantha Ellis's HOW TO BE A HEROINE is really inspiring to book lovers (especially women): she's so well-versed in every kind of book, and discusses her favorite heroines and how they've influenced her life!

    --Trix

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  33. My favorite book this summer is Uninvited by Sophie Jordan , it was a book about a teenage girl who is obstracized when her genetic test proves that she is destined to be a murderer

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  34. My favorite book this summer was MAYBE SOMEDAY by Colleen Hoover, followed by ME BEFORE YOU by Jojo Moyes!

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  35. Probably The Dark Elements Trilogy by Jennifer L Armentrout. It's about Layla who is half demon half gargoyle. Then there are two pretty swoony boys Zayne which is a gargoyle and Roth who is a demon( I loved Roth).

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  36. Oh man I have read so many great books I think the one I really really liked was Between the Notes. I am not a huge fan of contemporary but I loved this book so much! It was so amazingly cute and I just loved every second. I really need to buy this lol.

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  37. Revved by Samantha Towle - it was really, really good!

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  38. I loved The Weight of Feathers by Anna-Marie McLemore.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  39. I´ve read Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I like retelling stories and this one was really good!

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  40. Boy's Life by Robert McCammon. This book was amazing and is now one of my all time faves.

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  41. I loved Life in Outer Space by Melissa Keil. It's about this movie nerd that doesn't like change or new people coming into his life--he's actually very suspicious of people in general--and he just wants to leave to college and start his life somewhere no one knows him and he won't get bullied.... until this new girl transfers to his school and she's beautiful and sweet and popular and he can't believe she wants to hang out with him and his group of friends. I loved this book because it's hilarious, I liked every single major character, and I especially loved how Sam, the protagonist, slowly, very slowly, lets this girl in is life and how she helps him accept new things and enjoy life a little bit. It's a really good book. :)

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  42. I just finished The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman. It isn't a new release, but I wanted to read it ;) It's main character is an older man that goes back to his hometown for a funeral, goes exploring to see his old house, then the story of what happened to him as a child begins. What does happen is set by neighbors that aren't humans, but appear to be. It goes without saying that there are alot of things that aren't what they appear to be, in the story :) I enjoyed reading it although some might not like the genre. Supernatural, fantasy? not sure what it falls under.

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  43. I liked Queen of Hearts by Rhys Bowen. It's part of a historical fiction mystery series.

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  44. I loved Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between

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  45. I finally read Code Name Verity, and I'm so glad that I finally was brave enough to dive in! My heart is nicely eviscerated :)

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  46. I really enjoyed the Penryn & The End Of Days trilogy by Susan Ee, the first one being Angelfall. It's a dystopian, post-apocalyptic story about angels that cause destruction.

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  47. My favorite book that I've read this summer is Nalini Singh's Shards of Hope. This is the story of Aiden, who is the leader of the Arrows, and Zaira. While they are both Psi, we also see some o the Changlings in the story.

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  48. I just recently read Simon and the Homosapiens Agenda. I seriously fell in love with it. The representation of a teen relationship was so accurate and it seriously gave me the sqee's.

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  49. I really loved Emmy&Oliver by Robin Benway. It was such a gripping story and I found all the characters to be very well-rounded and each got a very different voice. I also loved that there were 2 sets of very present parents in this book - which in YA novels these days is a rare thing considering almost all the books have either dead parents, absentee parents, divorced parents or parents that just don't care about their kids. and with this book it was a breath of fresh air :)

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  50. I read Golden Boy, its the story about an intersex teenager and its told from multiple POV. It was a very interesting and heartbreaking introduction to intersexuality and I really enjoyed it. Its definitely underrated, I hope more people pick it up. Thank you.

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  51. Throne of Glass has been my fave! It reads like an action movie! And I'm so excited that Queen of Shadows is out this month!

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  52. abrennan09@hotmail.com
    I spent my summer moments reading "Love Revolution" by Joyce Meyer.

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  53. I've just finished reading Everything Everything and I loved every every minute of it!!!
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  54. My favourite book this summer has been Les Fiancés de l'Hiver by Christelle Dabos (she's a French author). It's a fantasy book where the world has been split into islands that can only be reached by flying. A girl who can read the history of objects with her hands is engaged by her family to a man from another island, she follows him back there and tries to figure out why his family wanted him to marry her, and finds herself in the midst of dangerous political intrigues. It's a great book, and the cover is very beautiful!

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  55. The Wicked Wallflower by Maya Rodale. It's an adult Historical Romance book. It's about a girl who gets a bit too tipsy with her friends and they come up with a plan to announce her engagement to one of the most eligible man in town. It started off as a joke but somehow their joke ended up published in the newspaper. The man finds out and instead of calling her out for it, he decides to play along with the fake engagement and pretty much forces the girl into playing along with it too.

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  56. The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint Exupery this may sound off but I have never read this book at all but heard of it many times. Over the summer I saw a movie coming out base on the book so I thought it was time to read it. Once I did I fell madly in love that I want my first tattoo of quote from the book and the french edition.

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  57. A darker shade of magic by V.E. Schwab. Its about four different Londons existing in different dimensions and a magician named Kell who can move between the worlds. Still reading it now and am loving it so far.

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  58. So hard to pick just one. 2015 has seen some amazing releases, but 'An Ember in the Ashes' was an instant favourite. 'The Accident Season' was also really wonderful!

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  59. I'm re-reading C.C. Benison's Her Majesty Investigates series. It's about housemaid Jane Bee who investigates on Her Majesty's behalf. There are only three books. I wish Mr Benison would continue the series.

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  60. My favorites so far has been Dorothy Must Die and Dangerous Girls. They were both fun to read and had me anxious to know what happens next.

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  61. I'm currently reading The Shores of Spain by J. Kathleen Cheney. I am really enjoying it. It is definitely one of my favorite books this summer!

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  62. The Scorpion Rules by Erin Bow.
    It's a dystopian novel about a future world ruled by an AI, where children of world leaders are held hostage to deter any country from going to war.

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  63. My favorite this summer, or winter as we call it here XD, was Confessions of an Ugly Step-Sister by Gregory Maguire, the guy who wrote Wicked. I loved that book. He has a new book coming out this Fall, 'After Alice' which I'm really excited about.

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  64. oh gosh - there are so many. I think my favorite is probably Mistress of Tall Acre by Laura Frantz. Maybe. Did I mention that are so many? lol

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  65. Reawakened by Colleen Houck. It's about Egyptian Princes and a race against time to dispel evil. Romance. Heart Break. Action.

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  66. One of my favorite reads lately has been Seraphina by Rachel Hartman. Its a YA fantasy series that has an unique take on dragons and has wonderful world building!

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  67. I loved Heart of Betrayal by Mary E Pearson, Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Mass. Both books were very strong sequels and the characters showed lots of development!

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  68. I just finished reading Aflame by Penelope Douglas and loved it just as much as the other books in the series.

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  69. My favorite book this summer was Friends without benefits by Marci Boudreaux because after a marriage ends this couple did not rush into a new relationship with benefits but waited until they had both worked through their issues before engaging again in romance.

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  70. Wow, picking a favorite from this Summer would be really hard. I recently read 5 volumes of the *Love Stage!!* BL manga, and absolutely loved it. I flew right through that, and would love to read more.

    https://www.goodreads.com/series/87913-love-stage

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  71. My favorite book so far has been A Book of Spirits and Thieves by Morgan Rhodes, it's a spin-off from her Falling Kingdoms series but just as magical and exciting as those books!

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  72. P.S. I Still Love You! It was suck a sweet story. I love the characters and plot. Plus, the story gave me a huge sweet tooth!

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  73. One of my favorite reads lately has been The Lunar Chronicles series by Marissa Meyer, which is one of the best retelling I've ever read and I can't wait to read the last book of this series. Thanks for the giveaway! (Valentina B. -on the raffle)

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  74. I've read so many books this summer it's hard to choose. The Wrath and the Dawn was one of my favorites. I loved the writing so much! :)

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  75. This summer, I enjoyed the first 3 books in MR Forbes's Ghosts & Magic series. It's urban fantasy type stuff with a necromancer, ogres, etc. Fast paced, fun, lots of action.

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  76. I loved An Ember in the Ashes - the characters and the storyline and Sabaa Tahir's writing had me hooked. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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  77. My favorite read this summer was The Hero of Ages (Mistborn, #3). It was just everything. But since it's the third book in the trilogy, there's not a whole lot I can say about it. It just wrapped everything up so well and then blew my mind at the very end. So good.

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  78. A Life Too Short: The Tragedy of Robert Enke


    it's probably the most serious book i ever had in my pile of "to read book's"
    it's a very strong impact to read all the stuff that happened to that man...and people whit depression in general!!

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  79. It's not really summer here, but in MY summer, I got hooked on The Lunar Chronicles!

    Daniela T.

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  80. The Bronze Horseman - such a great picture of life in Leningrad during WWII.

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  81. I loved The True Story of Hansel and Gretel by Louise Murphy. It was Hansel and Gretel (of course) in a WWII setting. It was amazing, in my opinion.

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  82. I had a bit of an unlucky summer, not really loving anything I read. But I did REALLY like All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. It wasn't my type of book, but I still ended up adoring it.

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  83. Until this summer I read The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare and it was AMAZING! Team Herondale. Forever!

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  84. I've been reading Big Little Lies and enjoying it but haven't had a lot of reading time lately.
    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  85. I just read a book called Blessings, it is older but it was good. It was about a man who found a baby on his doorstep

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  86. Vicious by V E Schwab. It's about people with superpowers but it's really different from other books I've seen with that theme. There are no actual heroes in the story and that's what I liked the most.

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  87. Deathbird Stories by Harlan Ellison - it is an exceptional collection of uncanny tales that deliver mixed feelings of awsome and awful. Humans turned gods and humanly gods, these stories deliver real and unreal monsters with mixed feeligs.

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  88. This Summer I binge-read Seanan McGuire's October Daye series -- the world-building, characters and stories are fantastic.

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  89. I read Cinder by Marissa Meyer for the first time this summer and loved it. I'm a big fan of fairy tale retellings and this futuristic one with a cyborg Cinderella was so fun to read.

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  90. This summer I read The Powdermage Trilogy by Brian McClellan, and I absolutely loved it! It is a flintlock fantasy, and has a cast full of characters that are truly enthralling. I definitely would not recommend it to anyone that does not enjoy a good battle scene though... all three books include detailed battles.

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  91. My favorite read was Lori Foster's When You Dare, the first book in her Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor series. It's about Dare, a PI, who saves a friend's sister from kidnappers and ends up rescuing our heroine, Molly, as well. He then teams up with her to find out who would want to do her harm and they fall in love with all this action and danger surrounding them. Loved it so much!

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  92. I read a lot of great books this summer. The latest one I read and absolutely love is Exhibition by Nicolette Hugo

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  93. haven't read many, so no favs

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  94. So many amazing books this summer. I really enjoyed The Wrath and The Dawn, A Court of thorns and roses, Crown of Midnight, etc. so many great ones!!!

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